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Adventures in Costuming: Film Festival Juror & Trunk Show!

One satisfied customer:  the CAT MAT

One satisfied customer: the CAT MAT

Hello Frocktalkers!  Just here to let you know about a few things.  I have been asked to be a juror at a film festival this week, so I will MISS the CDG Awards on Thursday.  Do not fear.  Frocktalk correspondents Anthony and Sarah will be handling coverage of the event, and I can’t wait to hear their stories!  As part of the film festival I’m attending, I will screen Running Scared (2006), a film I designed, with Q & A afterward.  It should be fun!  Along those lines, I was recently interviewed by Chris at Clothesonfilm.com about the film, and you can read those interviews HERE and HERE.  Lastly, while I am away, there is a trunk show happening on Sunday in Glendale, and my wares will be peddled there.  More after the jump!

Fabrics used in the Cat Mat!  No "crazy cat lady" fabrics here, thanks.

Fabrics used in the Cat Mat! No"crazy cat lady" fabrics here, thanks.

The lovely Leanne will be manning the booth, so please go up and introduce yourselves.  We will have Pantyhampers, Mantyhampers, Undyhampers, Cat Mats, shopping bags and jewelry for sale.  Prices are rock-bottom; this is the first time we are doing this, so I hope you enjoy the show!

Here are the details of the trunk show:

Trunk Show Soiree

Date:             Sunday, February 28, 2010

Time:            6:30pm – 9:30pm

Location:      1123 N Pacific Ave., Glendale, CA 91202-2358 (818) 240-2393

AB Weddings & Special Events will be hosting the first Annual Trunk Show Soiree Feb 28th. This event will be for everyone to come and see what Pacific Studio for Dance has to offer. There will be designers, jewelry, candles and other vendors to see. There will be wine and appetizers and goodie bags to giveaway. Please check back for more vendor participants. This event is free when you RSVP and are on the list and if not it will be $5 at the door. Please RSVP also at www.eventbrite.com and type “Trunk Show Soiree”.

Sponsored by AB Weddings & Special Events and Pacific Studio for Dance.

Partial list of additional participating vendors:

Laura Fremont- BodyBlog | Make A Point- www.bodyblog-map.com
Anita Danielan- Handmade Jewelry
Tebo Couture- www.tebocouture.com
Varduhi Kasabyan- J.Kavari Inc
Melissa Osorio- Dolce Veleno- meli8.etsy.com
Idaly Ayullo
Ronnisha Owens- www.urbanbeautyorganics.com
Lauren English- Loveablelegs- pursehookdiva.com/LoveableLegs

Shopping bags affordably priced from $7 - $12!!

Shopping bags affordably priced from $7 - $12!!

Have a great week, Frocktalkers, and thanks in advance for checking out the show!!


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