Snap Your FNO Live

New York – September 6, 2011. citifari is proud to announce its participation to Snap Your FNO contest. The contest is organized for Fashion’s Night Out yearly event in New York. This year, citifari joins fashion brands LeColCashmere and k2obyKarenKo and photographer Charles Roussel to deliver this unique photo contest.

Over FNO’s night on September 8th, participants will tweet their pictures with #snapfno. The best pictures will be selected by a jury composed of photographers and fashionistas and the 3 best pictures will win many prizes from the sponsors.

For more information, rules, terms and conditions about the Snap Your FNO please check www.facebook.com/snapyourfno

About the sponsors:
citifari (www.citifari.com) offers photo tours in New York City. Its professional photographers and guides have diligently scouted the most unique vantage points for many of the city's famous. During the citifari walking tour, they share with you these privileged corners of NYC along with various, must-have, techniques so you can shoot your own stunning photographs.

LeColCashmere’s (www.lecolcashmere.com) is the vanguard purveyor of urban cashmere accessories. Its signature cashmere tube scarf was initially produced in 2009 and very quickly met with incredible success. Designed with a Parisian mindset and inspired by New York's fashion edge, Le Col is the latest trend in luxurious cashmere for the Fall and Winter seasons.

k2o (www.k2obyKarenKo.com) is created by one of New York’s most provocative designers, Karen Ko. Karen's passion for jewelry began early in her childhood, growing up in her family's fine jewelry business. Each k2o piece is designed for the stylishly daring woman with an independent edge.

Charles Roussel (www.charlesroussel.com) grew up in Paris then moved to NY in 2007 where he graduated with a Masters in Communication Arts. After having worked in advertising, he started his career as a free-lance photographer. Charles Roussel has been published internationally for his work in photo-journalism, advertising or for covering musical events.