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Sunday 22 October 2017
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Fanm Djanm Experience Comes to Miami

A Day of Beauty, Health, and Women Empowerment in Miami


  Based in New York City, Fanm Djanm is a collection of colorful and stylish headwraps to celebrate strong women from around the world. Fanm Djanm means Strong Woman in Haitian Kreyol. The company’s message is dedicated to
women who work with their hands, and those who dream and follow them. 


The movement: There are strong women everywhere. Some know their strengths, and others haven’t yet figured theirs out. This brand is to empower women from all walks of life to be bold, beautiful, and powerful.


On June 13th, Fanm Djanm will celebrate women in an elegant and intimate fashion event. Expect a day of chic panorama of African beauty, photography, and education. Enjoy a gallery showcasing a diverse group of women wearing Fanm Djanm head wraps, photographed by Joey Rosado. Engage in an intimate and essential conversation with International model/actress, Tico Armand and sex expert/entrepreneur/former Playboy 
model, Nerissa Irving. Learn about  
building self confidence, and the importance of feminine health and sex education. Discover beauty tricks from live makeup demo by professional makeup artist and skin expert, Lanea Singleton on how to achieve a natural, glowing look. Indulge in healthy passed hors d’oeuvres, wine, and refreshments.    



And lastly, master how to style your fanm djanm head wraps from live tutorials by your host, Paola Mathe.

The event will take place from 12pm to 5pm at Yeelen Gallery – 294 NW 54th 
Street in Little Haiti, Miami. Tickets start at $40. Guests are asked to RSVP at 
www.fanmdjanm.com/experience 


Paola Mathe, a Haitian native, is leading the celebration of women and their many hues of beauty through her fashionable, statement-making headwraps. ‘You never really know the strength of a woman whether she is super dressed up to the nines or not,’ she said. ‘Those women who are working with their hands in Haiti, they deserve respect and women who are here no matter where you are located or what you are doing at the moment they deserve respect too. It’s about 
being a better person and just working to contribute to the world, that’s what a good person is. No matter where you’re from. That’s what I’m really trying to put out with my headwraps.’
Paola started Fanm Djanm, which directly translates to ‘Strong Woman’ in Haitian Creole, just one year ago. Since its inception, she has been featured on an array of websites, expanded her business to include jewelry and clothes and has recently travelled to Puerto Rico to take part in two pop-up shop events.” – Alley Olivier from Caribbean Life News

A beautiful Fanm Djanm Handbag awaits VIP ticket holders.