STARS AND CELEBRITY TAKE OVER THE RUNWAY DURING FASHION WEEK
"Designers from Latin America and around the world that have used the fashion week as a dressmaker platform to show the world their most recent designs are coming together to provide a voice to create an unprecedented event to fight Human Trafficking and Sexual Slavery of women and underage girls," said Sobeidy Vidal, founder of Latin Fashion Week.
Most people believe that Human Trafficking "Trata" is a third-world country issue, but that is not true; this is happening in our own homes. Miami is the third state with the list of Human Trafficking, followed by New York and California. Making 60% percent of female victims followed by males, 40 % of the victims.
The purpose of the event, along with the Luzs Foundation, is to use the fashion industry vehicle to empower women and reduce the domestic violence and sexual slavery of young girls and women. Your brand will join the mission of several national organizations such as the White House and Home Land Security in the fight to end the sexual slavery of women and underage girls.
Sunday September 13
Venue: Midtown Loft & Terrace