Janet Jackson wore a striking ensemble as she attended the Fashion Row 15th Anniversary Fashion Show and Style Awards after-party in Harlem on Tuesday.
The That’s the Way Love Goes hitmaker, 56, paired a tiered tan tulle skirt with a black blazer and red and navy tee for an event in New York City.
The sister of the late pop star Michael Jackson also received the ICON of the Year award from founder Brandis Daniel.
Head-turner: Janet Jackson wore an eye-catching ensemble while attending the Fashion Row 15th Anniversary Fashion Show and Style Awards in Harlem after partying on Tuesday.
Janet accessorized her look with a range of glamorous jewelry, including oversized teardrop silver earrings and a chunky white bangle bracelet.
She wore black tassel in a partial braid and styled it in a middling updo with volume that flowed down her back.
The singer accentuated her natural beauty with just a little makeup, with big eyelashes and nude lipstick.
Beauty: The That’s the Way Love Goes hitmaker, 56, paired a tiered tan tulle skirt with a black blazer and red and navy t-shirt for an event in New York City.
Intriguing: Janet complemented the look with a range of glamorous jewelry, including oversized teardrop silver earrings and a chunky white bangle bracelet.
Janet met Brandis on the red carpet where the two women posed together.
The CEO showed off her toned legs in a metallic mini white dress paired with silver heels and matching earrings.
Harlem’s Fashion Row (HFR) officially launched New York Fashion Week on Tuesday in partnership with LVMH.
Cool Gal: She partially braided her black tufts and styled them into a voluminous mid-updo that cascaded down her back.
With the Founders: Janet met Harlem’s Fashion Row CEO Brandis Daniel on the red carpet as the two women posed together
The theme of this year’s show is ‘Future’s Past’, and a press release for the event read, ‘Introducing the future of fashion, underpinned by the untold history of fashion’s countless contributions, sacrifices and innovations, and giving HFR a groundbreaking look. To explore collaborations and elevate black-owned brands.
“This special anniversary event supports further progress for diversity, equality and inclusion in the fashion world.”
Brandis said of the event: But without the work of black designers like Lois Alexander Lane, who created the Harlem Institute of Fashion and the Black Fashion Museum, HFR wouldn’t exist.
ICON: The sister of late pop star Michael Jackson was also honored with the ICON of the Year award from founder Brandis during the event.
Speech: Jackson was seen giving a speech after accepting the award
New York Fashion Week kicks off: Harlem Fashion Row (HFR) officially launched New York Fashion Week on Tuesday in partnership with LVMH.
“Without the work of other sartorial pioneers like Ann Lowe, Elizabeth Keckley and Eunice Johnson, we would not exist. Moving forward into the future by reaching out for
Jackson Wins Icon Award, HFR Announcing a newly created award in honor of the late designer Virgil Abloh. The award, presented by his wife Shannon Abloh, goes to actress and producer Issa Rae.
“Celebrating Virgil’s memory and lasting impact, this award honors like-minded individuals who embody Virgil’s spirit, talent and vision through their invaluable contributions to culture, community and innovation.” the press release said.
In awe: The superstar glanced at her award in awe
Addressing the crowd: Janet addressed the crowd who recorded every word she said on her cell phone
Other prizes for the evening included:Designer of the Year awarded to Sergio Hudson, “Editor of the Year” awarded to Robin Givan, and “Stylist of the Year” awarded to Ade Samuel.
Harlem’s Fashion Row is an arts and entertainment organization that “engages audiences and connects brand partners with emerging designers in fashion,” according to LinkedIn.
“HFR’s mission is to discover and showcase new talent of color through a platform of national events and customized multi-platform programs.”
Fashion: Harlem’s Fashion Row is an arts and entertainment organization that “engages audiences and connects brand partners with fashion’s emerging designers.”