Designer Andrea Katz’s tango-inspired fashion collection will be presented Sunday, March 12, 2006 Champagne Fashion Brunch to be held at La Prima Donna restaurant, 163 West 47th Street, in the heart of New York City’s Times Square and famous theater district. Doors open at 12:30 p.m. show starts at 1 p.m. 
New York-based designer Andrea Katz has blended her quirky contemporary clothing and accessories line with her addiction to tango. The latest AKO (Andrea Katz Objects) line features clothing as architectural objects for the body. Attention to detail draws on the romanticism of the classic dance, designed to move fluidly on the body, yet not the typical tango slit-skirt look. As an artist, Ms. Katz says that she has never joined anything conventional, but tango demands the use of conventions. The dance may require it but what one wears on as well as off the dance floor certainly does not. Ms. Katz appropriately manufactures her handbags and leather clothing in Buenos Aires. “I am happy to support the Argentine economy,” the designer notes, “as Argentina has given me so much through this dance form.”


 “Ms Katz is an artist on many levels and she brings her passion for tango and art to her fashion design,” says fashion show producer and company CEO Andres Aquino. “It is with great pleasure and excitement we bring her collection to our audience and the press.” 
The talented designer’s unique creations will be presented along with La Prima Donna’s elegant and traditional Tuscan cuisine updated with Venetian style and modern urban panache making for a fabulous afternoon in New York City. “We expect a full house on March 12th,” continues Mr. Aquino, “with guests from Europe, Kentucky, Georgia, Texas, California and the tri-state area. These events are always an enjoyable experience where the audience can actually purchase what they see on the runway.”
Opportunities are available for sponsors and advertisers looking to reach an affluent fashion-conscious audience. They come for special occasions such as family reunions, birthdays and anniversaries, father-daughter outings, and wedding proposals. From the Far East to Europe to Canada and South America, the shows have generated a great deal of interest, and people are buying tickets up to six months in advance. Tickets are available through the company website as well as through various ticket outlets worldwide. 
The participating designers present some of the best wearable couture and exquisite accessories. Recent shows have featured collections by designers from a host of countries including Austria, South Africa, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Switzerland, Germany, Canada, Russia, Israel, Bulgaria, England, India, and USA.Upcoming Champagne Fashion Brunch events will be making donations to a major children’s charity helping to provide food, clean water, medical care and other assistance in poverty stricken countries around the world. 
Producer Andres Aquino is CEO of USA International Fashion Shows and Fashion Syndicate Press, founded in 1997. He is also the founder and creator of New York’s Couture Fashion Week and Bridal Fashion Week, attracting fashion and accessories designers from around the world.

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