The 30th annual Macy’s Glamorama fashion show benefitting AIDS Project LA was a night to remember.
The Orpheum Theater in downtown LA was a worthy setting for the fashion, the celebrities and the noble cause. I enjoyed it immensely and was particularly impressed with the production, continuing with the “British Invasion” theme that’s been popular this year. The music and the graphics were especially cool, and there was this huge video wall that made everything look bigger and brighter. It seems everyone who attended had a fabulous time. Bravo Macy’s!
Here are some photos of a fun night, hope you enjoy.
A night to remember. Macy’s Glamorama Los Angeles edition.
Sharon Stone has always supported the fight against AIDS. She spoke at the beginning of the show, insisting we must continue this fight until we have a cure.
Eduardo Verástegui enjoyed the show. Surprise to find him sitting in front of us. ¡Bella persona!
Part of the Tommy Hilfiger Fall 2012 collection.
Bar III, an exclusive Macy’s brand, had the coolest graphics.
The show had it’s sexy moments… like these “British imports” on top of a double decker bus.
And then they bared almost all, up closer… taco de ojo, amiguitas!
He was in the house…Sean John, alias Diddy, observing his fashion collection on stage.
The exclusive collection Nicole Richie for Macy’s Impulse launches this week at Macy’s stores. It’s beau-ti-ful!
Designs by Rachel Rachel Roy, a recurring favorite.
If I ever wear this jumpsuit by Rachel Roy, remind me to stand in front of a midnight blue polka dotted video wall to achieve this effect. (Very cool!)
Karmin performed the song that’s all over the radio now. It’s catchy, it’s cute…
More eye candy for the ladies…Robin Thicke perfomed a few songs that made you want to make out with him. I’m not kidding! He’s hot! (Never mind that he looks a little bit like his dad in Growing Pains.)
The after party at the neighboring Cal Mart building had all sorts of goodies. This sweets table presented by LA Times Image Mag.
Patron Tequila had their own “Build your own Mojito Bar” and the line was looong! Muy padre concepto…
My personal favorite: the See’s Candies table. Needless to say, I could’ve taken all that chocolate candy.
Time to celebrate! SALUD!