August 17th, 2019 | Sentinel Hotel | 6pm-9pm

August 17th, 2019 | Sentinel Hotel | 6pm-9pm


Saturday, august 17, 2019

at sentinel hotel 6pm-9pm

The Sneaker Fashion Show is a multi-sensory live exprience which combines footwear, fashion , music, art, and performances.

Sneaker Fashion Show will cultivate a new wave of fashion and community within Portland, Oregon by telling stories through product, experiences, and sneaker culture!

Collaborating with Sneaker Week, SFS is proudly partnered by Sentinel Hotel on August 17th, 2019 

Come and Celebrate with us through community and sneakers!!


2019 - sneaker week fashion show

the showcase

During our mercantile shopping hour, you'll have the opportunity to grab the latest fashions from our showcase!

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Aesthete Society


Established in the Fall of 2015, Aesthete Society is a creative group dedicated to building a community of global creatives. We create interactive art, fashion, and beauty experiences that are open and inviting to diverse audiences. Through our shows and experiences, Aesthete Society's focus is to encourage an interactive dialogue across diverse artistic platforms, mediums and locations.


Stackin’ Kickz

Stackin’ Kickz Clothing is designed to embrace the SNEAKER CULTURE that is steadily on the rise. There is two kinds of people in the world, those who have a few shoes and those who collect them. Stackin’ Kickz Clothing was created and inspired by David Jefferson. Born in Los Angeles, California and raised in Portland,Or. David has been STACKIN’ KICKZ ever since he was a kid. At one point, it was the only purpose for getting and having money. Just so he could but every pair of shoes he saw . Stackin’ Kickz Clothing pays tribute to the world wide SNEAKERHEAD community . Not just here in Oregon, but all over the world. Stackin’ Kickz makes a strong connection between passion, dedication and just pure love for sneakers. Its for every shoe lover out there that has acquired an abnormal amount of footwear.

Who do you know has shoes in their closet they haven’t worn yet?

Who do you know has a room in their house just for their kicks?

Who do you know goes out and buys a new pair , when they are wearing the new shoe ?

Someone that can’t help themselves from their addiction of STACKIN’ KICKZ!.



LAUNDRY buys and sells premium vintage jerseys, sportswear, and streetwear including Champion basketball jerseys, Starter jackets, band tees, snapbacks, and a wide range of complementary products. We feature original 80s and 90s attire by Nike, adidas, Polo, Tommy Hilfiger, Nautica, The North Face, Pendleton, and more, in addition to the finest selection of vintage Trail Blazers gear on the market.

We now carry a selection of throwback brands including The Almanac Brand which features iconic designs inspired by the greatest moments in history including shirts, crewnecks, hats, as well as a curation of product from Mitchell & Ness and Ebbets Field Flannels.

We are proud to be in the Chinatown streetwear scene and open our doors at 140 NW 4th Ave as our official flagship store.


meet our ARTISTs


Bio: im just an alcoholic in recovery. i picked up a paint brush on December 14th of 2018 because I couldn’t go to as many AA meetings as I had previously been attending. due to me living with my grandparents and my grandmother having a minor stroke, it fueled my need to get my emotions out and still recover. that point, painting became more than just my recovery. everyday i feel like im losing a piece of my grandma but in return i feel like im getting better at expressing my feelings on a canvas. it’s kind of like it has been her gift to me as i take care of her. painting has also given me the freedom to spend more time with my grandparents as i don’t need to work anymore. i still work with youth every chance i get but now that looks like me allowing them to fail and make something great out of it through art!

Latoya Lovely

Latoya Lovely works in Special Education for Portland Public School District, she is also a dance instructor. She has been drawing ever since she was a kid. When her heart would skip a beat to find a clean, blank space on the back of her school work, even if it meant being reprimanded because she wasn't doing her "school work." Her dream house will have a bay window for her and her baby boy to curl up in and read whilst listening to the rain.

Jonny Cool

Jonny Cool also known galactically as Stargazer when traveling through the multiverse, is a music producer, songwriter, singer, performing artist and all around creative born and raised in Portland Oregon. Jonny has a smooth and soulful production style with heavy jazz influences that can be heard throughout much of his music. Jonny has a truly original sound and unique style with his strong ties to Jupiter a cosmic vibe can be felt in many of his songs.

The After Party

JackKnife - 11pm

Special Guest Perfomance:

Jim Jones

Joseph Guillermo Jones II (born July 15, 1976),[1] better known by his stage name Jim Jones (formerly Jimmy Jones), is an American rapper and music video director. Jones, an original member of hip hop collective The Diplomats (also known as Dipset), is also the co-CEO of Diplomat Records, alongside longtime friend and fellow Harlem-bred rapper, Cam'ron.[2][3] Jones is also a noted music video director under the pseudonym CAPO, having directed videos for artists including Cam'ron, Juelz Santana, Remy Ma and State Property.

In 2004, he released his solo debut album On My Way to Church. The release of his second album, Harlem: Diary of a Summer in 2005, coincided with Jones landing an executive position in A&R at E1 Music. A year later he was on his third album Hustler's P.O.M.E. (Product of My Environment)(2006), which spawned his biggest single to date, "We Fly High". The song reached number five on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

In 2006, Jones also formed the hip hop group and label ByrdGang. The group released their debut album M.O.B.: The Album, under the newly found label in 2008. Jones followed up with his fourth solo album Pray IV Reign, which was released in March 2009, under Columbia Records. The album spawned the hit single "Pop Champagne". In April 2011, Jones released his fifth album, Capo, which was supported by the lead single, "Perfect Day". He returned on 31st May 2019, for his sixth studio album titled El Capo[4], which featured the likes of Dave East, Rick Ross and more.


