Sunny. 50′s. Vitamin D.
Street Peeper — fashion photos from top cities, what are people in your city wearing today??
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My dance company, Laboratory Dancers, is having their end of the season concert at the Viaduct Theater Thursday, January 13- Sunday, January 16
The Viaduct Theater is located at 3111 N. Western Ave. Show starts at 7pm Thursday – Saturday and 3pm on Sunday. Tickets are $10! Such a great price for a great night of modern dance in Chicago!
I’m president of the company and worked on some of the costume design….
In other news…
It’s great to see photos of people in my designs! They look so happy and beautiful. I’m so proud to be part of Kate Corby Dancers. These girls are not only beautiful dancers but a pleasure to work with.
Finally, I ordered some business cards. I checked out both Vistaprint.com and moo.com. It came down to the image quality and moo.com won me over. My neighbor also got her cards through moo.com and the images and print quality. I went the small 50 pack and used 4 of my own images. There is also a great site – couponsformoo.com I think was the name of it- they have different online free coupon codes you can punch in when you check out, I got an extra 30% off my order! $21 for 50 cards, including shipping. Not too bad, we’ll see how they turn out.
Business cards is definitely something I’ve been putting off for a while. But it’s a new year and my resolution was to simply make it the best year ever. Simple, right? The best year for myself and for my business.
Posted in Chicago Art, Chicago Events, Dance, Kate Corby & Dancers, sew
Tagged chicago, chicago dance, Costume Design, Dance, dance costume design, dance costumes, kate corby, kate corby and dancers, peggy davis, peggy davis design
Royal Blue Dress – This item was given to me.
Plaid Dress – I’m not sure where this item is from… I’ve had it for a few years now, maybe Clothes Optional?
Brown Scale Tunic – I found this item at Lenny & Me in Chicago
Posted in fashion, photo shoot, recycled clothes
Tagged chicago, clothes optional, fashion, lenny & me, recycled clothing, shopping, vintage, vintage shopping chicago, vintage shopping tips
behind the scenes
Dina Top - made from a recycled blouse and store bought fabric paired with a plaid skirt I bought at a resale shop - table holding plants was purchased at a garage sale - curtain ties were made by me