Thanks to my lovely wife Amber, we have a a photo series from our first runway show. Putting this together was an exhausting labor of love that kept me up many sleepless nights; I worked to the very last minute finalizing these looks and making sure every button was secured, every stitch impeccably tailored. Thanks to my incredible team and volunteer models (D, Jonathan, Kenn Job, Eric O, and Brittnie Fuller). You are all dynamite.
Now, for the show:
Mix 1 part Part Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Neutrino,
1 Part Screech from Saved By The Bell
This is actually just what Eric was wearing that day. It was so good I pushed him on stage.
This ensemble is all about ‘magic’. Featuring a vintage green suit found on the street in Columbia City (next to a stack of books on Aleister Crowley & Pagan witchcraft), it’s also paired with shoes painted by Goddess Kring and a Hawaiian shirt my dad used to wear as passive-aggressive ‘formal wear’.
This look uses Weekend At Bernies care-free chic juxtaposed with a little Red Riding
I love it when my models ‘improvise’’
This lovely top is a recent addition to my collection, after being gifted from my AMAZING NEIGHBOR MICHAEL, who, as it turns out, is a MAJOR SEQUIN AFICIONADO. A look that says “I would follow that leader”
Here we introduce our first full bridal attire. Salvaging
a discarded white petticoat, we’ve broken the shackles of traditional gown & veil, and instead
crowned the top with a gold encrusted bodice. Red cranberries and a coral belt accent this simple wedding dress for no reason at all, really.
Don’t ever stop dreaming.
Reach for the stars….
Remeber you can be whatever you want to be.
Make every step you take a giant leap for humankind.
Believe in a world that is more than just Sequins In Seattle.
Imagine a world with SEQUINS ON THE MOON.
(YES THAT IS A NASA SPACE SUIT)