About Black Hearts Ball
TIM+THOM are pleased to announce the 4th annual Black Hearts Ball as one of the events closing out 2017’s Fashion Week; presented by Fashion Week Minnesota (#FWMN) and will be celebrating with you on Friday, April 28th, at the American Swedish Institute (ASI).
Black Hearts Ball is a glamorous black and white formal engagement and fashion event that celebrates opera and the immensely diverse Twin Cities fashion scene by showcasing often unsung designers that thrive to uplift our communities.
Help us celebrate diversity and culture.
Friday, April 28th, 2017
Black Diamond Doors open at 7:00 pm with a private
cocktail hour in the historic Tunbladt Mansion
Black Gold Doors open at 7:00 pm
Runway starts promptly at 9:00 pm
For parking information visit musemn.com/location
Director of operations
Director of Creative Operations
TIM+THOM is a community forward fashion brand focused on growth and diversity in their industries. As advocates for fashion and the arts, they are committed to strengthening relationships within communities, while engaging their audience through thought provoking creative designs and tailor made tastemaker events.
Alex Butterfield - Director of Photography
I have lived in Fairbanks AK, NYC, Washington DC and have worked worldwide from Guam to Saudi Arabia. I have had fun from the Alps to the south pacific, the common thread has been people; I enjoy people and love taking photos of them.
Annie Shurson - Director of Hair and Make Up
I rent a chair at Salon Sa Bel in Uptown where I do both hair and makeup services. Vintage updos/makeup and edgy razor cuts are my specialty. I am Lead H/MUA for Grinkie Photography, Director of Makeup for TIM+THOM, and freelance with multiple bridal companies throughout the metro. I have done print, editorial, film, and my work can regularly be seen on the runway. My favorite thing to do is to make everyday people look and feel beautiful.
Jess Bell - Assistant Lead
Jess is a Minneapolis based creative who shares many different passions, including her love of mini pigs. She sees fashion as a way to wear who you are quite literally on your sleeve. "Fashion should be about celebrating your life and your culture and your personality. Learning about fashion is essentially learning about people, and I really love people."