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Tillage introduces Fashion Camp to the Early Risers Kiwanis Group
Ann Tillage, Fashion Designer and director of the newly organized Fashion Camp, says she can never forget where she came from. “My grandmother, my sister and I made all of our clothes growing up. We couldn’t afford to go school shopping.” Tillage was guest speaker for the October 15, Baton Rouge Early Risers weekly meeting.
Day of Service
We were so honored to receive offical recognition of the National Day of Service by the City of Baton Rouge. Fashion Camp services the community to bring arts/educational awareness through sewing, designing, styling and more.
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Fashion Camp philosophy is simple: Give a girl a dress and you clothe her for a day. Teach a girl how to sew and she’ll be clothed for a lifetime. The enrichment course, held earlier this month in Baton Rouge, is the brainchild of fashion designer Ann Tillage, founder of SLA Collection and Sharmooz. Together with stylist Candra Eloise and several community volunteers, Tillage rallied together a group of 11-to-17-year-old girls from Louisiana’s most underserved communities. Through the generosity of donors such as LACare Louisina, AllBrands.com, and her local YMCA, Tillage was able to share her wisdom, experience, and passion with a new generation of aspiring fashion designers, merchandisers, and stylists.
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