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By Rachel Vincent
August 15, 2011
If you’re one of those people who needs a month’s notice for a coffee date, make sure you mark this one on your calendar. Just kidding, nobody uses calendars anymore. But pop this bad boy in your Blackberry if you’re going to be in the vicinity of Los Angeles this September 23rd.
Pauly Perrette will be hosting the festivities from The Orpheum Theatre, and starting at 8pm there will be performances from Cee Lo Green and The Far East Movement, and a tribute to Elizabeth Taylor by Sharon Stone. Taylor founded the Macy’s Passport Glamorama event in 1982 as a charity fashion show, and it’s been a not-to-be-missed event since then. This year’s theme is ARTrageous, and the show will feature heavy hitter designers like Karl Lagerfeld, Tracey Reese and Calvin Klein. All proceeds from the event will benefit AIDS Project Los Angelesand Project Angel Food.
Tickets are on sale now at blueroomevents.com/glamorama, and don’t miss the after party at Cal Mart in Downtown LA!
© 2011 Cliché Magazine
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