Photography by John Paul and Fuzebox, as well as art by Charlie Terrell added color (and thanks to John Paul some slight nudity) to the white walls of the Swan Dive last night. Austin creatives and stylish spectators gathered at the home to Vintage Vivant in order to party for the launch of Austin Fusion. This new online magazine celebrates the many talented artists who put their heart and soul into keeping Austin interesting, artistic, and yes, weird.
To get the party started last night, models (with some killer bods) walked a runway sporting clothing from Electric Frenchie, jewelry by Gay Isber, floral headpieces from Bloomers, lingerie by designer Sabra Johnson. Hair and makeup was provided by Kelli Wilson and Bobbi Douglas as well as Russ & Co. I have to give it up to Edith Henry for styling the show as it was a cohesive and pleasing fashion show to view. The stand out pieces from this show were the floral headpieces from Bloomers which really pulled the show together, made it cohesive, and made the outfits runway worthy. I'm now dying to make one of these! Don't judge me if this Spring I walk around looking like a flower pot.
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