AKOO on Family Hustle
New York, NY, March 12, 2012 - Men’s contemporary fashion brand AKOO Clothing announces their first televised fashion show appearance on the finale episode of TI & Tiny: Family Hustle, to be broadcast Monday, March 12, 2012 (9:00 PM, ET) on VH1. The episode will give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at T.I.’s successful fashion empire as he outlines and executes his vision for the AKOO Clothing Spring/Summer Fashion Show.The AKOO Clothing Spring/Summer Fashion Runway Show features styles from their men’s and women’s collection including footwear by Reebok Classic and designer electronics by Beats by Dre. Held at Atlanta’s premiere nightspot, Club Reign, the invite-only affair hosted a bevy of celebrity guests and prominent fashion insiders including Kalenna Harper of Diddy Dirty Money, Cynthia Bailey of the Real Housewives of Atlanta, and Hip Hop Recording Artists YelaWolf & Future.“This fashion show is a very big moment for AKOO Clothing. We couldn’t be more honored to introduce our new women’s collection alongside our men’s line. It was also fun to get my children involved by walking in the runway show and performing on stage. I’m grateful for all the people who rock the brand and for partners like Reebok Classic and Beats by Dre who support the AKOO Movement,” states Clifford “T.I.” Harris, Owner of AKOO Clothing.The awe-inspiring event was hosted by comedian and actor Kevin Hart, star of the upcoming film THINK LIKE A MAN. The fashion show also featured a surprise runway appearance by Rotimi, star of Golden Globe Winning STARZ Original TV Series BOSS, and special performances by recording artist Keri Hilson and the OMG Girlz.
“We put on an amazing display of exceptional style and fashion for our audience. We’re also very humbled by the enthusiasm and support of young Hollywood stars such as Rotimi who took time off from filming his TV show to walk in our runway show. The brand is definitely buzzing right now,” states Jeff Belizaire, Director of Marketing & Public Affairs for AKOO Clothing.