Fall fashion reigned supreme at this year’s British-themed Glamorama.
‘I’m excited to see all the beautiful people and all their beautiful clothes,” gushed singer Robin Thicke before hitting the stage at this year’s Glamorama, themed “The British Invasion” — and while more than 1,000 guests purportedly came to view 150 fall fashion looks on the runway, they seemed equally excited to people-watch fellow glam-goers who sported everything from sequined evening gowns to Union Jack bedazzled t-shirts. After a show that included performances from Thicke, pop duo Karmin (“Brokenhearted”) and twin sisters Megan & Liz — as well as wildly choreographed dance numbers featuring scene-stealing kids — guests moved upstairs into a tent where they indulged in British snacks like cucumber tea sandwiches and lined up to snap pics in a photo booth using crowns as props. The event raised nearly $250,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana.
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