My husband, Gilby Clarke, former band member of Guns N’ Roses, suffers from asthma and always has to carry an inhaler with him everywhere he goes...BREATHE LA rocks!
(Vocus/PRWEB) February 22, 2011
WHO: BREATHE LA’s Los Angeles Premiere of ‘ATTIRE TO INSPIRE’ FASHION SHOW, special celebrity appearances
WHAT:Preview Fashion show (to LA Fashion Week) features the cutting edge designs of Eva Franco, Frankie B., by Daniella Clarke; J. Steger, by Jason Steger; and Safir by Sanaz Afsar. These designers are anticipated to offer sneak peeks of their upcoming Los Angeles Fashion Week designs.
Confirmed celebrities in attendance include Michael Steger (90210, True Blood); Brea Grant (Heroes, Halloween 2); Lauren Storm (The Roommate, I Love You Beth Cooper); Rick Malambri (Step-Up 3D, The Surrogates); Josie Loren (Make It or Break It); Johnny Pacar (Make It or Break It); and Genevieve Farrell (An American Girl on the Homefront).
WHEN: Thursday, February 24, 2011. Cocktails - 6:30 P.M. Fashion Show - 7:00 P.M. prompt.
WHERE: Hollywood's Siren Studios - located at 6063 W. Sunset Blvd. Tower 2
MORE INFO: EVENT IS SOLD OUT!
EXPECTED PARTICIPANTS: Host - TV personality Nick Verreos
Los Angeles City Councilwoman Jan Perry – Proclamation of BREATHE LA DAY - Thursday, February 24, 2011
Statement from Designer Daniella Clarke:
ATTIRE TO INSPIRE designer Daniella Clarke has deeply personal reasons to support the BREATHE LA event.“My husband, Gilby Clarke, former band member of Guns N’ Roses, suffers from asthma and always has to carry an inhaler with him everywhere he goes. It can be frightening, at times, if his inhaler has been left at home and he has a sudden attack. BREATHE LA rocks!”
About Breathe LA
BREATHE California of Los Angeles County (BREATHE LA) is non-profit public benefit organization dedicated to the future of clean air and healthy lungs in Los Angeles County. BREATHE LA was established in 1903 and has over a century of accomplishments. Our mission is to promote clean air and healthy lungs through research, education and technology. For more information please visit http://www.BreatheLA.org.