Photo courtesy: Arun Nevader
(Los Angeles) Fashion week Los Angeles is officially over, but we can still feel the heat from the sexy fashion show presented by Mister Triple X at this seasons Los Angeles Fashion Week edition of Art Hearts Fashion. The 4 day event held at the world famous Beverly Hilton Hotel was the biggest and most spectacular fashion event that the west coast has experienced since the days of Smash Box and Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Over 50 designers showcased their talents from around the world to a full house of fashion insiders.
Mister Triple X opened with none other than the original super model Janice Dickinson, bringing the crowd on their feet and elevating the mood of the room. Closing the show was tattoo supermodel Marshall Perrin and Shas of Sunset star Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi. Celebrity guests included DJ Paul Three Six Mafia, Reza Farahan, Mike Shouhed, Adam Neely, Kiara Belen, Sham Ibrahim, Pol Atteu, Sean McElwee, Chelsea Werner, Patrick Simpson, and dance moms Abbey Lee Miller.
Behind the scenes at Art Hearts Fashion Official Hair Sponsor FHI Brands created the stunning hair looks that wowed the thousands of guests throughout the week. Makeup sponsor April Love Pro Team worked tirelessly creating Mad Max inspired unique runway looks accessorized by Kenny Kenny Gear.
Guests of the event enjoyed Deep Eddy Vodka, Huberts Lemonade, Monster Energy, Selfie Cookie, and a lounge by Society Unici. Special thanks to Concrete Studios, Neptune, Shibue Couture, Moreno Champagne, Bdellium Tools, Sauce Box Cosmetics, For The Stars Fashion House, Didi Roberts, Terri Ford, Trish Moran, Jessica Gutierrez, Rosy Muto, Tom Paschall, Beverly Hilton, Jeff Linett, Cory Green, Derrick Rodgers, Archives Showroom, Apparel News, Getty Images, Runway TV and FNL Networks. The runway shows presented by AIDS Healthcare Foundation help raise awareness for HIV/AIDS and this season’s shows are dedicated to their #KeepThePromise campaign which highlights AHF’s mission to provide access to treatment to the millions living with HIV.