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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Project Runway: New Years Eve Edition 2011

Ahhh, 2011! A New Year, a fresh and new start! Its the time for resolutions, commitments and promises of Life Changes. Its also a time of retrospect and reflection. The most important thing about New Year's isnt just the opportunity to change, but for certain, the chance to PARTY!!!! Promoters and party goers alike search for and advertise the biggest parties of the year. Some offer ball drops, champagne, and great music, and while all that is great, year after year it has to get a little mundane. We all crave for something different, change within change. Well this New Years' Eve, I experienced my alternative...And let me just tell you, I partied HARD!!!!


Project Runway, NYE Edition, powered by NishaDaDiva Productions, Ashton Ent., and Eskay Entertainment was held at Xclusive Lounge on the Southwest side of Houston. The event was hosted by SynCity with a performance by Houston's own ItsJusBrittany. Ladies and Gentleman, immediately, I was drawn in. I am not certain if it was the host, showing me to VIP swagged up in a classic, yet modern blazer, with his fedora perfectly fitting his head or if it was the atmosphere. Whatever it was, it had me tight and refused to let me go. The club was the traditional dark with blue lighting, its upstairs Miami style lighting and VIP area, and what I like to call "Lady Cage"; set the mood right! Guests came dressed to impress, closing 2010 out with a fashion bang. The bar was flooded with patrons and the $4 dollar you call its, had us all feeling good. Aside from this posh atmosphere, and anticipation of New Years, we were all there for something more: Project Runway 2011 NYE Edition.

The fashion show featured Tina Marie Fashions and Designs, Torrid Fashions and TMills. Each designer brought their eclectic collections and showed the audience their fashion forwardness for 2011. Tina Marie's designs inspired by California style included, the corset and ruffles. TMills, brought us Brooklyn , NY and designs are military-inspired, vintage style gear. Finally, Torrid Fashions brought in something for the Thick and Lovely Ladies of the world. Her designs included club wear, Sassy office wear and halters inspired by the Preps. The models for each designer represented well and brought their A-Game to the runway. These designers clearly weren't preparing for merely a Project Runway show, they are more than ready for International runways. Hats off to these Trend-Setting Trail Blazers.

If you missed this, which, I am certain ALL of Houston was in attendance, you missed 1 HELL OF A SHOW!

                                         The Lady Cage
                                       Wall to Wall Coverage


 Happy New Year!!!!!

                        DeCarmen and The $4 You Call Its were working OT

                                                   Trinidad

ItsJusBrittany


                                            I had 1 too many drinks!!!
                                     Lori of Sweet Loraine's Fabulous Fun
                                                    MsNightLyfe


                                                      TrendSetter
                                              Bringing It Back!?!
                                             They had a Goooood Time!

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