Recap: Global Runway 2019, A Fashion Presentation
The highly anticipated 3rd Annual Global Runway Fashion Presentation powered by Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) returned May 22 at the North Cargo Building. The invite only event immersed 300 guests into an experience that merged fashion and aviation to highlight ATL Skypointe, the Airport’s award-winning program designed to showcase the various ways to shop, dine and explore while visiting ATL.
This year, ATL selected celebrity stylist, author, journalist, producer and media personality Joe Zee as their host. Along with Zee, fashion bloggers and influencers Monica Awe-Etuk, Dior Choi, Elly Karamoh, Tatiana Barburassi and Beth Djalai were selected as the event’s 2019 brand ambassadors. Zee and the ambassadors introduced exclusive fashion presentations from Sean John, Brooks Brothers, Spanx, and ExOfficio. Guest also engaged with eight curated brand installations that took attendees around the world and showcased the latest apparel, fashion and accessory offerings. Featured brand installations included:
Patricia Nash- Morocco
Michael Kors- Italy
Bijoux Terner- Greece
Xpress Spa- Indonesia
“No other U.S. airport brings fashion, travel and people together like ATL,” said Pamela Simmons, manager of concessions marketing at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. “For the past three years, Global Runway has strutted our best-in-class retail offerings in a unique, one-of-a-kind fashion experience. The success of this year’s event further strengthened ATL’s position as an innovative airport committed to providing top-notch dining, shopping and relaxation options.”
For more information about Global Runway, please visit: https://www.atl.com/globalrunway/
Photo Credit: Decisive Moment Events
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Hartsfield-Jackson (ATL) is the world’s busiest and most efficient airport, serving more than 107 million passengers with nonstop service to more than 150 U.S. destinations and 75 international destinations in more than 50 countries. ATL boasts a direct economic impact of $34.8 billion in metro Atlanta and $64.3 billion for the region. The Airport is the largest employer in Georgia, with more than 63,000 individuals working on site. ATL is a frequent recipient of awards of excellence for concessions, operations, sustainability, architectural engineering and construction. In 2016, ATL set in motion a multibillion-dollar capital improvement program, ATLNext, which will modernize the Domestic Terminal, extend two concourses, construct several parking decks, expand cargo facilities and pave the way for a new hotel. For more information, visit www.atl.com.