L.A.'s cool kids gathered at Freak City, the underground hot spot, for a night of art, fashion and music in Hollywood Saturday. The evening kicked off with an art show featuring new pieces by Jasko Begovic from his collection titled, "ES WAREN NUR KINDER," and concluded with an after-party featuring music performances by B.C. and special guests. Partygoers enjoyed music from IMMABILLU and Super Dunny. Missed the event? Don't worry, we'll give you a recap.
Begovic's art was displayed on the third floor and consisted of vivid colors, textures and intricate designs. Here are some of our favorites:
On the first floor, Begovic's designs were hung up on hangers and if his pieces look familiar to you, it's probably because it's been worn by artist M.I.A., who was in attendance that night with the cutest kid you've ever seen. Did we mention Santogold has also been known to sport Begovic's designs too?
For more information on Jasko Begovic, visit: http://www.jaskobegovic.com
Fashionable party people arrived around midnight and then the real party began. IMMABILLU and Super Dunny provided the soundtrack for the night, turning the venue into a dance party. Here are some of our favorite shots:
B.C. took the stage and their bass pumping beats definitely got the crowd moving. Before performing their song, "Return to Me," they announced that Perez Hilton was a fan of their track and even posted it on his site.
For more information on B.C., visit their site: www.bckingdom.com
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About Freak City
Freak City describes themselves as, "Straight from the streets of L.A. where the ghetto boys and fly girls play. Freak City is a place for beauty bass and fresh fashion. We run the underground...www.freakcity.LA"
Freak City is run by the masterminds behind The Keyishe, Old Young aka Justin Time + Vally Girl aka Vally Rap.
Get to know The Keyishe and their music:
Visit their store at:
6363 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90038
For more information on Freak City and their events, visit:www.freakcity.la
All photos by Markus Alexander
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