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Giveaway ends Saturday, September 10th @ 11:59PM PST.
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In the midst of our very fabulous 2011 fashion show, Audrey’s Fashion Night Out, one of my favorite things to get all wrapped up about is the clothes.
This year, we have seven FABULOUS designers showcasing their wears. Just looking at their Fall/Winter look books got me all hot and bothered.
Here are some of my favorite picks from each line.
Look at those ruffles! And that sweet bow on the side of the gray pencil skirt? I can definitely see myself with this sexy secretary look around the office.
Mimi Kim is the creator and designer of Mimi Kim Jewelry, a line of classic, chic pieces using semi-precious stones and a delicate touch. Kim’s custom crafted pieces have been featured in magazines and on the runways at Fashion Week.
Mimi Kim Jewelry was also featured at Audrey’s Night Out. Check out closeups of her stunning pieces:
See more at Mimi Kim Jewelry.
Jenny Han is a celeb favorite. When she presented her fall 2010 collection at Audrey’s Night Out, actress Ashley Jones (Bold and the Beautiful, True Blood) insisted on being there, a devoted Jenny Han fan.
And it’s no wonder. Jenny Han’s clothes are consistently on trend, super cool and eminently wearable. Launched in the fall of 2004, Jenny Han creates clothes for the woman who is “romantic and girly with an edge.” Take a look yourself and just try not to fall in love.
For more on Jenny Han, click here.
C.C. Couture was started by Carol Chen, who first came to Audrey‘s attention as the first Asian American Miss San Francisco. Back then, she talked of her aspirations of becoming a designer, and now she has! Check out some looks from her line at Audrey’s Night Out.
“I can see myself in everything by Mik Imik!” raved Kavi Ladnier at Audrey’s Night Out 2010.
It was a practically the mantra of the night. So many women came up to me raving about Korean native Kimi Kim’s line of contemporary women’s wear. (That’s right — her line is her name spelled backwards.) The Parsons grad honed her skills at Anna Sui, Ann Taylor and Target Private Label before starting Mik Imik several years ago.
From poufy, ribbon-tied dresses to perfectly flattering black pants to a frothy maxi skirt paired with a slim black turtleneck, Kim creates tailored pieces for the sophisticated career woman. Check out more of her looks from Audrey’s Night Out.
Find out more about Mik Imik here.
We featured Thai designer Disaya in our Winter 2010-11 issue, and she also featured her fall line at Audrey’s Night Out. Educated at the prestigious Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in London, Disaya Prokobsantisukh honed her craft at John Galliano before launching the critically acclaimed Boudoir by Disaya, a lingerie line. She’s since expanded to ready to wear and jewelry that any fashionista would recognize as the right balance between wearability and design. Here are some more looks from her fall line.
For more looks from Disaya, click here.
If you’re in NYC and a fan of a cool, vintage fashion vibe, you’re in luck. Clothing line Yumi Kim is hosting a Holiday Soiree on December 9 at the Yumi Kim flagship store in the Lower East Side! Not only will there be loads of treats, cocktails and bubbles, but for one night only, shoppers get an additional 30% off everything in the shop. Designer Kim Phan will be there to offer her styling tips, so it’s a great opportunity to meet the talent behind the name.
If you didn’t attend Audrey’s Night Out, then you missed out on Yumi Kim’s fall 2010 runway show. True to her style, Yumi Kim showed off the coolest vintage-inspired prints. Paired with a cool headband, some thigh socks and loads of attitude, and you’ve got your go-to weekend look.
A former music industry maven, Phan designs pieces inspired by vintage prints and funky urban silhouettes. Her flagship store in New York City’s Lower East Side is a giant version of Phan’s closet, with the entire Yumi Kim line alongside vintage bags and accessories.
See more at Yumi Kim’s website.
For the Yumi Kim Holiday Soiree:
YUMI KIM SHOP
December 9th, 2010
105 Stanton Street
NY, NY 10002
(corner of Ludlow & Stanton Street)
Finally! Our Winter 2010-11 Issue is out! Check out our stunning red-headed, be-freckled Asian American cover girl Angelina, luxuriating in the afterglow of the season!
Inside we’ve got all sorts of goodies for you like:
* The Green Hornet‘s Jay Chou
* YouTube mega-star Joseph Vincent
* Behind the scenes on American Idol with their resident stylist Soyon An
* More photos from Audrey’s Night Out 2010
* Escape (vicarously) to an Ayurveda spa in southern India
* Resolutions (the dating kind) for the new year
* Holiday dressing, tuxedo-style
* Cozy knits and rapturous wraps for a winter getaway
* Luxe beauty products
* Plus films, TV, books, music, food, travel and all the stories that matter to you!
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We here at Audrey are huge fans of Lynn Chen. She made a red carpet and catwalk appearance at Audrey’s Night Out, and blogged about her experience here. Instead of participating in the debauchery of the after party, she went around posing with the vintage cars at the Petersen Automotive Museum. She is so refreshing!
Her turn as the uptight older sister to Karin Anna Cheung’s more … shall we say … morally carefree sister in The People I’ve Slept With (the title says it all) was classic, but if you want to see another side of Chen, you have to go get White on Rice, out on DVD today.
The disc is loaded with never-before-seen features, including a documentary film of the Japanese premiere, deleted scenes, and a voice cameo by legendary actor Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead, Spider-Man 3). White on Rice was born of collaboration between Dave Boyle (Big Dreams Little Tokyo) and lead actor Hiroshi Watanabe (Letters from Iwo Jima, The Last Samurai), who worked together in Boyle’s first film. “I knew right away [Watanabe] had the comic charisma to carry a lead role in a comedy. He’s the only guy who could pull of this role, and I’m proud of our work together on the film,” said Boyle.
The Honolulu Advertiser calls the film “A Satisfying Comedic Feast,” while the San Francisco Chronicle said the film was “A cinematic milestone.”
Check out our interview with Lynn Chen here. Chen plays the love interest of Jimmy, a misguided 40-year-old divorceé trying to navigate his way through a new life (and find a new wife) in America out of his sister’s basement.
For more information on the film, visit: http://whiteonricethemovie.com
To watch the first five minutes of the movie go to: