Camille Rose’s Beaute Noir Summit proves to be the Juneteenth festival Atlanta wanted

Camille Rose's Beaute Noir festival

It was a weekend full of festival fun, all thanks to the Beaute Noir festival.

Beauty brand, Camille Rose, held the brands first ever three-day-summit in Atlanta for Juneteenth weekend, the Beaute Noir Festival. The primary goal of the event was to celebrate Black beauty, Black culture and change makers in Atlanta and that’s exactly what they did. The summit included several different events - an honoree dinner, with honorees such as ‘Married to Medicine’ star Dr. Heavenly Kimes, an influencer brunch and an influencer soiree which both helped to build relationships with black influencers who are trendsetters and leaders in their space.

Influencers at Beaute Noir Festival
Vicky Ro, Access Atlanta

Then of course, there was the Beaute Noir festival at the Old Fourth Ward Park (Beltline/Skatepark) in Atlanta. The festival had something for everyone – vendors set up with everything from accessories to skin care, a game area for kids, food options and of course, a ton of Instagram worthy set ups for everyone to take pictures.

Vicky Ro at Beaute Noir Festival
Vicky Ro, Access Atlanta

The main stage had no shortage of entertainment with a star-studded lineup. The hip-hop group Goodie Mob (with CeeLo), King aka Kid Saiyan (TI and Tiny’s son) and a host of others hit the stage. There was a full day of performances and programming that was enlisted to inspire and uplift the community. Performances included a ‘Naturals Rip the Runway’ fashion show set up by Atlanta celebrity fashion designers including Tristan Blake, women’s ready to wear and couture designer, Reco Chapple, designer of House of Chapple, and Alani Taylor, who has had superstar clients like Beyonce and more.

Can we take a second to talk about the food? Camille Rose’s Beaute Noir Summit tapped Celebrity Chef Shawn Osbey to curate elevated picnic baskets with a three-course meal and wine bottle pairing. The summit really put thought and effort in the details, down to the great list of vendors participating. There was a curated selection of black-owned and local Atlanta businesses selling jewelry, clothing, feminine care and more.

This may have been Camille Rose’s first Beaute Noir Summit but we’re hoping it’s not the last! You can see all the fun from this weekend below!

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