J. Mica work at NYFW, A Fashion Night Out Networking Event & Photography Exhibition

Courtesy: Daniel Quintanilla
Courtesy: Daniel Quintanilla
Courtesy: Daniel Quintanilla
Courtesy: Daniel Quintanilla
Courtesy: Daniel Quintanilla

Active Cultured Fashion (Not Yogurt)

The first night of New York Fashion Week in New York City on Thursday evening brought out all kinds of celebrated fashionistas to the scene of catwalks alike, and there was plenty of time to party in-between the runway shows, where the champagne and cocktails flowed, the selfies went on overdrive, and the arts in the midst of it all got seen by these revelers, J. Mica was no different when he showcased his artwork at the Renaissance New York Midtown Hotel during a photography exhibition he held while a networking event took place.

Aside from a moment for many to celebrate one’s own fashion sense and sharing it with millions around the world, the work of J. Mica took center stage which features beautiful gorgeous African-American women starting out with the image of a woman who’s young face and long hair is half submerged in water, with the model’s beautiful eyes, eyebrows, mascara, and unsubmerged hair completely dry for all the world to see.

The cultured side of this networking photographic exhibition is the true beauty of African culture being illustrated in the beautiful young women who are transformed in tribal times in an ultimately glorious outcome, as well as a beautiful dark brown one-piece swimsuit with fine detailed V design in the cleavage area, both photos with bliss show off the ever-glowing skin both these picture young models are proud of.

Aside from the art at hand, a great deal of young people of all cultures came out to celebrate not only their beauty, but the inner and outer beauty of the culture they’re inherited with.

Daniel Quintanilla


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