Local runway show fuses music and art with fashion

Work by local artists was on display as part of the You Can’t Handle the Youth event.  (2) The fashion show presented designs from Moxi Streetwear rollerskate attire and Dirtysix streetwear collections, both designed by Charlene Pack.

Work by local artists was on display as part of the You Can’t Handle the Youth event.

By Julian Rothen
Editorial Intern

Declared as a collaborative show celebrating the collision of music, art and fashion, the event You Can’t Handle the Youth, presented by the fashion label Dirtysix on Thursday, Nov. 11 at the Shore Ultra Lounge in Long Beach, recognized and promoted artistic entrepreneurs and business owners from the area.
Fashion show pic 2

The nearly 300 people in attendance had the opportunity to marvel at artworks from local artists and to visit a vendor village where various entrepreneurs from Long Beach displayed their products.
The highlight of the evening was the runway show presenting clothes from Moxi Streetwear, the first line associated with rollerskate wear, and Dirtysix, a women’s “underground” streetwear collection, both designed by Charlene Pack. “(Dirtysix) is a mix of rock ‘n’ roll, underground art, graffiti and tattoo.” Pack says Dirtysix is a pro-female collection for women, designed by women, to empower women.

More Information
moxirollerkates.com
dirtysix.net

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