FACE FASHION HISTORY
In 2011, LifeStylist Amani Stebbins, Designer Jody Davis, and Aesthetician Germaine Williams, joined forces to create an Event that they hoped would Encourage and Inspire others to follow their Passions and Dreams. From that event, “FACE FASHION” was born. It is an Event where Aesthetics meets Fashion. The Inaugural Event Honored and Pampered three women from the non-profit organization “Dress for Success”, which assists Women and Men in getting a New Start in Life.
These Ladies Passion to give back compelled them to collaborate the next year to “Feed Those Less Fortunate”. In 2012, they honored the “Bea Gaddy, Family Center/Homeless Shelter” located in Baltimore, Maryland for the work they do to support people in the community. Although Bea Gaddy is no longer with us, her Legacy lives on by Feeding the Famished and finding Shelter for those in Need.
In 2013, the Ladies decided to Support and Touch our Future Leaders, The Children, through the organization, “YMCA of Metropolitan Area” whose motto is “Be Good, Do Good, Feel Good”. The YMCA fosters the spiritual, mental and physical development of individuals, families and communities according to the ideas of inclusiveness, equality and mutual respect for all. 2014 was the year Face Fashion Honored the LUKE Foundation for their phenomenal work in the Community. LUKE’s Mission is to enhance innovative educational opportunities for studentsthrough partnerships with educators, parents, businesses and the greater community.
In 2015, the Ladies chose Hip Hop for the Homeless in Baltimore, Maryland. An Organization’s whose Mission is to align music events and fundraisers too assist Homeless Organizations in various cities in the US and abroad. Their purpose is to assist homeless individuals and families in getting back to being self-sufficient.
This year 2017, AmAni, Germaine and Jody wanted to Recognize, Raise Awareness and monetary Donations for Shannon Whren Enterprises (SWEINC), a non-profit Organization that brings Awareness to and stands against Domestic Violence. This Organization has been providing supportive emergency services to women and their children seeking refuge through securing shelter, clothing and other resources at the critical stage when victims leave their abusers.
These Ladies believe in sharing the Knowledge and Love that was given to them with others and will continue to Support, Recognize and Honor Organizations and Entrepreneurs who make a difference in the Community.