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Yesterday evening, Kaboodle and Bloomingdale's hosted their Fab At Five Fete & Fashion show. The event took place at the chic Altman building, a space perfect for the mixing of bloggers, editors, style-mavens, and tastemakers. Fab at Five was a fusion of fashion and tech, celebrating Kaboodle’s five-year anniversary and the launch of its re-imagined site, which went live yesterday.
Kaboodle CEO Anne Zehren hyped up the audience and opened up the fashion show with insightful words regarding Kaboodle's vision for connecting with modern, healthy & stylish young people.
Fashion bloggers, being that they are stylish, tech-savvy influencers create the perfect catalyst for fashion & technology to come together and make something amazing. The bloggers modeled looks inspired by style-boards created by Kaboodle community members. Thefashions were provided by Bloomingdale’s, while hair and make-up was provided by Paul Labrecque Salon & Spa.
Fashion bloggers, influencers and editors that worked the runway were Yuli Ziv Founder & CEO of Style Coalition and Fashion 2.0, Grace Gold of AOL StyleList, Meghan Peters and Brian Hernandez from Mashable, Celebrity Stylist Lauren Solomon, Valerie Nome Celebrity Editor and Red Carpet Confidential Blogger at OK! Magazine, Bryce Gruber of The Luxury Spot, Katy Atlas of Sugar Laws, Jordana Bruner of Clutch22, Delmy Rivera of Fashion Bananas, Angel Laws of BUZZMEDIA's Concrete Loop, Meghan Donovan of Wit & Whimsy, Taylor Davies of Shut Up I Love That Shirt on You, Hanna Choa Yu of Little Miss Dress Up, Lauren Brenner of Everyday to Runway, Nick McGlynn of RandomNightOut.com; and tech industry tweet-hearts Emily Gannett, Caroline McCarthy, Maya Baratz and former GofGer, Sarah Kunst.