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Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Hollywood Graffiti Gown


Emmy Award winning designers, Jerry Skeels and Randy McLaughlin, have asked me to model their spectacular Hollywood Graffiti Gown. The gown was created to raise awareness of AIDS and its' mission is to bring women of all ages and cultures together to make a significant impact through fashion and influence towards the fight against AIDS. The gown is covered with more than 400 signatures of notable women including: Barbra Streisand, Elizabeth Taylor, Sharon Stone, Kate Blanchett, Sophia Loren, Mother Teresa...& now ME!! The Hollywood Graffiti Gown was the focus of the 2006 Best International Documentary. The gown will be touring the globe, before being auctioned for an opening bid of $1,000,000 to benefit AIDS research. It's believed that the gown will eventually be displayed in the Smithsonian & I'm honored to be included!

http://www.classic-media-entertainment.com/Graffiti%20Gown%20home.htm

4 comments:

Mischa said...

What a wonderful idea to do this. It still amazes me that there are so many people that do not know about aids and what it does to a person. Anything we can do to help fight this dissease is a good cause. I am so glad you will be wearing this gown and that you are part of this. You go Girl!

Brophtron said...

That is so cool! I'm sure you'll look great. Take pictures. Take pictures. Take LOTS of pictures - if you can.

Richard said...

I can only applaud anyone who helps in the fight against AIDS, so good for you.

Jerry said...

What a great honor! Very cool Erin