Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 27, 2013
Leading women’s shoe designer, J.Reneé, is proud to announce its partnership with Taiwan born, American designer Malan Breton at “Celebrate Taiwan at Grand Central Terminal,” a cultural presentation to celebrate Grand Central Station’s 100th Anniversary.
The Taiwan Tourism Bureau Offices in New York partnered with the Smithsonian Museum to promote Taiwan culture. The event will be celebrating the Smithsonian’s “Museum Day Live,” Grand Central Station’s 100th Anniversary and the best of what Taiwan can offer.
On Saturday, September 28th, Breton’s models will be showcasing his collections during the “Celebrate Taiwan at Grand Central Terminal.” From 11AM-2PM, Taiwan born American designer Malan Breton will host a fashion presentation, featuring J.Reneé shoes, which will be worn by the models.
“We partnered with Malan during New York Fashion Week and we are excited that he is continuing to use us as one of his go-to brands,” says J.Renee designer, Kai Harrison.
Malan Breton is the designer and creative director behind Malan Breton Furs, Fantôme and Malan Breton HOMME Collections. Breton has been designing since the age of 11 and is known for his signature detailing and fabrics. His designs have appeared at red carpets around the world in addition to media outlets across the globe.
J.Renee’ is the signature brand of Remac, L.L.P., a family-owned business founded in 1974 by husband and wife team Renee’ and Micky Harrison. The eponymous J.Renee’ brand is passionate about developing vibrant, feminine and innovative products combined with top of the line quality. Our goal is to provide the fashion savvy customer designer looks at affordable prices. The collection features elegant fabrics, trend right prints and bold embellishments. Eric and Kai Harrison shared their parent’s vision and took the reins in 2008, creating footwear and accessories to fulfill the company’s vision, giving women more opportunities to feel fabulous! Remac L.L.P. is based near Dallas, Texas and distributes product world-wide in department stores, specialty chains and independently owned stores and boutiques.