August 11, 2010
HUNTINGTON BEACH — Corona del Mar High School students strutted their stuff Friday at a national fashion competition and walked away with $25,000. CdM won the grand prize at Hurley's fourth annual Walk the Walk, a national competition that pitted six high schools against each other for a five-minute "Project Runway"-esque competition. CdM beat out students from Hawaii, Virginia, New Jersey and nearby Huntington Beach High School. The finals were held near the Huntington Beach Pier.
May 24, 2011
Corona del Mar High School will have the chance to defend its title and show it can "walk the walk" at this year's U.S. Open of Surfing in August. CdM has made it to the final round of Hurley's fifth annual Walk the Walk, a national competition that pits five high schools against one another in a five-minute "Project Runway"-esque fashion show on the beach during the U.S. Open. The school will be competing against four high schools for the $25,000 grand prize and to keep its title as reigning champions after taking last year's competition.
October 26, 2012
The Newport Harbor High School girls' volleyball program, which has produced the likes of Olympians Misty May-Treanor and April Ross, held a fashion show fundraiser Sunday at the Hidden Jewel Boutique and Gift Shop in Costa Mesa. The fashion show was co-hosted by Newport Beach's Antonia Shoe Boutique. "Everybody was very generous and very kind," Event organizer Evelyn Yardley said. "It was pretty exciting, and the girls had a great time. " Senior and junior players modeled looks from designers like VeronicaM and Charlie Jade, while guests ate snacks donated by a number of local eateries, including Whole Foods Market, Nothing Bundt Cake and French's Cupcake Bakery.
April 11, 2008
Chronic Cantina is asking people to come out for a good cause Sunday. The bar is hosting an event at Triangle Square with music, activities, auctions and a fashion show to raise funds for families dealing with autism. The bar has about $50,000 worth of goods it will be auctioning off and giving away at raffle drawings that will benefit Orange County Spectrum Kids, a nonprofit organization that works with families dealing with autism. The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. with a fashion show at 2 p.m., an all-day DJ and a circus theme.
May 11, 2002
Deirdre Newman A fashion show benefiting an organization that supports children with diabetes will take place tonight in Newport Beach. The event, sponsored by the Padre Foundation, will feature children and teens diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, along with professional models showcasing spring's hottest fashion trends from Robinsons-May. Padre, based at Children's Hospital Orange County, provides numerous education and support programs to children with diabetes and their families regardless of their medical provider or where they are located.
May 19, 2010
This was not your mother’s fashion show! The Friends of Dorothy, a support guild of the AIDS Services Foundation of Orange County, gathered in an Airway Avenue warehouse off the runway of the John Wayne Airport last week for an evening of food, conversation, fundraising and a runway fashion show (adjacent to the JWA runway). But that wasn’t the real show-stopper. First came the young gents showing off the latest menswear from Brooks Bros., South Coast Plaza.
August 30, 2012
Style mavens who have seen films like "The Devil Wears Prada" or have been to New York's Fashion Week are well aware of the stress, attire expectations, expense and name dropping required for admission to most Lincoln Center runway shows. Fortunately, Style Week OC - Orange County's version of the fashion fête - offers all the couture and none of the hauteur. Held at both Fashion Island and the Irvine Spectrum Center, Style Week OC promises a variety of free runway shows and other special events that anyone can attend.
June 27, 2012
The Art Institute of California partnered with AnQi by Crustacean at South Coast Plaza to present an annual student fashion show billed as "Cool Days Haute Nights. " The June 14 fashion dinner, held in the stunning dining room created by the talented Elizabeth An of AnQi, featured a Paris-themed runway show. Student designers and models displayed their fashion creations, parading on a 60-foot glass catwalk that bisected the restaurant. Some 300 local fashionistas began the evening with a champagne cocktail reception and sampled AnQi's signature appetizers, including their famous garlic noodles, while student designers were busy putting finishing touches on the runway show.
October 23, 2004
B.W. COOK The Harvesters' 12th annual fashion show and luncheon netted $500,000 for the Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County. The sold-out event attracted Newport-Mesa citizens to the Four Seasons Hotel at Fashion Island for the silent auction of the season, followed by a most trendy fashion show produced by South Coast Plaza. Under a massive tent, lined in black and pulsating with hip-hop, the threads of Celine, Donna Karan, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Escada, Roberto Cavalli, Yves Saint Laurent and Christian Dior paraded the catwalk.