FixNation Shares the Red Carpet at Fashion Tails
FixNation was graciously invited to attend Fashion Tails’ “Adopt a New Attitude. An Exhibition” event on Thursday, Oct. 6, which took place at the intimate and iconic Lombardi House in Los Angeles. Featuring three years of photography focused on celebrities and animals they love, it was one of the most exciting animal-related events of 2016, with proceeds going towards Fashion Tails programs for homeless animals. Photos of celebrities such as–Elaine Hendrix of Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, Jenna Fischer of The Office, Seth Green of Robot Chicken, musical artists such as Ashanti and many others adorned the mansion’s walls.
In addition to animal loving celebrities, FixNation’s very own Karn Myers graced the scene, and even saw some friends of hers that are avid FixNation supporters. As Karn was admiring a Catwoman-inspired black and white photo of Elaine Hendrix—one of the event’s most memorable images — Elaine approached her to catch up and chat about FixNation. As it turns out, Karn and the talented actress/model are friends with a shared passion for homeless cats. Elaine has supported FixNation in the past, and earlier this year she painted one of the cat bowls during the Architects for Animals “Giving Shelter” benefit.
By the end of the night it was clear that this event was much more than a photo exhibition. It was an opportunity for celebrities, journalists and worthy charities to come together to raise awareness and make a difference in the lives of homeless animals.
We hope everyone is having a safe and fun October, and we want to remind you that the next event on FixNation’s social calendar is the annual Dia de los Muertos event at Hollywood Forever Cemetery on October 29, so be sure to visit our altar honoring departed feline friends (pet cats as well as community cats). It’s going to be an incredible day of music, food, and festivities. More information about this inspiring and truly one-of-a-kind event can be found at http://www.ladayofthedead.com/.
To learn more about Fashion Tails, please visit http://www.fashiontails.org/. You can also check out Fashion Tails’ newly released book featuring photos from the exhibition, which is available to purchase on their webstore. All proceeds go to various initiatives helping homeless animals.