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VX Fashion Show

29 March 2010 One Comment
Heather Marie Smith
  • While waiting in the line for the doors to open, models would kindly take pictures with the attendees and chat with makeup artists.VX Fashion is a promising upstart by Melissa McLean and  Carisha Zenitta, editor of Runwayink.com . The evening was extremely lively, the crowd was VERY ENERGETIC, sometimes the runway models would let off some steam by  strutting with a little too much swagger! (not my words!) Anyway I found that for this upcoming season, eyewear matching your ensemble is a definite MUST. Surprisingly, I did not see many stripes, instead I saw more solid yellow ( via Lady GaGa, Telephone music video) and floral prints!
  • I was able to talk about Fame Appeal with two designers Anthony Eastwick and Doris Jones. Doris Jones was so relieved to hear that there is a growing sector of fashion-minded lawyers ready to serve the needs of the fashion industry. As the night began I had to watch the show seated behind the VIP row  ( unfortunately fameappeal has not reached VIP status yet) Anyway, I sat with two design-students from Philadelphia. Once we talked about FameAppeal they told me that that they had  recently been ripped off in a manufacturing deal that had gone sour. In addition I met a woman who told me that the modeling agency that her daughter is contracted with has taken $2000 in agency fees however has not returned any phone calls nor assisted her daughter with photoshoots! In both cases, the clientele had no idea what their contracts meant and felt tied down by a contract which did not serve their needs.  However, VX Fashion offered them a night of style, seemless makeup and time to mingle with aspriring prfessionals in the Fashion Industry.
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