Over the weekend I attended Glamorama for the third year in a row. It’s always been one of my favorite Chicago events because not only is it a great show with a super fun after party, but all of the money raised benefits the Ronald McDonald House in Chicago (an awesome cause!)
This weekend I attended one of my favorite fashion events of the year, Glamorama! I had the pleasure of going with Corri McFadden of eDrop-Off and we had such a blast.
It was so fun seeing new collections from Sonia Rykiel, Marc Jacobs and even Karl Lagerfeld’s new line for Macy’s. I also got to see Cee Lo and Far East Movement perform which was super fun.
The after party was CRAZY (but in a good way) with so many goodies and activities…it’s definitely one of the most entertaining events I’ve ever been to.
Of course, one of my favorite parts is dressing up. I wore a Proenza Schouler Fall 2010 dress with spiked Christian Louboutin slingbacks and a neon Christopher Kane clutch.
FYI any photos from the Glamorama show were taken on my iPhone (they wouldn’t let me bring my camera in) so I apologize for the sub-par quality. But I do what I can to share my experiences with you…even if it means taking illegal photos
Did you go to Glamorama this year? What did you think?
One of my first major events as a blogger was attending Macy’s Presents Glamorama last summer. It was such a fun event…and it looks like it’s going to be even bigger and better this year. It was just announced that Cee Lo Green and Far East Movement will be performing at the event on Friday, August 12 at the Chicago Theatre.
This year’s theme for Glamorama is ARTRAGEOUS, where attendees can view looks from top designers like Jean Paul Gaultier, Marc Jacobs, Sonia Rykiel and more. The best part? The event benefits the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland® and Northwest Indiana.
Planning on attending? Be sure to get your tickets early! They’re available at www.ronaldhousechicago.org and will be availble June 8th at www.thechicagotheatre.com or by calling Ticketmaster, 1-800-745-3000.