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September 21, 2010
Some of the fashion industry's top designers joined Macy's to present their 28th annual Passport spectacular, "Glamorama" at the historic Orpheum Theater in downtown Los Angeles on Sept. 16th to benefit AIDS Project Los Angeles and Project Angel Food.
Hugo Boss, Tracy Reese, Tommy Hilfiger, 2(x)ist, Just Cavalli and Madonna's Material Girl were just some of the lines on display and CBSRedCarpet is the only camera taking you backstage for the show rehearsal and to speak with some of the models and people behind this epic event. Then it's onto the red carpet for all the celebrity arrivals and then exclusive access to the VIP-only afterparty.
For more information on Macy's Passport, visit www.macys.com/glamorama
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