The Matt Sarafa and Jonathan Marc Stein joint 'Rich Collection' and exclusive fashion show was everything you thought it would be and more.
The exclusive fashion show, held in Los Angeles on the strip of Fairfax was the quintessential image of what young feirce Hollywood was. Top social media influencer's, models, actors and admirers gathered for an evening of glamour and sofistication. The shows began with collections from both designers individually. It tastefully displayed their style and uniqueness as creatives.
Finally, the last show of the evening had arrived; the grand finale. A collaborative effort, The Rich Collection.
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Matt Sarafa and Jonathan Marc Stein's MJ$xJMS Rich Collection brought you into the world of "over the top" and "just enough." Matt Sarafa's statement furs, ostentatious jewlry pieces, belts and hair accessories added a flare to the classic and timeless element that Jonathan Marc Stein incorprates into his designs. The joint collection was edgy, sexy, daring and absolutely fun to watch. There was a sleek element in all of the pieces that hugged the body in the right places and unbashedly dripped in sexappel.
We want to thank Matt Sarafa, Jonathan Marc Stein and Modern LaLa Land for inviting us out, creating such a beautiful show and fun experinece!
xoxo, Holly Girlz
We entered the venue of the Peterson Automotive Museum excited for the evening that awaited us. We swiftly checked in (thanks to the amazing staff) and headed straight to the fashion shows that were beginning soon after our arrival. We marveled at the wide selction of cars (old and new) that gave a brief history of the U.S. and its evolution. On the way to our seats we were more than delighted to run into a familiar face and friend, designer Toohey of Toohey's Ties.
Holly Girlz with Designer Toohey of Toohey's Ties.
Los Angeles Based King Design was a fresh look and take on casual wear with a flare and edge that was simple and sleek, yet impactful. This collection was sexy and unapologetic in its display. The models embraced their bodies and curves with confidence as they walked the runway. The designs continuously swapped from chic and timeless, to edgy, sporty and daring. The sexy cut out leather pieces and skirts complemented the green ribbed-knit ensembles. The bathing suits played with the current trend of animal prints, metallic matching sets and solids. King Design was fun, daring and very enjoyable to watch.
Stories from Arabia:
Fatima Idrissi Filali
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Moroccan designer, Fatima Idrissi Filali began the "Stories From Arabia" theme, and was our absolutely favorite collection of the night. The ornately and intricately embellished gowns were meant for royalty and left you dazzled. The collection transported you into a fantasy. The models regally walked the runway in rows of three and two, slow enough for you to take in all of the details from the caftans they adorned. They strategically entered color coded in yellows, tan, blue, greens and pinks. The finale was the wedding dress of wedding dresses. It absolutely took our breathe away and the pictures don't do it justice. The beaded detail, gold and silver appliqués in the train, paired with sequin and lace was more than we knew we needed in a wedding dress. We can't wait to see more from this amazing designer.
Stories from arabia:
The final show of the night was designer Hessa Alhemel. The collection was classy, fun and playful in its style and delivery. Bold cut-out satins were matched with chiffon and tweed pieces that draped the floor making an elegant effect. The collection played with layers and bold colors of Tiffany blue and pearl pink. Some items reinvented the idea of what work-wear for the woman can and should look like. Other items stood as pieces of art -perfect for an evening out with the stars or walking the red carpet. This collection offered a sweet ending to our LAFW experience and fashion shows.
Speacial Thank You to PR/Media Coordinator Jumi Aluko for all of her help.
Until Next Time!
Art Hearts Fashion F/W 19' was a festive night, full of main attractions and Hollywood flare. We entered the DTLA venue of The Majestic downtown, anticipating a great night. For us, the night was to the point and filled with excitement and action all within a comfortable span of time. We were blessed enough to bring our family along for the magic that is Art Hearts Fashion. Our parents attended the fashion show as well as our god brother- international professional basketball player and model Sanu Basu. The night was destined to be exceptional and didn't disappoint.
Mister Triple X
The fashion shows ended, but the party had just began as drummers and Brazilian dancers lit up the main common room area. All of the guests circled around them in front of the dj booth, as the dancers twirled in-between footwork and the drummers chanted and moved in routine throughout the set. Long story short, we had to get a picture.
Big Thank you to Eric Rosete and Art Hearts Fashion for having us and showing us such an amazing time!
Until next time!
