*ACCIDENTALLY SCHEDULED THIS TO POST ON SUNDAY. SORRY ‘BOUT IT*
So last night was the Wildfox show and it was fantastic! To be honest, I’m not the biggest fan of Wildfox. I actually have a funny story about that…
Back in October, I was at a typical LA house party with some friends. I didn’t know who’s house it was and I had just gone because of my friends. I’m in the kitchen talking to Sean and some guy approaches us and says hello to Sean. He introduced himself to me as “Jimmy”.
The two boys start talking about Wildfox and I assume this guy is just an investor or something. He then turns to me and asks if I want some free Wildfox apparel. Picturing a cheesy shirt that says, “LA CUTIE”, I shook my head and said, “No, thank you. I hate Wildfox”.
Sean bursts out laughing and Jimmy smirks. I asked them what was so funny and Jimmy extends his hand and says, “I’m Jimmy Sommers, the owner of Wildfox”
I nearly choked on my water.
He laughed it off graciously while I nervously giggled along. Fail.
Anyways, the show was beautiful.
Let me set the scene for you: you walk into the “backyard” of The Delano. There are so many different colors: the orange glow from the numerous candles, the bright green trees that look magical, and the fluorescent blue radiating from the water. Brandon and I took our time walking to the show just to admire the beauty around us.
We finally made it over to the large crowd of people and found a good spot. One by one, scantily clad models emerged from the dressing room doing their best Naomi-like struts. They looked like they were having the time of their lives as they danced around the stage, smiling and blowing kisses to the crowd. They all stood in front of large cubes, climbed on them at the same time, and continued to wiggle for the photographers.
I noticed one model in particular and pointed her out to B.
“You can see who’s the best models by how flawlessly they move. Every second they are moving so slightly but they’re still making dramatic poses.”
All in all, the show was great. The line was typical Wildfox: The Ultimate LA Babe. One of my favorite suits was a one-piece that had a very pin-up vibe to it. Here is a photo (that I stole from their Facebook), the middle is my favorite:
After the show finished, we headed into the Glamour x Wildfox afterparty and had so much fun. It was so nice to reconnect with all of my LA friends and be in that Miami “wild-and-out” mood. Am I still suffering from it today? Yes. Completely worth it.
Thank you for having meeee!