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Richmond Raceway Complex
Richmond, VA

FASHION

See What Happened at the 2017 Southern Women's Show!

You’ll Find it Here

We are talking over 300 exhibits including specialty boutiques! Whether it’s clothing and accessories, jewelry, gifts, make-up, gourmet products or home accents you can find it ALL and more at the Southern Women’s Show.

A New Look for a New Season

Do you need help with Spring’s “Must Have” looks? The Southern Women’s Show has everything you need. You’ll find everything from scarves and shoes to bangles and bags. Fashion experts will be on hand to show how the different looks for this spring can flatter and enhance any figure. Look your best this season with the Southern Women’s Show.

What Makes LuLaRoe so Unique?

LuLaRoe only produces 1,000 pieces of clothing in a particular print. If you find a print and love it, get it! Once it’s gone you may never see it again. That’s just one of the many things that makes LuLaRoe so unique!

Ashley by Design

Ashley by Design is sure to have exciting and fresh outfits to fit everyone. Ashley DeRamus has a special talent to design fashions for young women with Down Syndrome. See her take the runway in the Touching Lives 2017 fashion show on Saturday and Sunday.

A Weekend of Fashion, Style and Fun

Brandon has been involved in the Richmond fashion and entertainment scene for over 5 years and spends much of his time working on various projects in and around the area. This year is no different as he shares what he loves with all of you! You can expect a full weekend of fashion, style and fun as he brings some flair to the stage for the 2017 show! Brandon currently works in the property management field, but don't let the hard hat fool you - he also assists with weddings for Wood Grain & Lace Events, and has worked with the Laurianda Clothing Company, Richmond Fashion Week and Plitzs Fashion Marketing in New York City.

Jerel Crockett Appearing On Stage Friday, March 17th

Born and raised in Montpelier Virginia, Jerel Crockett discovered his ear for music at age 14 while being a member of the Richmond Boys Choir. Through the choir, he led many solos as a vocal talent. During that time, Jerel perfected his musical ear and taught himself to play the piano, and within only a couple of years he became one of Richmond’s most sought after musicians. Learning Classical, R&B, pop, gospel, and jazz. He co-founded Richmond’s premiere jazz-fusion group, Doors Wide Open.  They headlined major events in the Richmond area. The 2nd Street Festival, Monument 10k, and The 2012 and 2014 Richmond Jazz Festival. Jerel was even chosen to perform at the Historic Hippodrome Theatre as an opening act for R&B band Mint Condition. 
 
Through the years Jerel also began to write musical arrangements, and has recently made his way into the mainstream, co-producing songs recorded for LedisiKenny Lattimore, Columbus Short, and many others. Jerel’s first major production credit was for Motown Records Artist, Kenny Lattimore, the song is entitled “Real Love This Christmas” which debuted at #5 on the Billboard Gospel Charts, and received heavy airplay during the holiday season. Jerel’s biggest musical influences are Usher, Luther Vandross, and Stevie Wonder

Hear Jerel perform on the Fashion and Entertainment Stage Friday, March 17th at 7pm.

Discount Tickets Available at Walgreens

Purchase your advance discount ticket at your local Walgreens store February 16 - March 19 Click here for store locations.
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