Project Ethos offers glamorous and green designs in a club atmosphere

Project Ethos took place August 11, 2011 from 9pm to 2am at Supperclub in San Francisco and it was a fusion between art, fashion and a musical club atmosphere. The cozy venue provided a club atmosphere which kept the vibe energetic while guests mingled and enjoyed music and artwork.

At 11:15pm the Project Ethos runway began and showed off Frederick’s of Hollywood’s latest swimwear line followed by Cardiwrap by Kymaro’s innovative wrap in red; worn seven different ways. After the runway show, The Flavor Fashionista Challenge began and showcased four amazing gowns by local designers. The gowns were created from recycled materials with a theme based on a Vitamin Water flavor. The four designs stole the show as the crowd cheered and applauded each dress as it took the runway.

The Flavor Fashionista Challenge began with a one-shouldered dress by Larissa which combined draped fabrics and mixed autumn hues. The second gown to grace the runway was by Lauren Crafford-LHC Couture. The baby pink gown was short and sparkling with a dramatic sheer, floor-length skirt that received “ooh’s and aah’s” from the crowd. The third gown on the runway was designed by Verrieres & Sako. The intricate gown was done in various shades of pink and plum. The final gown, made by Wen Guo- Boditecture, was a convertible design that began as a short party dress, then converted into a gala gown and then converted again into a beach party ensemble. The dresses benefitted charity and a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales were donated to NEST which is a non-profit dedicated to helping women move from poverty to self-sufficiency.

Artists featured during the event included Kelly Clancy, Lawrence Yang, Tony Papesh and Boris Janovic. Guests were treated throughout the evening with an eclectic DJ performance by AMP Live.

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