Lil Nat to Interview NY Fashion Designer – Michael Porter

Lil Nat’s interview with R&B, hip hop fashion designer Michael Porter. On May 21, 2015, 7pm EST, Porter discussed fashion collections from EnervE Fashion and CTC Designs, the latest fashion shows and what makes this fashion entrepreneur one to watch for at up and coming Fashion Weeks. Some fascinating stuff, as is Michael’s wide variety of customers, from hip-hop moguls to high-end style hounds among the urban chic to drifters of the world.

Natalie “Lil Nat” Barrington known largely as the overnight queen of weekdays has been a member of the major radio families for years. Show host on DTF Radio presents Digital Empire Nation every Thursday evening from 7 to 9pm. Lil Nat, a Brooklyn native with a feisty and charming Jamaican heritage is an alumni at NYU Tisch School of the Arts. While receiving her Film degree, she had her own R&B Radio Show on 89.1 FM WNYU and interviewed celebrity artists such as Erykah Badu. She’s also the executive producer, writer and host of her very own cooking show entitled “On the Back Burner.”

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A fashion designer on the rise; Michael Porter’s designs have been featured in Elegant Magazine, Mafia Magazine, Revenge Magazine, Examiner, Hidden Treasures with Tracy Demarco, Dangerous Lee Radio, Las Vegas Radio, and will be featuring him in late May 2015.

EnervE Fashion and CTC Designs are inspired by the sensual, edgy and provocative side of fashion incorporating Urban, Goth, Rock & Roll, and Sophisticated Edge lifestyles into a couture collection for women. All of Michael Porter’s designs embrace bold colors and edgy fabrics to deliver an awe inspiring collection of dresses, gowns, blouses, jackets, suits and skirts. His wedding gowns have included black feathers made of over a thousand feathers.

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