(or not. my camera was being STUPID again). I mainly got pictures of blurs and I can't find the professional shots. They'll be up in a few days; I'll post 'em in. For now you get to see the blurriness.
The show was held at a very glamorous undisclosed location. I was allowed to futz with the dress backstage and had a minor feather emergency that was solved with a barrette and some eyelash glue. Then they kicked me out. I wandered around purposelessly (is that a word?) and sat down in the cheap seats to watch the run-through. Yes, I sat in the back of a fashion show I was in. I didn't have a spare $95 to pay for front-row. Although even that seems like a good deal beside the dude who paid $2000 for a couple of auctioned parking tickets. Hey, it goes to charity. :)
The show began with school uniforms through the ages. It makes me almost grateful for ours. Basically from the 50s to the 80s they went overboard with color and had pastel dresses in every color of the pastel rainbow. Then they sobered up, fired the people who designed the Easter egg uniforms (I hope....) and banned all color.
Exhibit A: the minty green blur
|since I was in the back you couldn't see it all....but it was a midcalf-length shirtdress.|
|This terrible picture makes the model look like Casper the Friendly Easter Ghost. Same idea, shorter dress.|
|see that whitish blur? that's her! gahh cameraaaa|
|A less than flattering pic of her backside. You can't even see the feathers!|
|FINALLY! DRESS IN ALL ITS FEATHERY GLORY!|
|it had vertical ruffles|
|her model glam pose|