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Tampa Bay Fashion Week Radio will interview designers, models, photographers and fashion enthusiasts committed to increasing awareness about the Bay area's fashion scene! Tampa Bay's Fashion Week is an event that epitomizes the fashion scene in the Bay area with an annual event that celebrates the style that’s uniquely Tampa Bay’s very own. This event brings talented fashion and accessories designers to the Bay area to showcase their work for local and national retail buyers, boutique owners and consumers. In addition, local business partners, aspiring models and community members will have an opportunity to experience quality style and trendsetters in their own city, while providing all lovers of creativity a week of positive, high-fashion and artistic energy. Visit www.fashionweektampabay.com for more information.

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Ben Chmura is showcasing as a special showcase by Tampa Bay Fashion Week sponsor, Jay’s Fabric Center Presents Ben Chmura. After graduating in 2001, with a B.F.A. in Fashion Design from the Savannah College of Art and Design,... more

We'll be interviewing Michael Della Penna, who was involved passionately with World Hair Championships for over 25 years, showcasing his hair art, fashion and total looks. He has created excitement in many world venues such as Paris,... more

Sana Hassan has developed a unique style incorporating ancient Indian craftsmanship into contemporary fashion. Sana was born in Bangladesh, Bengali where she studied fashion design and worked with leading fashion designers in... more

FWTB Radio will talk with sponsor, FAVE (Female Audio Visual Executives) and 2009 featured fashion designer, Rhonda Shear. FAVE is an organization that aims to encourage young women to go into the AV field as a career, to offer them... more

The "B" List represents a brand of noveltees with social messages for today's individual. They advocate for those who wear their clothing to focus on individualism, versus being a distorted representation of pop culture's... more

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