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Joel Cooper opens house for Lost show

By Tiffany Montgomery
August 01, 2008 7:45 AM

 

I don't make it to a lot

of nighttime events because I don't like to be away from my family. But I had to carve out time for the annual Lost fashion show at Joel Cooper's house in Laguna Beach last night.

Joel, the CEO of Lost International and a co-founder of Gotcha, opens his Bali-inspired house to 400 or so people for the extravaganza, which showcased spring 2009 styles for young men's and juniors. Lost swim debuted in spring of this year and has been well-received by retailers. Cooper told me previously that Lost juniors has been a big bright spot for the company.

Here are some photos from the event.

Lost President Tim Garrett with wife, Marlo.Lost President Tim Garrett with wife, Marlo.
Toby and Konni BostLa Jolla Group and O'Neill Clothing CEO
Toby Bost with his wife, Konni.
Brian Copperman and Stacy ClarkSwell.com CEO Stacy Clark
with friend Brian Copperman.

 

 

Rachel Talafus, Bianca Endersby, Peter “PT” Townend and Leila EndersbyL to R: Rachel Talafus, Bianca Endersby,
Peter "PT" Townend and Leila Endersby

 

 

Mark Neustadter and Bob MignognaMark Neustadter and Bob Mignogna.


 

lost 08 model

A model just before she
walks on the runway.


 

 

joel CooperThe man himself, Joel Cooper.

 

 

 


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