June 26, 2015 was a day of big events. Not only did the Supreme Court vote yes to legalizing gay marriage in all 50 states, but it was also the last day of the NYC Rainbow Fashion Week. The last show to wrap up the week of events was the Rainbow Fashion Week: Red Carpet Divas & Dons Fashion Show, produced by Brownie Marie.
The show’s theme, “Trading Places,” allowed everyone from bloggers to professionals in the fashion, film, entertainment, and technology industries to serve as the models for the fun and creativity filled evening.
Lori Diamond Art designs were showcased throughout the evening and were worn on the models as leggings, shirts, and accessories.
A portion of the proceeds from the show were donated to Bridgilance−a charitable organization whose 2015 goal is to increase the number of minority bone marrow donors.
It’s a few months later and Brownie is still rocking her Lori Diamond Art designs. As seen in the photo above, Brownie is rocking her ‘Spirit of Independence‘ leggings in black. From runway to everyday, Lori Diamond Art can be worn anytime and anywhere.
Since our last talk with Brownie, she has continued her love of writing for AXS and Examiner.com. She has also been dabbling with video editing in addition to her travels throughout the summer.