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Mad As Hell People Magazine Launch Event

Mad As Hell People Magazine in collaboration with The Phluid Project hosted "The Future is Inclusive, Pride Celebration". An event placed in Miami that counted with a Speakers Panel with figures of fashion and LGBTQ+ advocates, a Red Carpet highlighting the campaign 52 ambassadors and, MAH People Magazine Launch Party to celebrate pride.


The day started with a cocktail party followed by a Diversity Speaker Panel at 6pm featuring Special Guest Panelist Rob Smith of the Phluid Project, to discuss how retailers & designers are embracing all things LGBTQ+ in store merchandising, gender fluid fashion and year round dedicated floor space to this demographic. Additional panelists from the worlds of Fashion, Design, Retail & Media included Monica Trasandes, Hispanic Media Director, GLAAD; Asanyah Davidson, Chairperson, Fashion Educator &Designer, Miami Dade Fashion Institute; Marie St. Pierre, Owner & Designer, Maison Marie Saint Pierre; Laurie Weisberg, Chief Operating Officer, Creatd and Vocal; Alessandra Gold, Co-Founder and Creative Director for Mad As Hell People, De-Risk, and Global brand Kruzin Footwear, The event will be moderated by Herb Sosa, LGBQ+ Community Leader, former corporate retail designer, and President & CEO of Unity Coalition | Coalición Unida.


Here is a view of the cocktail party and speakers panel event:




The party continued at the Oasis Wynwood, with a PRIDE Celebration hosted by Ultimate Miami Drag Queen, Karla Croqueta with music by Keanu Orange and GAMI. The evening included performances by Lady Paraiso, Dang-Ho Yu Sicknin, Viola Putz, Opal Am Rah, Sensitive Black Hottie, Yoko Osu, and FKA Twink. The night also marked the launch of Mad As Hell People Magazine’s inaugural issue which commemorates 52 years of the Stonewall Pride movement (1969-2021) by featuring 52 amazing people from Miami’s local LGBTQIA+ community and showcasing the achievements of the Gay Liberation movement.


Here are some pictures of the night event:





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