LA Fashion Week, was an absolute dream! When we arrived at the Petersen Automotive Museum, we were razzle dazzled by the display of timeless automobiles. LAFW made a tasteful choice in hosting it there, adding an elegant layer to the fashion show. When it was time for the shows to start, we were kindly escorted to our seats. Once we sat, we took a moment to take in the ambience. Lucky for us, we had killer views of the runway!
IRISHLATINA brought stainable materials to the forefront, and turned it into art. Her colorful collection popped with style, edge and fun as she played with layers, corsets and matching sets. Draw string and laced quilted vests were a SHOW STOPPER as "No New Waste" layed on the flyers given before the show began. The highlight of highlights? As the show continued, a professional dancer gave us all a run for our money, in upper and lower body strength laced in the collection. Truly a sight to see.
Big Thank You to Irina Marchuk and IRISHLATINA for having us.
Thank you to the LAFW staff for being so helpful and kind.
Until next time!
Written By: Ariana Holly and Amsara Holly
Edited By: Amsara Holly
Ariana and I attended the first set of shows on Friday. As we entered, due to the direction of one of the staff, we sat on the balcony above the runway. I thoroughly loved the seating arrangements and options. On the above balcony you can see the people scurrying to find their seats below, the camera staff and other fellow press gathering their equipment to capture the perfect shot and Art Hearts staff clearing the runway for the show to begin.
Friday nights fashion shows featured Mister Triple X, Grayling Purnell, Argyle Grant, Melissa Mercedes, Venus Prototype, Usama Ishtay and Michael Ngo (not in that order).
Grayling Purnell was a sophisticated and glamorous collection that played with the idea of dressing up and dressing down by pairing models in gowns with men who were styled in what appeared to be sweatsuits, shorts sets and sweat jackets with an upscale and jeweled twist. The collection played with beaded work and appliqués in a manner that didn’t overwhelm you, but left you wanting more. Gray and gold were a common theme in the collection with hints of color in blue, red and yellow.
Argyle Grant is a fun men’s swimwear line, ranging from swimwear to button down t-shirts and backpack’s. The collection was fun and colorful, ranging in multiple hues of blue, orange, yellow and green. Matching sets with bold prints made a simple men’s swimsuit, a now sophisticated daytime look.
The Melissa Mercedes Collection was a favorite of the night. The show began with a drummer who started off the Caribbean feel for the show, shortly after the models started gracing the runway and Celia Cruz was playing in the background. The show was festive and highly expressive. As a collection that caters to plus size women, it showcased them as fun, sexy, elegant and free. It was a breathe of fresh air to see the form fitting and flowing dresses with high slits and thigh high lengths grace the runway. It was also nice to see swimwear that wasn’t afraid to be daring and elegant.
Mister Triple X
The Mister Triple X collection was fun, sophisticated and sexy. The swimwear on men and women played with bold tropical, animal prints and the adored logo. The casual wear was sporty and relaxed, yet still managed to look comfortable and sexy. My favorite items from the show were the metallic dresses that double as cover-ups for the swimwear. Glamorous and fun, I would easily ditch the swimsuit and wear it on its own. I loved the contrast of glam and edge that Mister Triple X provides in its pieces.
The Usama Ishtay collection was dedicated to simple lines and asymmetrical cut outs. Black, orange and white were the primary colors used for the flowing gowns. One armed cocktail dresses and sheer skirts drew as a contrast to the beautiful wedding dresses throughout the entire show.
The Michael Ngo collection was a mix of urban and sports wear with a futuristic feel. A lot of metallics, blacks, gold, deep blues and white were used to bring the looks together. High shoulders, jogger pants, cropped sweatshirts and belted jackets were continuous themes within the collection. A dance routine in the middle of the show brought the collection to life.
Charles and Ron
Charles and Ron made absolutely no mistake in allowing us to pay attention to all of the little details in their work. They displayed remarkable and intricate sequin designs contrasted by textile and sheer-like prints. Their designs are not like anything you’ve ever seen before. Originality and precision must be their goal. The designers truly knew how to capture the crowds eye.
Dahil Republic of Couture
The Dahil Republic of Couture collection playfully used African Prints. They shared with us the sweet and raw essence of their African culture through their designs. With tastefully beaded necklaces and outfits that wore the body with grace, we got to see the outcome of a designer that really explored fabrics and styles. Dahlia Republic of Couture definitely knows how to spice up a woman’s closet.
