Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Art, Music & place at one time

I know I'm in California right now, but I left my heart in Texas....and no I'm not talking about my fablous boyfriend. I'm talking about my Sky Girls line people! Refactory is a new project going on in the Dallas indipend art community. Art, music and fashion are going to do the nasty and have a baby called Refactory. Come check it out today....THURSDAY!

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Sky Girls at Hot Rods & Heels

Hot Rods & Heels was the Largest pin-up event in this big o'l state of Texas! The show took place on Main Street in Deep Ellum on Saturday, May 16th. The show was filled with models, music, vintage cars and lots of Burlesque! Our Sky Girls line was available for sale, check out the photos by the Dallas Observer. Another very special item in our booth was our Ginger Valentine Burlesque starter kit. Stay tuned for more info and events with our all time favorite Ginger Valentine!

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Off to California

I have been long over due for a trip to my beatuiful home state! But instead of making it just a vacation, I will be visiting friends, family and doing two shows during my stay.

Hand Made Parade

Maker Faire
Bazaar Bizarre Maker Faire 2009 will feature over 90 indie crafters and designers from across the country. Approximately half of our vendors are new and emerging talent in the indie craft community. Expect to find a smorgasbord of handmade items, many cleverly made with recycled materials. Something for everyone-jewelry, toys, lotions, art, glass, fiber arts, ceramics, handbags, baby items, even crafting supplies.

Check out the vendor gallery here!

Friday, May 15, 2009

Saturday May 16th- Rot Rods & Heels

Hot Rods & Heels is the "IT" place to be this Saturday. There will be everything from shopping to Burlesque, Pin-ups and an awesome car show. Make sure to stop by my both and see the launch of the new spring Ginger Valentine and Sky Girls lines.

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Sky Girls at the Race Track

My fabulous friend Melissa Meow and I dressed in our Sky Girls dresses and hit the Lone Star Race Track for a Texas size adventure!

Melissa and I started off our Sunday afternoon by standing at the Lone Star Race Track gate to greet the race track attendees at they entered the venue. We were on a mission to find the best dressed person at the event and crown them King or Queen. That is when we spotted Jay. Jay was dressed in head to toe black and white caring a very stylish man bag, that we soon found out carried his trumpet and hidden top hat. Jay plays a very important role at the race track, he starts off every horse race by planing his trumpet tunes.

As the horse races began we headed down to the grounds were the jockey's saddle up their race horses. I was pleasantly surprised by the wonderful bright colors that all the jockey's wore. I learned that these uniforms are referred to as silks usually the Jockey and horse wear matching silks. #12 was our pick to win the race. Why you ask? Because of the HOT PINK!

All in all it was a nice little adventure at the horse races!