Moody Girls Day Out summer fashion show at the Hub

MARALOVE offered its Moody Ladies Day Out at Westfield Mission Valley on July 9. This summer fashion show started with a sparkling reception in the Macy’s Residence Courtyard sponsored by Topo Chico. All guests ended up handled to the Topo Chico mineral water, a swag bag, and a free of charge raffle ticket for astounding giveaways. A lounge booth supplied photography for the action and repeat image opp with the backdrop of Mariel Méndez’s artwork.

Mèndez is a San Diego artist who has offered several collections with her artwork. The names of a several are “Color Attraction,” “When Vogue Satisfies Artwork,” and “Moody Women.”

She has also put together vogue and artwork by developing handpainted apparel. She selects unwelcome pieces of outfits and provides her artwork to them this sort of as blazers, dresses, and coats. By adding her distinct type of art to the upcycled garments she is becoming environmentally mindful and making a person-of-a-kind items of outfits.

The manner show was held at the Hub in the Courtyard. When visitors walked into the event room, they were being greeted with inviting tunes by DJ Mason Dyer and a home surrounded by jumbo paintings of MARALOVE artwork. Everybody sat in the encompassing booths in anticipation of the clearly show.

Ileana Méndez (sister) and artist/designer Mariel Méndez. Photographs BY DIANA CAVAGNARO
Finale gown.

The products began parading close to the area demonstrating off their hand-painted garments. These outfits were being wonderfully styled with jewellery, handbags, and sneakers by Liese Victoria, the artistic director of the vogue exhibit party. Material and tulle bows have been added to some of the sneakers for an added touch. The crème de la crème had been the darkish eyeglasses encrusted with jewels. They had been not craze accessories but style equipment that made the outfits.

The finale finished with night have on that consisted of floor-duration sequined gowns. When the designs strutted all around the space they gained a large spherical of applause from the crowd alongside with “oohs” and “aahs.” The previous model arrived down the runway hand in hand with Méndez.

Afterward, rolling racks have been wheeled out with MARALOVE clothing so that the audience could do some really serious procuring with the artist. A hustle and bustle started and every person had a good time searching.

Méndez also experienced some art for sale along with collectible enamel pins, which are developed with motivational phrases of really like and self-esteem. If you missed this exciting working day, take a look at her website at maraloveshop.com.

Upcoming Situations

July 29-30 – The 13th La Jolla Intercontinental Trend Film Pageant at The Lot La Jolla. World’s premier collecting of fashion filmmakers. For tickets, pay a visit to bit.ly/3meqGO5.

July 29-31, 5-10 p.m. – San Diego Swim 7 days (SDSW). A two-working day trend exhibit and browsing experience. Manner present Friday on Runway 1 and Saturday on Runway 2. Time: 6 p.m. Red Carpet: 10 p.m. Positioned at LUCE on Kettner on 2310 Kettner Blvd. For tickets, stop by sandiegoswimweek.com.

Aug. 5 – Ten’s Throughout the Board Style Exhibit from 7-9 p.m. at San Diego Dance Headquarters at 5035 Shawline St. For tickets, stop by TensAcrossTheBoard.eventbrite.com.

Diana Cavagnaro is an internationally renowned Couture Milliner centered in the San Diego place. Study more about our hat designer, instructor, and blogger at DianaCavagnaro.com.