October Fashion is Pure Hot Pink

Yes, I said it. Shopping has substance!

News from south of the Weho border:

Some local stories take us well beyond our immediate borders—fashion being one of them. And thank goodness for that or we would be desolate without our glitter, feather, glass inspirations here in Weho and everywhere else.   

Another would be breast cancer. It's a story about our moms, sisters, aunts, grandmas, girlfriends and ourselves. And it happens everywhere.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and so I am taking a moment to thoughtfully pause from every day around town arts and culture. What's more, instead of feeling woeful, I decided that it would much more convivial to regale the subject of the month with a meaningful shopping event.

Yes, I said it. Shopping has substance! Read on…

Shoe design house Charles David has partnered up with the Breast Cancer Charities of America (BCCA) with an i Go (Pure) Pink Fashion Fights Breast Cancer exclusive platform pump landing in stores Oct. 15. Twenty percent of sales will go directly to the charity with a highlighted event on Oct. 20, celebrating their store re-opening at the Beverly Center.

With LA Fashion Weekend (next week - and we know some of you will be sneaking over to Sunset Gower Studios to oggle collections for next spring and summer) and the sure to be extra fabulous Weho Carnaval around the corner, now would be the time to prep with a killer black and pink stiletto, because this season is filled with just as much color as drama.    

Pure Hot Fun Fashion Living.

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Dennice Loraine July 17, 2012 at 05:43 AM
It is really great idea to fight against breast cancer. I would really like to thank you & Charles David. My point is we should at least donate something whatever we do. I am a salaried employee & every month I donate certain part of my salary. If everyone will do these little things, it can make a big difference in the life of those who are really in need. I really got inspired when I heard about Jason Halek. Read more about him- http://jasonhalek.newdataagency.com/. He is successful business man along with he has established Halek Charities for children. We need people like Charles David & Jason Halek.


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