Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 27, 2006
The long awaited spring 2006 issue is finally here with some exciting interviews. Sheryl Lee Ralph kicks off this issue with her one woman show “Sometimes I Cry.” Sheryl Lee Ralph focuses on HIV/AIDS awareness and the dangerously high number of women infected with the disease. Adrienne Janic of TLC’s Overhaulin’ shows us that Ford Models can fix cars and still do fashion layouts. Designer Alan Del Rosario makes a comeback as he debuts his new collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. Ty-Ron Mayes, the fashion editor of Jewel Magazine, and this “in-demand” celebrity stylist gives us an inside peek at some of his styling secrets. Cheryl Murphy of Spectrum Talent, once a performer, is now the owner of the established talent agencies located both in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Pamela Heath of Steamer Trunk Satins creates unique bridal accessories. (In order to see the videos, download the RealPlayer and (soon to come Windows Media Player).
Read the articles: “The Battle of the Sexes”; and the clever slant on reality TV, "There Once was a Man from Vagina." Enjoy our regular columns: Talking Chic; The Beauty Agenda; Dear Adina; A Million Little Pieces book review; Insights; and Simply Single. View the Spring/Summer 2006 collections from PKabu's line-up of designers during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week photographed by Arun Nevader, see the Alan Del Rosario fashion editorial, and read Agenda’s review of DPA’s Diamond Retreat 2006.
As we approach our second year, celebrate our eighth issue with us. And coming this summer, our ninth issue, is the premier bridal section headed up by Pamela Heath, a producer of art books at the Getty Museum, and the CEO of Steamer Trunk Satins, a bridal accessories company. Stay tuned this summer as Agenda presents over 40 streaming runway shows from top designers out of New York and Los Angeles. Advertising deadlines for Agenda Magazine’s summer issue is May 19, 2006. See our Advertising page for more information.
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