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Campbell slated to speak at Camp iRock

Campbell slated to speak at Camp iRock

Written by Wendy Miya                                                                                                                                                                  &nbs

Musicians can mix it up at fashion week

Musicians can mix it up at fashion week

By: Darryl Wilkins Jr.

LRFW 5 youth fashion sketch design competition

LRFW 5 youth fashion sketch design competition

By Darryl Wilkins Jr.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Do you have what it takes to become the next winner of the Little Rock Fashion Week’s Youth Fashion Sketch Designer Competition? LRFW is accepting applications from students entering grades 1st through 12th for its annual Youth Fashion Sketch Design Competition. The competition will be split into three different categories ranging from children (1st-5th graders), juniors (6th-8th graders), and teens (9th-12th graders). Applications can be downloaded at www.LittleRockFashionWeek.com or requested by e-mailing info@littlerockfashionweek.com.

Models selected for fifth LRFW

Models selected for fifth LRFW

By Adeeja Anderson

Models of the fifth annual Little Rock Fashion Week have been selected. Male and female models of all ages and sizes traveled as far as Houston to Little Rock May 4 and May 5 to audition for a spot in the fastest growing fashion week in America.

On Sunday May 12, 2013, photos of the selected models were published at www.littlerockfashionweek.com/models.php. Ninety-five models were selected out of 456 for the fifth annual Little Rock Fashion Week (LRFW), which is July 15-20 in various locations in downtown Little Rock.

“I’m very excited for this year,” said Brandon D. Campbell, LRFW’s creator and executive producer. “We feature the best fresh face talent each year. I think that this could be the best group of models in our history. I look forward to working with them.”

LRFW 5 Model Search is this weekend!

LRFW 5 Model Search is this weekend!

By: Adeeja Anderson

Hopeful models are preparing this week for auditions of the fifth annual Little Rock Fashion Week (LRFW), a weeklong of high fashion, entertainment and network events scheduled in mid-July.

The model search will be held May 4 and May 5 at the Holiday Inn Presidential Hotel, located at 600 Interstate 30, Little Rock, Ark., 72202 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Male and female models of all ages and sizes are welcomed. They are required to wear a plain black t-shirt with no logos and wear jeans pants. Females need to bring high heel shoes, and no make-up and accessories are allowed. Models will be deducted points for not following instructions.

Results of models selected will be posted on www.littlerockfashionweek.com/models.php by May 13. If selected, models’ rehearsal is scheduled for June 2 and July 14 at Horace Mann Arts and Science Magnet School, located 1000 East Roosevelt Rd, Little Rock, Ark. 72206, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

UniverSoul Circus is coming to Little Rock May 8-12

UniverSoul Circus is coming to Little Rock May 8-12

2013 “MASH IT UP” TOUR

UniverSoul Circus has created a big top thrill-ride infused with an unparalleled global mix of circus artistry, music, dance and style – all inspired by reflections of today’s global culture. The 2013 edition of UniverSoul Circus the MASH IT UP tour – featuring seven beautiful bone-bending contortionists from Ethiopia, a dazzling ice skating act from right here in the USA, and a powerful pole act from Cuba – will be performing in Little Rock at the Arkansas State Fairgrounds May 8-12, 2013.

For the past five years, UniverSoul Circus has ranked in the top ten of Ticketmaster’s Top 25 which ranks the Top 25 Most Requested Family Events in the U.S. by fan-search requests and online event page views.

WHEN:          Wednesday, May 8 thru Sunday May 12, 2013

Campbell to speak at University of Iowa

Campbell to speak at University of Iowa

Little Rock, Ark – Brandon D. Campbell, the creator and executive producer of Little Rock Fashion Week, is the guest speaker at the University of Iowa School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Iowa City, IA. He’s appearing at the UI April 19th through 23rd.

“I’m greatly honored to be returning to Iowa to share my experiences.” says Campbell. “The University of Iowa provided so many resources for me in the early stages of my career. My experiences there taught me a lot about business, and I discovered who I am and what my passions were. I consider it be a dream come true to provide insight and my resources to students at my alma mater”