So Which Frames Should I Get?
- Doctor's Assistant: So what kind of frames do you want today?
- Me: Something hipster. Something that will look good for my suit and tie, but also something good for when I want to go casual.
- Doctor's Assistant: So black rimmed...
- Me: That's too mainstream. I need something Clark Kent would wear, something that shows off that he is strong, yet reserved, and full of mystery. Something that will get a woman to come to me because she wants to solve the mystery behind my eyes, and want to take off my glasses and...
- Doctor's Assistant: So black rimmed.
- Me: Pretty much.
Freedom and Fashion’s (FnF) Ceremony Runway Show was a night about celebrating hope and redemption, and the organization has a lot to celebrate! Now in its fourth year, Freedom and Fashion has grown to over 50+ volunteers, has 4 fully produced fashion shows under its belt, and has put on several smaller events during the year (including the Gallant Suits Launch Party during Fall 2012 LA Fashion Week). More importantly, its name is reaching across fashion and entertainment circles, as well as non-profit and activist sectors as well. The American public can’t help but talk about the grave issue of modern-day slavery because it is a hot topic in movies like End of Watch and TV shows like Law and Order: SVU, as well as Obama’s recent proclamation to end human trafficking.
The runway is one of Freedom and Fashion’s answer to end slavery! Inspiring positive change, 400+ guests were treated to several ethically made and fair trade clothing lines on the runway, which included looks from Feliks + Adrik, Radiant Cosmetics, Jatalo, Della, Sevenly, A-Thread, The Brave Collection, Senhoa, and Indigenous. After the show, guests took their purchasing power to the open vendor market just outside of the fashion show space, where they purchased clothes, accessories, and items from these Freedom and Fashion-approved brands.
(Images via Kenneth Gulley of KenGulley Photos)