The BIANCA STARR team is happy to announce our newest client Global Conservation. We are excited to team up with them on two fundraisers to be held in October in Silicon Valley and San Francisco.
We are always making sure we tap into the community and were excited o host our first <for the people> event to talk about the issues surrounding the crisis at the border. We are looking forward to the next one . Check out our blog post for a video of our night. Thank you to Artillery Gallery for the space and energy.
New Years Eve was a memorable one with the exciting opportunity to work alongside Ankh Marketing for a once in a lifetime meet and greet and pop-up shop for Lauryn Hill. It was such a success and she has the baddest merch. Thanks to a great team. More pics on blog.
The Crucible’s fiery fusion of fashion design and industrial art combined with the BIANCA STARR aesthetic on the runway proved to be one of our signature events. This multidisciplinary performance is a collaboration between local Bay Area fashion designers and industrial artists, mixing haute couture concepts with fine arts and industrial arts.
The Bianca Starr production team managed the staffing , coordination and management work to bring Esurance NFC Insider Band Activation to life at the SOBE Food and Wine Festival for over 3200 in attendance for a 4 consecutive nights in Miami Beach.
Our "STYLE FROM WITHIN" branded fashion shows paired up with the modern and daring CLIFT boutique hotel perfectly captures the spirit of style and sophistication which is a perfect embodiment of our brand style and events.
Our team of 40 + ensured a new experience for the concert goer by managing the activation of over 12k NFC Insider Band Activation to ensure the best concert experience by syncing performance times and communication with friends via NFC.
American Apparel Flea Market was a travelling pop up with the intention to retail inventory at a discounted rate. With over 30k sq feet of product, our team assisted in the entire process as well as programming for 7 nights of events to coincide with the travelling sale. We were successful in LA, Las Vegas and San Francisco.
With over 7 years of global events planning with ETRADE, our experience ranges from managing press tours, NFL Experience as well as promotional shows at venues such as Hammerstein Ballroom and the NYSE.
BIANCA STARR joined forces with the non-profit organization, La Mission Por Vida, to bring creative direction for their branding. The collaboration with BIANCA STARR and LMPV was used to raise money for this non-profit who specializes in bringing clean water to those in third world countries. We take pride in giving back to the community and the neighborhood in which it's pays homage to.
In collaboration with www.thivingstudents.org, the BIANCA STARR team styled all the kids for this music video remix to Rihanna's "Please Don't Stop The Music," Oakland style. Starring students from Oakland and Marshawn "Beast Mode" Lynch, a campaign to encourage school attnance. Shot at La Escuelita Middle School in Oakland's Lake Merritt District.
Under the Rotunda in San Francisco's magnificent City Hall, we brought our NY Vogue ballers out for a VOGUE BALL set to music and theme of Price v. David Bowie.
Bianca Starr team showcased all the looks that is sustainable fashoin on the runway in SF's Justin Herman Plaza. We featured the latest on upcycled, recyled and everything sustainable fashion.
The Bianca Starr team alongside photographer Josh Farria worked hand in hand with the vision that is "The Beautiful Struggle". We styled our models in the menswear to showcase our fly ways.
The Bianca Starr team produced an in store live photo shoot for VIP customers to understand and shoot our models with the LEICA SL. 5-7 models were on deck at their flagship store in Union Square to create the fashion photographers dream.
The Bianca Starr team in colloboration with Runway Stylehouse proved to be one of our most exciting outdoor events to date. This event was to coincide with Black Friday and encourage shoppers to spend their money on small businesses to keep Oakland thriving in black and never the red.