Glamour Pose holds fashion show

by | August 17, 2018 5:13 pm

Last Updated: August 15, 2018 at 9:16 am

By CINDY CROSBY
cindyc4@yahoo.com

From an early age, Shannon Thomason always knew she had a passion for fashion. Born and raised in Queens, N.Y., Thomason’s designing started by redesigning her Barbie’s wardrobe. Later, her appreciation of clothing and fashion manifested into a love of playing dress-up herself.
Now, the 30-year-old local resident has taken that passion and creativity and turned it into a start-up business called Glamour Pose. This past Saturday, Thomason held a fashion show at the Ray Johnson Building on Gruber Street, with looks from her latest creations combined with the lines she’ll be hosting in her pop-up shop. Also, on hand for the event were local small business owners from the community.
“Glamour Pose is a new pop-up fashion boutique, which provides the newest, trendiest and stylish fashions to the Lowcountry,” said Thomason. “The purpose of the fashion show was to allow the community to meet me and see the designs and lines I will carry. It is my goal to have my clients walk through the door of any place and turn heads. I endeavor to always provide awesome service with unbeatable prices to ensure customer satisfaction.”
Thomason says she is inspired by fashion trends and keeps up with the latest looks from Fashion Weeks across the United States. “I want to have a stake in the industry and give ladies a place to purchase clothing that fits their bodies and meets their needs — without breaking the bank.”
“The sky has no limit and neither do my dreams,” said Thomason, who graduated from the University of South Carolina–Beaufort and obtained her master’s from Grand Canyon University.
To learn more about Thomason’s designs and her local pop-up shop, follow Glamour Pose on social media.

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  1. Comment by Lakesha Seabrook

    August 18, 2018 at 7:44 am

    Congratulations, Shannon! The event was one to remember. Not only did you showcase your line and pop-up boutique, but you included wonderful local vendors who were also able to showcase their products and services. Job well done Shannon!!


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