Fashion meets philanthropy at The Pink Carpet Event Charity Fashion Show

Hosted by Ean Williams of DC Fashion Week


Chandra Gore Consulting

The Pink Carpet Event Charity Fashion Show is proud to announce the addition of the legendary Ean Williams as the host of the 2019 fashion show.

Mr. Williams brings his extensive knowledge of the fashion industry and it is an absolute honor to have him host this years event.

About Ean Williams - after landing in the pages of Upscale Magazine (Feb 2004) and the front page of The Gazette, Ean Williams, who is now a Washington Life Magazine creative list stylist, wants to go one step further and enable the world to see the great designing talent that is here in the nation's capital by producing & sponsoring DC Fashion Week. He is dedicated to helping other aspiring designers show collections and build their businesses. He is also an advisory board member for the Black Fashion Designers Association, Inc.

Williams has produced fashion shows for a number of clients with a strong preference to work with organizations that give back to the community. He considers this as his "ministry". Ean has lent his talents to helping charities such as the National Breast Cancer Society, The House of Ruth, S.O.M.E., Wednesday's Child, and the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation.The Pink Carpet Event is an annual event dedicated to uplifting and celebrating the hope, strength and resilience of breast cancer survivors. Our survivors, also known as our Pink Carpet Warriors, share inspiring stories of courage, faith and triumph, while providing motivation to newly-diagnosed women before slaying the runway. The event ends in tears, laughter, and most of all, hope and encouragement.

Tickets are now available for purchase at:



The Pink Carpet Event Charity Fashion Show began as a signature event of Singleton Enterprises, LLC, but was officially established as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 2019. The Pink Carpet Event Charity Fashion Show was founded in homage to our founder's aunt, Ms. Johnnie Mae Simpson, who lost her battle with breast cancer in 1997. It's also our show of admiration for the colleague and friend who survived not only breast cancer but also suffered a subsequent aneurysm among life's other tests. Yet she still conquers each day with unyielding optimism and joy. And finally, The Pink Carpet Event stands in honor of the many spirited Pink Carpet Warriors who continue to combat the disease.

A portion of the proceeds from The Pink Carpet Event benefits the Mary Washington Hospital Foundation Breast Cancer Fund and Sentara Northern Virginia Comprehensive Breast Center, alternately.

September 17, 2019 1:40am ET by Chandra Gore Consulting  

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