Fashion Show Names

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Fashion Show Names

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    fashion show

  • A fashion show is an event put on by a fashion designer to showcase his or her upcoming line of clothing during Fashion Week. Fashion shows debut every season, particularly the Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter seasons. This is where the latest fashion trends are made.
  • (17 Fashion Shows) Catwalk bookings give the right to make use of a model's service on the catwalk for the specified show and the right to allow photographers to be present to take photographs and videos of the show on the basis that all such material (or reproductions etc.
  • The Fashion Show is a British television programme which debuted on ITV2 on 11 September 2008. The programme was originally title The Fashion Project.

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Barbie: A Fashion Fairytale
Barbie: A Fashion Fairytale
Join Barbie™ in a colorful, modern-day fairytale filled with fashion, friends and fun! Barbie™ and her dog, Sequin™, jet off to visit her aunt’s amazing fashion house in Paris, and much to her surprise it’s about to be shut down forever. After she discovers three enchanting Flairies™ with sparkle-magic powers, Barbie™ comes up with a brilliant idea to save the business. She even inspires Alice, a shy fashion designer, and together they create a dazzling runway fashion show. Barbie™ shows that magic happens when you believe in yourself.

Believing in oneself isn’t always easy, especially when it seems like the whole world is against you, but Barbie and her fashion-designing aunt Millicent are both women with a strong sense of self and a propensity for hard work. When Barbie gets fired from the film set for expressing her artistic opinion and then Ken dumps her by phone, she spontaneously decides to go visit her aunt at her design house in Paris. Unbeknownst to Barbie, her aunt is closing up shop thanks to a new designer in town who’s been stealing her designs. The two commiserate about giving up professions they love and begin to search for new hobbies until Millicent’s coworker, budding designer Alice, changes everything with an amazing dress design and a legend about magical “flairies”–creatures who add sparkle and flare to the work of inspired designers around the world. Suddenly, Barbie, Millicent, and Alice find themselves in a race to design a whole new line of clothing in order to save Millicent’s shop and the very existence of the magical flairies. Meanwhile, Ken is chasing Barbie across the world in an effort to make one grand romantic gesture that will finally show Barbie how he really feels about her. This brightly animated film is full of magic, extreme personalities, and an important message about believing in oneself and staying true to one’s passion. (Ages 7 and older) –Tami Horiuchi

2010 Cherry Blossom Festival of Southern California – Main Stage – Kimono Fashion Show

2010 Cherry Blossom Festival of Southern California - Main Stage - Kimono Fashion Show
The first ever Miss Kimono L.A. (and 2007 Nisei Week Princess) Yoshie Okada poses for a picture with L.A. Councilmember Jan Perry.

From the Festival Program: "The 2010 Cherry Blossom Festival is proud to present vintage kimono from the early 1900s. This year’s Kimono Fashion Show theme is "Taisho: Late 1910s to Early 1920s Period Kimonos". Our beautiful models will be accompanied by the original music of Chi Sato & Brenda K. of The Panache Orchestra. One of the models you’ll marvel at is L.A. City Councilwoman Jan Perry who is so supportive of the Festival. Treat yourself to the wonder that is the Japanese kimono.

On Ken Kanesaka: In 2006, Ken was the first non-Japanese citizen to be accepted as a professional Kabuki actor in the theater’s 405 year history in Japan. He was apprenticed to the National Living Treasure Nakamura Ganjiro III (now Sakata Toiyuro IV) and was given the stage name Nakamura Gankyo. While still a member of Shochiku Grand Kabuki in Japan, he currently has dance studios in West Los Angeles and Monterey with his students known as Kyo No Kai."

2010 Cherry Blossom Festival of Southern California – Main Stage – Kimono Fashion Show

2010 Cherry Blossom Festival of Southern California - Main Stage - Kimono Fashion Show
The mob of photographers

From the Festival Program: "The 2010 Cherry Blossom Festival is proud to present vintage kimono from the early 1900s. This year’s Kimono Fashion Show theme is "Taisho: Late 1910s to Early 1920s Period Kimonos". Our beautiful models will be accompanied by the original music of Chi Sato & Brenda K. of The Panache Orchestra. One of the models you’ll marvel at is L.A. City Councilwoman Jan Perry who is so supportive of the Festival. Treat yourself to the wonder that is the Japanese kimono.

On Ken Kanesaka: In 2006, Ken was the first non-Japanese citizen to be accepted as a professional Kabuki actor in the theater’s 405 year history in Japan. He was apprenticed to the National Living Treasure Nakamura Ganjiro III (now Sakata Toiyuro IV) and was given the stage name Nakamura Gankyo. While still a member of Shochiku Grand Kabuki in Japan, he currently has dance studios in West Los Angeles and Monterey with his students known as Kyo No Kai."

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Shoes: A Celebration of Pumps, Sandals, Slippers & More
The Marabou Mule. The Chanel toe. Jackie O’s pump. Marilyn’s stiletto. And lotus shoes and fetish shoes, shoes made for coronations and inaugurations, Cinderella’s slipper, shoes of tulle, brocade, rhinestone, python, fish scales, and feathers, and much, much, more, including the two-foot-high wooden chopines of the 16th century and their resurgence as the platform shoes of the 1960s and 1970s.

Shoes, now with over 357,000 copies in print, is an obsessive, over-the-top extravaganza-chunky, full-color, and irresistible, it contains page after page of seductive photographs and information about women’s shoes.

Created for the woman who’s a passionate shoe lover-and what woman isn’t?–Shoes features over 1,000 glorious photographs, most of them taken for the book. Includes Footnotes (fascinating facts about shoes); Foot Soldiers (profiles of master shoemakers from David Little to Andrea Pfister); and The Shoe that Left an Imprint, focusing on one shoe that changed history-remember Courrage’s futuristic go-go boot? Shoes is, as they say, to die for.

262,000 copies in print.

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