I have a tough time convincing my pals to come to fashion events in Denver because no one thinks they're fashionable enough. Yes, I know, we are in Denver, where rich people think True Religion and Ed Hardy are fashionable, but I have news for you: many of us feel unfashionable, but we get over ourselves for the chance to hang out in a place where models are. And besides, I don't associate with unfashionable or ugly people -- not even over the Internet (I HAVE MY WAYS) -- so if you're reading this, you're probably okay.
So! Let's all go to 303 Magazine's Denver Fashion Weekend, shall we? I will explain what you can expect, and I'll dumb it down so I don't scare any Denver schlubs away.
Part one of the show features the usual "all-male hair review paired with white-hot vintage fashions" -- Donnybrook loaned them a few males from our harem -- and during part two, "Visual champagne showers will sprinkle the crowd in a hair show full of lady locks and fashions by Soignee and Marie-Margot Bridal Couture." OMG! Sometimes you really can't top the writing in the press release.
Then local boutiques will put on a fashion show that involves pastels, which I am dorkily really excited about.
When 303 Magazine decided to make closing night's extravagant showcase 1920s traveling circus-themed, it's like they peered directly into my strange little heart.
Autumn Binion of Au79 Productions is organizing the spectacle, and apparently she is a fan of confetti canons. Two local designers on the runway designer tutu company House of Arden, and Jose Duran, who has literally designed a runway show based around Joy Division's "She's Lost Control." I can only imagine wrecked models a la Aubrey Plaza in this video crawling down the runway in black latex. But I digress.
Juggling vaudevillian performer Lo-Lo Flamingo will also be there, and 1920s attire is HIGHLY recommended. What are you going to wear????
See, wasn't that easy? Now, go buy tickets.
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