Sizzlin’Summer questions with Brian “Scoop” Nemeth

Brian "Scoop" Nemeth in his signature Broncos blazer sporting his Colorado spirit.
Brian “Scoop” Nemeth in his signature Broncos blazer sporting his Colorado spirit.

It was about late 2011 when Brian “Scoop” Nemeth came into Fashion Denver’s boutique sharing his idea and drawings for his line of swimsuits that he wanted to create.  I’ve seen him work relentlessly on his dream and it has been amazing to see it come to fruition. We are honored to feature Scoop at our fashion bonanza on June 16th!

Besides being an innovative designer, Brian has raised awareness about people living with autism and aspergers and he does it through taking action in his passions.

“Even though I have asperger’s/autism, it has not limited my ability to be a productive citizen and contributing member of society,” says Brian.

He’s got a GoFundMe campaign running to raise money to continue his dream in fashion. Check it out here…

What was your first memory of fashion inspiration that you can remember?

Dress code back in high school, which inspired me to think of a way to balance between (a) following the dress code and making females comfortable and (b) enjoy what I love seeing on a woman

When I was in my sophomore and junior year of high school, I took a swim class, which was a requirement for graduation. A few female classmates wanted to wear bikinis, and we male classmates wanted to see them in two-pieces. But again, with the dress code, our swim teacher suggested either one-pieces or long t-shirts. Then, when I looked at summer swimwear issues, I saw one-pieces with belly cutouts. I thought that would be awesome for females in swim class. The only thing I would add is the speedo racerback in the back of the suit. That’s just what I did with the ONEderkini.

Brian "Scoop" Nemeth designs the ONEderkini
Brian “Scoop” Nemeth designs the ONEderkini

What motivated you to start your own fashion business?

As a transfer student at Metro State College of Denver, I need a backup plan in case broadcast journalism doesn’t come to pass after graduation. But that’s not the only reason for starting a fashion business

One motivation is offering a less-degrading alternative to the garments that show cleavage, buttocks, under the hood.

I designed garments like primetime newscasts, consumer stories and morning traffic reports…save her time and money. Suppose if a female banker wants to go clubbing after work. How it saves her time is that she won’t have to go home, and change from business suit to clubbing clothes. She can beat the traffic in a blazer, lowrider dress pants with a crop top.

But the big motivation…offer an alternative to what the media thinks looks great on a woman…counteracting the media’s portrayal of beauty. Not all women are built like tall skinny supermodels, nor are women comfortable wearing in-your-face scantily clad attire

Tell us one of your fashion icons or designer influences?

Chuck Hagel, former Secretary of Defense

https://www.buzzfeed.com/hayesbrown/farewell-chuck-hagel-fashion-icon?utm_term=.xvZ9JeBkx#.qcqK9EeYl

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Brian “Scoop” Nemeth’s fashion icon Chuck Hagel

As you can see, Hagel’s way of dressing was more outside-the-box, like I am.

What inspires your designs?

Brian "Scoop" Nemeth's ONEderkini. Photo by Nathan Leach-Proffer. Models Maya and Haley.
Brian “Scoop” Nemeth’s ONEderkini. Photo by Nathan Leach-Proffer. Models Maya and Haley.

For one thing, women are not all built like tall skinny supermodels. I’ve grown to like women showing some skin, no matter what body type, breast size and body height. I’ve got to cater my designs to their bodies.

I’ve got to keep children in mind. First off, children should be learning in school (even overseas), not working in a sweatshop. That’s why I want to make assembly local here in Denver. Secondly, children are impressed by what they see in the media, and parents don’t want their children exposed to anything scantily clad at a young age.

Looking for a way to save time and money. Suppose she is a banker wanting to hang with friends after work. Imagine she is at a phone booth changing from one outfit (business clothes) to the next outfit (clubbing clothes), and she is ready to rock-n-roll like Supergirl.

Saving time and money with one outfit, thinking about children, and catering to her figure…those are what inspires my line. That, and being able to give the female customer what she wants, instead of what’s thrown at her by the media (magazines) through my clothing surveys.

What are your thoughts about the fashion industry here in Denver?

New York, LA, Paris and Milan had their moment to shine fashion-wise. Now, it’s Denver’s turn, seeing that work and play cross paths everyday.

