Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Fool's Gold Event & Fashion Show

Photos and extras are taking forever to come in from the recent event I did. So far I only have two professional shots in and I've posted them below.

I'm really excited for the festival we got over here in New Jersey - The Bamboozle. There's so many good bands this year. Last year was absolutely horrid and just a horrible time. So this year if some bitch decides to cut the 30minute line for water and throw an attitude, the fact I get to see Jared Leto, Senses Fail and Motley Crue in one weekend will make up for it.

I'm excited too because I wrote three articles for the magazine I write for that'll be on the festival grounds. Hopefully they'll all be used and I'm praying a photopass will get approved too.

Got plenty of shoots going on. Working with a lot of familiar faces and a bunch of new ones. I get like new photos in every week and they are so killer. I want to get a few more together from people and then I'll start posting them here.

The website has been up and running, but I'm still incredibly lazy in updating. Still check it out, I'm in love with this site - www.SibylVainClothing.com

Here's so photos from the fashion & art event I did two weeks ago

Me with the organizers of the event:

Me with some of my models (left to right) Forest, Caitlyn, Me, Leza & Renee

Friday, April 8, 2011

Electric Hippie

I hate hippies. I have expressed this to actual hippies. Youtube Cartman/South Park and hippies. That is me.

But THIS I Love!

Miss Emma, sporting stunning red hair, was shot by the super awesome Tiffany Ann.

Throw her in a neon electric rainbow hippie/mod romper and doll her up by Ben and Molly Make Up...it's a modern day hippie who's super cool.

I will be posting more images on my website : www.SibylVainClothing.com

Full set will be on the fan page for the eyes of only those who 'Like' me : www.Facebook.com/Sibyl.Vain

Plus, I probably will be posting new GORGEOUS shots of Miss Mischief shot by Tiffany Ann on one of those site before I do here.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Taking Back Sunday Returns!

Well, it's not like they went anywhere, but I hadn't seen them in awhile and now they're back with the orginal line up.

They did a one-off show at Maxwells in Hoboken, NJ, the other night and I was lucky enough to get tickets. That place holds like 200 people in the stage area and what was also interesting about this show was that they were filming for their upcoming video for the new song, "El Paso."

I was, unfortunately thanks to traffic, about 20 minutes late and walked in on "Liar (It Takes One to Know One)." I'm assuming I missed out on "Cute Without the 'e' (Cut from the Team)" and that sucks hardcore, but oh well.

They played three new songs, one of which was "El Paso," but like three times...maybe it was four...I don't remember, but while some of the audience stepped out for a drink during the repeated playing, I enjoyed every second. If the upcoming album can be summed up in those three songs heard, I'm prepared for yet another strong release from TBS.

I don't remember too many songs from New Again, but it was such a good mix of the hits from the other three albums. They even threw in that Existentialism song by Straylight Run. Yea.

I became a TBS fan when the second album hit, so I'm not familiar with this line-up and was there mainly to stare at Adam. It's interesting because they are the kind of band that talks to the audience and especially Adam is so charming. There were old school fans and friends from back in the day, so the conversation carried throughout the venue.

And that's what was so great about this show - you legit felt like you knew everyone in the crowd, there to watch your friends put on one hell of a show.

So fun, at times I felt like I was watching them for the first time in one of those small clubs that you use to go to, but in a way have out-grown and a new generation has set up shop.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Operation Fashion Show - Success!

The show I did at the Fool's Gold Event at Sapphire Lounge in NYC ran by S.E.E. Us Events was SO awesome!

The theme was 'Egyptian Pin-up' and feel the collection supported this theme.

I am anxiously awaiting photos and possibly video. Can't wait!

But for now, here's a quick shot of the incredible Kami by Tiffany Weber. She's wearing a neon yellow zebra print leotard with butt ruffle made by me. LOVE.