Macy’s “Glamorama” brings an impressive night of Fashion & Entertainment to L.A
Posted on September 27 2011
The Rachel Rachel Roy woman was elegant, bold, daring and curious with a sense of adventure
For the second year in a row, Macy’s Passport Presents Glamorama took over The Orpheum Theatre in Downtown LA for an “ARTrageous” night. This year, it was all about the merging of fashion and entertainment to raise money and awareness for HIV/AIDS organizations. The night brought together the hottest designers, celebrities, models and entertainers for a night of glitz and glamour. From incredible runway looks from designers like Armani Jeans, Bar III, Calvin Klein, Karl Lagerfeld for Impulse, Papi, Rachel Rachel Roy, Tommy Hilfiger, Tracy Reese and more to unforgettable performances by Cee Lo and Far East Movement, the night definitely made a mark as one to remember. Closing out the night was an “artlandish” post-party at CalMart, also in Downtown LA.
Stars like Jennifer Love Hewitt came out to support a good cause at Macy's Glomarama
The boys at Armani Jeans were fitted in military style looks, textured sweaters, schoolboy blazers and leather jackets - rugged masculinity all the way
The 70s girl was in complete control at Tracy Reese - pleated flowing skirts, faux fur paired with aviators, tiered looks, ruffles and sequins - who could say no?
The show took a few minutes to salute the late Elizabeth Taylor and honor her for all her charitable contributions to AIDS and HIV causes
Sharon Stone took the stage with Elizabeth Taylor's grandsons to honor the late Actress and Philanthropist
Tommy Girl was all about preppy chic. Plaid and stripes were all the rage on the runway
Plaid, faux leather, boucle textures and faux fur were hot for the impulse collection - 1920s Parisian chic meets 70s party girl
A little eye candy - Papi had the boys in rugby inspired underwear
Cee Lo Green closed out the show with an enthusiastic audience
Take a front row seat and experience the Glamorama magic…
This year’s event once again benefited AIDS Project Los Angeles and Project Angel Food.