We are delighted to have Nikki Blaine and Coco Cuffie produce this year’s WES Fashion Show. They have created a breathtaking experience that with inspire and delight based on our keynote, Iyanla Vanzant’s journey.
WES MODEL CALLS:
Monday, April 6th from 6pm to 8pm Circle City Industrial Complex 1125 Brookside Ave. C-7C Indianapolis, IN 46201
Sunday, April 12th from 1pm to 3pm Circle City Industrial Complex 1125 Brookside Ave. C-7C Indianapolis, IN 46201
Female and Male Models needed
At least 2 inch heels
Hair in updo
Little to no make up
Join us Saturday, May 2nd at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum for the Women’s Empowerment Series 2015 from 10am – 7pm with Keynote Iyanla Vanzant and many more. Plus workshops, seminars, panels shopping and entertainment.
SPECIAL GROUP DISCOUNT: Purchase four or more tickets and receive five dollars off each ticket!
Click HERE to purchase your tickets. Also available at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum Box office or call ticketmaster at 800-745-3000.
More on Coco Cuffie
CoCo is master stylist and owner and operator of The Master Closet Style. She has been in the hair industry for over 20 year. CoCo wears many hats…including wardrobe consultant, boutique owner, co radio show host, entrepreneur, fashion show coordinator, and fashion guru. She is one of the most highly sought-out fashion experts in the Mid-West.
More on Nikki Blaine
An Indianapolis, Indiana native born with an anointed talent to design and construct beautiful garments. Her creativity was first acknowledged while in high school, from hosting fashion shows along with winning the Shades of Elegance Youth Designer of the Year Award and the People’s Choice Award in 1991. It was obvious what Nikki Blaine’s destiny would be.
After high school, Nikki received an athletic scholarship to attend Indiana Institute of Technology were she received several business degrees including her MBA. Still devoted to her passion, she continued working on her fashion designs and traveled from New York to the United Kingdom seeking inspiration for her design aesthetics.
On the quest of branding Nikki Blaine Couture, Nikki has continued her education by obtaining a degree in Visual Communications/Digital Design from AIU. In 2009, marked a historical moment for Nikki Blaine Couture, Nikki dressed Cheryl Fisher one of Barack Obama’s VIP for the Neighborhood Inaugural Ball. She was also recognized as one of the elitist amongst the African-American community being nominated in the Who’s Who in Black Indianapolis. In 2008, Nikki won the Cultural Regalia Competition at the Indianapolis Garfield Park Art Center. In 2005, she won the Indianapolis Black Expo Designer Competition. Outside of working with clients and organizations, Nikki has a strong passion for giving back to the community by hosting and being a part of charitable events.
Nikki Blaine Couture offers the “Glam Chic” style for any size woman that has the agent provocateur to bring the look to life. The “Glam Chic” term was coined by Nikki Blaine to describe the higher-end quality of the fabrics along with the functionality of the garment. Nikki Blaine Couture has dressed the following Hollywood celebrities: Niecy Nash, Brittany Flickinger, Tess Broussard, Jennia Fredrique and Loretta Devine. Will you be next?
Model Call: For Women’s Empowerment Series Fashion Show with Nikki Blaine and Coco Cuffie was originally published on tlcnaptown.com