The Social Justice & Activism in New York Fashion Week S/S 2017

It’s September, and another New York Fashion Week is upon us.  In the flurry of fashion shows, mixers, and after parties this time brings, you will find sprinkles of social justice, activism, and the protection of children’s rights … and that sprinkle is The Set NYC.  The mission of The Set NYC is to bring together artists, people for showcasing, networking, and helping make New York City better.  In fulfilling this mission during New York Fashion Week, over two nights, they are presenting: Fashion Week New York S/S 2017 in collaboration with the organization Freedom Ladder.  To create a safer world for children, this global non-profit is dedicated to making the world safe for children by educating them about the issues that are important to their lives using popular entertainment and inspiring them to live lives of courage, inspiration, and joy. 

If you want to contribute to creating a safer world for children and help end child trafficking, come out TONIGHT to the Holy Apostles Gallery from 6:00pm – 9:00pm, to see amazing fashion designer and artist exhibitions, as well as a fantastic runway show featuring designer Isabella Spataro and Song Ryoo.  FRJ will be there proudly supporting!