Friday, May 27, 2011

GRUB in FAST Charity Fashion Show

Meat Cube modeled by Lucy Porter Lawrence

Red Velvet Cake modeled by Samara Al-Jumaily

Pickles, Mustard + Coffee modeled by Meng Zhang

Tuna Fish Casserole modeled by Christina Kim

Eggs, Toast + Bamboo Shoots modeled by Justin Sedor

Potatoes + Onions modeled by Nelly Sze

Berry Pie modeled by Zachary Hatch

Pumpkin Bread modeled by Leigh Goodrich

Macaroons modeled by Mckenzie Dowler

Massaged Kale + Beet Salad modeled by Noelle van der Meer

Leftovers modeled by Michael Gaulden

Thank you everyone for an amazing show!

Saturday, May 21, 2011

The Last Supper

Our final GRUB dinner before the runway show

On the menu was Kale and Beet Salad

and Red Velvet Cake

Thursday, May 12, 2011


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Sunday, April 24, 2011

Poly-Boil: Pickle Jacket

I usually shy away from using polyester since it doesn't feel or breath like natural fiber, however, I recently experimented with boiling it to achieve a bumpy texture for my pickle jacket and it worked fantastically. All you need are a ton of marbles, rubber bands and a large piece of poly (shrinks to half the size)

Tie up the marbles anywhere you want using the rubber bands, then drop into boiling water for about 30 seconds. Untie the marbles and let dry, poly can shrink around any shape so experiment with whatever's lying around!

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Shoot for Zachary Hatch

One of my models asked me to do a shoot with him in order to build up his portfolio and made the mistake of giving me complete creative control. Twenty five dollars worth of menswear from Goodwill and an early morning diner-hopping excursion resulted in the photos below, along with a hashbrown-eggs-over-easy-french-toast-apple-pie-milkshake-ache.

BEETS: Mesh Shirt + Business Cards

When searching for a nice pinkie/fusia, beets seemed the natural choice. I purchased a few whoppers from whole foods and immediately knew they would exceed my expectations.

Some cotton mesh got the beet treatment (the sleeves were left the original color)

I had some left overs so decided to give my business cards a little color.