‘Haute As Ever’

Sarah Carater and Gabby Diaz in front of a 1939 Chevrolet

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The Del Mar racetrack brought together Southern California’s most fashionable and tech savvy for its second “Haute As Ever” event Aug. 24. With a 1940s pinup style as its theme, the event combined the glamour and history of horse racing with the innovative and modern world of social media. Haute As Ever included a 1940s-themed fashion show.

For more information, visit www.hauteasever.com. For more on the Del Mar racing season, visit www.dmtc.com.

Photos/Jon Clark

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