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Naeemah Johnson, founder and sponsor of the “Celebrities for Charity Beauty and Fashion Show” Shows Philly has Style and Heart


Naeemah Johnson, founder and sponsor of the “Celebrities for Charity Beauty and Fashion Show” Shows Philly has Style and Heart

Punchline and Anthony Henderson

Oh, how I love Philly! On September 3rd, Naeemah Johnson held a charitable event in which she helped children with back-to-school supplies, fun activities and pizza. Over 100 supplies were distributed and the children enjoyed themselves immensely. This was all made possible with the event Naeemah had on Thursday, September 1st which she held her first Celebrities for Charity Beauty and Fashion Show in conjunction with 17 Days of Fashion. Indiqué Hair, FSL Cosmetics, Divine Influence PR, and Celebrity Magazine were all in attendance at the chic Club Whispers in Philadelphia.

Celebrities such as Queen B of the Hair Battle Spectacular (Oxygen Network), Kharisma Mcilwaine, (CW Philly correspondent,) 17 Days of Fashion co-founder/celebrity stylist, Anthony Henderson, Ty’ron Perrin of the Marquette Collection, celebrity stylist, Giovanni Styles, Tye Grays of Featherlicious247, Urban Xpressions, Tweety Elitou of Young, Hip, and Chic, Casamera Reavis all were in support of the of Naeemah Johnson and her efforts of giving back to the children of Philadelphia.

Let’s talk about the Swag Bags! You know I love swag bags and this event treated everyone like a diva with the latest issue of Juicy Magazine, Milani Cosmetics, Pop Chips, fans by Asian Ideas, and Yagolicious gift cards.

The runway show featured thedesigns of Walish Gooshe, Lung Pearl, Eye Rock Art, Punch Line, Vamp Boutique, and the Marquette Collection.

“I am so proud of Naeemah and the people of Philly for stepping up and helping our kids,” Jazmine Sullivan said. “It always feels good to give but it feels even better to help our own! I couldn’t make it there because of a prior engagement, but I heard the turn out was wonderful! Hopefully this will be the beginning of many more!”

“It is important as artists that we support our future generation however we can,” Charli Baltimore said. “It’s great when people like Naeemah Johnson use their celebrity to organize such a positive event to promote education.”

Even though Jazmine Sullivan and Charli Baltimore weren’t able to physically attend they both praised the philanthropic efforts of Naeemah Johnson.

Giovanni Thompson

Naeemah Johnson getting her runway on

Photo credit to Larry Wright


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