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This Week in Fashion: It Was an All Black Affair

September 6, 2010

I attended the “All Black Affair” event, which was to benefit the Brother-2-Brother mentoring group.  It was held Sunday, September 5, 2010, at the Disney Concert Hall downtown Los Angeles, where a good looking group of men and women joined together for this huge party of socializing, dancing, drinking, and great entertainment.

The dress, which didn’t come with a huge price tag is from a local boutique, and the shoes are from

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  1. September 13, 2010 8:05 am

    Studio 5,
    Thank You for coming out and celebrating with us. The Black Affair was such a marvelous event and a party for a great cause. So many more youth will be touched because of the awareness made and proceeds raised in support of Brother II Brother organization.
    You helped the event to be fashionably Kool and Thanks again for your presence and your kind article! Btw, our BIIB mentoring day is scheduled for Oct 23,2010 at UCLA; Please spread the word to all the young males (ages 11-19yrs) to attend this powerful event.
    Best, Kevin Hall BIIB-Board of Director

    • September 13, 2010 9:51 am

      Hi, Kevin,
      I was happy to have attended the event benefiting such a wonderful organization with such an important cause. There needs to be many more groups of this capacity to reach out to our many young boys and young men, presenting them with much brighter futures and opportunities that are available to them. It would be a pleasure for me to spread the word about your upcoming event.

  2. September 19, 2010 5:03 pm

    Hi, I guess!?!?

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