Kwame Jackson Presents: Krimson by Kwame

Brooklyn is once again coming to the forefront with an innovative collaborative, highlighting art, wine and ambiance.  On Wednesday, December 7th, 6pm to 9pm, b-bullard and Ena Renee presents DeZign Intervention, an after work art/networking event that attracts professionals in the art, fashion, interior design and corporate sector.  The Krimson by Kwame Trunk Show and Networking Event will be an exciting holiday gift experience at Brooklyn Terrace, located at  216 – 228 Duffield Street (between Willoughby and Fulton Street) in the emerging Downtown Brooklyn area. Bed-Vyne Wine, a boutique wine shop in the heart the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn will also be providing wine testing for guests.

The combination of amazing ambiance, fine wine, and exclusive networking opportunties will be the perfect backdrop to showcase New York City based designer, entrepreneur and professional speaker Kwame Jackson – best known for his role on NBC’s inaugural season of The Apprentice.  Jackson provides his line of hand-finished neckwear; Krimson by Kwame which is designed to embody the prestigious intersection of Jermyn and Wall Street. Krimson by Kwame is a luxury lifestyle brand that delivers a statement of stature and unwavering presence.

“Sophistication, confidence, refinement and intellect are internal seeds that come full bloom with one’s choice of attire,” says Jackson, who holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.

The collection was highlighted in O, The Oprah Magazine, The Huffington Post, People Magazine, and Krimson was also profiled on CNN, Headline News, NBC’s Access Hollywood and BET’s Black Carpet shows. Jackson’s celebrity clients include Grammy award winner Ne-Yo, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, NBA Champion and GQ Cover Model Dwayne Wade, Bishop TD Jakes, NYSNC founder Chris Kirkpatrick, 4-Time Heavy Weight Champion Evander Holyfield, Gold Medalist Mary Lou Retton, style icon Kim Kardashian and TJ Holmes & Roland Martin of CNN.

This event is invite-only and RSVP is required.

For more information contact or 646-435-1558.