Glitz. Glam. Art. Fashion. | Style Fashion Week | L.A. 2017

Who doesn’t love a fabulous fashion show? Attendees of this year’s Style Fashion Week, held at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, were treated to four days of festivities. The events were held from October 11th through 15th, starting with an opening reception hosted by Nototrious Pink Rose, followed by the showcases for S’S ’18.

I attended the third Spring/Summer Showcase, and of course, I brought Glamlust  with me – here are some highlights!


Fashion met art in Honee Persona’s dynamic collection – this showcase screamed “avant garde”, while also having a theatrical quality that I enjoyed. I loved that the makeup was equally as dramatic and editorial.

David Tupaz

One of my favorite collections of the evening, David Tupaz’s line was all about glamour and sophistication. I loved the assortment of black, red, gold, and white ensembles paired with a bold red lip.

Richard Hallmarq

Sacramento-based designer and former participant on Season 11 of Project Runway, Richard Hallmarq’s collection brought urban, street chic vibes to the runway, featuring apparel for both men and women. My favorite look from this collection was the look below. . .you definitely can’t ever go wrong with black and gold!


And what fashion show would be complete without a couple snaps on the red carpet?

My red carpet look: loved pairing this neutral Calvin Klein jumpsuit with metallic shoes & accessories!
As for glam, I opted for sparkly eyes, a generous amount of highlighter, and a brown lip (“Conspiracy” by Urban Decay)


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Until next time. . .stay glamorous! xo

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  1. Desiree January 24, 2018 at 2:10 am Reply I can’t really afford really good make up so I can’t really recommend anything that I’ve personally tried, but I really want somebody to do a really honest review/opinion video on setting spray. Like does it really do anything and if it does, is it worth investing in? Because sometimes my make up looks a little powdery and I was wondering if setting spray would solve that issue, but I don’t want invest in a product if it is pretty much useless. So testing to see if there’s really a difference in your makeup while using one or testing different brands would be a cool video.

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