What is one of your favorite pieces that you have ever designed and why?

The ONEderkini, which is a one-piece center cutout swimsuit and leotard. Several reasons why it’s my favorite. One reason, like I said, the dress code for high school swim class. Second reason, a woman might want to show off her belly ring; not all one-pieces offer that feature, nor would a woman be comfortable in a two-piece. Third reason is saving her time going from gym to pool. That’s because the ONEdekrini works like a leotard, competitive swimsuit, workout shorts, workout tanks…all-in-one. While I use swimwear fabric on the outside, I use wickaway fabric for lining. When she wears the ONEderkini lifting weights at the gym, the wickaway lining blocks out sweat and eliminates odors. When she wears the same suit form gym to pool, wickaway also withstands chlorine, and all she has to do is rinse off the sweat in locker room showers.

3 Things if stranded on an island?

  • Supply of food and drinks
  • Big tent and sleeping bags
  • flares to signal a plane or boat

The Serenity Project 2017: Fashion Show featuring strong willed unconventional models with a story

FUN FASHION EVENT IN COLORADO FOR THE STRONG WILLED UNCONVENTIONAL MODEL
Hosted By: The Serenity Project
June 2nd, 2017 beginning at 5 PM
Turnhalle Tivoli 900 Auraria Pkwy
Denver, CO 80204

The Serenity ProjectFirst annual runway show featuring models that have persevered through life’s most difficult challenges. These models have found their unique beauty and will serve as inspirations to the greater community.

The Serenity Project 2017 is a volunteer based program aimed at encouraging recruitment of models from three amazing groups for this year’s show: candidates may include those who have adapted their lives due to special needs or have acquired or are recovering from a disability, candidates who may have faced the loss of a parent, challenges of a blended family, adoption or foster care systems, and candidates who have endured an abusive relationship battling to overcome as survivors. The Serenity Project is open to all candidates who feel like this project could help them – after all, that is the goal: no matter what story brings you to the Serenity Project, you will always be the hero of your story in our eyes. As the hero, we will work together to embrace, encourage, lift, empower every beautiful heart because our community and our society so rarely celebrates all of you.

The name Serenity Project was chosen because “serenity” means “to bestow reign upon someone else.” This Project’s aim is to make inspirational women who are not our society’s typical models feel as though they are worthy of any goal, dream, and aspiration they have. In a society that seems to have a “checklist” on beauty, we actively challenge that notion.

The event offers candidates between the ages 13-30 to model and shine on the runway as a wearing their choice of either ethnic Indian wear or donated pageant/formal fashionable clothing.

All the models will have the opportunity to share their story on stage. The models will be given the chance to learn modeling techniques from Colorado modeling coaches and pageant queens from across the country. All models will be featured in this year’s program book, have the opportunity to perform an optional talent or speech of their choice on stage, enter into a variety of other optional activities for awards, and finally, sashay their beautiful, confident, and empowered selves on the runway before a live and excited audience. Each girl will walk away from the night with hopes, lifelong friends, tools and resources to build confidence, and the opportunity to have an experience of a lifetime.

We will have an area for vendors and sponsors from across the community to promote their products and services. All the donations for this year will be used to make next year’s show bigger and better.

The show is entirely voluntary and non-profit based. We will work with any community members who want to be a part of this celebrated event. Please feel free to contact us with any comments, donation inquiries, requests, and questions at theserenityproject@outlook.com

Contact:
Serene Singh
(719) 640-7469 theserenityproject@outlook.com

Sizzlin’ 7 questions with Jeremy Willard

I have known Jeremy Willard for a couple of years now and he continues to inspire me with not only his eye for style and design quality, but with his colorful creativity that graces everything that he touches! I’m honored to have Jeremy at our fashion bonanza and it is so exciting to see him flourish in his fashion company! Big things are in store for this designer!  

Jeremy Willard photo by Robin's Photography
Jeremy Willard photo by Robin’s Photography

What was your first memory of fashion inspiration that you can remember? 

My sister’s Madonna concert VHS from around 1990. I was 4, so I don’t know if I was old enough to be “inspired” by it, but there was definitely a lot shiny stuff to look at and made an impression on me. I also remember TLC wearing condoms all over themselves and thinking they were lollipops, haha.

