The Juneteenth Fashion Show Returns June 18th to Lexus Box Garden at Legacy Hall and Brings ‘Black Joy’

The second annual Juneteenth Fashion Show will return to the Lexus Box Garden at Legacy Hall at Legacy West in Plano on June 18, 2023 at 7PM. Last year’s fashion show brought in a record crowd of over 1500 guests. This year the event will return with the theme “Black Joy” — and will usher in a high energy, vibrant and soulfully joyful extravaganza presented and produced by Think Three Media. The historical event will be emceed by Venny Etienne (Project Runway Season 17 and award-winning fashion designer), and radio personality Lady Jade, and will feature an array of colorful designs and accessories hailing from 16 local designers (many award-winning) and brands, including:

  • Annia Louisa (Resortwear)
  • Pink Lucy
  • Greater Good Apparel
  • One Street Sales
  • The ASA Brand
  • House of Dasha
  • PHIT Clothing
  • TJL Collection
  • I LUV U BLK Family
  • Cedar Hill High School
“I am moved beyond words at the success of the last Juneteenth Show and thankful to Legacy West and Legacy Hall for their partnership in helping to bring my vision to life once again,” said Leah Frazier, CEO of Think Three Media. “This year’s theme of ‘Black Joy’ is sure to inspire the crowd to live more beautifully, boldly and joyfully. We are excited to introduce some surprise concepts, new designers, and a roster of creatives who artfully depict this year’s theme.”
The Juneteenth Fashion Show in 2022 made history, racking in over 1500 attendees throughout and surrounding Legacy Hall’s Lexus Box Garden. The experience was one of the highest attended fashion shows in the DFW metroplex. Local community leaders and fashion enthusiasts gathered at the runway from Julie McCullough (The Pin Show Founder, Veteran Fashion Designer), Dr. Catrina Pullum, Dallas Black Bloggers group, Kim Alexander, Celebrity Makeup Artist Erica Smith, Fashion Stylist Courtney Walker, Celebrity Model Anita HawkinsJames Thomas, and many others. Guests enjoyed food and beverages from Legacy Hall, while listening to the latest in Hip-Hop and R&B by DJ Dr. Mack.
“The show was spectacular! It was so inspiring to see the wealth of fashion talent and creativity right here in DFW,” said Stephenetta (Isis) Harmon, Owner of Mezai. “It was also a privilege to be there as a vendor and to introduce my accessories to such a fashionable audience. Everyone was welcoming, supportive, and ready to shop! You couldn’t ask for more.”
Doors to the fashion show will open at 6:30PM, and the show will begin at 7PM. Tickets are on sale now at Think Three Media thanks sponsors Legacy West and Legacy Hall, Comerica Bank and Toast for Charity.

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