Tuesday, February 17, 2009

the home stretch


In the midst of my 'round the clock-sewathon, I was able to attend a couple of shows last weekend at Bryant Park. This was my first time attending a show there and being able to watch in the audience. I have seen very few fashion shows live as an audience member. It was thrilling and beyond inspirational to watch one in the tents. It made me want to become a fashion designer all over again!

The most impressive show that I saw was the Academy of Art (SF). Not only did they have top-notch models (Anja, Chanel Iman), the designs themselves were very interesting and well-executed. It was a great show, and made me long badly for a tent show myself in the future. 
Next time I will at least have a runway show instead of a presentation. Seeing the clothes move is mesmerizing.

Now, back to sewing my heart out!


6 comments:

That's MIZZ Gypsy To You! said...

You SEW, girl! Good luck; I'm looking forward to seeing your show in the NY Times some year.

Colleen MacDonald said...

What an absolute THRILL!

Math Hue said...

Can't wait!!

loudsolitude said...

I have the honor of attending your show tonight. Rock out!

east side bride said...

Hooray for long gray sweater coats!

Maryda said...

yay for Academy Art SF!!!! Leanne, U're so talented. I love your clothes and dying to buy one.