Project Ethos LA Market Week - You're Invited June 19th 2012

Project Ethos is an event that showcases emerging fashion, music and art to buyers, media and consumers through live events and the World Wide Web. As part of its quarterly schedule for 2012, Project Ethos will kick off the summer with a line-up featuring the best of Project Runway Alumni alongside emerging fashion, music and art talent. Hosted on Tuesday, June 19th, 2012 at the Avalon Hollywood (1735 Vine St. Los Angeles, CA 90028), with Jin&Quinn (who creates celebrity driven Branded Lifestyle Events in L.A, some of his current clients include: The W Hollywood, Chinese Laundry, Ducati, and Fred Segal just to name a few), Armand de Brignac and TNT Agency who will provide its stunning hair and make-up styling for the models.


Past Designer Ermelinda Manos

The first runway show at 8:30pm will consist of emerging designers Michail Sykianakis (Mihail Kian), Brenna Hoffman (XYST), Lauren Stucky (Lauren Stucky), Camiille Liim (Camille Liim), Noah Landis (Kent Denim) and Nausheen Gilkar (Sheen).


Live Art

With acts such as LMFAO, Colbie Caillat, and Bruno Mars featured in past events, Project Ethos will showcase its next music pick -- Los Angeles based Virtual Boy, at 9pm. Live painting from Lab Art’s Meex One and Felix will be set bordering the main room with installations in the lobby and Honey from Flewnt and from Salazar Contemporary Art, Spenser Little.


Past Designer Glaudi

The second runway show at 9:30pm will be composed of Project Runway alumni Gordana Gehlhausen, Michael Costello, and Bert Keeter.

Jin&Quinn will host the official after party including its own encore fashion show, live concert, DJs and special gusts from 10pm-2am.

Project Ethos is an amazing event in a cool setting that no one will want to miss!

Tickets for Tuesday June 19, 2012 are on sale now:

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