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O’Quinn Fashion show, Boost, Surfrider golf

By Tiffany Montgomery
September 19, 2007 4:48 AM

oquinn flyerHere are a few catch-up items from my inbox.


First, my photographer friend Ryan Baker, 15, sent me some photos of the Boost Mobile Pro presented by Hurley over the weekend. Scroll down to see more of Ryan's photos. He's a sophomore at San Clemente High School.


O'Quinn, an upscale surf line in Huntington Beach, is having a fashion show in LA Thursday with Fred Segal, Malibu magazine and others (click read more for details). I'm still marveling at the O'Quinn chenille ponchos/sweaters partners Dean Quinn and Dale Rhodes showed me at ASR. Very nice.

Marisa Mudge from the Newport Beach chapter of the Surfrider Foundation sent me details about a Newport Beach Brewing Co. golf tournament benefitting Surfrider. The tournament is at 9:30 a.m. Monday, Oct. 22 at Los Lagos Golf Course in Costa Mesa. The cost is $80 per person. Call Newport Beach Brewing Co. at 949-675-8449 with questions and an application.

 

 

taylor knox at trestlesTaylor Knox, above. Below, Dane Reynolds. Photos by Ryan Baker.

dane reynolds at trestlesLuckily, Ryan knows his surfers. I know the business part of the industry but I'm not too up on all the athletes.


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