Some people think fashion is fluff. Superficial stuff. Well, that's partially true, we don't NEED clothes to survive (apart from the bare essentials) and we certainly don't need 60+ pairs of shoes (like yours truly) or any of the excesses that most of us partake in when it comes to our wardrobes.
But, fashion can prove itself useful for the greater good. Case in point, the Perfect Red Circle. A charity event to help raise money for the victims of the tsunami in Japan, the Perfect Red Circle is a collaboration between Diaspora Models and Pinstripe Magazine. I am proud and honored to be one of the participating designers and I'll be showing my collection tomorrow evening at 6.45 sharp! The event takes place on Friday, April 8 between 6.30-9.30 pm at the Griffin on Gansevoort Street in the heart of the trendy NYC Meatpacking District. For those of you who are locals, click this link to get the details...tickets are free, but a $10 donation is suggested. For all of you out-of-towners, sorry you can't see it live, but you can still make a donation!