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Alumni mentors and honorary chairs announced.

LIM’s annual student-produced fashion show will be held April 19 at 6 p.m. at New York City’s famed Glasshouse, at 660 12th Ave.

The show, which is planned, produced, and executed entirely by students, will be aimed at uplifting emerging New York City designers, especially those who design with diversity and inclusivity in mind.

The LIM Fashion Show will also offer exclusive opportunities for the fashion industry to connect with the next generation of talent in the business of fashion and will benefit the Verma Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to giving high-quality wig caps to cancer patients experiencing hair loss.

LIM alumni industry mentors, including Joshua Danforth, Senior Director of Visual Merchandising Capabilities for Walmart; Gina Mercatili, Visual Production Supervisor-Windows and Special Store Projects for Bloomingdale’s; Lulu Palmer, Founder of creative agency Haus Eleven; Kevin Schmidt, Founder, K&L Events; Brandon Smithwrick, Head of Content at Kickstarter; and Aubriana Sweet, Founder and Head Creative for A Sweet Production, will share their knowledge, guidance, and support with students as they plan and execute the show this year.

Honorary event chairs will include Kirsten Ferguson, a Peloton running instructor; Emme, the American supermodel, body advocate, and Founder of the True Beauty Foundation; Elliot Carlyle, Founder of CURRENT.LY Global and a fashion and jewelry industry consultant; and Natasha Verma, Fox5NY News Anchor and Founder of the Verma Foundation. For more information, contact: