Something About The Way You Look Tonight (2016 Otis Fashion Show)
May11

Something About The Way You Look Tonight (2016 Otis Fashion Show)

[Founding Chair of Fashion Design at Otis College, Rosemary Brantley]   Otis College of Art and Design fashion show and benefit embodied the lyrics of Elton John’s song, “Something About the Way You Look Tonight.” The night’s runway presentations were breath taking and featured original designs by Otis students.  The tribute also celebrated Rosemary Brantley’s services to the college: design of the fashion programs’ curricula...

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On The 12th Day Of Brit Week Julien Macdonald Gave To Me A Fashion  Show For Art For Amnesty
May08

On The 12th Day Of Brit Week Julien Macdonald Gave To Me A Fashion Show For Art For Amnesty

  Photo: Julien Macdonald’s Fashion Show Photo Credit: Shannon O’Connor Upon entrance the show was an L.A. dream sequence. The DJ set the mood for a legendary evening with beats that had all the beautiful people dancing in their seats. The purple chandeliers along with the Prince’s iconic music showed much respect to the recently departed.. The champagne flowed, and the selfies trend never got old.   The Fashion show...

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Daniel Bohbot Unseats Cavalli As The New King of Rock & Roll
Apr10

Daniel Bohbot Unseats Cavalli As The New King of Rock & Roll

[tweet_box design=”box_13_at” float=”left” width=”40%” author=”Jeremy Bamidele” pic_url=”http://losangelesentertainmentnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/Jeremy-72DSC_0093.jpg”]The Bohbot woman is a myth; she is an unattainable aspiration able to move unencumbered by the restrictions of mere mortals.[/tweet_box] Daniel Bohbot incinerated LA Fashion Week with Coachella’s...

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Katharine Hamnett Campaigns For Ethical Fashion
Mar06

Katharine Hamnett Campaigns For Ethical Fashion

[foogallery id=”5143″] Katharine Hamnett made fashion political.  While fashion statements of the past which re-envisioned the female body could have been said to be political in some sense, there was no doubt of this for Hamnett.  She is best known today for her political T-shirt and ethical business practices. A graduate of Saint Martin’s School of Art, Hamnett’s career took off in the mid-1980s.  She was known for her...

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Madeleine Chéruit: Fashion in the Early 20th Century
Mar05

Madeleine Chéruit: Fashion in the Early 20th Century

[foogallery id=”5068″] In her generation, Madeleine Chéruit was unmistakably a huge fashion influence.  In France, Chéruit was one of the first women ever to control a major fashion house.  Today, she is best remembered for a series of portraits of her which were painted by Paul César Helleu, but her greatest contributions were to the world was fashion. Madeleine was born on June 9th, 1866.  Vogue described her as “a Louis...

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Mitchell Slaggert is a Face to Watch in the 2016 Men’s Fashion Calendar
Mar03

Mitchell Slaggert is a Face to Watch in the 2016 Men’s Fashion Calendar

[foogallery id=”5052″] Men’s Fashion Month is in full swing. It began in New York, and it is now moving to London, Milan and finally Paris.  It is a constant wave of runway shows, presentations, and other events. Soon after, we will roll into the Summer Events, and then in the fall is the 2017 fashion lineups. This year’s fashion contains a host of new talent. Among them is Mitchell Slaggert of Fayetteville,...

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