Monday, August 9, 2010

Local fashion link roundup: Weekend wrap-up

Your local fashion link weekend roundup:

[Photo by Kiah Brasch]

I did an extensive review of Glamorama for (View more Glamorama shots by Kiah Brasch here.)

Juleana Enright reviews Glamorama for l'etoile, with additional hilarious quips from l'etoile art director Chris Larson. Digital Crush Photo has a corresponding photo gallery by Stephen Stephens.

Star Tribune's Sara Glassman reviews the show here, while Jon Bream focuses on the music in his review.

Pioneer Press has a photo gallery slideshow from Friday's Glamorama rehearsal. Pioneer Press' Allison Kaplan also interviews choreographer Brian Friedman.

Minnesota Monthly has a Glamorama slideshow of images from both the show and the after party as well as a short recap by fashion editor Katie Dohman.

City Pages has slideshows of Macy's Glamorama, including the show and the guests. Here's fashion blogger Jane Belfry's review of the show.

Meet Minneapolis posted a Glamorama video clip montage on YouTube.

I interviewed Project Runway alum Chris March, who was in town for his costuming work for Glamorama.

Local designer and illustrator Max Lohrbach announced the opening reception for his recent grant project in Mantorville, Minn.

Designer/producer Maritza Ramirez announced the lineup for this year's SCENEaSOTA fashion show, happening November 6.

Designer and producer Samantha Rei is doing a call for models, MUA and Hair Stylist for the upcoming "Full Fashion Panic: Schoolgirls and Mobilesuits: Culture and Creation in Manga and Anime on September 24 at MCAD.

Star Tribune reviews Glamorama. Here's their behind-the-scenes preview.

Jane Belfry does a Q&A with Emma Berg for City Pages.

DJ Jake Rudh is among the handful of locals in the running for the Mad Men casting call contest.

Local designers from Etsy are called out on City Pages' Dressing Room blog.

A ninth-grade skater gets the Self-Styled treatment in this month's METRO Magazine.

METRO Magazine profiles sexy retro design store Spinario.

Christopher Straub posts an old sketch he drew in 1998 (when he was 19).

Kim Hazle, founder of locally-based fashion blog Runway Rundown, was interviewed by Chicago's Examiner.

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