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Welcome to Hollywood! What’s your dream?

Everybody comes here; this is Hollywood, land of dreams.

Some dreams come true, some don’t; but keep on dreamin’ — this is Hollywood!

If you’re a “Pretty Woman” fan, you’ll recognize those words right off the bat.

And if you’re in Hollywood on Thursday, November 20, your dream of becoming a fashion model might just come true.

UGLYNY and UGLY London have come to Los Angeles to partner with the iconic Street Chic Brand Ed Hardy to find the new faces of Ed Hardy through a series of open casting calls throughout the greater metro L.A. area.

The casting call will be held in the Jack Gallery from 11 AM to 2 PM..

That’s in the Farmers Market, 6333 West 3rd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90036.

A Photographer will be on hand at the casting calls to take shots of potential models.

Headshots will be accepted.

Or you can beat the rush by submitting your headshots ahead of time.

Email pictures, bios and contact information to LA@UGLYNY.COM

Hair and Makeup are being provided by Floyd’s 99 Barbershop for Men and Women.

Attendees may be filmed for future TV broadcast.

Christian Audigier has issued an official invitation to the public (if they live in LA).

It’s to celebrate Los Angeles Fashion Week by attending Unity, A Night of Fashion at the Americana at Brand in Glendale.

It’s on tomorrow, Saturday, October 18, 2008 at 5:00 p.m.

Audigier’s folks say the fashion show will be high energy and visually stunning fashion show celebrates and features seven of his diverse brands.

Attendees will see the Spring collections of Ed Hardy®, Christian Audigier®, SMET(TM), Paco Chicano(TM), Crystal Rock(TM), Rock Fabulous(TM) and Evel Knievel(TM).

The event will include celebrity appearances, street performers and live music, we’re told.

Some people absolutely hated what they saw.

Others are in love with on-trend collections from Lauren Conrad and Ed Hardy that showed are LA Fashion Week.

Whyyyyyy? Read More »


Is the West Coast struggling to compete with Bryant Park?

TheFashionSpot, (http://www.theFashionSpot.com), an online fashion community destination, has announced their top 10 list of worst trends at the S/S 09 shows during LA Fashion Week.


1. Hair pieces at the Lauren Conrad show
2. Suh Tahn’s denim on denim (men’s blazer over shorts)
3. College mid-term, hairstyle buns at Whitley Kros
4. Julie Clancey’s formless sheath gowns
5. Kevan Hall’s berets
6. Covered from head-to-toe in cartoon prints at Ed Hardy
7. Itty bitty hot pants at Elmer Ave
8. Lana Fuchs ruffled white wedding gown
9. The Sheiki look: Faded denim jeans with glitter pockets, fishnet bra
worn with an open, grommet vest
10. Viridis Luxe boyfriend jean gone bad

The future of LA Fashion Week hangs in the balance as Smashbox and event organizer IMG part ways after this year’s shows are over.

Will the potential loss of LA Fashion Week make an impact on the fashion community?

Watch this space.

Images :: Associated Press // Matt Sayles

Christian Audigier was on point with his Spring 2009 collection.

Vibrant colours popped out in his uniquely urban take on fashion in the fresh, Generation Now, carefree runway show.

We’ve got pics! Read More »

Christian Audigier is at it again!

This time the designer who created the Ed Hardy brand has joined forces with legendary rocker and record producer Dave Stewart, best known for his work with Eurythmics.

Together Dave and Christian will co-design and produce “Rock Fabulous,” the collection. A creative collaboration that will embody Dave’s rock and roll lifestyle and his passion for music with Christian’s explosive ability to engineer globally distributed brands.

Together they will re-define the rock and roll lifestyle through their common love for music and fashion.

The Rock Fabulous World will encompass a broad spectrum of products from perfume to motorcycles.

According to a statement released by Audigier, initially the Collection will include high end men’s and ladies’ embellished tee shirts, hoodies, headwear and track jackets, as well as a group of “premium couture” fashion pieces.

Everything will “Rock” a combination of distressed, hand-printed, metallic foil art, hand-set crystals, and accent hand-stitching.