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| November 3, 2014 | Parties National

A three-act runway show was one of many highlights of the Getting to Zero Guild of AIDS Services Foundation’s second annual fundraising event at Marc Pridmore Designs in Costa Mesa. Guy Babusek moderated as models wearing evening gowns, casual-chic apparel and sleepwear walked the catwalk in front of 400 savvy onlookers. In between the stylish scenes, guests bid on auction winnings like luxury accommodations for two in Florence and a Paul Gauguin Cruise to Tahiti. There was also a silent auction, plus a reception stocked with treats and drinks, and a fund-a-need donation drive. The best part? The glam gala brought in $38,500 in support of ASF’s mission to prevent the spread of HIV and improve the lives of those living with the disease in O.C. Truly fashionable. –Photos by Doug Gifford


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