Harlem’s Fashion Row and Gap Partners Creating a Playbook in Fashion


Harlem’s Fashion Row and Gap Partners Creating a Playbook in Fashion

By: ZaNaria Bowens
July 16th, 2021

Harlem Fashion Row and Gap have partnered together, giving upcoming fashion designers and brands access to a fashion playbook. The Fashion playbook gives an insight into the real day-to-day fashion industry. Providing this type of access to aspiring creators boosts offering resources and tools presented at your fingertips.

As a sneak peek list of plays inside the Fashion Playbook, you can expect to learn from designers at big brands, editorials for magazines, professional photographers, writers and stylist. Each creator listed in the Playbook invites you into the journey they took. In the realm of the fashion world, several contributors explain brand campaigns roll outs, and coverage in media. Over 10 professionals leading in the fashion industry really hands out cheat codes. To sum up, you can connect with people of the same mind via Linked in.

Your goals and dreams of becoming what you want to be are here!

The key to the playbook is describing if you are a high school or college student or at the beginning of your career. Reaching out to creators can be your breakthrough. The Harlem Fashion Row elite program connects brands directly. Serving as a navigator for future opportunities, programs, and employment.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CRG27W6F-Rd/?utm_medium=copy_linkFashion Play Book Partnered by Harlem Fashion Row X Gap


Previously Harlem’s Fashion Row & Gap announced “Closing the Gap winners,” a scholarship offered to assist financial assistance for students of color at HBCUs. The program’s drive to provide additional resources to upcoming fashion designers. The previously presented scholarship would be awarded in the amount of 170,000 total to North Carolina Central and North Carolina A&T, Delaware State University, Howard University, Bowie State University, The University of East Maryland Shore, Tennessee State, University of Arkansas Pine Bluff Clark Atlanta University and Norfolk State University (Braun Jennifer Fashion Network).

 Closing The Gap X Harlem Fashion Row via Gap Instagram


For black creatives looking to get off the ground in fashion, styling, editorial, marketing, and media this is for you. Connect with the very same individuals who worked very hard, searched, asked, and knocked for their position in the industry. Follow the playbook on Instagram for updates @harlemfashionrow @gap

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