What a night for fine art, fashion, NFT’s, and charity! Hosted by William DeBilzan and DeBilzan Galleries, an incredible experience occurred in Delray Beach. One of the most anticipated art shows did not disappoint with some of the hottest pieces of art and talented fashion models. People got their hands on limited art collections, supported a great cause, and enjoyed time spent with amazing people.
This event featured James Trends’ new “Floral Collection” of fine art, including over 20 unseen pieces of art, and his release of his new limited NFT Collection!
This show also featured a fashion show with a clothing line collaboration between James Trend and Sebastian Elney, founder of SERENDIPITY, a luxury clothing brand. These new, unseen garments were modeled at this show by some of the top models in Florida and were available for purchase at the event, which flew off the rack. Beverages and hors d’oeuvres of assorted cheeses, meatballs, and desserts had everyone enjoying.
What some might say the best part of the event was; a portion of the proceeds from the entire event were gifted to A Gift Of Hope foundation. The Gift of Hope breast cancer foundation is a non-profit organization that provides financial support to women in need during their treatment. They pay monthly bills such as electricity, gas, phone, and groceries. Many women must take a leave of absence while in treatment; some have little or no other income. The Gift of Hope believes that no woman should worry about how their bills will be paid. They should only concentrate on getting well.
The event was able to impact many families as large amounts were raised. This was James’ mission from when he first got into doing art professionally. Now, James is curating his events and debuting his best work yet, for the public to come to observe, purchase and support. The event was a huge success as hundreds of people came out to support and take home some original pieces! The night was a hit and James couldn’t have been happier with the night as family, friends, and art collectors from all over Florida came to see what the hype was all about!