2015 AAFA American Image Awards

Myron Ullman, Juanita D. Duggan and Don Stephens - A variety of stars were snapped on the red carpet as they arrived for the 37th Annual American Apparel and Footwear Association American Image Awards in New York City, United States - Monday 27th April 2015 (6 Pictures)


Myron Ullman, Juanita D. Duggan and Don Stephens 1

Myron Ullman, Juanita D. Duggan and Don Stephens
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Mark Derbyshire 2

Mark Derbyshire
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Guest 3

Guest
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Katherine Gold and Juanita D. Duggan 4

Katherine Gold and Juanita D. Duggan
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Debi Mazar and Cynthia Rowley 5

Debi Mazar and Cynthia Rowley
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Tom Murro and Kelly Osbourne 6

Tom Murro and Kelly Osbourne
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