FROM CLOTHING TO CHILDREN
K.I.D.S. and Bold.Talent.Aiding.Charities. partnered together on August 9th for the first donation event and distributed clothing to the children of Graham Windham from the hands of both organizations!
We are thrilled to announce that, with the match of K.I.D.S., the B.T.A.C. fashion show culminated in FIFTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS toward the clothing of underprivileged children.
Edgar Trinidad, Communications Consultant for K.I.D.S., attended the fashion show event and gave a speech highlighting the children receiving the donation, the work of K.I.D.S. as a whole, and their thankfulness to B.T.A.C. for its dedication to excellence in fashion and charity.
THE DRESSING OF THE FASHION SHOW
Hallak Cleaners not only arrived to the event beforehand and steamed all the clothing for the show, but they also created a B.T.A.C. coupon for 30% off. These coupons were given to attending guests to enjoy in the future.
In addition to Hallak Cleaners, the fashion show would not have been possible without all the monetary donations of the other two of these three premier sponsors: Sydgan Corporation and Mayer Law Firm. The B.T.A.C. Team thanks all three premier sponsors from the deep depths of their closets and the very bottom of their hearts. VitaCoco and Baked By Melissa kept guests full as well as fashionable, as coconut drinks and cupcakes were in great supply.
B.T.A.C. GETS A MAKE-OVER
The website of Bold Talent (originally known Better Than A Cupcake) went under strict renovations following the fashion show, with hopes to create an inviting competition space for the fall fashion show and contest.
The Academy Collective and Why Hello John have partnered together to create a video telling the story of B.T.A.C., which will serve as a pitch to all of the major design schools in the city, drawing in more fashion design students as contestants. Founder Sydney Bellows plans to meet with administrators from Parsons, FIT, and Wood Tobe-Cobrun School with this video, gaining for B.T.A.C. a larger following, greater interest in the company and ultimately, a greater gift to future charities.
Incorporating even more college students, this time journalists,
Fox News utilized B.T.A.C. as work for their representatives from Fox News
Channel University, who featured a story on Founder Sydney Bellows and her dreams of building B.T.A.C. to benefit students and kids prior to the show. In addition, they brought a crew out to the fashion show, covering the event via broadcast. Watch it at foxnews.com/fncu
Also covering the event, Conscious Magazine, a sponsor of B.T.A.C., wrote an article analyzing the non-profit aspect of B.T.A.C.. Read it at consciousmagazine.co/btac/