Red Carpet Review Q3 2015

Schuyler Hudak with young girls from the Masai tribe in Mara, one of Africa's greatest wildlife reserves, in Kenya. These girls were saved from female genital mutilation (FGM). All women of the Masai tribe are expected to be 'cut'. Many are 'cut' at the age of 10, and married off at age 11 to men who are significantly older. Workers are trying to end FGM, educate the girls, and help them build a better life for themselves and their families. When the girls met Hudak, they wanted to pet her "lion mane"

Red Carpet Bay Area highlights from July, August and September 2015:


  • We spotlighted haute couture gowns from Alexis Mabille, a designer who, at age 37, presented his 10th anniversary collection at the Paris Haute Couture
  • We watched Théâtre d’Elsa, the first Schiaparelli Haute Couture collection orchestrated by its new design director, Bertrand Guyon
  • We interviewed Project Runway contestant and fashion designer, Jake Wall


  • Saks Fifth Avenue and The League to Save Lake Tahoe presented their 46th annual fashion show and luncheon by the lake, with Oscar de la Renta’s successor and creative director Peter Copping at the helm
  • GLIDE’s 51-year legacy of love, leadership and community was celebrated, and Jidenna made a surprise appearance at the GLIDE Legacy Gala
  • We cheered for local real estate agents and friends Justin FichelsonAndrew Greenwell, Roh Habibi, Anne Dautun Laury and Joel Goodrich on Million Dollar Listing San Francisco
  • We introduced Faces by artist Valentin Popov
  • We shared some Postcards from Summer


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