Philadelphia, PA - The DreamWalk Fashion Show, known as the "Anti" Victoria's Secret Fashion Show will be coming back to Philadelphia for its 2nd year. The country's exclusive body confidence fashion showcase, DreamWalk will showcase more than 60 models (regarded as Dreamers) coming from all around the nation, symbolizing a diversified, practical, and inclusive point of view, most notably amputees, cancer survivors and also LGTBQ advocates. The showcase is on Sunday, November 4, 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm EST at 2300 Arena in Philadelphia.
DreamWalk, The Anti Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, Returns to Philadelphia
A year ago, The DreamWalk Fashion Show achieved international exposure and reported in more than 30 countries. On social media, video recaps have gained more than 45 million impressions.
New York's Z100 @DJDramos is going to host the night, incorporating live music performances in Victoria's Secret show layout by @KickingSunrise, @ZachMatari with the @TheAfterParti and @Owlcappella. Philadelphia's Q102 radio host @mynameisraph is going to be available for a pre-show meet and greet.
This year will feature the first "Dreamer Award" presented in memory of Andrea Castilla, murdered in last year's Las Vegas shooting. The award is going to be accepted through Ms. Castilla's sibling, Athena Castilla. Andrea Castilla's ambition had been to create a more kindhearted world. As a make-up technician whose mom passed away from cancer, Andrea Castilla's goal had been to build an organization that provides people living with cancer the ability to receive makeup applications.
Over 70 % of women of all ages wish the mass media could depict a more diversified range of bodily appearance, age, race, shape as well as size in marketing and advertising, based on The Dove Global Beauty and Confidence Report. The United States rates lower on the list of women who experience body confidence, with 24 % revealing that they are pleased with their body.