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Sun, Mar 31 2019

POISE Presents Lucidity Fashion Show,

Detroit, Michigan, United States Detroit, Michigan, United States

  • About the event

    The Poise spring 19 fashion show will take place Sunday March 31, 2019. With a projected attendance of more than 300 students, influencers, and civilians, the fashion show will highlight emerging and seasoned Detroit fashion designers.
    Offering a safe space for freedom of expression, POISE realized a need for connection between WSU students and the communities they come from. This year, POISE has dedicated its philanthropic efforts to supporting Roots Strong to increasing access to the necessary resources for their
    success and development.
    Through mentorship programs, the arts, establishing libraries, and computer labs, we are able to best impact the lives of youth. Our emphasis on sustainability, increasing access to resources, arts, and education is key to cultivating generations of global leaders and innovators.

     

    Why should you sponsor?

    This years Spring Fashion Show will be dedicated to Roots Strong. Our group of talent students will be giving back to other students in need. Roots Strong wants to help Grateful Hill Primary of Jamaica with a mission and purpose: to aid in revitalizing, remodeling, and resourcing the school and its students with the necessary tools to further promote their education. Our primary goal is to establish a library and computer labs for both the infant and upper level grades to ensure that present and future students are able to have direct access to technology and books to improve literacy and expand their imagination of the spaces that they imagine themselves in.


    Arnell Kinney

    POISE is a student organization created to
    promote free self-expression amongst students
    and support the Wayne State community and
    surrounding areas.
    Utilizing the arts, it partners with other organizations
    to give back to people in need. POISE addresses
    modern-day social issues with a holistic
    approach that encourages diversity and inclusion.
    Through positive body imagery and messaging,
    equal opportunity and education initiatives,
    and the fostering of collective campus
    culture it challenges the drivers that inhibit individuals
    from feeling empowered to be themselves.

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  • 251-500 attendees expected


    50% Male Attendees


    50% Female Attendees

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