About This Event
The Black Fashion Career Day addresses the lack of representation of blacks in the fashion industry by bringing them to the forefront for students to hear about their experiences.
•Establishes a platform for college and workforce recruiters to enlist aspiring black fashion professionals.
•Provides black fashion students with guidance for their pursuit of a professional career in fashion design, retail and/or marketing.
•Provides parents with tips on how to support their creative children.
Unique Virtual Marketplace Opportunities
Our virtual booths offer you the ability to perform retail transactions, offer demonstrations, conduct interviews, conduct workshops, make appearances, share social media links, product pamphlets, video content, and other promotional items.
Virtual marketplace booths will be open to attendees on Friday, March 26, 2021 and Saturday, March 27, 2021. The booth rate is applicable for the entire event.
As an exhibitor at this event you can expect:
•Technical support over the days the platform is live.
•Virtual exhibit space in an international online marketplace.
•Customize and personalize your booth’s showcase page with branded header, logo, company description, product photography, videos, educational brochures, and giveaways.
•Link to your website, social media, & E-commerce online store or embed via Shopify.
•Connect and engage face-to-face via online videoconference and text chat.
•Your booth is accessible for up to 30 days after the live event.
• A platform that is open to registered participants of the Black Fashion Career Day.
• Exposure to an African American audience with a buying power of $1.3 Trillion.
• Opportunity to “Be A Part of the Solution” for African American fashion professionals by participating in a movement that is greater than yourself!
Accepting applications for exhibitor space until March 1, 2021.
Charity Booths are available for the Virtual Black Fashion Career Day with Proof of 501c3 status.
Premium Booth Bonuses
•Premier Location in the Main Hall (The Marketplace)
•1- Minute Pre-event Invitation Ad Providing Attendees with a “Sneak Peak” Into Your Booth.
•Limited positions available.
Primary Target Demographic
African American Descent
High School and Fashion College Students
An average students income ranges between $7,500 to $42,000
Parents are highly encouraged to attend (secondary target audience*).
Pursuing a career in either of the following fields.
Fashion Costume or Wardrobe Styling
Makeup Artistry (serving fashion industry)
Cosmetology or Barbering (serving fashion industry)
Secondary Target Demographic*
African American (40% of following)
Fashion professional and fashion lover
Age Range: 45 to 54
Income Range: $45,000 - $75,000
Female/Male Gender Split67 %33 %
Past or Current Sponsors and Vendors
Social Media Impressions are representative of the combined followers for career talks fashion professionals featured in this event.