Paper Doll Fashion

Last night, Shanniqua and I supplied the sound system for Heather Treadway's Paper Doll Fashion trunk show, held over at Olio United in industrial South East.

Heather's designs are functionally fabulous; pleated dark denim cheerleader skirts accented with bright trim, full-collared cotton hoodies and the prettiest 80's throwback Spring jackets I've seen since moving back from Manhattan. With full, diagonal, thick zippers, a mixture of shiny nylon and geometrically-patterned florescent cloth, over sized, full hoods and fun pockets and snaps placed everywhere, it was old school love at first sight.


The ravishing Rachel Brady worked her magic on the turntables and also did all the model's hair (which were impressive, dusty up-dos stuck with multi-colored, over-sized picks) and makeup. And yes, she's very hot and very talented.

One random snap of Rach, because she's so humbly delicious.

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