If you like John's faboo coat I have a Dior Sport in green that is similar- I've kept it since the early 80's.
We have a dress available in this blush color as well- with pearl accent's
The Grey and Cream is the exact color combo as a dress we made for Austin fashion week. It on my website now. Also we are doing 2 chocolate brown dresses for the SC. I was a little unsure about the color but now I'm feeling great about it. I should always go with my gut instinct.
For the last few months I've been hinting around about my "New Look" Well today I'm happy to announce that the fabulous Alexandra Valenti will be giving us just that. She's shooting our 2011 lookbook. You may know her from the fabulous photos from The gorgeous Sisters of The Black Moon site. Here are a few of her photos and you can see her gorge website here. I've been wanting to share but things have been a little hectic in case you haven't heard. http://alexandraintheforest.com/
Yes it's true Boudoir Queen has been featured on the official Grey Gardens movie site so of course I had to post this amazing editorial. Although it's obviously little more glam than the original situation. This isn't Halloween style it's high fashion! Alana Zimmer by Mark Seliger for Vogue Spain October 2010
Last year on my birthday my friends from Pixel Peach had this photo of me and Veruschka framed and gave it to me as a gift. She looks so pretty here. I know this probably sounds a little morbid but I had her cremated and bought a bronze urn with her name on it. You can see it in several of the house pics I've displayed over the past month. I figure after almost 20 years it was something I wanted to do. My mother thought I was nuts. Oh well.....
Many fashion and costume designers will tell you that they were inspired by this movie. Steven Arnold told me about it years ago and it has been in my movie library since it came out on Cd. It's not my personal fav but it's a must see.
Les Enfants du Paradis, released as Children of Paradise in North America, is a 1945 film by French director Marcel Carné, made during the Nazi occupation of France. Set among the Parisian theatre scene of the 1820s and 30s, it tells the story of a beautiful courtesan, Garance, and the four men who love her in their own ways: a mime, an actor, a criminal and an aristocrat. A three-hour film divided into two halves, it was described in the original American trailer as the French answer to Gone with the Wind. The film was voted "Best French Film Ever" in a poll of 600 French critics and professionals in 1995
I do love the elements of the line. I'm not crazy about some of the feather placement -Example the red dress. I'm loving the body suits and the ombre fabrics. Image one and the image directly below.... the designs are exquisite!
Friday, October 1, 6 - 10:30PM
Join us for this fabulous event. We are really enjoying working with Chrysta Bell and re-worked a dress for her for tomorrow night's performance. Art party and the opening of the highly anticipated exhibition Turner to Monet: Masterpieces from The Walters Art Museum! Don't miss a special performance by Black Book Angel, featuring Chrysta Bell, David Garza, Dutch Rall, and Pat Mastelotto. Mingle with friends and other art lovers and enjoy tours of the new exhibition, art activities, free snacks, and a cash bar featuring an inspired cocktail courtesy of Justine's Brasserie. The Blanton Café will be open until 9PM featuring a special menu of wines paired with delectable tapas. And, the Museum Shop will be open until 10:30.
B scene admission: $5 for members; non-members are $12. Buy tickets online.