LA Fashion and Nightlife Legend to Launch Namesake Line
"Atousa" at King King During
LA Fashion Week 2002
Los Angeles, CA - One of Los Angeles' top fashion forward designers, Atousa Ghanizadeh will debut her new namesake women's line "Atousa" on November 2nd at Hollywood's newest hot spot King King, 6555 Hollywood Blvd. The event will begin with a VIP cocktail hour with hors'douerves at 10pm followed by a freeform dance performance, art directed by Marise Feritas and choreographed by top music video artists Chris De La Cruz and Lena Blake. At 11pm the fashion show of the new collection and the winter line of Atousa's signature brand "A Liquid Affair" will take place. The show will be awash in the cutting edge electronic music Atousa is known for using in her shows, along with visuals by LA''s top events visual crew V2 Labs and a biographic montage by Siobahn Prior.
Following the fashion show Bookher Agency will be showcasing their roster of women DJs with Sol, Sharon Buck, Akiko and Kat spinning till close. The entire evening will be MC'ed by to one of the top MCs in LA's drum 'n bass scene, Kemst. Entrance for the event is $10 at the door.
Atousa is proud to be celebrating 10 years in fashion in 2002. Since starting her original women's line in 1992, she added the men's line and a DJ specific line of luggage under the brand "Hi-Roller" in 2000.
"A Liquid Affair's" distinctive image is easily recognized. These trend-setting fashions are often featured in fashion publications such as Sportswear International, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, Teen, Alternative Press, Female FYI, FINE, Tricky, Lotus, URB, and Young & Modern. Editorial coverage has also appearred in the Los Angeles Times, Apparel News, and Women's Wear Daily.
"A Liquid Affair" also serves as a source of wardrobe for the top Hollywood and music video stylists. Atousa's creations have been seen in the Sony Pictures films Loser and in Groove the acclaimed rave film picked up by Sony Pictures Classics during the 2000 Sundance film festival. Her styles have also graced the television stars of "Beverly Hills 90210" and "Clueless." World renown hotties Daisy Fuentes and Carmen Elektra have been spotted wearing the designs during their TV segments. From Melrose Avenue, to the streets of Japan, "A Liquid Affair" continues to reach out to the fashion conscious worldwide.
With it's deep roots in the music scene, "A Liquid Affair" and "Hi-Roller" are also worn by the top trend setting artists and DJs. Some fans include Powerman 5000, Marilyn Manson, Korn, Ming & FS, Craze, Smith & Mighty, The Chemical Brothers, Angel (60 channels), Moloko, A Guy Called Gerald, Sandra Collins, DJ Taylor, Superstar DJ Keoki and many others.
With "A Liquid Affair, "Hi-Roller" and now "Atousa," Atousa Ghanizadeh is poised for even more success on the fashion-forward scene. The November 2nd event will be a fun and valuable addition to November's LA Fashion Week 2002 and serve as a reminder that Atousa is a beloved local designer coming into her prime.
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