‘Taste of Torrey — Gila Runway’

Gila Rut owner Keri Davis, Michael P. Hart, (fashion show director), Mandy Wiseman (guest relations)

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The “Taste of Torrey – Gila Runway”  event was held Sept. 12 at the Torrey Hills Shopping Center in Carmel Valley. The event included terrific food, silent auction items, music and a red carpet show where the national award-winning Gila Rut Aveda Salon previewed its new Fall/Resort collection of “head-turning cuts, color and make-up” – with clothes from “W by Worth” and jewelry by “Stella and Dot.”

These current hair and make-up trends reflected what the Gila Rut design team showed simultaneously during New York Fashion Week. The silent auction proceeds, organized by Renee Zau of DonationMatch, will benefit “The Parent Connection,” San Diego’s largest parent support group. Visit www.gilarut.com or www.torreyhillscenter.com.

Photos/Jon Clark

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  4. Taste at the Cove to salute Olympians, and athletic trainer
  5. ‘Toast to Torrey’

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