Included here are some exquisite photographs from last weekend's Oscar de la Renta fashion show in Lake Tahoe.
The credit for this entirely belongs to Drew Altizer who took all of these amazing photos and thought to put them into black and white for posterity. We just thought it would be nice to do one article with all images in black-and-white. Enjoy!
First image, left, is of Brenda Zarate and Jonathan Lazar.
Every year, supporters and friends of The League to Save Lake Tahoe flock to a gorgeous estate near the lake to watch one of the finest benefit fashion shows in the country. This year, as in the most recent years,Oscar de la Renta will be the featured designer, showcasing his 2010 Resort collection, with Saks Fifth Avenue producing the show. This will be the 40th anniversary event, which also includes a live auction and raffle of items from the Ritz Carlton, Bulgari, Boucheron, and of course Oscar de la Renta and Saks.
Yeah, I know... it's feeling like spring here in the Bay Area. But all winter long, I've been jonezin' for a new ski jacket. Ski week was
a great time for markdowns, and the inventory is still good. So why not? Deals abound, and there's plenty of snow
in Tahoe for spring break. Besides, whether or not you have a few more runs planned, the gear will all be ready to go when the next season comes around.
At the boutique Mine at Northstar, I found plenty of quality kids' wear on sale, including a darling, fit-for-a-princess jacket and pants set from Obermeyer - it's aptly named Belle. One of the wonderful things about Obermeyer is that the sleeves and pant legs are made with a bit of extra material, so when the clothes get too short, you can easily pick out a few stitches to let them out for a bit more wear. My son's jacket from last year will easily last through the next ski season.