Paraval is a sporty collection of urban wear that playfully mixed with colors, layers and matching sets. What stood out the most for me were the thick jackets layered with matching sets. The track suit sets varied in bold colors of orange, green and orange. Stripes and patches were playfully used to give contrast and uniformity. Overall Paraval was fun, young and could be easily seen on the rappers of today.
We walked toward the red carpet area and ran into Jerry Z for the second night in a row, who we were equally delighted to see. Jerry introduced us to his photographer friends and asked for a third round of song, naturally we obliged and were happy to do it.
Afterward, we informed them that Sanefers birthday had just passed, they all sang happy birthday to her. A moment we will never forget. After Jerry and his friends left, we conversed with Art Hearts Founder Eric Rossetti and assured him that we enjoyed the show as well as wished him a great night. Toward the end of our conversation, hebegan to take pictures of male models wearing his Mister Triple X collection of underwear. He encouraged us to take a picture with his models (which was definitely one of the highlights of my night😏). After the mini-photoshoot with the jaw dropping models we received valuable advice from Art Hearts Producer Didi Roberts. By the end of the conversation, we took a look around and noticed that we were the only ones left- realizing it was time for us to leave. In conclusion, Art Hearts is by far one of my favorite fashion shows to go to! I like to think of it as the Great Gatsby of fashion shows.
We were there as press for Modern LaLa Land TV and our blog SoHG.
Shortly after checking in, we received wristbands from Patricia, a kind woman working the table who put a wristband on the side for our family member, Muwira, who was on her way.
As the red carpet crowded, we found it best to enter the show, secure the seating arrangements (If there were any, because we were press) and take over the red carpet at a later time.
We entered the Crystal Ballroom. Though the invitation announced that the fashion shows would take place in the Emerald ballroom- two doors down. It didn’t change the mood or make a grand difference, nor were we displeased. The architecture mimicked the Victorian era as paintings of angels, people, birds and clouds dressed the walls, pillars and ceiling. The paintings were complimented with a chandelier standing as the centerpiece. Miniature candle lit versions of chandeliers protruded on the second floor of the venue, between the balconies. It felt as if inspired by a scene out of Disney’s, Beauty and the Beast.
Next on our agenda, was our placement. Due to some confusion as to where the press was allowed to be, and can’t be- we split up. Ariana stood on the balcony of the second floor getting a top view of the entire ballroom. Taia and I stood at the foot of the runway with the videographers ready to get up close and personal. Sa’Nefer shortly met up with Muwira and enjoyed the fashion show from the perfectly organized seats on each side of the runway. The setting was perfect.
We anticipated the fashion shows to begin. We looked forward for it to be raining men. After all, it is a men’s fashion show!
The show began with the introduction of the first designer, Giovanni Testi. Giovanni Testi described his self titled brand as a fashion forward formal men’s brand based out in LA. He shared his excitement around showcasing his “Spring collection of timeless pieces” and also went on to thank everyone who attended for their support.
To our surprise, the fashion show was opened, by a woman! A model strutted slowly down the runway wearing a black and gold striped gown with elongated train. The most extravagant piece to her look was not her dress, but her headdress. Atop of her head was gold headdress of snakes, imitating Medusa- catching everyone’s attention as if turning them to stone. We later discovered that the designer behind her gown and headdress was not Giovanni Testi, but costume/ fashion designer and sculptor Inoe Vargas.
Shortly after the show stopping moment, the men of Giovanni Testi graced the stage. The collection was perfectly in time for the coming Easter Sunday as the models walked in form fitting suits varrying in blues, pinks, burgundy’s, greens and of course the traditional black and grey’s. As the collection progressed the main focus turned to the ornately floral printed and shiny suit jackets paired with solid colored pants. As some jackets buttoned, others offered a more relaxed option with zippers. The majority of the looks were completed with bow ties and a color coordinated pocket handkerchief. My favorite addition to the other looks were the flowers selectively pinned to some lapels.
After the young models finished up, the hosts for the evening were introduced. The president of Metropolitan Fashion Week, Eduardo Khawam and America’s Next Top Model Contestant Ava Capra walked the runway and talked to the crowd of people on both sides. Eduardo briefly spoke about his dream to have the fashion shows at the Millineum Biltmore Hotel finally becoming a reality- urging everyone to follow their dream! He followed his statement with historic information about the hotel hosting the Oscars, in the same year that the iconic song “When You Wish Upon A Star” won an Academy Award.
