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By Mina Atac
September 17, 2010
Historical Orpheum Theater hosted another great fashion benefit last night. Glamorama! The event was packed with fashionistas, celebrities and socialites. As the name suggested it was a glamorous event!
The fashion show highlighted the work of major designers such as Material Girl (designed by Madonna and her daughter Lourdes), Tommy Hilfiger (congratulations to Mr. Hilfiger who is celebrating the brand’s 25th anniversary this year), Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss and Roberto Cavalli, among many others. Grammy Award-winning artist Macy Gray and singer-songwriter Eric Hutchinson performed in the spectacular fundraiser benefiting AIDS Project Los Angeles and Project Angel Food.
The fabulous after-party took place at the California Market Center. The haute players on the scene: Michael Jackson’s sister La Toya Jackson, actress Sara Rue, professional tennis player Serena Williams, actress Masiela Lusha, singer Brandy and “The Hills” star Lo Bosworth.
© 2010 Haute Living
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