MOCA Distinguished Women in the Arts Luncheon

A Colorful Crowd Comes Out to Honor MOCA L.A.’s Distinguished Women in the Arts

 

Molly Sims, Ali Larter and sisters Erin and Sara Foster could easily be spotted in their flowing, free-spirited Etro print frocks at the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Distinguished Women in the Arts luncheon.

The luncheon, which was presented by the MOCA Projects Council, honored artist Tala Madani and philanthropist Lillian Lovelace. Also featuring a runway show of the brand’s fall/winter 2017 women’s collection of bohemian-chic fashion, more than a few of the guests, along with the actresses, turned up in prints for the occasion.

“I die for Etro,” Sims said …

Click here to read the rest of my story about the MOCA Distinguished Women in the Arts Luncheon in the Los Angeles Times. You’ll see more pictures there, too.

 

Top photo: Molly Sims, left, and Ali Larter joined the 10th MOCA Distinguished Women in the Arts Luncheon (photo by Billy Farrell/ BFA.com/ courtesy of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles)

Second photo: Erin Foster, left, and Sara Foster joined the 10th MOCA Distinguished Women in the Arts Luncheon (photo by Billy Farrell/ BFA.com/ courtesy of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles)

 

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MOCA Distinguished Women in the Arts

Published Nov. 10, 2017 – Ellen Olivier, Society News L.A.