Louis Vuitton Fashion Show in Tokyo/Japan !!!

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For the first time outside of France, Louis Vuitton did an outside special fashion show in Shinkiba on June 7th, 2006. It was just an amazing fashion show with all Japanese and international celebreties filled in a big building that was created only for this occasion.

How could I be a part of this amazing fashion show !?
I was a roller skater waitress there. For this fashion show, I practiced roller skating on almost every single day for the past two weeks. Although my skating skill was just avarage on the day of audition, it has improved so much by the time of the fashion show.

The pictures I posted are all the girls from the fashion show, and the back of the costume. There are 25 of us.
The theme was the 80s disco, so we all wore Louis Vitton tops with gold leg warmers.
You may not be able to see, but we had heavy golden colored eye make-up and gold body glitter!!!

We only served for one and half hours.
Louis Vuitton wanted the roller girls to be a surprise, so it was so crazy when we entered.
It was directly after the fashion show and there are all Japanese celebreties filling the entire building.
I waitressed a lot in the VIP. I cannot count how many famous Japanese and international models there,
as well as Japanese singers, actors, actresses having so much fun.

It was just an amazing night with full of surprises.
I just started seriously roller skate, but I am already really crazy about it.
I hope to continue skating with learning some dance moves to become
a roller skate dancer !!

1 Comment so far

  1. Jao Hing (unregistered) on June 9th, 2006 @ 7:30 am

    The Shinkiba fashion show on June 7th, 2006 was one of the most awesome I have attended. The skating waitresses were captivating! Since you were a part of it and I was only a guest, I wonder if you have any connections? I am looking for handpainted denim that is called either Lele Duke or Lesley. I was a runway show in Sau Paul way back in Novemeber and the line was on the runway- but I have not heard thing of it since?

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