Jaz Creationz to Present “Hallow-Scream” Fashion Show and Dance Extravaganza


HOUSTON: Jaz Creationz will present “JAZ BOND 007”, an Elite Spootakular Hallow-Scream Fashion and Dance extravaganza on Friday, October 27 at Placio Maria in Katy, Texas. Chief guests for the evening will be Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo and Houston Fire Department Chief Samuel Pena.

Jasmeeta Singh, founder of Jaz Creations, says the evening will include a Sikh awareness fashion show with the presentation of an award to Sandeep Dhaliwal and his team for doing an exceptional job during Hurricane Harvey. She says Sikhs can wear their turbans as a show of support.

Fashion show will feature six designers and 40 models featuring gowns, dresses, and Anarkali and lehnga outfits. The six designers are Envy Couture by Anil, Robert Powell Designs, Danny Nguyen Couture, Alexandria Lee Designs, Aks Trends designs and Jewelry House. A highlight of the show will be a fashion walk of cancer survivors, who will be walking the ramp wearing designer fashion as a way of uplifting their spirits and boost their confidence.

The fashion and dance extravaganza will raise funds for non-profit organizations through the building of bridges within the diverse Indo-American communities through fashion and culture. Among the benefitting organizations are HBBCC ( Houston Broad Based Community Center, www.punch123.org) for troubled youth,  and Jamie’s Hope Charity Organization for Cancer Survivors, #BaldIsBeautiful (www. jamieshope.org/baldisbeautiful).

The Punch123 program at HBBCC is for minority and disadvantaged youth and troubled adults of all races in need of educational, social, mental and spiritual guidance. The Bald is Beautiful program at Jamie’s Hope is designed to empower those who are struggling with the reality of dealing with hair loss as a result of chemotherapy.

The event will be kicked off with an exclusive VIP reception Mocktail, followed by High-Couture Shopping Extravaganza, Dance Marvel and High-End designer Fashion Show with 50-plus models from the Paul Michelle School.

“Jaz Creationz, Fashion and Dance production company, was driven by genuine passion, which  provides therapy through movement,” explained Jasmeeta Singh. “This passion propelled me towards my very own unique forms of creative expression. What inspires me more than anything is inspiring others, especially empowering women and the next generation to make them realize that passion is not only about commitment, it’s about meaning and, just as important, it’s about fun. It is what drives me daily and I want to inspire others to feel, connect , create, to believe in themselves, and to grow.”

Tickets are available online at eventbrite.com. According to Jasmeeta Singh, 100% of the proceeds will go to the supported charities.