San Diego’s ‘Best Dressed’ nominees enjoy benefit gala

Bertrand Hug, Leonard Simpson, Denise Hug and Peter Filorio

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Photo by Jon Clark

Leonard Simpson’s 10 Best Dressed of San Diego Awards 2010 and “Dressed to the Nth Degree” fashion show was held Dec. 14 at The Westgate Hotel. Simpson, renowned “Style Guy” and founder of Fashion Forward, along with Linda Masters, chair of the event, awarded Nolan Miller with the Fashion Forward Lifetime Designer Award.

The Best Dressed women’s list included 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 named included Craig Grosvenor, David Marino, Elliot Alpert, Fred Applegate, J. Mark Grosvenor, Joe Harper, Kelly Mikules, Ndubisi Ezeolu, Ramin Pourteymour and Sean Daneshmand.

Guests were asked to consider a donation to any of six charities represented — Big Brothers/Big Sisters, The Center for Children, San Diego Food Bank, St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center, United Way or Rotary International.

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1 Comment for “San Diego’s ‘Best Dressed’ nominees enjoy benefit gala”

  1. lisa

    Leonard Simpson needs his eyes checked, a few creative outfits, but mostly black(more of the same) and some tacky, and WAY too much fur on board! Let's see more fashion next year, not just rich people.

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