Above is the link to what I’ve recently modeled for 1Aeon. Beautiful prints for the animal lover in all of us. Here is the link to the entire website. Happy shopping!
In December of last year, I modeled a cocktail dress for a designer by the name of Kathleen Tinkler. As sweet as she is talented, Mrs. Kathleen Tinkler was happy to have women of all shapes, heights and sizes to model her beautiful clothing. Spring is usually wedding season, so why not take a look at her designs if you are planning that special day?
Mrs. Tinkler’s Evening Wear is based out of Tempe, Arizona. Many thanks to Kathleen Tinkler for allowing me to be a part of her lovely winter shoot.
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It’s hard to believe that a year has passed since I was introduced to the Vagina Monologues and was part of the cast. I was part of this year’s cast, and it was just as special. A beautiful day. A powerful performance. A bond between all of the women involved. Such support for one another, such connection. Sisterhood and spreading awareness of womens’ status around the world. This year I was a 6 year old girl, along with a part in the introduction, but what was most powerful to me was the part I was given at the very end, along with 2 other selected women. I AM RISING BECAUSE…we were each asked to share a reason of why we were rising for women. When my turn came, I spoke these words from my heart:
“I am rising because my reproductive rights should not be controlled by politicians.”
I’ll leave you with that last sentence.
From Indo Cotton’s Facebook Page:
“Indo Cotton was created for the sole purpose of helping underprivileged communities in Peru and Tucson, Arizona.
Indo Cotton, created in 2011, is dedicated to helping the community of the district of La Perla, Callao, Peru, where astounding crime rates in recent years heavily impact the quality of life of its nearly 62,000 citizens.
Even amidst the chaos of that environment, an abundance of beauty exists for the finding. Indo Cotton clothing is made of 100% Tanguis Cotton which grows solely in the Valleys of the Coast of Peru. This fiber is considered to be one of the best in the world, equal in quality to Egyptian cotton and to Pima cotton, also from Peru. Indo Cotton apparel is all natural and truly luxurious to the touch. We appreciate the opportunity to introduce the natural riches of the Peruvian coastal areas through the distribution of beautiful apparel to the world. We stand behind the quality of this eco-friendly product.
75% of all profits will be donated directly to community building initiatives.
Indo Cotton, creado en 2011, se dedica a ayudar a la comunidad del distrito de La Perla, Callao, Perú, donde las sorprendentes tasas de criminalidad en los últimos años ha causado mucho impacto en la calidad de vida de sus casi 62 mil ciudadanos.
Pero aun en medio de ese caos, existe una abundancia de belleza. La ropa de Indo Cotton está hecha de 100% algodón Tangüis, el cual crece exclusivamente en los valles de la costa del Perú. Esta fibra es considerada una de los mejores en el mundo, igual en calidad al algodón egipcio y al algodón Pima, también de Perú. La ropa de Indo Cotton es toda natural y verdaderamente lujosa al tacto. Agradecemos la oportunidad de presentarle al mundo las riquezas naturales de las zonas costeñas peruanas a través de la distribución de estas prendas hermosas. Indo Cotton garantiza la calidad de este producto ecológico.
75% de todas las ganancias serán donadas directamente a iniciativas para el bienestar de la comunidad.”
Many Thanks to Engel Indo and Alicia Lopez
Photo taken By: Alicia Lopez
Hair and Makeup: Kristopher Osuna
Models pictured here: Adela Arceo, Antonella Cassia, Elizabeth Torp, Michelle Nguyen, Kayla Derosa, Tara Ramirez
*Next Friday @ 11pm on Duke and Cat Show, Tucson
A poem of mine titled “On a Typical Sunday Morning” is featured in Issue #3 of Love Your Rebellion, a feminist literary and art zine. I am honored to have my work alongside many other talented women. The zine has an online presence as well as printed issues for sale on Etsy.
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