(Los Angeles)-This October, LA's trailblazing fashion platform, Art Hearts Fashion, will grant an extraordinary wish for Make-A-Wish, bringing the fashion designs of 11-Year old Noa Sorrell to life on the LAFW runway. Noa Sorrell was diagnosed with cancer this February. During her 3 months of chemotherapy, in the hospital away from school and home, Noa dove into designing clothes to help her get through this tough time in her life. "Designing clothes took my mind off my chemo and focused it into doing something fun and amazing. I love designing and creating clothes!" -Noa Sorrell
Art Hearts Fashion will produce the runway show during their 4-day fashion week showcase this October at the Taglyan Complex. Noa's collection will open the Kidswear show, October 7th, a fan favorite which last season drew in celebrity 50-Cent to support his young son Sire's debut on the runway. Art Hearts Fashion has granted several wishes for Make-A-Wish kids during shows in LA, NY, and Miami. The bi-coastal platform is known for promoting the emerging talent of both fashion designers and visual artists throughout these cities and working with many charitable organizations. Shows will run October 5th-8th.
Returning sponsors The Organic Face™ and FHI HEAT® will work behind the scenes bringing to life each Noa's vision.
Art Hearts Fashion is produced by Erik Rosete and ParkerWhitaker Productions.
About Art Hearts Fashion
Art Hearts Fashion has become one of the most esteemed fashion platforms in the nation, breaking new ground with revolutionary and cutting-edge runway exhibitions and receiving national and international acclaim. This year, Art Hearts Fashion is featured on hit reality TV show America's Next Top Model on CW network and on LA Hair on WEtv. As the fashion industry is rapidly changing, Art Hearts Fashion is leading the way to make Los Angeles the next great mecca for the fashion industry.
Make-A-Wish grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. According to a 2011 U.S. study of wish impact, most health professionals surveyed believe a wish-come-true has positive impacts on the health of children. Kids say wishes give them renewed strength to fight their illness, and their parents say these experiences help strengthen the entire family. Headquartered in Phoenix, Make-A-Wish is one of the world's leading children's charities, serving children in every community in the United States and its territories. With the help of generous donors and more than 27,000 volunteers, Make-A-Wish grants a wish somewhere in the country every 37 minutes. It has granted more than 254,000 wishes since its inception in 1980; more than 14,200 in 2014 alone. Visit Make-A-Wish at wish.org to learn more.
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