Monday, November 22, 2010

Seattle Magazine's Best of 2010 Party

SOOOOO....I was lucky enough to be invited to show my pieces at one of the raddest parties of the year in Georgetown, at the Seattle Design center. There were lots of performances, free food, wine tastings, and my model and I got to walk around, partake, and talk about...ME! with lots of rich people. Enough chat, let's get to photos.

Ice Sculpture..
the Entrance...
It was pretty huge. There were two huge rooms with two levels..and a sky bridge.
Myself with Designer Mike Jolly (aka Buttons)..
Model Caitlyn Petitclerc and Buttons. Buttons is featured in the latest Seattle mag issue for his label, "Legacy clothing".

Dance it out girl!

This magical Dominatrix walked in our path and we had to take pictures with her. She had a beautiful tail!

I was, very surprised.
THEEsatisfaction performed like, four feet away from us. I was loving it.

Trophy put together this display of a tiered skirt cupcakes on it! winner.
Model Caitlyn and I modeling Millie Vixen's latest cocktail creations.
Designer Molly Griffith with model, in her newest piece. I love roses!
I ran into Stella Rose Saint Clair, who was modeling for Mark Mitchell. She is so dreamy!
We ended the night with Caitlyn out "Charleston-ing" some guys ass. REAL hard. She out danced those boys til they left. And they left swiftly.

Overall, a great night. And so happy I was invited to go. I made this cherry dress for the event the week of and it was super fun to drape. Mostly it was experimental and played with the chiffon fabric. My friend Candace gave me this fabric and also this vintage dress with the red and white polka dots. I hemmed the vintage dress, but had about 8 inches of pleated, adorable fabric. The hoarder inside couldn't throw it away. So, I used it for the dress. My schoolmate and friend, Anna D, also let me borrow these amazing 5-6 inch Michael Kors heels for the event. They were super comfortable and I felt so hot.

In progress...
side ruching..
I look bored/mad, but mainly I think I was just tired.
The finished product...

Though the colors and structure of the two dresses I showed were very different, I feel like the Aesymmetry kind of pulled it together. Such a great night!


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