Look of the day: Karen Tamblyn

Look of the day: Karen Tamblyn

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Pre-A-Porter Fall 2009

Emanuel Ungaro Front Row Part 1

It is March 8, early afternoon. The show is about to begin......Photographers and paparazzi are ecstatic over celebrities seated front row including American fashion stylist Rachael Zoe, French comedian Charlie Chaplin's actress granddaughter Dolores Chaplin, French actress Emmanuelle Beart and model turned actress Anna Sherbinina at the Carroussel Du Louvre - Salle Le Notre.

Front Row Celebrities
 Anna Sherbinina

Rodger Berman, Rachael Zoe, Emmanuelle Beart and Dolores Chaplin

San Francisco socialites and jettsetters, including luxury real estate exec Joel Goodrich, commercial real estate developer Mark Calvano, PR and Event Consultant Bahya  Oumlil-Murad, Carolyn Lee wife of Planning Commissioner Bill Lee, Stationary Designer Francein Hansen,  and Gayle Evans wife of British Consul General to San Francisco to mention a few, joined owner of the House of Ungaro Isha (wearing Ungaro of course) and Asim Abdullah for the show, a perennial favorite of fashion week in Paris.

Isha and Asim Abdullah and Bahya Oumlil-Murad

Isha Abdullah, Maryam Mahdavi and Karen Tamblyn

Carolyn Lee and Gayle Evans

Joel Goodrich, Francein Hansen, Bahya Oumlil-Murad
Karen Tamblyn and Mark Calvano

Colombian-born Esteban Cortazar delivered a flamboyant and fresh collection that stayed true to the house founder, fun and sensual. He presented a palette full of bold and contrasting colors like royal blue, orange and fucsia. He added bold tights to the body hugging dresses, well -cut micro mini skirts and structured dresses. Congratulations, Esteban Cortazar!!!! His third season with Ungaro is his best to date. Cortazar is a brilliant designer and continues to more fully embrace the style of the house with each season. I absolutely enjoyed the show.

Ungaro Model (picture from Style.com)

Ungaro model (photo from Style.com)

Ungaro model (photo from Style.com)

Back Stage: Joel Goodrich, Esteban Cortazar and Karen Tamblyn

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