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10th Annual Designers Choice Fashion Preview: A slideshow

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click to enlarge BRIAN CHILSON
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On Saturday evening, the Timmons Arts Foundation, "a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization who partners with school districts to provide musical instruments and art supplies to schools where art and music are absent, or limited, in their curriculum," joined forces with host Donna Terrell, celebrity designers Korto Momolu and Mychael Knight of Project Runway for the 10th Annual Designers Choice Fashion Preview at the Clear Channel Metroplex.

Featured designers included Amanda Morley, Bernice Osei-Danquah, Callie Rew, Edward Coleman, Heip (Jessi) Thai, Jerald Mitchell, Nichelle Terry, Rock City Kicks and Vogue Visage, and proceeds benefitted the Timmons Arts Foundation's 5-week summer arts camp for children in underserved communities, "Cultivating the Arts Youth Summer Camp." 


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