Easy Mccoy

The Believer



An American singer, songwriter and producer born in Senegal, West Africa. "My vision is to become a musical bridge between continents as I recognize that the world is becoming smaller and connect more people like me who have been exposed to different cultures."- I$$A


Ticket Options


BLOOM VIP ($100)









  • WINE


Sneaker Week AFTER PARTY

Time: 10:30pm

Featuring Easy McCoy


Time: Mid-Night

Featuring Jim Jones

Meet our Hosts

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Tra'Renee Chambers

Tra'Renee is an Emmy Award Winning Television Personality and Radio DJ in Portland Metro Area.  She is the host of the new afternoon lifestyle program at KATU-TV (ABC Affiliate),  "Afternoon LIVE!" airing on weekdays at 3:00 PM EST.

Tra'Renee plays a key role influencing the platform, which highlights celebrities, local initiatives/ business, fashion, parenting, cooking segments, and more.  One of the highlights of the show is "What's Trending Tra'?", which discusses the day's top-trending topics!

Tra'Renee has over 10 years of on-air radio hosting experience in the nation's biggest cities, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York City. She is currently featured on iHeartMedia's JAM'N 107.5 in Portland, Oregon. 


Sean Harvey

Sean Harvey aka Vocab was born and raised in Toronto, Canada by two Jamaican parents. He is the son of Carl Harvey, the legendary lead guitarist for the Grammy winning reggae group Toots And The Maytals. Moved to Portland, Oregon in 1998 and has lived there ever since. Sean attended Lincoln High School and then Portland State University. As Vocab, he’s been a mainstay in Portlands hip hop scene as an artist, host, event promoter, and now podcaster. As host and owner of the Broken Glass Podcast, he’s created unique platform in the region showcasing one of a kind political analysis, guest interviews of the Northwest’s relevant figures, and cyphers including some of the best rappers in the region. His career however is second only to his family. He's been married to his wife for 7 years, and has 2 young sons. To say they're house is one filled with superheroes and dinosaurs would be a gross understatement. The Harvey's recently purchased their dream home, and spend their summers hosting barbecues with family and friends, as well as seasonal trips to the coast. Time permitting, he also tries to take in as much of the local music scene as possible. Vocab has recently expanded his portfolio into radio broadcasting and guest hosted several episodes of the Jamn 107.5 Morning Show with Kristina With A K. You can also catch him hosting any number of live events going on in the Northwest region. 


red carpet hosts


Village Vibes Podcast

VillageVibesPodcast (VVP) is an audio podcast run by Brittain and Kayla. At VVP we have set out to contribute to a conversation about social awareness and justice, with a dash of pop culture and comedy. We also look to start new conversations and bring several voices that are traditionally silenced to the forefront. VVP is a platform for us to add to a dialogue that we feel is vital to the climate of our society and country at large . We offer some humor to difficult and emotionally heavy topics as well as personal commentary about our positions in the world and feelings about celebrities, television, film, art, and music.


Broken glass podcast

Here at the Broken Glass Podcast, we aim to provide truly objective analyses of current events, politics, and culture. Not succumbing to the increasingly polarizing left/right or liberal/conservative paradigm, we use satire, music, and journalism to paint an honest picture of our current state of affairs. Our goal is to educate while entertaining and maintain a platform for small businesses to reach an extremely engaged demographic. Best PDX Hip Hop & Political Podcasts Sean Harvey Broken Glass Media.




Artist Quaz Amir aka woolbeanie, Dominican and Afro American descendent, raised in South Philadelphia and Wilmington, DE. Co-founder of Undrcats alongside artist Vkiah. Quaz began his creative journey as a DJ/Producer in the summer of 2012 in San Diego during the growing stages of Soulection, under the wing of Andre Power. Woolbeanie's inspiration comes from many genres but mainly include, R&B and Soul, Hip-Hop, Reggaeton, Dembow, Funk and Dance.


A Message from the Founder: Abibat Durosimi

BLOOM is about personal growth. Learning how to live a positive lifestyle: mind body and spirit. When you go through life's trials and tribulations, there are two ways you can deal with it... go into depression and conjure bad habits, or realize that everything that happens in life has a silver lining. Whatever you put out into the universe you get that right back, the law of attraction. Basically, living a holistic lifestyle is a mantra of a healthy mindset that transcends into self-care. When you feel good you look good, and in my profession when you look good you feel good.  

In the past several years I went through my own personal growth. Where I found myself blossoming into the woman I am now. Learning how to become a single mother of 2, while rebranding my business. It was time to take Tabiba Styles to the next level.  Being in the beauty industry and working for one of the most beloved Icon in the music industry taught me how to stay true to my art and turn it into a brand. At the time, while working for PRINCE, it didn't dawn on me that he was trying to teach everyone in his camp to live the way he did.  He was first about himself.  For some, they would call that selfish, but if you don't take care of yourself you can't take care of anyone else... especially those who count on you, rather if it family or your peers.

I had to hit rock bottom to blossom to the woman I am now. Without the support of my family and friends (see that was the key, you have to let people who care about you help you). I wouldn’t be where I am now. We can't do everything by ourselves.  I feel that the most high put us here on this earth to live out our destiny and to do that you need people to help support and/or guide you.  Keep like-minded individuals around you and keep positive energy around you, especially NOW!

We are in a state in the world where we need to think positive to push through adversity.  Not to say we should ignore whats going on, but find a positive way to deal with negative issues in our nation. We live in a country that strives off of a corporate mentality. The purpose of this collective is to bring creative entrepreneurs, who are like minded to help mentor and educate our generation and the next, to strive to take their God-given gifts and implement them into a profound career.  The only way to do that is to have a clear mind, a healthy body, and a positive spirit, hence BLOOM!