Trixie's acrylic painting on cotton T-Shirts
( ROCR PHOTOGRAPHY )
(DAVEY'S photos )
After a little less than a month of planning the sale is finally over and it was a huge success! I can not thank all of you enough who came and supported Trixie and I, and to our little arts and crafts group who were so inventive when it came to set up and hang tags! This Vintage sale made me realize that anything is truly possible if you're motivated and willing to put in the hard work. It's amazing that we pulled this off with the little time we had, we literally just went for it! It was a little taste of what's to come for the future. It would be a pleasure to work with the amazing and jaw dropping talented Trixie in the fashion industry world. She continues to inspire me and its because of her I'm not scared to do what I love. I am so blessed to be surrounded by talented and creative people, joining forces to feed our brains and souls with these projects and events. If you want to do something "Just Do It" and who cares what anyone else will think! Do what YOU want!
"I think the best thing to do is just know that there’s a big difference between style and fashion, and that one doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with the other. I think people should stop and get off the train. I think they should look at things, and they should sit like a king on a throne and let everything pass by them. They should practice the art of discernment, and they should do that with their dollar, and they should do it with their eye, and they should do it with their ear, and do it with their mouth, and they should do it with every one of their senses. And they should really sit there, and they should make up their own fucking minds. They should do it about government, and they should do it about their art, and they should it about their clothes, and about their music, about their foods. You decide. If you dig it, dig it. If it’s fashionable to you, then love it and celebrate it." -Kelly Cutrone