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August 3, 2010
You might think twice about shipping off to NY Fashion Week this September. First of all, Fashion’s NIght Out on September 10 will be big on Rodeo Drive, with lots of activities planned. (We hear Armani’s lined up a celebrity to do a big fashion presentation!) And on September 16th, Macy’s we hold their annual Passport fashion show, this year called “Glamorama.” It benefits Aids Project Los Angeles and Project Angel Food, and will show runway items from Tommy Hilfiger, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Tracy Reese, Calvin Klein, Just Cavalli and more. There will be a post part at the California Mart, as the main show will be held at 8pm at the downtown Orpheum Theater at 842 South Broadway. It’s a very dramatic locale in which to stage a fashion show. And in the past, Elizabeth Taylor has shown up to give speaches about the importance of contributing to AIDS Research.
If you want more info or ticket info, go to www.macys.com and check it out.
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