In 1977, Studio 54 was transformed into a glamourous nightclub by Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager, with Jack Dushey as a financial backer. Why do you care? In 1977, Galina Sobolev's family moved from a glitzy neighborhood in Odessa all the way to New York City.
We here at Melrose PR always have a reason to celebrate. And if we don't have a reason - we find one.
Seems to us like 1977 was the year that glitz met glamour, and we want to introduce you (rather reintroduce you) to one woman with the single best stories of the decade. From walking the runway alongside Pat Cleveland and Iman for such designers as Michael Kors and Michael Vollbracht, to walking the halls of Studio 54 alongside Mick Jagger and Andy Warhol, Galina Sobolev has weaved her way across the world, across the country, and into a fashion legacy all her own.
If you haven't already heard, this past Tuesday we were lucky enough to be a part of event production for the 10th Anniversary VIP Celebration of the Iconic Single Kimono Dress. Single's signature kimono-style gown was what put the company on the map years ago. It's that flirty, mysterious design that caught everyone's romantic side by the hand and floated Sobolev's talent to higher heights.
Held at Decades on Melrose, among racks of vintage designer dresses as if in a dream, a blur of fashion and beauty bloggers, brand ambassadors, and bubbly set the most sublime scene for the sale.
If you feel left out, shake the envy off immediately and rush over to Decades as these Single Dress one-of-a-kind pieces will be on the shelves through Sunday the 29th until close! We also have a gallery full of photos from the event to tag yourself in.
And ...pssssst...we'll let you in on a little secret: You can see lots of clips from the evening coming soon on WE TV's launch of America's IT Girl with host and fashion expert Justin Howard. Stay tuned!
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