Sunday, January 31, 2010

fashion show

sorry for my absence lately dearies... I had a good reason.
some pics from the show last nite :)











thanks so much to jason gerber for sharing these pics, much better than the few I got. It was an amazing experience, and there are so many talented people in Omaha.
more info to come, very tired now. I was sewing up until the last minute.
love to my models... they were so gorgeous and sweet, they made the day a blast.

6 comments:

Megan said...

Yay! Well done, you! Thanks for the invite and the VIP ticket. I love supporting my fellow mafiosa.

stash said...

You are just awesome, woman! So proud to be your friend:)

Corinne said...

REALLY beautiful work Ellene! Congratualtions :)

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