BluPrint Fashion Show Hosts Music and Models in Downtown L.A.

The rooftop of the downtown Standard in Los Angeles was home to fashion models, live music and attendees looking for a good time on Sunday night as BluPrint Clothing, Maia.aiaM Lingerie and Jacob Kozinn debuted creatively sexy runway ensembles.
With the bright city lights serving as their backdrop, music acts took the stage before the fashion show. The Boat Times kicked off the night by performing a string of catchy, upbeat songs. The crowd sipped cocktails and bobbed their heads to the music being played by the Los Angeles group.
 The Boat Times performing at the Standard Rooftop

Besides rock music, hip-hop rhythms were delivered by ElaNef and Zeps. The duo busted out with skillful beat-boxing techniques, which definitely got the crowd moving. Straight out of Brooklyn, NY, these guys energized the crowd despite the muzzled sound system and mics that cut in and out.

After the duo finished their set, Enzyme Dynamite and True Justice performed infectious galactic songs about girls and celebrities. Rapper Enzyme Dynamite put on an entertaining show running around and interacting with the crowd. Audience members danced wildly to notable songs including, “Fly Away,” and “U.F.O,” which brought bass thumping beats to the rooftop.
 
The last to perform was Brooklyn female rapper Dama Nilz, who claims to have “no image, no gimmicks, delivering straight raw shit,” according to her Myspace page. Dama Nilz rapped about the various types of weed, while performing with an in your face swagger.
Dama Nilz onstage

Finally, it was time for the fashion show. As the show was underway, an even mix of female fashionistas and male attendees rushed to the runway to reserve their spot. The first collection to make its way down the runway was from Maia.aiaM Lingerie, which featured classic looks containing tassels, high waist designs and lace.  The show consisted of mainly two piece collections and see through designs reminiscent of retro/vintage styles. See below for runway snapshots from the Maia.aiaM collection.
 
 
Accompanying Maia.aiaM Lingerie designs were suits by Jacob Kozinn, pictured below:
 
Finally, Julie Machado’s BluPrint Clothing was next on the runway, displaying two piece bikinis and sexy dresses. Each of the ensembles featured one of a kind graffiti prints creating hip, edgy urban looks. At the end of the collection, Julie Machado came out and hugged her models (pictured below).
 
 
 
Overall, the show was a success combining a great location, drink specials, sexy designs and entertaining musical acts.View our slide show for complete coverage of the fun-filled event:
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Author: Christy Scronce

Formerly an editor at Demand Media, writer at Citysearch, The Examiner and proofreader at The Los Angeles Daily News, Christy Scronce decided to start Disarray Magazine because she missed writing what she wanted. From hiring writers, to contacting publicists and making assignments, Christy is responsible for the editorial strategy of DisarrayMAG. When she’s not running Disarray, she’s consulting for Tigerlily Consultants, helping businesses with their content marketing and social media strategies.

6 thoughts

  1. The show was fun and the outfits were hot! Awesome venue, cool laid back crowd and awesome music. Is there going to be another BluPrint event?

  2. i came from brooklyn and that party was poppin, the dj was incredible.. i heard theres gonna be another party in spring

  3. What a night!! Thanks to Christy Buena for her coverage, Zeps, DJ True Justice, Resource Magazine, Six Stair and all the designers. More BluPrint$F.A.M.E. events are planned for L.A. and NYC in the the near future…

    -ElaNef

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