Two Years Of Strong Fashion: Fresh Faces In Fashion, SF

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Gen Art, a leading arts and entertainment organization which showcases emerging talent in fashion, film, art and music, recently dazzled San Francisco with its 2nd annul Fresh Faces in Fashion. Ariane MacLean, SF Director, Dana Castro, Regional Manager and Emily Ryan, Event Coordinator, through this year’s event demonstrated why the organization continues to gain major strides as one of the best organizations committed to producing high end show, for free, for its emerging talent.

The show was held at San Francisco’s Regency Center in its Grand Ballroom. Fashion attendees were treated to the designs of Janna Stark, Elena Vasileva and Hengst [San Francisco], Rachael Mara [Oregon], Waraire Boswell [Los Angeles] and Genes [New York]. Also showcased were San Francisco based accessory designers Joy Chen [shoes], Goldenbleu [Handbags] and Hovey Lee [jewelry] Designs.

Crowd favorites, on the spectacular 60ft runway, included Russian designer Elena Vasileva and Los Angeles’s Waraire Boswell. Vasileva hand makes all of her clothes entirely out of yarn creating a line of handmade knitwear. Surprisingly, however, her knitwear are elegant, sexy and unique silhouettes that flatter and sensually hug the curves of a woman. For designer Boswell, his signature seems to be the ability and flexibility to create high end classic men’s clothing that encompasses the varied lifestyles and heights, from 5’5 to 6’11, of the American man.  His Spring ’06 collection inspired by the “urban diplomat and popular cultureâ€? was a presentation of a polished yet sexy look that simply makes him the new authority on men’s clothing.

Gen Art Fresh Faces in Fashion is produced on a yearly basis in New York, Miami, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles. For more info. visit .

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