On Tuesday, December 6th, 2011, Ash Gupta, of 838MG, along with Pam Loar of LA Models and designer Maggie Barry collaborated for a live mega-shoot with plus-size models sure to push the boundaries of fashion. With “Théâtre de la Beauté Classique,” Ash hopes to remind people of a time when being voluptuous was not only the norm, but it was also considered beautiful.
Archive for December 2011
Xian has traveled the world modeling, but prefers Los Angeles. She’s been to Paris, China, and New York, but was pressured to lose weight. “I have two younger sisters who are really impressionable, and I never wanted to be unhealthy to model. It’s not my dream. Acting is. So I moved back to Los Angeles.” She looks up to actress Zoe Saldana because of her impeccable career and ladylike demeanor.
Richie Rich and Ross Higgins Spring 2012 Collection “Pop Luxe” Revives the Darkside of Fashion During New York Fashion WeekBy Kaylene Peoples | December 7th, 2011 | Category: Articles, Interviews and Reviews, Backstage & First Looks, Fashion | 2 comments
The show finally started with designer Ross Higgins. He was the first out of the gate. He trotted as if on the drug ecstasy, and that, folks, set the precedent for what followed—a parade of models, each more frightful than his or her predecessor. Caligula had nothing on this design team!
Project Ethos—the reputable production company that consistently creates unique experiences for all participants and attendees—did not disappoint that evening. Choosing the House of Blues venue to do what it does best, “showcasing fashion, music, and art all under one roof, on one night,” Project Ethos put on a fun-filled night that merged a live concert, fashion show, and art gallery for one big event.
Parke & Ronen Backstage and Runway Spring 2012 – A Sizzling Collection of Male Models, Ahem . . . and Their ClothesBy Agenda Magazine | December 7th, 2011 | Category: Backstage & First Looks, Fashion, Runway | Comments Off on Parke & Ronen Backstage and Runway Spring 2012 – A Sizzling Collection of Male Models, Ahem . . . and Their Clothes
Well ladies (and men) feast your eyes on this exclusive backstage and runway of New York’s finest male models! Consider this one of the editor’s pick for the our holiday gift guide.
An inversion table is a priceless piece of equipment for any fitness enthusiast as it can be used to stretch your aching back, thereby extending your spine and alleviating back pain. Not to mention the great abdominal workout you can reap from sit-ups, hanging upside down while your back is fully supported.
Always a fun, high-energy show, Betsey Johnson did it again for her Spring 2012 collection during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week New York. Models styled to the nines with extreme attention paid to the tiniest detail. Check out all the backstage excitement before the show on September 12, 2011, at the Theater in Lincoln Center. Photographed by Arun Nevader.
Got a man in your life 6’3 and up? The Willis and Walker Spring 2012 collection is perfect for the really tall, dark, and handsome. The biggest problem with fitting a tall man is finding something ready-to-wear without a tailor having to alter the sleeves or stitching in the hem of the pants.
The beautiful and talented Peta Murgatroyd was born in Auckland, New Zealand, and raised in Perth, Western Australia. Currently in Los Angeles, Peta continues to dance and has embarked on a successful career in television on the wildly popular show, DANCING WITH THE STARS. Peta landed on Broadway in August of 2009, where she was the lead female dancer in the theatrical production of Burn the Floor.