Today was epic in every way possible! I went to the Haight-Ashbury Skunkfunk clothing store after winding up at the Mission store by accident for a Youtube/Google video project. I met two other fantastic models, who including moi, made up a killer trifecta for the afternoon shoot! I had worked with Brandyy Sky at the other store for a promo window modeling gig. Apparently, her father gave her the name ’cause of his love of Brandy and Sky Vodka! Too funny. The other girl Kelly Shepard was a Fiona Apple lookalike with a rad sense of humor. My first outfit was a multicolored jungle theme dress that tied in front. The second look was a red and blue striped form-fitting dress. I joked to Kelly that I felt like a Betty homemaker with my very own blueberry muffin tray bending over a hot oven! I brought my fire and seductive Marilyn edge to the filming session in front of a black backdrop and then inside one of the dressing rooms. Later, we filmed on the street and got our last shots doing runway prowls up Haight Street! So many giggles were had. I enjoyed most the friendly and playful nature of the team and everyone’s willingness to share the spotlight. I got a lovely $100 store credit for my participation. Stay tuned for the video footage!! <3<3<3
I’ve been a Peachy’s Puffs candy girl for a while now. This corporate party for Linear (company that supplies stereo/lighting equipment, etc. for major corporate parties) at the Fairmount Hotel was off the chain! I was dressed in a black mini pencil skirt from F21, an “I Love the 80s” black off the shoulder top, bright bangles, white bobby ruffle shuffles, Bebe slingback black heels, a bright pink bow headband, gold spiky hoop earrings, and bright pink lipstick. The outfit couldn’t have been more 80s Madonna. I spent two glorious hours of the evening handing out multicolored feathered boas, boxes of mints with neon robots on them, light up rubber rings, and white shutter celebrity shades! The rings and boas were a hit, and it was as though the people at the event were ravenous children trying to pull the boas off of my neck and hungrily grab for light up rings. There were various rooms with different decades of music playing. One room had the casino with flapper dancers in Marilyn Monroe wigs doing the Charleston and teaching the steps to brave party members. The other room was quite “13 Going on 30” with a dance troupe doing the “Thriller” routine. Later, the 90s music was blaring out of mega speakers, an homage to Barbie Girl. Life in plastic, it’s fantastic! Another area had Guitar Hero video games and another spot had a stage where people could get their red carpet glamour shots! Some Asian businessmen asked me to pose on a stool in pictures so they could be taller than me, calling me a “Movie Star!” More party favors were up for grabs later to win, such as mondo blow-up blue, pink, purple, and orange microphones as well as blow-up 80s boom boxes! It was a night I will always know as the glitter train party of all decades!