Jeremy Willard photo by Robin's Photography
Jeremy Willard photo by Robin’s Photography

 What motivated you to start your own fashion business? 

Quitting my job last year forced me to take my work more seriously and try to make money. Mostly necessity.

Tell us one of your fashion icons or designer influences?

#1 is Jeremy Scott (who is also the current man behind Moschino), Thom Brown, Sibling London (RIP?), to name a few.

What inspires your designs? 

Fabric is huge inspiration. If I can’t find fabric I like, I manipulate the fabric I have and hopefully it turns out cool. 

What are your thoughts about the fashion industry here in Denver? 

The more I participate, the happier I am.

Jeremy Willard photo by Robin's Photography
Jeremy Willard at 303 Magazine’s Denver Fashion Weekend. Photo by Robin’s Photography

 

Jeremy Willard photo by Robin's Photography
Jeremy Willard photo by David Rossa

What is one of your favorite pieces that you have ever designed and why? 

This bleached denim bondage jumpsuit from my show this year at DFW. I sold it to someone mildly famous, and that gave me a huge boost of confidence.

What are your goals for your business?

I don’t have any specific goals, but I’d like to be traveling to the biggest fashion capitols of the world doing my thing. I never want to be famous or a household name, but I’d like to be a familiar name within the industry.

3 Things if stranded on an island? 

My partner Sean, a TV with a hacked Amazon Fire Stick (which includes electricity, Internet, youtube, etc), and drugs (which includes alcohol and cigs).

Sizzlin’ 7 Questions with featured bonanza designer Kristin Radakovits

Radwear by 

Kristin Rad and Brandi Shigley at Rumpus in the Park
Kristin and I at Rumpus in the Park

We are thrilled to have Kristin Radakovits and her beautiful leather designs at our 13th Anniversary fashion bonanza! I met Kristin at Rumpus in the Park at City Park where she had a booth set up with her amazing designs. She was one of the most colorful people at this already colorful event! She has been recovering from a pretty major ankle surgery and is finally ready to get back to to life at full speed! We are honored to have Kristin in our market!

Kristin Radakovits Radwear

What was your first memory of fashion inspiration that you can remember? 

Designer Kristin Radakovits of Radwear
Designer Kristin Radakovits of Radwear

When I was a little kid I used to watch the show Punky Brewster about the young girl who was abandoned by her parents and later adopted.  She was unconventional and definitely her own person when it came to style.  She wore bright primary colors, her hair in pigtails and often wore different colored socks with only one leg rolled up tied with funky bandanas and wore lots of layers of clothes.  I remember loving how she came up with her own original style at the early age of 8, the same age I was, and I too wanted to be “Punky” or “Funky” in my own style.

What motivated you to start your own fashion business? 

I have always loved music and art festivals while wearing interesting accessories to add to the self expression found there.  I started noticing however that I couldn’t find a shop at a festival that had the kind of items I liked to wear, including the pocket belts I had started making to help me carry my things. While wearing these belts many people began asking me to make them and these belts soon evolved into detailed custom leather pieces to help people enjoy a festival and everyday life with style as well as the freedom of open hands.  

Beautiful leatherwork by designer Kristin Radakovits of Radwear
Beautiful leatherwork by designer Kristin Radakovits of Radwear

Tell us one of your fashion icons or designer influences?

One of my designer influences is a woman by the name of Kelsey Fairey out of British Columbia.  I met her in my early 20s before I had learned to sew and she was selling her hats and burlesque style clothes at a Colorado Festival.  I put on a tuxedo tail coat made by her out of scrap material, an old doily and antique buttons. I immediately bought it, as well as a matching twisty wizard hat despite the fact that I had to use my rent money.  I loved her way of using recycled clothing to make something uniquely new and decided to learn to sew that day.  

What inspires your designs? 

My designs are inspired by functionality yet I try to put the “fun” in functionality.  This fun and inspiration is often found while shopping for treasure in the aisles of a thrift store.  It is there I find inspirational leathers or belt closure designs and think of ways to add stones, accessories, rivets and vintage buckles to make each belt as original and one of the kind as the person who wears it.

Beautiful leatherwork by designer Kristin Radakovits of Radwear
Beautiful leatherwork by designer Kristin Radakovits of Radwear

What are your thoughts about the fashion industry here in Denver? 

