SOURCE: Lyric Jeans, Inc.

May 21, 2007 07:03 ET

Lyric Culture Runway Show Garners International Press Coverage and Spikes Sales

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 21, 2007 -- Lyric Jeans Inc., (PINKSHEETS: LYJN) today announced that the first annual runway show of its premium rock n' roll lifestyle brand, Lyric Culture, was extremely well received by the press, stylists and buyers. The exclusive evening featured a runway presentation of the debut collection, 'Lyric Culture: Revolution,' as well as a special 60-minute performance by multi-platinum, three time GRAMMY award winner Fergie.

Press coverage included TV segments on Extra, E! News, Access Hollywood and print reviews in Jane Magazine, OK! and People Magazine to name a few. Buyers from major department stores and specialty boutiques from around the country were in attendance as well as costume designers and stylists for feature films and network television shows.

"The runway show has been a tremendously successful marketing tool in branding Lyric Culture, increasing sales and garnering media attention," said Ronny Halperin, CEO of Lyric Jeans, Inc. "We are pleased with the rave reviews, the marketing support we continue to offer retailers and look forward to the continued interest in the brand internationally," he continued.

For their debut runway presentation, Lyric Culture showed cutting-edge denim and leather pieces fit for rock and roll royalty, emblazoned with classic song lyrics from The Beatles, Steppenwolf, Janis Joplin and David Bowie. The looks, styled by celebrity stylist Tanya Gill (Kate Winslet, Jada Pinkett Smith, Mary J. Blige), were paired with jewelry from Swarovski, sculptural metal-works from Sculpture to Wear, eyewear from Oliver Peoples and shoes from Stuart Weitzman, Frye and Dondup.

HANNA, Designer and President of Lyric Culture, greeted guests in a denim corseted tube dress with lace up back, gold leather trim and metallic sponged Revolution print. Celebrity fans, who came out to celebrate the brand's official launch, could also be seen strolling the red carpet wearing Lyric Culture. "Hairspray's" Brittany Snow wore Lyric Culture's white leather vest, featuring the lyrics to "Love Child" by the Supremes on the inside. Tracey Edmonds, film producer and girlfriend of Oscar-winner Eddie Murphy, donned the "Gypsies Tramps & Thieves" black denim jeans with satin lace-up sides, slash pocket back and metallic copper lyric print inspired by style of and hit song made famous by Cher, paired with a "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" solid bronze belt. Melody Thornton of the Pussycat Dolls wore the Marvin Gaye "What's Goin On?" premium burnout screen printed tee paired with midnight blue Melody skinny scrunch jeans with invisible zippers that open and flare at the bottom. Other celebrities in attendance included supermodel Rachel Hunter, boxing champion Lennox Lewis, Sophia Bush, Amerie, Kim Kardashian and singer Gavin Degraw.

White shag rugs, white leather couches, lava lamps sponsored by Signatures Events and colorful gerber daisies sponsored by Square Root transformed the Avalon to reflect 1964, when the Beatles played their first west coast gig at the very same venue. Guests were treated to appetizers from LA's Chocolat restaurant and drinks from Heineken, Ecstasy, Trago tequila, Marani premium vodka and Steaz energy drink.

About: Lyric Culture is a music driven premium apparel line involving lyrical content on jeans, denim wear, leather and accessories. Each item in the collection reflects the personality, style and flare of the artist and song through its design. Lyric Culture fuses high fashion and music in a groundbreaking way, allowing the wearer to express themselves through the words of a classic song -- a modern twist to wearing your heart on your sleeve (and pant leg)! Visit www.LyricCulture.com.

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