Pour a tall glass of kinkwear by Barking Leather. Mix in the latest styles from Boy Next Door Menswear. Now add a splash of on-the-spot designs and awesome performances for a great cause.
Welcome to Project Run-a-Way.
The event on Saturday at Jungle was created by Thomas Le to raise funds for Lost N Found Youth. In addition to ready-to-wear fashions by the sponsors, it featured teams competing to create runway looks based on “mystery boxes.” The show was hosted by Brigitte Bidet, and judges included Phoenix, Nat Brown and Tomas Frenes. The event also included a local art sale and silent auction while DJ Chris Griswold kept the beat.
This week, Lost N Found again benefits when YouTube sensation Randy Rainbow hits Jungle for a Pride Week show.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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