September 28th, 2018 | September 29th, 2018


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It’s that time of the year again...

red carpet
Awards Ceremony
Fashion Runway
gala Dinner

Hollywood Biggest Nights

Fri Sep. 28th, 2018


About the event

red carpet
Awards Ceremony

A gathering of  celebrities,dignitaries, royalties,politicians, entrepreneurs, From Hollywood, Bollywood, and Nollywood.

It will also be an evening where some of the most prominent fashion designers will expose and sell their latest creations.

Abusuan Hollywood Biggest Night is an annual fundraising and red carpet event to honor very special people from around the globe who are doing something special to impact the world in their respective fields.We recognize dignitaries, celebrities, political  leaders during this special night.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit two Afro-Caribbean organizations.

The beneficiaries would need to express their commitment toward their community and  show their capacity for initiating sustainable development and improvement in those three areas: Clean water, Erasing Child labor, and Electrification in rural areas.

Tickets are available now : General admission: $ 70 USD – VIP : $ 250 USD .

Three Social Causes for 2018.  


Abussuan Hollywood Fashion Runway

A.    H.      F.      R.

Starting September 2018, we will have a very excited unique lineup of great international designers. This exclusive day will roll out in Hollywood. Shinning a spotlight on the fashion runway, arts, and culture with a global twist, the annual Hollywood biggest night celebration will include series with internationally renowned designers and industry experts. 
The Abussuan Hollywood Fashion Runway. “A.H.F. R” is a festival of fashion, art, and culture located in the most multicultural and diverse city in America.

AHFR is to create a platform where fashion is celebrated within an environment that provides a catalyst for media engagement and coverage, retail activity and global connectivity, thus broadening designers reach into international market. 

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