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Dirty Class will feature designs by ANI and Amanda Nicolle and benefit Boarding for Breast Cancer

By Press Releases
June 16, 2010 11:13 AM

Announcing “DIRTY CLASS”, a fashion event launching the new vintage, surf-culture inspired designs by ANI and Amanda Nicolle, to take place Sunday, June 27 on the deck of the new, hip Shorebreak Hotel in Huntington Beach. The evening will begin at 5 p.m. with martinis and an art exhibit featuring local Southern California artists. All proceeds from the art show auction and sponsored raffle will go to Boarding for Breast Cancer, a non-profit group whose focus is educating youth about breast cancer awareness and the value of an active lifestyle.

The runway fashion show begins at sunset showcasing the innovative, vintage-inspired swimwear by ANI and the exceptionally chic, sophisticated lifestyle inspired clothing by Amanda Nicolle. Enhancing the evening will be DJ Rick Klotz, who will be rocking the runway with his classic tunes.

ANI bikinis are innovative pieces that exhibit fine craftsmanship with attention to detail, focusing on comfort, style and the perfect fit. The swimwear’s unique look is enriched by the striking selection of textured fabrics. ANI bikinis are equally suited for lounging by the pool sipping a martini, running down the beach or surfing for hours.

The Amanda Nicolle line emphasizes classic chic with comfort always on the mind. The line uses natural fabrics with stylized detailing. Amanda Nicolle represents lifestyle clothing for young women that are casual yet elegant, comfortable yet refined, and active yet relaxed. The unique looks easily transitions from a day at the beach to an evening out.

According to Ani Breslin, “Our designs are high-quality, vintage-inspired, stylish pieces. The goal is to offer our fashion ideas to women much like ourselves, who appreciate style, class, functionality and who aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty.”


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