Indie Designers ~ Shopping Extravaganza

Looking for some unique, and worthwhile gifts this holiday season? Well  Haute Holiday’s just may be the answer, presenting you with a  one stop shop this Sunday December 2nd, 2013.

There will be many independent local designer at what is expected to a festive shopping extravaganza.

Designers:

Atousa
Coco Loco’s Organic Jewelry
Dr. Cory
Dee Find Shoes
Dreamtime
Elisa Gonsalves Designs
Halo Bender
Hipstirr Belts
Lauren Rassel
Miss Velvet Cream
Miranda Caroligne
Gita Salem (S & G Design)
Seasonal Apothecary
Silver Lucy Design
Skin on Skin
Sonas
Tamo Design
Tooth n’ Nail
Warrior Within

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Mind Motions Birthday Bash

Some of the Bay Area’s Urban Trendsetters stepped out Wednesday April 7th, in celebration of Mind Motions (of Pirate DJ’s) Birthday @ Mighty,  in San Francisco.

This was defiantly an Aries affair (Happy Birthday Mind Motion), fused with the  top DJ’s of the Bay Area.  The party was a See & Be Seen event. If you didn’t hit this up you defiantly missed out. There was live Performances, one of which was  R.OD.  doing his new  single ” I Can’t Stand You”

The nightlife…

As many start to drift away from the traditional clubs and gather into a more lounge setting, a question has arisen to “What is appropriate attire”? This question is a little easier for men to answer, but for Ladies its a different realm of complication, and common sense that some just don’t get.

Ladies ladies ladies. I was HIGHLY irritated at the lack of style, and respect of the outfits worn at this event. There is no excuse why some ladies dress in the to too  many skirts,  skimpy , un-classy, I do everything nasty dresses. Which look like it belongs on a stand alone doll. With fabric so thin, it creates a new Eco friendly, and defiantly cost effective fabric.  My suggestion … it should be called “papermachcotton”.

Don’t get offended if this described your look for the evening. There is truly ways to make this work, f you MUST wear this. It requires accessories, proper shoes, and heels that don’t that don’t have glass at the bottom.

This look was pulled off well in the late 1960’s and 70’s.  So with all the boutiques, forever 21’s, Barney’s, Macy’s, Thrift stores.. I just don’t see why one should fall short on wearing it right,  and wearing it well NOW!