No? Do you give up?
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No? Do you give up?
I’ll tell you… Continue reading
Not content with being a Super Model, a VKC Trainer, a Model Judge, A Fashion Show Entrepreneur and the owner of a Modelling Academy, Roe is branching out again. This time she’s getting into building.
I am very pleased to be able to present to you the world premier of
View the video walk through on YouTube and Like them on Facebook.
I have good news for all you Fashionistards and Modelling Fans. After the sponsors of Roe and Lynn’s Fashion Shows pulled the plug on them, Roe set up her own company ProFashion Productions so that she could produce her own shows.
Today was the first one and I had VIP tickets for me and Blu and LilWitch and Logan .
All the models were wearing designs by Gabriel.
The models seemed to be having an unofficial sticky-up hair competition. This is sticky up beehive.
I haven’t seen a good teapot pose since Lieffie’s show, and today was no different.
I sneaked a quick peek with the remote spybot millercam to see if there was anyone we recognised…
LOOK who else was in the audience! Endina and Patsy from Ab Fab!
How cool is that?
By the way, you can see the rest of my photos from the show on my new Flickr pages (-:
PFP Gabriel Show on FLickr
Unless you’ve been living under a rock (and I know that some of my readers do live in some odd places) you will know that my friend, super-model, judge and fashion queen, Roe Woodford has started her own company ProFashion Productions. Today was the opening party. I went along to rub shoulders with the glamourous models and drink free champers.
It was not without a twinge of sadness that I took Logan to see the Vero Modero Summer Fashion Show this afternoon. Sad because it is the last show that Roe and Lynn will be doing for Dreamseeker Productions. They put on a great show and if you’ve never seen one, you missed out.
Anyway, we arrived at the beautiful tropical location and made our way to our seat.
No sooner had we got comfy when things looked like they were going to go wrong. This girl arrived with a bladdy mountainous hairdo and plonked herself down in the seat in front of us. I could hardly see a thing.
Worse still there was a bloke sitting next to her with the MF word in his group tag. I was about to have a word with him because it’s not really appropriate for this sort of venue, but it turned out that he was just a little boy in RL and when his Mum called him to go and have his tea, he had to leave.
Here’s Roe in her swimwear and coool shades.
Lunch was served live.
I had mine with fries and a little ranch dressing.
Earlier this week I received tickets for two to the Dreamseeker Productions Hair Show, organised by my great friend, super model and fashion show entrepreneur, Roe Woodford. I took Blu and Logan.
Roe was looking a little worried as she took the stage to start the show. It was fairly clear what she was thinking:
“Why the hell did I let Brendan do my hair? He made it look like a bladdy bird’s nest.
But, don’t worry Roe, you’re not alone out there with a wacky hairdo. He did Kaly’s too and hers looks like snow storm!
I’d left the remote-miller-cam surreptitiously patrolling the audience, it was set up to send me a text when it found Scary Judge, but it never did. She’ll be kicking
herself someone when she sees this, she really missed out. This would be just her style.
I think this is how Cazaluff said they wear their hair in the summer, when it’s too hot to wear their horned helmets on the bus and on the tube.
The also had boy hair. I can’t remember who this bloke is, but he looks like a younger version of that dodgy Archdeacon Robert from Rev.
Anyway, I think the last of the Mohecans can now officially be declared dead.
I was a bit worried when we arrived at the landing point for Lieffiie’s Modelling Graduation Show, we were in a graveyard.
“Logan, you retard!” I exclaimed, “This can’t be the right place!”
“What have you got there?” I asked them.
“Eyeballs!” they said.
“Those are olives!” said Logan
“They’re ours now” said the Ravens.
(Yes, this is a Terry Pratchett joke, and no I can’t remember which book it’s from.)
Logan and I sighed and went inside.
The judges were on the stage getting ready.
On the other side of the stage there were two more judges guarding the virginal human sacrifice for the after-show party.
“Why do you think they are all sitting down?” asked Logan
Roe wasn’t judging this show either, but she was in the audience. I’m not sure you should wear white clothes Roe, they might try to eat you afterwards too and what’s that scary looking tentacle coming your way?
The presenters then announced that the models were going to demonstrate all the different Gothic styles, like American Gothic and European Gothic…
Everything was going along beautifully and then suddenly there was this ghastly sound,
Embarrassed? Me? At that moment I could quite happily have crawled back into the sock drawer on my own.
But, no one seemed to care and the show went on…
… And finally …
But wait, what’s that big gap at the front?
She’s demonstrating Classic Crashtard Gothic and can’t get back for the Finale )-:
Shortly after this the show finishes and the organisers and graduates come down from the stage to mingle with the audience.
Scary Judge must have been on a bender last night, she’d fallen asleep in her chair before the show started.
None of the other judges had arrived and Roe was looking terrified because she would have to wake her up.
The models had to do an androgynous style this week.
I’m not going to do my customary commentary this time, suffice to say that there were a lot of men’s shoes and big boots and spiky hair and ties… and some of the outfits were pretty wacky.
I’m just gonna show the photos (-: