According to Booth Moore, fashion critic for
The LA Times, attending GenArt's New Garde installation
show during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week is an opportunity to
witness emerging talent bubble up towards the surface.
It's like throwing the dice,
added her husband Adam Tischorn, offering
a more macho analogy (he's a former DNR dude after all). A
speculative crapshoot really, where everything is cast onto the fashion
table for peer and industry review.
Last night Alms, Hazel Brown and Mintee comprised the
three new contenders placing bets against the house. Presentations were
slick, sophisticated and sexy. Meanwhile onlookers from the media,
publicity and early adopter communities mingled with corporate sponsors,
chugged free booze and flashed digital cameras at the ornate Keith
Greco-designed sets. For the starmakers (and frankly in LA who
isn't?), there were interactive photo booths by Acura and
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