For the fourth year running, I am doing fashion styling for photographer Nic Marshall at METRO Magazine's Fashion Fight Night. This year, hair will be by Catlin Weston of Mezzanine Salon and Romeny Chan will provide the makeup. Clothing will come courtesy of my friends at Blacklist Vintage. Our model, well - we're leaving that as a surprise.
I believe it is sold out, so I hope you already have your tickets.
Some of my favorite shots I styled with Eclecticoiffeur and Nic Marshall from previous years:
Fashion Fight Night 1 (2007)
Model: Monica Ulrich
Fashion Fight Night 2 (2008)
Model: Ashley Hawks
Fashion Fight Night 3 (2009)
Models: Coco & Breezy
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All images by Nic Marshall and styling by Eclecticoiffeur.
Here's my recaps from last year's event: Bout 1; Bout 2; and my bout, Bout 3.
Here's City Pages' A-list spotlight on this year's event.
Here's l'etoile magazine's writeup and a video from last year's event:
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27TH
Metro's Fashion Fight Night 4
@ Uppercut Boxing Gym
1324 Quincy St. NE
7:30 doors, 8pm show/ $50
Ok, so maybe you won't catch us DVRing the lastest Ultimate Fighting Championship or hanging up shirtless posters of Oscar De La Hoya on our bedroom walls – at least not that we'd admit – but it doesn't mean us fashionistas can't get behind a good fight. Hyped as the one of the most anticipated fashion events of the season and a Vegas/ANTM/Haute Couture mixture, Fashion Fight Night 4 has boasted a sold-out crowd for the past three years and strangely no one's ever even lost an ear. Metro Mag hosts this metaphor-ridden competition where six teams of photographers and models go head-to-head in a stylish fashion photography deathmatch/shootout. And to add that extra element of fight realism, the event is held in an actual boxing gym! Plus, $5 of every ticket purchased goes towards the fantastic non-profit, LEAD Project. Dress to impress. Mouthguards not included. As of this post, there are still a few tickets available, but we'd hurry up if we were you!
Click HERE for tickets and more info
Check out this video from last year's FFN by Capture Studios