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Jason Harvey and his mom, Marjorie Harvey attend the debut of his new collection, "Eden on Hush", in collaboration with New York designer John Bryd-Olivieri, at Magic City in Atlanta, Ga.

The event was also a celebration of the launch of Jason's new creative house, called Worldly.

The collection will be launched on Helloworldly.com.

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Pictured L-R: John Bryd-Olivieri (Designer), Amanda Harvey (model), Jason Harvey (CEO of WORLDLY)

The popular gentleman's club in downtown Atlanta was jam-packed with key influencers from Atlanta's fashion scene. The night was everything "Atlanta" - from ready-to-wear fashion, great music, and more.

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Among Harvey's goals for Helloworldly.com is to provide resources to help Black and Brown designers get to the next level.

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Left to Right: Tee (Xclusive Game), Middleman (Fitting Room B), Kris Shelby (Celebrity Stylist)

About Worldly:

Worldly, a creative house curated by Jason Harvey to empower design talent of color, is excited to announce the launch of its first-ever collaboration with designer John Byrd-Olivieri. Entitled "Eden on Hush", the new collection is a rich blend of Harvey's and Byrd-Olivieri's style of avant-garde cirque, streetwear, theatrical costumes, and grand classicism.

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Sharlinda Parker (Entreprenuer), Q. Parker (Singer, 112)

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Jerick McKinnon (Kansas City Chiefs)

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L-R: Octavius Terry (Fashion Designer), Quad (Married to Medicine), Phreshy (Publicist)

Photo credit: Kayla Hughes of Quinae Photography and Devin Armstrong of Grandpa Productions

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