Perspectives, perspectives, perspectives.
What makes this concept so interesting is how it continually boggles your mind, even during Fashion Week. As some of you may know, I previously dabbled into fashion journalism – something I’m still interested in today – a year ago before becoming an intern for Fashion Week San Diego (FWSD). Like all journalists, I watched, I observed, and I discovered.
Fashion Week San Diego currently runs for four days straight instead of a week like most traditional Fashion Weeks. In addition, the venues tend to change each year; however, they’re primarily located in La Jolla.
11 AM: Food Runs
Crystal, the Sam to my Allison
or is it the other way around?, and I haven’t eaten at all. Although it wasn’t call time, we stopped by a nearby Thai place called Aroi Cafe for our lunch.
12 PM: Call Time
The location of the fashion presentation was at the Shane Bowden Art Gallery. Filled with controversial pop-up art, the location was perfect for that day’s theme: The Art & Beauty Behind Fashion.
6 PM – 9 PM: The Art & Beauty Behind Fashion Presentation
Although I wasn’t able to take as many photos as I’d like to since I was at Front of House (FoH), I heard it was a great success. The photos speak for themselves.
11 PM: Hello La Valencia
MacKenzie, an event intern, and I stayed at the gorgeous La Valencia for the night before realizing we have to make a food run to Vons later that evening. Being exhausted from the long day, we knocked out almost instantly, but after we took photos, of course.
Top: FWSD | Skirt: Thrift | Cardigan: Thrift | Choker: Charlotte Russe | Ring: Thrift