This month we go on location for a quick snap shot of local publication Y.A.M. at work in studio VIC42 with a custom couture piece from my collection #ss2016 Teresa Lindsay Couture. The design is a #geofashion dress done in soft cotton jersey with an 80’s angled pattern in blacks and royal blue. This creation came at the request of fashion stylist, Janine Metcalfe for a distinct series on a spread titled “Moody Blues.”
Special thanks to photographer Jeffery Bosdet, model Katie Keough, and make-up by Melodie Reynolds of Elate Cosmetics.
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Threaditorial Founder Teresa Lindsay shares the purpose for her work celebrating the people she photographs in #streetstyle images and how celebration has shaped the world around her.
Watch this fantastic short video shot by Cassie O’Neil Cinematography, taken during the Illumination Event with other great motivating speakers earlier this year, (2015).
Click to view more photos from Victoria’s Vintage Expo 2014…
You know Fall has arrived when style divas are on the hunt seeking out Couture fashions, collectables, jewellery, antique trinkets, and a treasure trove of unique items found for sale at this particularly colourful event. PS…It’s a hat mavens dream!
Wandering in search of particular add on’s for the home or just to put some vintage spark into your wardrobe is like cruising all of Victoria’s vintage hot spots in one location. There is a chance for shoppers to get familiar with hidden boutiques and meet the professional connoisseurs themselves who keep this tradition alive in our city!
Not to mention, the treats, and live entertainment line-up throughout the weekend.
Be sure to catch it next time, visit their site.
Kasia of Duchess & Duke, Consignment Boutique with a collectors twist.
1824 Government Street, Victoria BC
Ladies of Vintage Row
Patterned short set, played up. Quirky and fun!
Jewellery and collectables.
20’s Flapper look made modern for the any day look.
Accessorizing with gloves just dolls it up.
One busy lady you should get to know, Jenny Ambrose cooridinated The MakeHouse workshop area for families.
Anyone can learn the fine art of sewing and much more with her ongoing
monthly calendar events! Located at 833 1/2 Fort Street.