It’s been a week from today that I returned from the Afropunk Fest in Atlanta and let me tell you how good it feels to accomplish something on my bucket list! The experience was inspiring and liberating for the entire 8 hours I was there. From platforms to fishnets: here you can express yourself in […]Read more "Afropunk Atlanta – The Carnival of Consciousness"
It’s been 6 months since I started a new job with the Bemis Center as a program coordinator for Carver Bank. The position is a perfect mix of public relations & community development. I’ve experienced so much that I wasn’t able to update my blog up the way I wanted to (which explains my gap […]Read more "Supporting Local Artists: Recent experiences in a Creative Culture"
Avant Garde achieves a perfect blend of emotions between surprise and suspense on the runway both for the audience and the designers. Before the model crosses the runway threshold, the intent behind a look is only known to the designers and models back stage. But it is not until the lights address the audience’s attention […]Read more "Avant Garde – Fashion as art – Omaha Fashion Week Fall 2013"
Last Saturday the most popular runway event this Spring was led by the 2nd Annual SOHA Charity Fashion Show & Popup Shop, with a packed house of fashion lovers and community supporters at the Omaha Slowdown. SOHA (which stands for Style Omaha, Help All) pushed 120 looks down the runway from Omaha-Lincoln area fashion boutiques. […]Read more "Fashion+Community – How Omaha Sets the Tone"
If you missed the first annual Fantasy Hair Show Salon Battle sponsored by RAV Entertainment, LLC & the Omaha Health Expo this April, you can catch a glimpse now through my critical audience member lens. I attended as a blogger unbeknownst to everyone in the show besides the event coordinators. This was my first hair […]Read more "Fantasy Hair Show Salon Battle – Review"
Recently I was invited to be a guest blogger for an amazing local charity fashion show called Style Omaha, Help All (SOHA). This event is only in its second year and the owner, Theresa Farrage (@OMAprgirl) has dedicated countless hours to creating this unique charity which will feature 120 looks from Omaha’s area boutiques. Omaha residents […]Read more "Omaha Loves Fashion!"