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FTM Fashion Week S10 Celebrity Host Vivica A. Fox Comes to Jacksonville, North Carolina October 15, 2022


FTM Fashion Week S10 Celebrity Host Vivica A. Fox Comes to Jacksonville, North Carolina October 15, 2022

“Final Touch Models Fashion Week Will Celebrate 10 Year Anniversary of Fashion, Family and Community!”

Who is Latoya Scott ?

I am a wife of a United States Marine, a mother of three beautiful children and the 2022 AFI Camp Hansen Military Spouse of The Year in Okinawa Japan, 2020/2021-Armed Forces Insurance MCB Camp Lejeune Military Spouse of the Year. I sit on the board as the event coordinator and outreach specialist for Life Mediation Non-Profit. I am the Founder & Owner of FTM Fashion Week & Final Touch Models, as well as the Editor in Chief of Farbe Magazine. I have my degree in Business Administration and a minor in Business Marketing. I have over twelve years’ experience in event planning, business development, website development, publishing, and graphic designing. I recently launched my virtual business coach & development program through my personal brand The Real Latoya Scott and have since helped over 500 small businesses and corporations. I love what I do, and I have a passion to help others achieve their goals.

Latoya please tell us more about this amazing fashion that you are having and who’s your host ?

The highly anticipated FTM Fashion Week S10 with celebrity host Vivica A. Fox is coming to North Carolina on Saturday, October 15 at 6 p.m. to help celebrate 10 years of fashion, family, and community. This year’s event producer has partnered with emerging fashion designers, models, and sponsors to deliver a spectacular event to be held at 100 Recreation Lane in Jacksonville, North Carolina 28546.

About Final Touch Models Fashion Week

Final Touch Models Fashion Week is the premiere fashion showcase for emerging designers, models, and other industry professionals such as; but not limited too, celebrities, agents, magazines, and buyers. Our high-end shows enable designers to feature their collection before dozens of fashion professionals, media representatives and hundreds of people representing the everyday consumer. All while helping the communities we’re in by contributing to city tourism and the local economy.

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