In celebration of Bohten’s recent launch in Nordstrom stores across North America, we are excited to announce an exclusive, one-time-only experience, the first of its kind for Bohten and the leading fashion retailer. The Bohten Experience is a rare opportunity taking place in the heart of New York City that will include a fireside chat centered around conversations tied to Black culture and identity, and will take place on November 10, 2021 at the Nordstrom flagship store just south of Central Park in Manhattan.
The theme of The Bohten Experience is: “Visions of Change: Transforming How to See the World." The panelists will share lessons on the trials and triumphs they have faced as they worked to build sustainable brands that have made a lasting impact for themselves and the world around them.
Featured panelists include:
Ashley Afriyie, Fashion stylist
Charles Moore, Founder, Petite Ivy Press Founder and Author, The Black Market
Paul Ninson, Photographer, Filmmaker, Executive Director, The Dikan Center
Moderated by: Jasmine Fox-Suliaman, Editor, Who What Wear (WWW)
Join us for an evening of food, drinks and networking with some of the diaspora's industry leaders, media personalities and influencers. We invite you to join us on our mission of shifting cultural paradigms and challenging the status quo, and we challenge you to ask yourself: what do you choose to see differently today? The event is free of charge and open to the public.
Nordstrom is a leading fashion retailer offering compelling luxury items for men, women and kids. For more than 100 years, they've delivered the best possible shopping experience, helping their customers express their style—not just buy fashion. This commitment has taken them from a small Seattle shoe shop to the leading full-line fashion retailers. Their ethos is the belief that we all have a role to play in building and shaping a positive, more inclusive and sustainable future.