STYLE AWARDS 2019

Vote Now for Style Week Pittsburgh’s NEXT UP! People’s Choice Award

NEXT UP! People’s Choice Award! celebrates the new wave of style influencers and makers in our area


Public voting will begin Monday, July 22 and end Monday, August 5.

Winners will be announced during the Style Awards Friday, August 16th
Indigo Hotel 6-9 p.m. Purchase your tickets HERE


Vote now!

Jasmine Cho, Founder of Yummyholic – A self-taught baker and artist, Jasmine has been baking up sweet treats for 20 years. She has received a number of accolades including CREATOR of the Year (Pittsburgh Technology Council, Creative Industries Network), Small Business Community Champion (Citizens Bank), and the Women & Business Award (Pittsburgh Magazine). A 2019 TEDxPittsburgh speaker, Jasmine encourages everyone to build their own platforms in the way she uses cookies to elevate awareness on social justice issues.


Duane Binion, Co Executive Director at True T Pittsburgh – True T Entertainment (a division of True T Inc.) bridges the underground LGBTQ culture with mainstream society. Through hosting bi-monthly events (Vogue Pittsburgh), sharing news and information via True T Radio, and providing resources and information for STD, HIV/AIDS awareness in partnerships with PATF (Pittsburgh Aids Task Force), our mission is to provide the underprivileged LGBTQ community of Pittsburgh, PA and surrounding areas the the proper resources in which our community lacks.


Elaine Healy, Designer – Elaine Healy is a Pittsburgh-based luxury designer focused on the intersection of personal style and the avant-garde. Fascinated by the man-versus-machine aesthetic, her collections embody a merging of technical processes and hand-rendered techniques. Elaine has presented collections at Vancouver Fashion Week & the Carnegie Museum of Art, and will present her SS19 collection in Pittsburgh this September. She is currently open for collaborations, investors and partnerships.


Imani Jahaan, Founder, Imani Jahaan Vintage Imani Jahaan vintage is a brain child that began in my sophomore year of college. Back then I used a different name and sold vintage clothing out of my dorm room and used my dearest college friend to model all of my finds. Now, photos taken of the vintage clothing and overall aesthetic of my website has been taken to new heights, which is solely attributed to the photography prowess and innovative eye of my business partner Darren Talent.

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