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with Rick Davy

Rick Davy is the Founder and Director of BKSF and the Creative Director and Producer of Fashion Week Brooklyn (FWBK). Rick is originally from Trinidad and spent years traveling between New York and Montreal while training to be a professional dancer. Rick eventually became a full-time assistant manager at NYU Tisch School of the Arts film department and subsequently studied photography and film production. 

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Fashion Week Brooklyn draws crowds through the Metaverse

Fashion Week Brooklyn (FWBK) has emerged as one of the leading fashion events showcasing the talent of aspiring and established designers from across the globe, according to Sarah A. Freiseis, special projects manager at the Brooklyn-based entertainment company PlaybookMG.


Fashion Week Brooklyn Explores the Intersection of Style and Technology

Fashion Week Brooklyn is exploring the intersection of fashion and technology. The theme for 2022 Season 2 is Metaverse of Fashion, and the virtual world is allowing people to interact with each other in a more immersive environment. 


Fashion Week Brooklyn Season 2 Creators

It’s Fashion Show season, again! While the Spring 2023 collections during Fashion Month have almost wrapped, Fashion Week Brooklyn (FWBK) Season 2 Creators is about to happen! FWBK, now one of the leading fashion events showcasing aspiring and established designers from across the globe, is happening. (1).jpg

Regina Kravitz Time After Time Fashion Event

An 80’s Fashion Retrospective

Benefiting Brooklyn Fashion Incubator& Brooklyn Style Foundation


A Haven for Local Labels and Global Creators

Fashion Week Brooklyn just presented its 2022 line up of local designers and innovators, with Brooklyn as the backdrop and axis of activity. Continuing to nurture fashion and commerce by providing visibility and ... (2).png

Made in NYC showcased at Fashion Week Brooklyn

According to Sarah A. Freiseis, special projects manager at the Brooklyn-based entertainment company,, Made in NYC is the Pratt Center for Community Development’s local branding..


Pamela Anderson steps out in the city

The BK Style Foundation, is a grass roots, Brooklyn based non profit which promotes women-owned , minority owned fashion brands, in fashion shows and other events. 


From 80s Inspired Styles to an Online Fashion Metaverse

Organizers BK|Style Foundation have been running the event for 16 years, however it’s unlikely that there has ever been one quite like this, where the physical and digital are so intertwined. (2)AS.png

BK Style Foundation taps Playbook MG as Public Relations Partner for Fashion Week Brooklyn

The most creative borough of New York has long been recognized as Brooklyn, an unrivaled hub of innovation that carries indisputable clout. The 501c3 non-profit BK|Style Foundation (BK|SF) is once again bringing Fashion Week Brooklyn (FWBK) to life.



FWBK “Haute Brooklyn” Unveils Emerging Talent in Fashion, Music, and Entertainment A week-long event filled with sleek designs, creative panel, impeccable performances and philanthropy


Sew Off is a BK Style Foundation (BK Speaks) production bringing awareness to sustainable fashion, bridging together designers and fashion influencers, who are some of the toughest critics of the fashion industry.


Age in Fashion is a dialogue produced by BK Style Foundation (BK Speaks) and The Chi Group. The event is part of Fashion Week Brooklyn’s week-long event for SS2018 collections (Oct 1-7, 2017)...

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