The A-List meets ‘Aida’ at La Jolla Athenaeum

The place to be on April 29 was the Athenaeum, where members and friends of The A-List, art-and-music-loving young professionals, came to see Zandra Rhodes’ costumes for the opera “Aida,” design their own outfits for Zandra paper dolls, sip pink lemonade-and-Bacardi drinks named for the pink-haired designer, and listen to the sounds of Dreamtiger, a local band.

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