Since Denver is growing everyday by people moving here from all walks of life the fashion industry here is becoming an open minded melting pot that has a future capable of staying versatile and ever changing.  

What is one of your favorite pieces that you have ever designed and why? 

Our model Jesse wears this beautiful side pouch by designer Kristin Radakovits of Radwear. Photo by Nathan Leach-Proffer. Paired with romper by Katy Belle
Our model Jesse wears this beautiful side pouch by designer Kristin Radakovits of Radwear. Photo by Nathan Leach-Proffer. Paired with romper by Katy Belle

One of my favorite pieces I have ever designed is a handmade black and white striped coat in which I attached a red leather heart with a zipper on it’s sleeve.  In this heart I keep “food for thought,” such as poems or fortunes that inspire your heart and mind.  I love to wear it because it is functional yet a great conversation starter when I ask, “Would you like a poem out of the heart on my sleeve?” 

3 Things if stranded on an island? 

  1. One of my Radwear Pocket Belts so I could carry and tie on stuff while using my hands to build. 
  2. A roll of very long rainbow twine.
  3. A long and sharp needle to sew leaves and bark together.

Find Kristin at http://www.radwear.com/ and come by her booth on June 16th! 

First Friday and a fun designer opportunity!

Fashion Denver friends! Oh how we love this variety show, produced by our wonderful friend Professor Phelyx! This is a wonderful and unique opportunity to do a pop up with your art / fashion / creations! Not to mention that the entertainment is pretty dang amazing…

Check it out…

WonderLust, a Show for Dreamers
Friday, June 2nd, 2017 at 9:00 PM
C Squared Ciders, Bierstadt Lager, Rackhouse
2875 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205

The event is accessible via the
free RiNo Arts District shuttle service.

$15 Pre-sale, $20 at the door Tickets can be purchased
online:

21+ with I.D.

The purpose of presenting WonderLust is to feature the high-end variety artists alongside artists of other disciplines in an experimentally immersive way. The audience will be surrounded by a few performance areas which will offer everyone in attendance an opportu nity to be very close to a national act who will perform in a cohesive variety show. The performances, displays and demonstrations will include many surprises! These will be hand-selected artists who may be Showgirls, Dancers, Jugglers, Magicians, Comedians, Musicians, Painters, Sculptors, Engineers, Multimedia Artists, and undefined artistic disciplines that will certainly inspire wonder!

About WonderLust

WonderLust is a project founded by two professional performers who are also both visual artists. Recognizing a need for representation of performance art in the First Friday RiNo District Art Walk, a collaborative agreement for a warehouse-sized space was negotiated with Bierstadt and C-Squared Ciders2875 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205 We also enjoy support from Fashion Denver!

Contact: Professor Phelyx
Email: phelyx@phelyx.com
Web/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WonderLustShow/

Nani Nalu Swimwear Boutique opens in Boulder

NANI NALU SWIMWEAR BOUTIQUE
COMING TO PEARL STREET MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
BOULDER, CO

Nani Nalu, a curated swim and resort wear boutique is making its debut on Pearl Street this Memorial Day Weekend. The store will be located at the west end of Pearl Street at 1048 Pearl Street, Suite #117, Boulder, CO, 80302.

Unique to the swimwear world, Nani Nalu staffs dedicated swim fit experts who are trained in fitting, styling and body positivity coaching, in order to help women find flattering swimwear for every body type. Appointments are available Monday-Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Groups of five or more may schedule a private party free of charge.

Based out of Minnesota, the 2,600 square foot Pearl Street boutique will mark the third store for the Nani Nalu brand with locations in Kansas City, MO, and Edina, MN. In addition to bringing a unique in-store opportunity to the often stressful swimsuit shopping experience, the store will carry a variety of suit styles, accessories, cover-ups, dresses and more.

Nani Nalu enlisted veteran team member Katie Brandt, who previously worked at Nani Nalu’s store in Minnesota before moving to Boulder with her husband in 2015, to spearhead the new location. Brandt understands the emotional process women go through while trying to find the perfect suit and believes her team of trained consultants will help alleviate the stress women feel while shopping.

