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Real Housewives of Atlanta Cynthia Bailey, Rasheeda and Kirk Host the Hip Hop Weekly Style Experience at the Cobb Show of Atlanta

Hip Hop Weekly collaborated with the Cobb Show of Atlanta to present the Hip Hop Weekly (HHW) Style Experience; a fashionable evening dedicated to fusing hip hop and fashion. Hosted by Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Cynthia Bailey and Love and Hip Hop cast members Rasheeda and Kirk, The HHW Style Experience invited a host of fashion industry insiders including buyers, vendors, celebrities, tastemakers and more to give an exclusive sneak peek into next season’s streetwear looks.
Held at one of Atlanta’s premier venue, the Renaissance Waverly Hotel, the runway style show featured premier brands from the Cobb Show of Atlanta including Buffalo (men and women), Pelle Pelle, Isaac B, Affliction (men and women), Roar, Darring, Chemical Baby, Lionhart, Fourfront 1602, Cupcake Mafia and YUMS.
Notable guests in attendance included reality TV stars Peter Thomas and Cynthia Bailey of RHOA, Quad Webb of Married to Medicine, Love and Hip Hop’s Erica Dixon, Kirk, Rasheeda, and Shay Buckey Johnson; Q. Parker formerly of 112, Big Rich Atlanta stars Sharlinda Rowe, Sabrina Parker-Rowe and Kahdijah Rowe, hip hop artists Cash Out and Lil Nuke, super producer Don Vito, comedian Rodney Perry, actors Jamal Woolard of Notorious, Chris Williams of New Jack City and Demetria McKinney of Tyler Perry’s House of Payne. Fashion insiders including stylists Middleman Fresh, Renaldo Nehemiah, and celebrity hair guru Ming Lee also came out to support Hip Hop Weekly and the Cobb Show of Atlanta, while previewing the newest street wear collections.
“We were very pleased with tonight’s turnout,” states Hip Hop Weekly co-founder Dave Mays. He continues, “Hip Hop Weekly loves the Cobb Show of Atlanta and everything they have been doing for the streetwear brands for years and we are excited that we could partner with them. Our goal was to not only create an ultimate experience, but to connect Atlanta’s progressive fashion industry.”
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