There’s nothing more gratifying than giving back to a worthy cause and I believe music culture including fine arts is a great program to invest in – especially in Detroit. Bravo Bravo has come an gone and in true Beau Miss style, I’m going to tell you a little more about the evening’s events. This year MaShawn joined me again and Eva made her debut! You’ll notice a few familiar faces from the pics but the night was totally original.
This is an event you don’t want to miss. It’s like the MET Gala on a Detroit scale. High fashion, charity, celebrities and plenty of networking mixed with a whole lotta liquor. In the name of fashion I decided to use my new go to find for all the special events in my life. Rent the Runway or RTR allows ladies to lease high fashion garments at a small fraction on the retail cost of owning them. This totally cut down my shopping time for this event. I selected a NHA KAHNH dress and decided to wear the shoes I wore last year with the same bag. Who goin check me? Lol
This was the 1st choice of my quasi-stylist. It fit like a glove and complimented my slim hourglass frame perfectly. The next move was in the hair department. This dress was so beautiful I wanted my hair to compliment instead of compete. My newest weapon again blending with the rest of the attendees – Cold Wave Rods. My go to hair styler. So I got my hair pressed by my OG gangsta on these locks, Fred Converse of Dolce International Salon. This man only did my hair for 11 years and knows my hair. A quick ride home and setting the rollers in my hair had me riding around town like THIS.
Hunty, I had bought lashes and everything for this event and didn’t put them on Lawd Geezus. When Eva showed up it was time or me to pull all my “S” together. Makeup on soft and simple, nails on a clean clear coat and fragrance is The One by Dolce & Gabanna. The completed look – elegant. A quick ride up the block to get MaShawn and let the party begin!
The food was fab as always and of course I found another little drank that was totally delicious. You already know NOTHING is replacing my day one Belvedere. However, I’ve never let that ruin my night. The drink I really liked was at the station next to the Rum Chata and I don’t even know the name. 😦
In true style and expectation, I ran into a few familiar faces.
Great night as always!