FASHION CALENDAR: WINTER FASHION Week 12/12 ’till 12/20

Directed by Katherine COmet and Chloerose Constantine

Featuring TOMA Models

December 12th to December 20th

22 designers = 22 shows
From Tres Beau to BadKatz and everything in between

Sponsored by:
CCD – Caithlin Carter Designs
Hair by Tukinowaguma
Talon Faire Eyelashes

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Winter Fashion Week ?

December 12th – December 20th

On December 12th, 2009, at 12 PM SLT Katherine Comet and ChloeRose Constantine with the models of TOMA proudly invite you to join us for the kick off event of Winter Fashion Week. 22 designers, 22 shows, 10 days. All these shows are being done on the stunning custom Frosty Formals/Winter Wonderland runway designed and built by Katherine Comet. The designs in this event run the gamut from Kimmera Madison’s formal Tres Beau gowns to the edgy backalley grungewear of Yummy Freelunch’s BadKatz.

We want to thank our sponsors and all the designers who are a part of this:

CCD – Caithlin Carter Designs who provided ALL the female jewelry that will be walked

and

Hair by Tukinowaguma, who have generously given out models and staff the run of their store providing ALL the hair for this event

and

Talon Faire who came through with eyelashes for everyone even the men (and the women are laughing about that one let me tell you)

Thank you all.

We’ll have spectacular evening wear, sexy lingerie, menswear, New Year’s Eve party outfits, accessories, jewelry, shoes and boots from some of SL’s best fashion designers.

This show is located:􀀅

PR CONTACT: Nave Fall (The Strong Persuaders)
naveonsl@gmail.com

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About Winter Fashion Week?

Winter Fashion Week has been in the works for months and now it is upon us. 22 fabulous designers a bevy of stellar models

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CONFESSIONS Agency Spotlight: .::KABUKI::.

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MEET One of the Newest Modeling Agency on the Block that’s already turning heads: .::KABUKI::.

KABUKI provides SL’s fashion industry with dynamic exceptional top models for – catwalk, print and mannequin.
Kabuki Creator blackLiquid Tokyoska works her magic in providing a breathtaking runway show with her skills in runway and set design as well as impeccable fashion taste. Her team includes ChloeRose Constantine KABUKI VP and her P.A. Lela Exonar, KABUKI Offical writers, Hollee Zora, Aspen Parx & Nave Fall. BurningBright Nightfire & Naiya Kazyanenko as runway managers. Rhonda Pennell liason & joined by blackLiquid and Chloe as style staff.

KABUKI will always have very progressive ideals, and will strive to push the boundaries creatively. We have an open minded and open door policy for all models including staff of other agencies, who sometimes are overlooked. We are really not out to compete with anyone, Our main aim is to create, share, and inspire.

Lucky for you, KABUKI are accepting applications from highly skilled professional models.
Let’s ask KABUKI Creator blackLiquid Tokyoska what it takes to be a KABUKI MODEL.

Q: What attributes must a model possess in order to gain admission into your agency?

BT: Uniqueness! A strong sense of personal style, passion for the industry and focused drama free attitude. I’m looking for someone who is obviously well put together & switched on. Runway experience is very important. A person that has previous training at an academy, and someone with a good work ethic.

Q: There is a general perception amongst models that some agencies only hire those who have established a reputable name for themselves, whether it be with a top-tier agency or otherwise. Is this important to you? Model training aside, are you willing to take a chance on a model who is new to the industry?

BT: I am absolutely willing to take a chance on a model who is new to the industry! This is fashion, ever changing in constant flux, without new blood–it’s been done before. New models are as fundamental to it’s success in general as the highly experienced top models, the mix is what keeps things interesting.

Q:Is a potential candidate for your agency required to undertake training specifically with your model academy?

BT: We do not have a modeling academy nor do we have any plans for one, but if it was clear the model needed training, personally I would recommend AVENUE Academy.

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Thank YOU blackLiquid Tokyoska and KABUKI for letting us interview you and sharing to our readers what KABUKI is all about. =)

PLEASE leave some comments about KABUKI and anything else you would like to share. TY!