The hosts showed love to Generation Digital and used that moment to introduce the cutest young boys who modeled the kids collection, offered by Giovanni Testi. They all looked like miniature versions of the male designs except the suits stayed within a controlled color range of blacks, burgundy, dark blue and gray.
The kids collection was followed by Ready To Wear options from the older male models. The collection was simple. Blue and black jeans were paired with t-shirts that fit comfortably around the waist and tight around the upper chest, arms and neck. The shirts stayed within the color scheme of dark green, blue, and charcoal. Each look was paired with simple sneakers.
Next to the stage was one of the founders, Mike McGinley of ShopLASC. Mike spoke about the inspiration behind the 2018 swimwear collection after referring to his tan, still visible from his trip to Puerto Rico. ShopLASC is one of the largest men’s clothing stores in the city of Los Angeles and was a highlight of the night. Everyone had their phones out, ready to see the models and sit in awe of their bodies.
ShopLASC brought the Caribbean to Metropolitan Fashion Week as “El Hacha Macizón” by Tambor Urbano played in the background. The models did not disappoint. One by one they playfully walked the runway, some danced as others smiled and basked in their glory. The low cut swimsuits varied in prints and covered no more than the middle of the thigh (in some cases). A couple of suits dazzled and shined as other speedo designs rested in vibrant solid colors, like coral and ocean blue. The swimwear collection left everyone in praise.
The night closed with an award ceremony that recognized three of the models (out of the many) who walked the runway. The winners of the night were Robert Zoppo, the new face of Metropolitan Fashion Week, AleMarino for Giovanni Testi and Kev Twosaints for ShopLASC. The models were applauded and walked the runway after their individual titles were given.
As the night ended we enjoyed ourselves by recognizing and chatting it up with familiar faces, making new friends, and posing on the red carpet.
The highlight of our night was meeting host and model, Ava Capra in the the women’s bathroom! ( I know, I know. Random.) After meeting her and shortly informing her that we are also a girl group of sisters she asked for us to sing on her IG Live Feed! The moment, for us was magical. She gave us words of encouragement and ended our night off with a bang.
Thank you to LaLa of Modern LaLa Land Creative Services and Vano of Metropolitan Fashion Week for having us!
Wardrobe Style By: Amenika Shepsu-t
Videographer: Holly Girlz
Editor: Amsara Sekhita Mai Holly
Writer: Amsara Sekhita Mai Holly
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After extensive prepping and research (of Art Hearts and Designers), our day to attend Art Hearts Fashion arrived faster than expected. Rain, appeared to be an ongoing theme for LA Fashion Week, but that didn’t stop us. The show had to go on.
Upon arrival, we were instructed to meet videographers and photographers Brandon and Chris. When allowed in, we were automatically thrown into the hustle and bustle of the Fashion World. As people communicated on their walkie-talkies and scurried to get the first fashion show in order, we were given more information about our task. Here is where we found out that not only will we be handling the social media for Art Hearts Fashion, but we will also be working as red carpet correspondents for Fashion TV! To say that we were in awe is an understatement.
We practiced the Fashion TV intro continuously, until we got it right. Then we separated.
Since we didn’t have the login information for the Art Hearts social accounts yet, Ariana and Sa’Nefer went to broadcast the experience on their personal accounts, as I headed to do interviews on the red carpet.
The fashion shows, and my job as a red carpet correspondent for Fashion TV began simultaneously. The highlights of my interviews were with Actor/Model Alex Ashafi, Shoe Gummi Creator, Shantel Jackson and Chef Asiah Saifullahzadeh Collins. But, my favorite interview was with model and entrepreneur Simah, from Real World Model Intensive: a company that coaches and grooms new and aspiring young models for the modeling industry.
Though 2Eros has been around for 14 years, this was Jason Hoeung’s very first fashion show! Johnathan Marc Stein was no stranger to the LA Fashion Week scene and wanted to bring an 80’s element to this new collection, (one of his models was crowd favorite, Victoria Henley from ANTM!). Lastly, Czarina was one of the sweetest people I’ve ever met, and graciously promised me a dress after I gawked over the beauty of not only the models, but the kaftans they shined in! 👀
After the commotion of red carpet interviews, the videographers decided they had the footage they needed for the night. This meant I was able to watch the second half of fashion shows and participate in the social media activities. This is where we met Erik Rosete, the man behind it all. He is a Philanthropist, Designer and the President of Art Hearts Fashion. We watched him multitask- from checking on the readiness of the models to overlooking the tickets and making announcements before the fashion shows began. He worked hard behind the scenes and on the ground. After trial and error with the Wi-Fi signal, we ended up not broadcasting the fashion shows on the Art Hearts Instagram Live Feed like we had hoped. Instead, we promoted on our personal socials and the @hollygirlz Instagram.
