Macy's Glamorama was a feast for the eyes, ears and fashion minded on it's 30th anniversary of it's fashion show fund-raiser whose proceeds benefit AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) and Project Angel Food.
The theme “British Invasion: The Music Then. The Fashion Now!”, gave way to a high octane visual style which featured performances by R&B artist Robin Thicke, pop duo Karmin and iHeartRadio Rising Star winners Megan and Liz in between runway shows.
The fun and cheeky show with everything British, including Big Ben, Abbey Road, a double-decker bus and the Union Jack, being bandied about did an
The musical acts, visual styling and fall collections were all enthusiastically received and deservedly so. It was a fashion and music extravaganza with the zenith of the show not being the fashion or the stars but four young dancers; Charlize Glass, 10, William Simmons, 12 yrs old, Francis Bailey Munoz, 12, Camren 'CamCam' Bicondova, 13.
The exuberance and impressive talent of these incredibly self-possessed kids had the audience delighted. I personally could not get enough of them and so was tickled pink when, at the after party, they spontaneously started dancing right next to where I was standing enjoying my peanut butter cupcake - yum! These four weren't performing for anyone, mainly just "goofing off" amongst themselves but it wasn't more than a few seconds that a crowd gathered to watch these young 'uns with their endless supply of energy rock the after party.
Charlize, William, Francis and CamCam are all gracious, smart and eager to make the world a better place, and to mention again, with an endless supply of energy. It is the energy and passion of youth that will insure our future and I have no doubt that these four alone will have a great impact. Macy's Glamorama British invasion theme was an inspired idea, having these four future leaders shine on stage was pure genius!
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