went to GLAMOROUS Stage over the weekend to shoot some pictures for them. the shop is located on Melrose Ave. right by the Fairfax High School. the clothing will be only for womens. all the clothing is been designed by the owner Kana Saeki. she also has a nail shop in Torrance on Western Ave. and 182nd St. so if you girls have time, please take a visit 🙂 o, by the way, they are having a huge sale so check them out!!
my friend Jay opened up a clothing store now. the shop name is “Define Real”. some bits of the web is still under construction. but you can see the line-up that he has. i personally want the MOSAIC t-shirt from SHMACK. i bit all of my friends will touch the “blue part” that i see lol if it was me, i will of course do it too lol
June 15th 2008 was my friend’s shop “Glamorous Stage” ‘s first annual anniversary. Glamorous Stage is located on Melrose Ave., between Fairfax Ave. and La Brea Ave. close to Ed Hardy. unfortunately, i couldnt take my foot there since i had to do some stuffs at home. so i made her a gift. hopefully she will love it. i made their very first catalog and one of their ads for a free paper. the 1st anniversary means a lot to me as well.
heard they had foods and dj and couple of sale items. hopefully, i will be able to visit their next anniversaries. all the clothing line ups are designed by the owner of Glamorous Stage, Kanako Saeki. recently they opened a nail salon in Torrance on the corner of 182nd st and western ave. the nailist there, she has technics. heard she was one of the champion of a nail tournament. not really sure though… when you have time, please visit them and take a look at her works. here are some picture of the shop in Melrose which was taken Fall of last year.