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Fashion Feud Finals: SF’s Very Own Project Runway!

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Ahhh, Nina Garcia...the sweetest lady ever.

If you are excited that Project Runway is back, if you love to hate bitchy fashion show judges (of whom Nina Garcia reigns queen), if you wish you could go to fashion week in NY but can barely make rent in SF, then you should definitely check out Fashion Feud San Francisco.  It is a live, Project Runway-like competition on stage, and the finale, complete with models, judges, and local indie vendors, is taking place tonight in SOMISSPO (see below)!


The final competition is being held at Mighty, which was apparently voted 'œbest new club in America' by Urb Magazine, whatever that is.  Mighty boasts that it is 'œa hidden gem in the emerging SOMISSPO district of San Francisco, where SOMA, the Mission and Potrero Hill meet.'  That’s a pretty hefty and ridiculous-sounding acronym, thus I shall use it right away and overly often.  I’ll meet you in SOMISSPO. That is so SOMISSPO.  I left my heart in San SOMISSPO.  Ok, I’m done.  Almost.

Tuesday, January 26th, 7-10pm
Fashion Feud Finale @ Mighty
119 Utah St. @ 15th St. [in the'get ready for it'SOMISSPO District]
FREE (21+)

pics via fashionfued and secondcitystyle

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1 Comment

  1. February 8, 2010 at 8:48 pm

    Thank you for the shout-out!