Our Day 2 Experience at Art Hearts gave us an opportunity to create content for the SoHG Blog (what you’re reading now) and give the Art Hearts Instagram Live Feed another Go. This time, it was successful! We enjoyed ourselves as we posed on the red carpet, broadcasted the fashion shows live and linked with friends and familiar faces like Evan Jackson, creator of Young Bold and Regal as well as house videographer Jimmy Alioto.
After the show we went to what we liked to call the “Red Room”. A red-lit VIP area, adorned with white furniture and an unlimited supply of monster drinks, full bar (though it only pertained to one out of three of us) and DJ.
The second round of fashion shows showcased designers SIWY Denim, Dan Richters, Burning Guitars Clothing and Jaime Elyse Couture!
SIWY Denim got the party started with the disco music and 70’s inspired collection. The jeans were paired with sequins, leathers and fur. Let’s not forget the pumps!
Dan Richters was an edgy, sleek, sexy and futuristic collection. The colors never strayed from black and green, with an exception to one white dress. All dresses were form fitting. Some played peak-a-boo with layered cutouts and asymmetrical lines, as others teased off of the shoulders and plunged V-necks. The most interesting element was the configuration of a leather face attached to the dresses resting on the shoulders of models as they eased down the runway.
Burning Guitars clothing was an entertainment extravaganza! There was no dull moment as artist BIZKIT and BUTTA opened the show with model strutting along side them. The collection was a fun colorful assortment of prints, flowers, posters and wild vibes from capes, to pants sets, to covered faces. It all worked. The highlight of the collection for us was watching young models Briana and Jenasha Roy strut their stuff.
Jamie Elyse Couture was a beautiful collection of classic gowns and wedding dresses. The silhouettes played with the figures and layers of material draped elegantly on the ground to almost create the beginning of a train. It was the perfect collection to end the night with.
Our Day 2 was complete!
Our Day 3 Experience at Art Hearts Fashion was completely unexpected. We got a call from LaLa the day of, explaining that they loved us so much that they wanted us to return for the Grand Finale! That was an offer we couldn’t refuse!
We quickly picked out outfits, prepped makeup and did our hair for the big night. A special shout out is in order for our mother who styled outfits at the last minute in such a timely manner❤️.
The fashion shows began with Sue Wong, who was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for 50 years in the industry, after her ornate collection graced the runway. Her pieces were incredibly detailed with grandiose headdresses and opulent gowns. The fashion show alone lasted 40 minutes and was truly a sight to see.
Kenneth Barlis, Madame Adaasa, and Ricky Lindsay followed Sue Wong’s collection.
The Kenneth Barlis collection was all about elegance. The models shined in detailed suits and dazzling gowns. The showstopper was what we called a “princess moment” as the model walked slowly in a Cinderella inspired off the shoulder blue gown down the runway, crown in tact. Time stopped and for a moment, every woman in the room wanted to be swept off of their feet by Prince Charming.
Madame Adassa was a collection of solid and intricately patterned lace gowns and two-piece sets, each standing on their own. Our favorite accessory worn were the crowns selectively placed on the models heads.
Ricky Lindsay Couture blessed us with flowing dresses and two-piece sets and that provided a flirtatious effect, but still left room for mystery.
In between fashion shows we partied in the ballroom and lived our best lives. This is where Entrepreneur, Actor and Entertainment Manager Chardly Pierre Charles introduced us to Actor and Broadway star Taye Diggs. S/O to Chardly! Not only was Taye Diggs kind and gracious enough to take a picture, he was also funny.
Dunyah, conceived in Washington DC back in 2013 (woot, woot!) offered an edgy and urban sex appeal to LA Fashion week that was not only necessary but refreshing. Known as a men’s wear brand, Dunyah added fierce female models to the line-up showing that in their collection "women have sauce too"
The grande finale was Erik Rosete's very own, Mister Triple X. His military inspired World War X collection did not only fit into the already established edgy theme, but offered form fitting looks with oversized coats, suits and military jackets accessorized with custom military hats, gas masks and the most stylish pugs EVER. The night became emotional as Erik’s family and peers awarded and thanked him for his contributions to the fashion world, in celebrating 10 Years of Art Hearts Fashion.
