Pictured Brandy Lee of Big Sister, the EMERGE II Designer in Resident | Image by: Meredith Mashburn FOR RELEASE: MARCH 16TH, 2021 EMERGE II – the second
Though both the spring and fall NWA Fashion Week events were canceled this year, the momentum of Northwest Arkansas’ rising status in the industry hasn’t slowed. Since its inception, NWAFW
The Arkansas Arts & Fashion Forum is hosting a live video conversation on Monday, November 30. The organization invites you to hear from professors from the University of Arkansas and the University of Memphis.
Arkansas Arts & Fashion Forum (AAFF) today announced the move of its headquarters and operations to the new Creative Arkansas Community Hub & Exchange (CACHE) creative hub in Springdale —
When Abwe Abedi got his mask business off the ground, one of the first things he thought of was sending a donation of 25 masks to Asa Hutchinson, the Republican
This fall marks the inaugural Designer in Residency program EMERGE, presented by Arkansas Arts & Fashion Forum, with a mission to identify, incubate, and promote new fashion talent in Arkansas.
Inaugural designer in residence, Bruce Davis, will be working with the community to stimulate Northwest Arkansas talent through collaboration and mentorship from industry experts Bentonville, AR – October, 2020 –