Fashion, neon, and sensory bliss
West Coast Club Life held it's "Glamour and Glow" event last evening and it delivered all the sensory stimulation it had promised. Models displayed the hippest clothing, swimwear, and art. Glowing body paint and theatrical fiber optic hair extensions were thrown into the dramatic showcase. 3-D visual props, sculpture, and paintings surrounded the affair for a constant barrage of visual wonderment.
GLAMOUR AND GLOW
Glamour and Glow, a bi-annual event, that is performance driven and visually stimulating. Models will be showcasing the hottest independent designer fashion clothing while displaying glowing body art and theatrical fiber optic hair extension. The presence of a dramatic mix of circus arts will accompany the stage with wild acrobatic feats and stunning 3-D visual props, sculptures and paintings.
Glamour and Glow: Explosive, Seductive Celebration
More and more one realizes that when attending a WestCoastClubLife event organized by Dave Soko, one is going to get a little more than what is expected. In the case of Glamour and Glow it was a lot more. How to describe the visual excess and revelry of dozens of beautiful young women prancing around mostly in glowing body paint, posing for photos, seductively dancing on the runway in between fashion shows, or just hanging out on the dance floor. The World Beat Center was hot, but for more than just the lack of air conditioning. The atmosphere rocked with great music, bodies dancing non-stop, glow in the dark people and art, and just a joyous, exhilarating ambiance of sheer delight and fun.
Growing Art and Pop Culture Scene – ICONs leading the way in San Diego
Event organizers Jon Block and Dave Soko were pleased that their work could bring many local artists and businesses exposure in addition to funding Jeans 4 Justice. “People come to ICONs and see and hear new stuff. Maybe they become a fan or buy that an artist’s CD or painting. That’s the greatest gift I can give to help support artists,” says Block. “I’m a firm believer that the more you give, the more you get.” “ICONS is really a hybrid of fashion, music, art, and geek,” adds Soko, “and there is no better time and place to unite them than right here during Comic-Con weekend.”
ICONS fashion: Fantasy and fun
ICONS, an art, fashion, music, and film extravaganza created by WestCoastClubLife and Jon Block, took place at the Horton Plaza Event Center on Sat, July 24, 2010. Several fashion shows took to the runway throughout the day well into the night, featuring some of San Diego’s hottest fashion lines. Costumes, comics, and creativity were the theme of the day in honor of the concurring Comic-Con, taking place right down the street. Barnett Superstore paid tribute to the comic concept with its sexy costumes, including Supergirl with thigh-high fishnets, a red and blue bikini bottom, and small inverted pyramid red top and cape. Models wearing a yellow top with a tiger design, black, ruffled gauzy skirt with yellow trim, and a ballerina with a multicolored pastel corset and thigh-high stocking with pink satin bows stood out.