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POST-GAZETtE, OCTOBER 31, 2014 Page 9 , by ,slngela Cornacchio Fashionably Late closer and showstopper Designer David Josef wowed Boston fashion goers with his red carpet designs. (Photo by Angela Cornacchio) Socially Scene Reviewed ... The grand finale of shows for Boston Fashion Week was the Fashionably Late presentation at the Liberty Hotel. The fabulous, fierce and fashion-forward event was hosted by Boston debonair Denise Hajjar and designer showcase styled by Kathy Benharris with a portion of bar proceeds from the event donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The Liberty Hotel is always an amazing place to hold a fashion event with the jail house structure creating sky high runways. The main floor space is cosmic yet on this evening there was barely room to move as the creme de la cr~me of the Boston fashion scene were on site for the show in an- ticipation of the iconic closer for the night. The first designs to hit the runway were Joelle Jean- Fontaine with the KRI~YOL collection that had a playful pattern with classy appeal and was perfectly coordi- nated for the fashion forward lady seen in the streets of the Back Bay. Second to hit center stage was award winning apparel designer Julie Kontos. Her collection featured dark soft tones layered with lace and metallic. Each piece was paired with luxurious handcrafted accessories from Race & Grant. The additions to the outfits were over the top with the punk edge that brought a wow factor from the creative construction. These ladies are sure to start a buying war between designers. The grand finale was none other than the sophisticated red carpet Designer David dosef who made his first Boston Fashion Week ap- pearance since 2003. He started off his show with a pink number that is meant for a night spent amongst Manhattan's finest style. He transitioned a classic black cocktail dress with flair, perfect for that high- end social affair. Following Set against the backdrop of 19th-century France, Les Mis~rables tells an enthral- ling epic story of broken dreams, unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and re- demption. The musical ex- amines the metamorphosis of ex-prisoner Jean Valjean who agrees to care for a dy- ing factory worker's young daughter, all the while being hunted for decades by the ruthless policeman Javert. The Tony Award-winning masterpiece has thrilled audiences around the world and will now be presented in a unique production. This timeless classic will include songs like; Do You Hear the People Sing,? Stars, Bring Him Home, Master of the House, One More Day, At the End of the Day, I Dreamed a Dream and On My Own. This presentation has a worldly reputation for being one of the best on stage and has now hit the North Shore Music Theatre, located at 62 Dunham Road in Beverly and can be reached at 978- 232-7200. For more informa- tion on this and upcoming shows visit www.nsmt.org. Biennial Members Exhi- bition ... At the Fuller Craft Museum opened this past weekend and will be on dis- play through February 15, 2015. The 47 talented individu- als selected for the 2014 Bi- ennial Members Exhibition make the viewer wonder about the artists' vantage point in a manner quite dif- ferent from its other exhibi- tions. Perhaps it's because they come from a broader spectrum of backgrounds showcase the talent of our member artists, the exhibi- Lion remains one of the most impactful ways to celebrate the important role our mem- bers play in the cultural life of our community. Every two years when Fuller Craft opens the jury pool there is a certain excitement and mystery surrounding sub- missions, which include all media, not just the usual craft media. Photographs, paintings, drawings and video are all admissible. With a variety of students, emerging artists, mid-ca- reer and established profes- sional artists this year's selection of artist is the best yet. Other current exhibitions at Fuller Craft are; Game Changers Fiber Art Masters and Innovators through November 23r~. Dorothy Simpson Krause: Book + Art through November 2"d. Com- ing soon to Fuller Craft; holidaySHOP @ Fuller Craft opening November 22nd through January 12, 2015. Fuller Craft Museum, New England's only museum of contemporary craft, is dedi- cated to the objects, ideas and insight that inspire both patrons and artists to explore life through the art of contemporary craft. Fuller Craft Museum is located at 455 Oak Street in Brockton. For more information on Fuller Craft exhibitions and events please visit www.fullercraft.org or call 508-588-6000. Celebrity Series of Boston ... Presents San Francisco Symphony with Michael Tilson Thomas, Designer Julie Kontos brought her collection to another level by pairing with in-demand accessory designers Race & Grant. (Photo by Angela Cornacchio) conductor; Gil Shaham, violin soloist on Sunday, November 16u~ at 5:00 pm at Symphony Hail. This performance marks San Francisco Symphony's seventh performance with Celebrity Series. It debuted in 1983 and last performed with the Celebrity Series in 2004. This performance marks Michael Tilson Thomas' fourth time per- forming with the Celebrity Series and Gil Shaham's fifth. Michael Tilson Thomas celebrates his 20th season as Music Director of the San Francisco Symphony during (Continued on Page 13) was an all-white ball gown and media. sewn with a refreshing fab- Take neuroscientist Peter ~::~t~%;~-~:L ;~%~Y~:7;~-~- ---~:-L:--~--- ric and flawless stitching for Snyder who meditates on Whole a timeless look. the eye and retina as a direct The collection closed with window to the brain in nd Accompanied by a spectacular show stopper. Manzanita burl, leather and ;~~ g,Gravy & Josef proved to the fashion cold-formed steel. Artist "~:~ Cranberry Sauce world that glamour isn't Cynthia Eid creates fluid- ~ $13.50 lb. gone. A perfectly pleated looking metal pieces in- :i~I~ 12 lb. Minimum Order black gown with a fitted gold shimmer V-neck top and matching clutch showed high-class is always a prod- uct of Josefs designs. In the final piece his extraordinary talent exuded Judy Garland with a fresh face on fashion. David Josef has been cre- ating breathless special oc- casion dresses for celebri- ties and honorable clientele for over 30 years. There wasn't a classier way to close the show. Stay tuned next week for the closing cocktail party of Boston Fashion Week and the celebration honoring creator Jay Calderin for 20 wonderful years. LES MISERABLES ... The world's most popular musi- cal is at the North Shore Music Theatre through November 16% spired by the natural forms she observes while mean- dering through her garden, the woods and the water's edge. Multi-media artist Christina Zwart blurs the lines between organic and manufactured, humorous and disturbing, with her sculpture created from cow trachea and yellow LEDs, entitled "Moo Tubes." Australian ceramicist, Don Molyneaux holds a Ph.D. in French and Arabic literature and explores physical and intellectual spaces in terra cotta, porcelain and copper luster. 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