“I have seen plenty of women walk out of other swimsuit stores feeling defeated and hopeless, but our mission at Nani Nalu is to meet the customer wherever they are at and find something they are comfortable in and makes them looks great,” Brandt said of the opening. “We saw a void in the Boulder market for a thoughtful and fun swimsuit store and could not be more thrilled to add this experience to the retail scene on Pearl Street.”

ABOUT NANI NALU BEACHWEAR BOUTIQUE
Nani Nalu Beachwear Boutique has locations in Edina, MN, Kansas City, MO, and Boulder, CO. Nani Nalu offers a wide range of fashionable swimwear ranging from A-cup to G-cup and sizes 0-18. High-end quality products backed by superior customer care makes Nani Nalu a premiere swimwear shopping destination.

Walk-ins at Nani Nalu are welcome, but customers are encouraged to make a one-on-one appointment with a trained swimfit expert in advance for the optimal shopping experience. During the appointment, a Nani Nalu consultant works with the customer individually to select options from a curated collection of fashionable swimwear.

Nani Nalu is open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Appointments, which typically last around 90 minutes, are available beginning May 27 and can be made online at www.naninaluswim.com.

The 3rd Annual African Fashion Show: June 25th

African Fashion Show

The 3rd Annual African Fashion Show
June 25 2017
5:00 PM -9:00PM
The Double Tree By Hilton
4040 Quebec St., Denver, CO 80216.

The 2nd Annual African Fashion Show
The 2nd Annual African Fashion Show

This is an inspiring and unique fashion show! Featuring fashions from all different parts of Africa, we truly get a glimpse into the beautiful colors, fabrics, and designs of Africa! I’m honored to emcee this fashion show again!

Following the success of last year’s event, another high profile fashion show will take place  Nine African designers will be showcasing their designs on the runway. In addition; some designers will have vendors’ tables full of crafts, jewelry and outfits ready for sale. 

The Urban Angels 3rd Annual Dress Drive: Circle of Love

Sunday, June 25th 2017
Noon-3pm
Studio Salon
1135 Bannock Street
Denver, CO 80204
To benefit Love a ChildHope House

We are thrilled  to present “Circle of Love” our 3rd annual dress drive with the Urban Angels to be held at Studio Salon in downtown Denver. The purpose of this dress drive is to not only provide hope, love and joy to little girls around the world in impoverished circumstances, but to provide fun and colorful dresses for girls to play and grow in. Financial gifts donated will be shared between Love a Child and The Hope House of Colorado and will provide food for families in need providing hope for a better future.

For most of these little girls, this is the only new dress that they’ve ever had.

“Hope and love are infused into these dresses and we will never know the full impact of the gift that’s been given,” says Mary Martinez of the Urban Angels.

Circle of LovePeggy Kastning and Mary Martinez, brains behind the Urban Angels, have been serving the homeless community around Denver and spreading positivity and light. After seeing a program about the needs in Haiti, they both wanted to get involved.  A major realization occurred. They could both help by making dresses for girls in Haiti, and continue to help families locally.

“It’s exciting to know that each one of us can make a difference in the world. With our love of sewing and our hearts for humanity, we can combine these two passions and help those less fortunate.” says Peggy Kastning of the Urban Angels.

Money raised will help to create homes for families in Haiti that have lost everything.

The Urban Angels are two gals on a mission to do good, transform lives, and create happiness in the world. Through their annual dress drives and adventures to Haiti, they want to spread sunshine where they can and make this world a better place.

This event is free and open to the public. Your donations help to complete this circle of love. A food truck will be on hand to fill our bellies.
For more information visit www.theurbanangels.com

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Companies needing interns

To my fellow fashion businesses (designers, stylists, salons and boutiques). Check out this amazing internship opportunity that Goodwill is providing this summer!


Greetings,

Goodwill Industries and the City and County of Denver are excited to collaborate on this year’s Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) and we would love to partner with you Center to host a youth intern or employee. 

What do we need from you?
We are seeking employers in the public and private sectors to host youth employees or interns aged 16-21. These youth employees can fill open positions within your organization, or you can create an intern or job position for them. Summer Youth Employment Program will pay for each youth to work a maximum of 120 hours at minimum wage ($9.30/hr). You give them the job, we pay them the wages!

