Gen Art Director Lee Trimble with Designer Kara Saun
This last Monday night at D’or (in the Dream Hotel) was the launch of Gen Art’s ‘Kick-Off to Fashion Week.’ The party was sponsored in part by BOTOX which believe it or not, is also used to excessive sweating. Who knew?
Back to fashion…The Fresh Faces in Fashion Show will be held during New York Fashion Week on Wednesday, September 5th at the Grand Ballroom of the Manhattan Center in New York at 7pm.
Gen Art’s Fresh Faces in Fashion is the largest national program showcasing emerging designers in the US. Chicago’s show is October 9 and the one in Los Angeles will take place October 12. Past designers to debut include Phillip Lim, Zac Posen, Sari Gueron and many others.
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Said Gen Art Fashion Director Lee Trimble, "We are thrilled to present the runway debut of such a talented and diverse group of designer’s at the Spring 2008 Fresh Faces Fashion Show."
The two menswear designers are; A-Z and Young Meagher
Back to Botox: during the event on Monday, Project Runway finalist from Season One’s Kara Saun, spoke about her experience with hyperhidrosis as a designer. Hyperhirdorsis (excessive sweating that can also effect hands and feet) affects eight million Americans.
It can be so severe it can negatively impact one’s life. A small dose of BOTOX can be highly effective for an average of a little over six months.
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The supporting sponsors of this year’s fashion event in New York are: BlackBerry® and T-Mobile in Acura, Bawls Guaranexx, BOTOX® (Botulinum Toxin Type A), Budweiser Select, Ecru New York (hair styling), Fiji Water, the IN:NYC Card® from American Express, MAC Cosmetics, MuseBox, New York Magazine and P.I.N.K. Vodka.
Photos: Keith Wan