GENE SIMMONS MoneyBag To Participate In 4th Annual Phoenix Fashion Week

Dussault Apparel founder, chairman and head designer Jason Dussault has announced that the company will showcase its lines Trashed, Vanity and Gene Simmons MoneyBag in a fashion show at the fourth annual Phoenix Fashion Week, October 1-4, 2008.

Dussault Apparel is set to take over the runway for the event's featured show on Saturday, October 4, at 8:30 p.m, at Hayden Ferry Lakeside. All three lines will showcase selections from their Holiday 2008 and Spring 2009 collections, featuring premium, custom designed hoodies, denim, hats, t-shirts and leather goods.

"We are very excited to be a part of Phoenix Fashion Week," said Chris Detert, Dussault's U.S. publicist and president of American Rebel PR. "Phoenix is one of the fastest emerging fashion markets, with a large contingent of young, attractive and affluent consumers. Phoenix Fashion Week is the perfect platform to present our lines to the consumers in this market."

The executive director of Phoenix Fashion Week Brian Hills says, "I am thrilled to have Dussault Apparel on board for this year's event. We feel the quality and uniqueness of their designs will appeal to our audiences and enhance the overall success of our shows."

Dussault Apparel, Inc., is a designer, manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer of high-end quality apparel, its expanding product line includes custom designed hoodies, jeans, jewelry, t-shirts, hats and leather goods.


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