Chicago's recent World Fashion Show was world class thanks to the efforts of ZZAZZ Production's
These global fashions represented the wonderful cultural diversity that our great city has to offer and was presented on the Harris Theater Rooftop Terrace. At the beginning of the show there was a "Hello Sister" video narrated by Oprah Winfrey which was originally created for the IOC visit (we all know the sad results of this). It was a very exciting event and as you approached the Rooftop, dramatic lighting pointed the way to the tent enclosed venue. There were photographers everywhere and video cameras were recording all of the moments. The designers were being interviewed in front of the Step-and-Repeat and ticket holders were air kissing their friends and taking photos--the atmosphere was abuzz with activity and reminded me of the excitement of NY Fashion Week.
Guests were all chicly dressed and even though there was a chill in the air, everyone was very warm in spirit. Fashionistas in attendance included Melissa Gamble (Director of Fashion Arts & Events at Dept. of Cultural Affairs) and her hubby, Richard Gamble (new publisher of Chicago Magazine), Hazel Barr, Greg Hyder,
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