The Divine Legacy: Colors Of Fashion - A One Of A Kind Greek Fashion Show

Arlington, VA

(BlackNews.com) - A new fashion show is on the rise to showcase the magnificent Divine 9, the nine black Greek letter organizations. This production, entitled The Divine Legacy: Colors of Fashion, is not your ordinary fashion show, it is a show with a twist!

Models will represent their Greek organizations and will rip the runway through music, dance, color and fashion. This is a new way for all black Greeks to come together in a positive way.

The show will allow the audience to engage in the legacy, historical achievements, and striking impact that the Divine 9 has had in Black America for decades.

Members of the Divine 9 are known for their acts of serving mankind, so this is a perfect opportunity for Greeks to collectively give back to the community, as a portion of the shows proceeds will be given to a charitable cause. This event is all about Unity and Empowerment.

Greeks from all over the country will reunite at this event to network, fellowship, and show support to their Sorors or Frat brothers.

The show is produced and directed by Howard University graduate, Raiquel Cole. She is a proud member of Alpha Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. There will be singing acts, dance routines, a step team performance, as well as other surprises. This is a show for all people of all ages to enjoy, comments Cole.

The first annual fashion show and luncheon will be held on Saturday, July 23, 2005 in Peachtree City (Atlanta), GA as a segment of The Empowerment Network conference (www.tenpower.com), a conference that was created to instill empowerment to all African American organizations.

All black Greeks are invited to participate in the show as models, dancers, singers and as featured fashion designers. Visit the fashion show website at www.geocities.com/tenfashionshow2005 or email tenfashionshow2005@yahoo.com for more information.

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