(Los Angeles) – After massively successful shows for NYFW, Art Hearts Fashion returns to LA, leading Fashion Week with an impressive 4-day marathon of runway shows, art installations, and performances. Art Hearts Fashion will steal the spotlight October 5-8th at Hollywood’s grand Taglyan Complex. This season boasts an impressive lineup including an inimitable Betsey Johnson installation from the iconic designer’s 50th Anniversary Collection, celebrating decade-by-decade a lifetime of design. Art Hearts Fashion is thrilled to welcome to the runway the special collection of 11-year-old Make-A-Wish® child Noa Sorrell, who will debut the designs she created while undergoing treatment for Cancer. Celebrity designer Sue Wong will open Art Hearts Fashion with “Carnevale” promising all the magic and inspired elegance designer’s impeccable runway shows are known for. Stello Official by Stephanie and Michael Costello will take center stage Wednesday, October 7th, debuting “Hotel California” a glamorous rock-and-roll affair with fashion. The week will showcase over 30 designers and brands including: Nicole Miller, Amato Haute Couture, Gregorio Sanchez, Mister Triple X, Koco Blaq, Isabella Couture, Amren Tulano, House of Li-Jon, Michael Ngo Couture and many more.
Official Hair Sponsor FHI Brands and Official Makeup Sponsor The Organic Face™ will work with the talented designers behind the scenes, flawlessly crafting the high-fashion and artistic runway looks all week.
The Art Gallery and Lounge shall return this October with celebrity artists including: Sham Ibrahim, Josef Jasso, Eugene Huffman, Emmanuel Sequoia, Connie Kurtew and Molly Gruninger.
A very special thanks to the week’s sponsors: Monster Energy, Whole Foods Market (Sherman Oaks West, Sherman Oaks East, DTLA & Glendale) for providing delicious staff food throughout the week, Hint Water, KindSnacks, Luna Bar, SoyJoy, Illy Issimo, Rocking Popcorn, Nescafe Dulce Gusto special espresso bar, Mosaic floral.event.design, Fotopod, and Privé hair styling teams.
Art Hearts Fashion is produced by Erik Rosete and Parker Whitaker Productions