Los Angeles based, celebrity fashion designer Lauren Elaine plans big for the spring/summer 2011 season with an inspired Black Label couture dress collection, and a unique Los Angeles Fashion Week unveiling…The runway debut will combine with a red carpet celebrity charity benefit for the “Art of Elysium”- an organization dedicated to art’s education for children with serious medical conditions.
March 22, 2010 — The last show I attended for LA’s Fashion Week was Lauren-Elaine’s “LA Rocks Fashion Week” over at the Key Club in West Hollywood. This time, I was on the guest list as opposed to press which meant I could enjoy the show with a good friend and fashion photographer without being in the trenches with the press. The down side is that I don’t have any images that I can post, but I’m working to get permission and will update this post as soon as I get a few. In the meantime, you can go to Lauren-Elaine Designs on FACEBOOK or to her website www.lauren-elainedesigns.com to get a glimpse of the looks presented that evening and other festivities.
Designs from Emily Factor (emilyfactor.com), Lizzie Parker (www.lizzieparker.com), and Puridee (www.puridee.com) were featured during the show.
That’s right. I am no longer a fashion week virgin, and what a way to begin my newest love affair! On Friday, March, 19, 2010, Directives West (www.directiveswest.com) hosted the First.LA Fashion Show featuring Fall 2010 looks from local contemporary designers. The event was held exclusively for media and fashion industry invitees and held at the beautiful Cooper Building in Downtown LA. As a reality TV aficionado, I was overly geeked to check out Jeffrey Sebelia’s collection, winner from “Project Runway” Season 3 (www.bravotv.com/project-runway), called Fluxus (see Fashion News “Fluxus appoints Jeffrey Sebelia as new Head Designer”). I did get to meet him in person at the end and of course asked him kindly to grant me an interview.
Hope in the City is hosting their 3rd annual gallery event and fashion show during LA’s Fashion Week on March 24, 2010 (see above flyer for details). This a charity event and proceeds will go to Beyond US projects and serveLA. Ticket prices start at $10 and can be purchased HERE.