Contributing writer: Christy Buena, Editor of Disarray Magazine
Nestled next to The Beverly Hilton, the event attracted an affluent crowd dressed to the nines. Like most fashion shows nowadays, vendors were on display. The only difference here was that the attendees weren't too interested in the various booths. We saw a few people at Custo Barcelona, Young Fabulous & Broke, Leslie Fastlicht Russo Jewelry, Aireheart by Sydney, Gypsy05, Skin by Monica Olsen, Per-fekt, Tahiti My Pearl, Isharya and others, but overall the vendors themselves looked bored.
And unlike other L.A. Fashion Week events, the open bar was missing, but there were plenty of food trucks including Sprinkles Cupcakes, The Grilled Cheese Truck, Cart for a Cause and Global Soul.
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