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New York, Oct 23, 2012 (Global Fashion Wire) - The Set NYC hosts Halloween 2012 with a party to benefit Freedom Ladder, a non-profit that helps end child sex-slave trafficking. Designers featured include Berit New York (www.beritnewyork.com) and Long Tran (www.longtran.co) with DJ J Hooks. The event is Friday Oct 26, starting 11pm at Sea Meatpacking 835 Washington St.

The event is hosted by Ford Supermodel Monica Watkins and NBC TV The Voice's Pamela Rose Rodriguez. The mission of Freedom Ladder is to stop child sex trafficking by interrupting a culture that sexualizes children and regards the human body as a commodity, and to transform that culture into one that treats all people with honor and respect. Freedom Ladder uses popular vehicles of education and entertainment, such as comic books, to educate at-risk children about the danger of sex trafficking and empower them to protect themselves and live lives of courage, power, and inspiration.

The Set NYC holds events in New York City to support the growth and healing of NYC through fashion, events, music, and performances. We welcome media correspondence and potential partnerships to Sea Meatpacking (835 Washington St) on Oct 26, 2012 evening beginning 11:00 PM.

Designer Bio for Oct 26 Halloween Fashion Party and Benefit

Berít New York revels in complex designs, rich fabrics and historically inspired pieces. Britney Frady-Williams, the founder and designer at Berít New York, earned her AAS degree in Fashion Design from the prestigious Fashion Institute of Technology. Berít New York has shown their Spring-Summer and Autumn-Winter 2011 collections at London Fashion Week, and has been featured in major publications including the New York Times, Bust magazine, Italian Marie Claire, Time Out New York, Alt Fashion UK, and the premiere issue Tantalum Magazine.
www.beritnewyork.com


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