Limited Tickets Available NOW to this exclusive buyers only event!


Thursday, January 11, 2018
The Houston Event Venue
3118 Harrisburg Blvd. Suite 101
Doors Open @ 8pm
Doors Close @ 9pm

For the fourth year, The Project Fashion Show brings together and introduces you to some of Houston's most exclusive in the fashion industry. Our annual fashion event will bring you designers from Houston, Louisiana and DC, showcasing in a neon classic vibe created by Tag Team Entertainment. This years fashion show will be exclusive to buyers with limited tickets available to the public. 

We create a platform for designers to showcase their craft to some of the top fashion influencers, business owners, bloggers and entertainments elite, for a night of networking and fashion. TPFS has become leaders in supporting the growing community of artist, designers, photographers and stylist in Houston and surrounding areas, all while bringing their work to center stage.



Each year, Tag Team Entertainment donates partial proceeds from all ticket sales to our non profit organization, “Donate A Meal”. Donate a meal provides food to those less fortunate in the Houston area every Thanksgiving and Christmas morning.  
However,in late August, the city of Houston was hit by the first major category four hurricane to hit landfall in 12 years. With more than 48k homes affected by Harvey, and over a thousand comepletely destroyed, there are still a large amount of people needing assistance. Because of this, The Project Fashion Show, Tag Team Entertainment and all of its partners have decided that partial proceeds from TPFS ‘18 part 1 will assist in providing funds to furnish two dwellings of families who lost everything due to Hurricane Harvey.

Partnerships are open to any business or brand that aligns with TPFS aesthetic and brand. Please email Hello@TheProjectFashionShow to request sponsorship and/or partnership opportunities.




Veronica Schofield is a clothing designer with a unique vision for the stylish women on the go. VCheri Designs embody classic textures with fresh colorful functionality. Her designs convey confidence, beauty, and satisfaction to those that take an interest in her creations.
Veronica patterned her first ventures into the clothing business after her mom-- - a career seamstress in New Orleans.
Veronica's work has been featured in online and print publications like Oxygen Magazine, XEX Magazine, New Orleans Gambit Magazine, Design Scene, and most recently Elegant Magazine.
“The way we dress today is not the way we dressed yesterday. We do business differently, shop differently, eat differently. Everything is different. How great would it be to own an article of clothing that will meet whatever difference you may encounter? Beautiful, easy to wear, classic functionality.”



Diéu Est is high couture fashion at its best. Calculated cut and sew. Every piece is created from scratch and tailored to perfection. Buyers also have the option of creating their own desired piece. Diéu Est represents the brilliant, the aggressive and the risky. 


Khala Jones was born in St. Paul Minnesota and raised in Houston Texas where she became a self-taught seamstress and began internships at the age of 16 with local fashion boutiques around the city. She followed her passion to Howard University in Washington DC, where she minored in Fashion Merchandising and continued to hone into her skills throughout college. Upon her arrival to Los Angeles she stayed within the fashion community and worked with a fashion PR firm, and continued to style many influencers. 
As a new emerging designer Khala has been able to catch the eye of many celebrities, stylists, and the most major publications alike. Her buzz is intriguing but her forward thinking is what has made Grayscale become the sensation that it has. 
Grayscale is focused on self-love, encouraging everyone to feel bold and fearless in their own right. 


Jamel Hawk's collections incorporate a focus on fit and construction, similar to classic silhouettes that are known and loved today, but has textures, prints, and colors that are unconventional for menswear defying industry "norm". Jamel Hawk’s stapled mixed textures, inside-out pockets, exposed seam lines, pleated t-shirts, raw edges and use of stretch fabrics symbolizes the evolution of the modern day gentlemen. Jamel Hawk’s aesthetic and vision for menswear has created a bridge between luxury, athleisure, and streetwear as we know it today.
In 2016, Jamel partnered with his childhood best friend John Anthony Roy whom he first met while attending The High School for the Performing Visual Arts, one of three schools of its kind in the United States. They officially launched in April 2017.The creative and dynamic duo were a perfect match with the potential to be an unstoppable force in the fashion industry.


I’ve always had a passion for design, said clothing designer Ryan Knew. Not always in the aspect of clothing but design in general. From set, to installation design has always been the forefront. Ryan fell into clothing from growing up impoverished. Altering garments or even buying certain designers armor, was Ryan's cloak to cover my his emotions with great garments. Fashion just became the defining design; what he became known for. Ryan Knew represents fashion as nothing but great clothes covering ugly emotions and he's stood by that to this day when creating.

Starting to design while in the service was something that didn’t just maintain his interest in the industry, but helped him find an aesthetic foothold.
-Complex Magazine




Want to be a part of TPFS team, see a list of our available positions HERE and follow the steps provided.