Garden of Elements fashion show debuts in Shreveport, Aug. 21

“Garden of Elements” fashion show designers were tasked to present collections themed around the four elements of nature: earth, air, fire, water, and the accent theme, time. Each piece will showcase the designers’ interpretation of the theme and essence of the elements, showcased by the runway models.

The original fashions created by regional designers will be showcased in a fashion show this month. 

ALH Modeling, LLC will host its inaugural fashion show, “Garden of Elements” from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Aug. 21 at the Asian Gardens, located at 800 Texas Ave. in downtown Shreveport.

The evening will begin with a cocktail hour leading into the preshow presentation then the fashion show. 

“Garden of Elements” designers are Tiffany Wright Designs, Little Fashion Guy (Dallas, Texas), Make it Nasty LLC (Arlington, Texas), Javan Hidaka (Arlington, Texas), Jaylon Richard (Shreveport), Michael Anthony (Minden), Dadrian Ruiz (Dallas, Texas) and V. Lynn Creations (Gary, Indiana).

Stylist Dexter James (Dallas, TX) will showcase a collection inspired by "time" in the "Garden of Elements" on Aug. 21 in the Asian Gardens in Shreveport.

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ALH Modeling, LLC is a modeling agency based in Shreveport. The organizers are inviting the public and industry professionals in beauty, art, and fashion to attend.

Fashion designer Javan Davis's (Dallas, TX,) fire element collection will be featured in the Garden of Elements fashion show on Aug. 21 in the Asian Gardens in Shreveport.

“We wanted to do something huge enough to expand the recognition of our city,” said ALH Model owner, Adreana Harvey. “What’s great enough to make people travel for entertainment, (an) amazing fashion show. We put so much planning and purpose into that we believe locals and travelers will be wowed.”

The event tickets are $15 for General, $30 for Premier VIP, and $60 for Grand VIP admission.

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