Leonard Simpson’s 2010 Best Dressed Awards announced

Leonard Simpson’s 2010 Best Dressed Awards, which includes “Fashion Forward: Dressed to the Nth Degree Fashion Show,” were held Dec. 14 at the Westgate Hotel.

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Photos by Jon Clark

Leonard Simpson’s 2010 Best Dressed Awards, which includes “Fashion Forward: Dressed to the Nth Degree Fashion Show,” were held Dec. 14 at the Westgate Hotel. Sally B. Thornton is founding chair of the event; Linda Masters served as chair; and Denise and Bertrand Hug were honorary chairs. Holiday donations were made to the following philanthropies: Big Brothers Big Sisters; The Center for Children; San Diego Food Bank; St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center-United Way; Rotary International.

Simpson, renowned “Style Guy,” along with event chair Linda Masters, presented Nolan Miller with the Fashion Forward Lifetime Designer Award. On the Best Dressed Women for 2010 list were Deni Jacobs, Jeanne Jones, Joni Alpert, Joye Blount, Mary Drake, Melissa Falk, Patsy Marino, Phyllis Parrish, Reena Horowitz and Renee Schatz.

The Best Dressed men list included Craig Grosvenor, David Marino, Elliot Alpert, Fred Applegate, J. Mark Grosvenor, Joe Harper, Kelly Mikules, Ndubisi Ezeolu, Ramin Pourteymour and Sean Daneshmand. Photos/Jon Clark

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