SUCCESS…

This past Friday was the WAKA FOR UGANDA FASHION SHOW which I made a garment for and even walked in it!! First experience as a model and that was very fun but would never stop what I am doing to pursue that as a career. I am perfectly fine with the career path I am on right now but would totally fo that again anytime! The club was full of many wonderful friends and family, the whole event was a huge success. Thank you to all those who helped out and came to support the event! Here are some pictures my lovely friend took for me while I was strutting my stuff on the catwalk:)

MAC ME OVER!!

You could be the face of the MAC 2011 campaign! MAC is having a contest in the search for “real” people to be featured in their next campaign and you don’t even need to be a model to enter. You must be at least 18 years to enter and submit a photo or video where you use the phrase “Mac me over because…” Go to macmeover.com for further details. I know I am gonna give this a shot, so should you!

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Fashion Show for a Good Cause!

On behalf of the UIW Fashion Society, I would like to invite you to the Waka for Uganda Fashion Show held by the Fashion Society and STAND at Mink Ultra Club in San Antonio, Texas on Friday November 19th from 8pm-10pm. We will  be showcasing go green inspired garments created by UIW students and also showcasing accessories handmade by women in Africa. The cover charge is $5 which these proceeds go to helping STAND in their Adopt-A-Village project which they are collecting money for a village in Africa to help improve their standard of living by bilding things such as clean water wells and clinics. There will also be a silent auction, for those willing to donate more to the cause, of actual art from Uganda that will be displayed through the venue with a starting bid of $65.

I am so excited for the event and could only hope you will come support this wonderful cause!

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“Ladies in Blue”

Well as you have seen in my last post I was working on a project for my fashion history class and I recently finished them. I was inspired by paintings of Marie Antoinette and Madame Pompadour from the Rococo period and I absolutely love hoe the final product came out! The antique blue, floral print, lace trim, and bows is my representation of the period and especially of these two women.

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I hope you like them as much as I do!