After the show I was blessed enough to interview Erik for Fashion TV on the red steps of the venue as all of the Mister Triple X models fiercely posed behind us (the aesthetic of this view is mind-blowing). Though nervous, I pulled it together and had what I feel to be one of the best interviews of my career!
SHOT BY: Chardly Pierre Charles
Our experience at Art Hearts Fashion was something we will never forget. We learned from the environment around us, were quick on our toes and pushed creatively, all while forming strong bonds along the way!
We want to thank LaLa, Erik Rosete and Art Hearts Fashion for having us! xoxo, until next time!
Wardrobe Styled By: Amenika Shepsu-t
Videographer: Holly Girlz
Written By: Amsara Holly
Below watch the official Vlog of our experience as well as photos below!
We trekked through the hustle and bustle of LA traffic, through the train (so you know it was bad) heading to Society Fashion Week. Though arriving later than expected at the Sheraton Grand in Downtown LA, we rushed down the elevator to the lower levels, breezing past flights of stairs paired with signs that read “Society Fashion Week” and arrows pointing in the right direction. The Society Fashion Week staff was kind, fun and relatable. We received our press passes promptly and went straight to work!
We arrived for the 4:30 kids and teens fashion shows. Highlighting designers and fierce models of all ages for the youthful audience. Designer Elena Pudido had just finished walking on the catwalk as Young Socialites was up next. Just in time to get to work, we stood in the press area with other photographers and videographers searching for the perfect view. All four of us scattered with our phones out, to not only promote on social media, but also get the best footage and photos on our phones.
Young Socialites Clothier (YS) was a Collection for young girls and boys consisting of playful yet elegant dresses, skirt-sets, shorts-sets and suits for boys. The color theme rested on pale blues, dark sequined blue and what appeared to be a baby blue lace over silver throughout the collection. Our favorite addition to all pieces was the train attached to almost all girls dresses and sets. It added a girly touch that made the collection complete.
Up next was Alexandra Bujan. Alexandra Bujan is a 12 year old designer, who named her collection after herself (as all great designers do). One of our personal favorites of the evening, Alexandra dazzled her embroidered collection and suede-looking material with deep green’s, burgundy’s and blacks. The collection looked very Victorian-era inspired with a modern twist. The garments consisted of long pants-sets and form fitting dresses adorned with large gold appliqués, cut-outs and Cinderella inspired short and long skirts. The embroidery and appliqués emphasized the neckline, arms and bottom hem of some dresses as a finishing touch. One the highlights was watching America’s Next Top Model contestant, Victoria Henley and model sisters Briana and Jenasha Roy walk for the collection! They are all incredibly sweet people!
Afterward we walked the red carpet we mixed and mingled with the young models and designers who blessed the runway. It was frenzy as the cameras flashed and models scurried. We introduced ourselves, posed for pictures and became a part of the commotion surrounding us. Society Fashion Week was an experience we'll never forget!
We can’t wait to attend next year!
Wardrobe Styled By: Amenika Shepsu-t
Camera work: Holly Girlz
Thank you to The Society Fashion Week staff for your kindness!
Big Thank You to Society Fashion Week and Brie Merritt for the opportunity!
Watch Video Recap HERE!
Naturally, we felt it necessary to take a couple of pictures on the red carpet before attending our 9pm show. We slid through, posing quick enough to for the best shot as photographers from every direction commanded attention. This is where we met Morgan Meek a young girl who not only just finished walking the runway for KKSwimwear, but is also the USA National Jr. Princess.
Moods of norway:
Something By Sonjia:
Mario De La Torre:
All in all, our night one of Style Fashion Week LA was a huge hit!
-Thank you to all of the people working the show and handling the seating on the floor. It was not an easy task and you are Greatly Appreciated.🙏🏽
Wardrobe Styled By: Holly Girlz
Photography: Courtesy of Amenika Shepsu-t
Photography: Courtesy of Obi 1
author: Amsara Holly
I've been writing creatively since I was 10. I've been singing since I was 3. I fell in "love" for the first time when I was 13. Living my dream with my sisters. Eating hella food. Playing hella music.