Fighting Sickle Cell..., ...Helping Families

Regal Affairs by Dee (Dee Bookert-Nixon) & MOD3L3SQU3 (Danielle Bryant) modeling agency presents a children's fashion show benefiting the Cure Sickle Cell Foundation, Inc. Jackson, Mississippi at The Railroad District, formerly known as Mardi Gras (Jackson, MS) at 4:00p.m. on Sunday, August 14, 2016. This is the first children's runway exhibition created and produced to feature young celebrity & local models, re-launching MOD3L3SQU3, and showcases Sickle Cell disease children Survivors. High end boutiques and children designers will be featured in the show.

STRUT will be a magical night of fashion where 12 special Cure Sickle Cell Kids will have the opportunity to experience the thrill of modeling on the runway. STRUT brings fashion to the runway with a philanthropic purpose. STRUT is a fundraiser fashion show benefiting Cure Sickle Cell Foundation, Inc. Mississippi. Regal Affairs by Dee & MOD3L3SQU3 Owners, Dee & Dani have organized and collaborated with many great sponsors to make this event possible.

Casting Call participants are required to wear white t-shirt with blue jeans and hair pulled off of face. Casting Call participants are also required to bring a 8 x 10 head shot and body shot. On the back of the pictures measurements should be written in a black permanent maker (please do this prior to time of event). Measurements should include full body, height, and shoe size.

  • Casting Call:
    • Time:Saturday, May 15 at 3pm
    • Loction:234 E. Capitol St, Jackson, MS
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  • Fashion Show:
    • Time:Sunday, August 14 at 4pm
    • Location:

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