The Gen Art Alumni Fashion Fete

in Los Angeles : March 16, 2010

Gen Art, a national organization dedicated to promoting and supporting excellence among emerging talent, joined forces with 17 of the non-profit’s “Fresh Faces In Fashion” alumni for an event not only celebrating the Los Angeles fashion community as a whole, but also specifically acknowledging the contributions of the designers who have been featured through the Gen Art design platform.

Each of the designers was accompanied by a model to showcase a signature look from their forthcoming collections.

I, on the other treacherously manicured claw, attended

To The Egress!

Picture 23 of 23

such a poignant way to express "Hit the door—the Party's over, kids!" :: agreed? :: and yes, again: thanks GenArt (and Blink!) :: for a most excellent :: excellent time, indeed... :: x o x

further acts of bloggamy :: await

—via the following clicky-links:

Gen Art (Official) Special Programming

Zoetica‘s Photo Flurry at Chinashop Mag

Emili Vesilind for The L.A. Times Blog

Claire Butler for The L.A. Times Style Section

N. Jayne Seward’s blog is VeryVeryChic, indeed…

The ubiquitous Felix Salzman (a.k.a. ‘felixfoto’) of Lookbook L.A.

Gigi Hooghkirk’s coverage at FIDM’s Fashion Club Daily

Racked L.A.

The Fashion Patrol

Guest of a Guest

Portland Fashion News Examiner

BizBash Los Angeles


Gossip On This! (Photos of party host Amber Rose)

Comments (3)

  1. 5:33 pm, April 28, 2012jordan adams  / Reply

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  2. 12:40 pm, June 2, 2010Pl. Emerson Williams  / Reply

    Oooo, I spy FLUXUS shades over at Chinashop Mag. If the word is used with a different significance than the one I assume, I do not wish to be disabused…

  3. 10:22 am, April 19, 2010Joanna Carr  / Reply

    Adorable pictures!

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