About the event
Mina Binebine will be taking you 6,019 miles away to North Africa, with belly dancers, moroccan decorations, Henna artist, music and a red carpet.
Premiering 18 new pieces during the fashion show, she will be showcasing garment that she personally contrived using hand beaded fabrics, 3D textiles and rare cloths from Morocco.
The night of the show she will also be hosting a pop up store, in which 15% of the sales will be given to Ali Zaoua Foundation a charity that helps kids education in Morocco, a cause she hold deeply in her heart.
This event will be hosting a full coverage of media, such as, magazines from all around the world, blogs and news papers, as well as premium guests including A listers, trendsetters, influencers, and talents.
Why should you sponsor?
Expand or consolidate your existing customers, access a new target market, and increase your brand visibility this is your opportunity. The red carpet and fashion show will have full coverage of media such as social medias, magazines, blogs, news paper, and public relations.
In a era of social media, Instagram, Snapchat , Twitter and Facebook are valuable tools for brand awaness.
Our fashion show in numbers: Among our 36 models and staff team we are offering you 200,000+ followers on social media.
Mina Binebine is a French-Moroccan fashion designer based in Los Angeles. Born in New York and raised between Paris and Marrakech.
Fashion caught her attention at a young age. Not even 6 years old, Mina was already cutting curtains and all the new dresses her mom would get her. Leading up to her prom night, she designed and created her very own custom dress. Nothing could compare to the feeling she obtained when people complimented what she created by hand, heart and mind. It confirmed what she already knew: she wanted to become a fashion designer.
After graduating from High School, and without knowing or speaking any word of English she moved to California to pursue her passion- Fashion.
Meanwhile working as a Creative Director for a haut de couture lingerie company, she graduated from FIDM, the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandizing in 2018. This is when she founded “MINA BINEBINE" a high quality, prêt à porter moroccan inspired fashion brand.
In the short time the label has been founded Mina, has created a website and an identity for herself, which led her to approach customers from the US all they way to her home country, Morocco.
Contact the Organizer
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