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| Posted in , , , , | Posted on Tuesday, November 24, 2009

I was asked to be an online media partner for a fashion show entitled "Hot in November" at Ascend featuring Jacq Yu. Now I hate going out of my way just to be in a club unless there's something special going on. I prefer some place chill with not so loud music. Kinda weird since I love to dance while jamming to my favorite songs.

Hot in November was a non-profit event for the Kythe Foundation, a group dedicated to helping unfortunate children who seek medical help. I don't know how much the event raised through ticket sales and sponsors but it was a good turn out.

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Backstage blur

Outside Ascend



Front row seats

My dude Andy hosting the show

Here we go!

Side boob FTW

Some of their panties were see through. Eeek!

For the girls

Cristine Reyes look alike

Did I say side boob FTW?

A forever fav on my site - Aubrey!

And tonight's star, Jacq Yu! How are you gonna chew gum while strutting your stuff on the catwalk and almost fall on your ass before heading backstage? Ha ha. You're the best Jacq!


For a free Boracay trip

Nice Doinks dude

The clear winner

5 shots of Bacardi for a prize? Hell no.


Your angel Jacq Yu

I dunno what I was praying for


Time to party!

Mr. Authentecite - Your bag wish is his command

FabTrix and Aubrey

Bad blur

What the?

Thanks Lara!

LOL @ Jacq's facial expression

Nice belt Dennis!

Rock on Alicia!

Hands up in the urrr!

Philantropist Illac Diaz in the house

Coolai and her homiez

Surprise of the night

What a crazy event. I was so faded I gave away my old business cards. I figured the magazine I used to work for needed extra help in securing models, road managers, stylists and make up artists. Ain't I the nicest? Ha ha.

To those with DSLR cameras, please please make sure never to sling them on your back or on the side. Some fuckers jacked the lenses of Dennis and one photographer. I'm sure it was a also photographer who did it. Who else would know how to easily press the release button and twist the lens in such a quick manner? I mean how low can you go? At a charity event? Really?

And I thought I was evil.

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