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POST-GAZE'n'E, OCTOBER 3, 2014 Page 9 ~iili !i i!iiii by tlngela Comacchio >< i> A special edition to Boston Fashion Week celebrates a legend, YOLANDA: Innovative Fashion Icon, 50 Years of High Heels, Headpieces, and Haute Couture will run through November 30th at the Charles River Museum. (Photo by abstacks.com) Socially Scene Preview ... Here we are again another week closer to Boston Fash- ion Week! The designers are putting on the final stitch and the events are begin- ning to unfold. Socially Scene was on site this past Saturday for The Design Museum "Five" Gala at the W Hotel to celebrate five years. It was a creative black tie event to say the least. The guests were draped in ball room attire that was "redesigned" to suite the affair. It was amazing to see what The Design Museum has done for the city of Bos- ton and fun is an under: statement for the dynamics of the evening. The live band, signature cocktails, silent and live auction, it was just one fabulous evening. Be sure to tune back in as Socially Scene will be making a personal trip to The Design Museum with an onsite review! Moving closer to Boston Fashion Week there is an endless line-up of events to exhibit featuring extraordi- nary designs and accesso- ries from the late 20th cen- tury. The exhibit celebrates fashion icon, brilliant busi- ness entrepreneur, and in- novative marketing genius, Yolanda Cellucci. On display will be an array of couture ensembles and high fashion accessories on loan from Yolanda's private collection, the Lasell College Fashion Collection, and the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. This fine selection of garments features pieces by celebrated designers such as: Bob Mackie, Givenchy, Oscar de la Renta, Stephen Yearick and more. For all this extra- vert fashion visit the Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation lo- cated at 154 Moody St, Waltham. For more informa- tion call 781-893-5410, ext. 11 or visit http://crmi.org/. Beginning Friday, October 3rd through November, 28~ at 12p.m. Marilyn Riseman's Fashion Luncheon Presented by Brasserie JO at the Colon- nade Hotel. Each week will compliment the upcoming highlight a different de- runway shows. Here are just signer while you can treat make your reservation by calling 617-425-3240. Also on Friday, October 3rd at 5:00 pm is First Fridays "Fashion Fusion" presented by The Institute of Contem- porary Art. Join Boston's most chic for a night of fash- ion, music, cocktails, and dancing where art and style collide. The Boston Globe's Style Magazine team joins the ICA for First Fridays: Fash- ion Fusion7 Contributing Editor Rachel Raczka and independent stylist Sarah Benge, with other members of the team, give us the be- hind-the-scenes scoop on how the Bianca Jagger, Glam-Rock inspired "Fall Fashion's Cooling Trend" fea- ture came to life. Also get personal advice on how to put together these looks for fall with models on hand dressed in the fashions featured in the magazine. MLR Artist Management will join fashion forces with stylist Kathy Benharris, Model Club Inc., and various student- designers - to--1~eserlt - a Fashion Fusion Installa- tion. Guests will also have an opportunity to pose with models in a photo booth and visit beauty bars. This 21+ event does sell out; advance tickets are rec- ommended. ICA Members can attend the event for free, but are encouraged to make advance reservations. The museum will not be open to visitors outside of the First Friday's event. The Institute of Contemporary Art is located at 100 Northern Avenue. They can be reached at 617-478-3100. For more information, visit http: / / bit.ly /1pJE99e. Saturday, October 4th at 3:00 pm enjoy an Afternoon Tea Fashion Show with Ted Baker London presented by The Reserve at The Langham. Celebrate Boston Fashion Week with an af- ternoon tea fashion show featuring the latest men's and women's looks by Ted a few; YOLANDA: Innovative Fashion Icon, 50 Years of High Heels, Headpieces, and Haute Couture will run through November 30% "The show is a textile and fashion arts yourself to a delicious lunch, Baker. For reservations stylish atmosphere and a call 617-451-1900 and the fashion design presentation, informal event will take Brasserie JO at the Colon- place at The Reserve at nade Hotel is located at 120 The Langham, located 250 Huntington Avenue. You can Franklin Street, Boston. Fashion Week isn't just for women, Saturday, October 4th enjoy an Afternoon Tea Fashion Show with Ted Baker London presented by The Reserve at The Langham. (Photo by blogspot.com) Boston City Hall is the result of collaboration between the School of Fashion Design and Newbury Street neigh- bor Marimekko. Student designers took inspiration from the brand's signature fabrics resulting in these bold and colorful garments. Be sure to stop by Boston City Hail, 1 City Hall Square, Boston for this FREE ongoing event. For more information and specific times visit www.schooloffashiondesign.org. Ladies and gents be sure to clear those calendars for Boston Fashion Week Octo- ber 5th through the l lth. There are numerous run- way shows and cocktail gath- erings to be "Socially Scene" at. Visit www.bostonfashion week.com for a full listing. PINKTOBER ... The Hard Rock Caf~ helps fight breast cancer with concerts to ben- efit the Ellie Fund as Part of the 15th annual Breast C~ncer Awareness "and Fundraising Campaign. of the brand's 15th annual PINKTOBER campaign! Hard Rock Cafe Boston teams up with the Ellie Fund to sup- port PINKTOBER through two concerts held during the month-long brand-wide effort to bring awareness to the local women, men and fami- lies fighting breast cancer. On Friday, October 10th the cafe will host "Chicks ROCK! To Save The Ta-ta's," which includes performances by local female artists. A por- tion of the proceeds from the concerts will benefit the Ellie Fund, a local organization that provides a support sys- tem to ease the effects of breast cancer and allow the patient to focus on healing. Hard Rock's 15th Annual PINKTOBER program contin- ues throughout October at the Boston cafe with high- energy concerts and PINK menu offerings. Guests are invited to join the fight against breast cancer at Hard Rock Cafes, Hotels and School of Fashion Design The Hard Rock Cafe Bos- Casinos worldwide by rais- I(~~~~ [ Celebrates8OatCityHall ton is uniting fans, musi- presented by City Hall. They cians and survivors in honor (Continued on Page 13) Maff6oGallo say if you don't like the weather in New England'I ~ ~ ] just wait a minute, so styl- I Approisols I ish Bostonians must be pie- pared! 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