Harlem Haberdashery – 2015 Masquerade Ball – Magic. History. Mystique.

Masquerade Ball

Saturday, February 28th, 2015 saw Harlem’s finest step out in style and full regalia for Harlem Haberdashery’s Masquerade Ball. The retail expression of the 5001 Flavors clothing line, Harlem Haberdashery combined fashion and philanthropy by donating proceeds from the event to Harlem Hospital Center’s Pediatric Department Unit.

Masquerade Ball

In addition to helping the community, the evening also saw the below honorees:

Man of the Year – “Harlem’s Distinguished Gentlemen”: Henry (Hank) Carter, Wheelchair Charities, Inc.

Woman of the Year – “Harlem’s Inspiring Lady”: Jackie Rowe-Adams, Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E.

Trailblazers of the Year -“The Spearheaders”: Leanne Stella, Art In Flux

Harlem Haberdashery

A celebration of the “Who’s Who” in Harlem, this was definitely a night you didn’t want to miss! We were happy to be in attendance and a part of the history being made. Look out for more from Harlem Haberdashery and if you’re in Harlem, stop by the boutique located at 245 Lenox Ave. Bet. 122nd and 123rd St.

(left), Marc J. Kelly, Founder of Mr. Refined™, (center) Artist Ronald Draper in a blazer by 5001 Flavors(c), (right) Romain Barnett, Mr. Refined™ Creative Director

(left), Marc J. Kelly, Founder of Mr. Refined™, (center) Artist Ronald Draper in a blazer by 5001 Flavors, (right) Romain Barnett, Mr. Refined™ Creative Director

 

5001 Flavors

(left) Designer Kells Barnett wearing 5001 Flavors

 

More pictures from the event here.

Mr. Refined™

Marc is the Founder of Mr. Refined. Marc has an appreciation for high street style aesthetics and high end luxury. His vision is to expose men to the fine art of combining both in a way that isn't cliché as a revival of the Harlem Renaissance Man.

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