Once a youth is designated to your organization you can work directly with them on their schedule. 120 hours of work between the dates of June 12, 2017 and August 16, 2017 are required, but you can break that up in the best way that works for you and your employee(s). Please arrange for students to know their schedule at least seven days in advance. Each youth will have an assigned job coach to provide support and encouragement to you and your SYEP employee. We will ask that you submit the youth’s schedule, time worked, and feedback on their job performance to the job coach, as well as allow job site visits by the coach. Processes will be put into place to make this as streamlined and efficient as possible.

What you gain from a summer youth employee?

*Maximum of 120 hours with a youth intern/employee who is paid (min. wage) by SYEP.

*An intern/employee who has demonstrated job readiness knowledge and skills.

*A job coach assigned to your SYEP employee to provide support and encouragement.

*An opportunity to hire the youth after their 120 SYEP hours.

*Changing the life of a young person who has barriers to employment.

Next Steps

If you wish to move forward with requesting a Summer Youth Employee please complete the attached SYEP Employer Application and return to ewalters@goodwilldenver.org  no later than May 12th, 2017.

Once completed, an SYEP Manager will contact you by May 19 with further instructions.

Don’t hesitate, space is limited! 

FAQ’s

Lunch and Breaks – Per the Colorado Minimum Wage Order “employees shall be entitled to an uninterrupted and ‘duty free’ meal period of at least a thirty minute duration when the scheduled work shift exceeds five consecutive hours of work” as well as “a compensated ten-minute rest period for each four hours or major fractions thereof shall be permitted for all employees.” If food is served onsite at your organization, please let us know if lunch is provided for the student (this is not required).

After SYEP

Once a student has worked 120 hours, they have completed the SYEP program. If you have the capacity to hire the student and wish to do based on their performance after they complete SYEP, you are more than welcome to do so.

Background Checks

All SYEP Employers are required to complete and pass a background check. Verification can be provided by your organization if background checks are already completed as a condition of employment. If your organization does not run background checks, SYEP will ask for employers to complete a background check release form.

Scheduling

Students will be ready to begin work on June 12th, 2017 and need to work their 120 hours before August 16, 2017. You can work with the student to schedule their hours in whatever way works best for you both.

 Please direct all other inquiries to Elizabeth “Bethie” Walter

A little fashion adventure at the Broomfield Museum Depot

Brandi Shigley and Hazel Shigley
My beautiful Grandma Shigley 1911-2012

Last summer, I became a little obsessed with the history of the town that I live in (Broomfield, Colorado). As a child, I came to Broomfield often and stayed with my Grandma Shigley. While at Grandma’s, we would bake, sew, play cards, play dice, go to McDonalds and play BINGO with the seniors. My Grandma was such an inspiration to me and I give her a lot of the credit for my interest in fashion as I sat alongside her while she was designing, crocheting, and sewing clothes for a doll that we made that was my “mini me.”

On my journey to learn more about the history of Broomfield, I meandered into the Broomfield Museum Depot, the old train station built in the early 1900’s when Broomfield had only 175 people in it. It has since been moved, literally, picked up and moved completely in tact to it’s new location just a mile from where it sat next to the tracks.

I fell in love with the journey that this once little town has gone through, a journey growing up that I have gone through as I became a young woman with the influence of my Grandma.

I got into a conversation with one of the women who works at the museum and the idea to do a mini fashion camp at the museum was born. The idea was approved and 10 months later, BOOM!

Brandi Shigley teaches upcycled fashion

I was gathered with a small group of mom’s and their children, teaching how to reconstruct old t-shirts.

Brandi Shigley shows the Broomfield Museum Depot how to reconstruct t-shirts.

Showing how to do a no-sew technique to make a shirt smaller.

Mother and daughter create their new designs. It was so fun talking to these two getting a glimpse into their lives.

 

This mom brought her two sons and daughter. The boys were into it for a little bit and helped accessorize their little sister.

 

This little cutie wearing her new robe, bracelet and headband (with the help from her mom and brothers)

Even museum tour guide Tom got involved!

Tom makes a pin!

All in all, it was such a wonderful way to spend an afternoon! Thank you so much for having me and for bringing my passion of Broomfield and my passion for fashion camp together. It was truly a joyful day!

Brandi Shigley at the Broomfield Museum depot
Brandi Shigley at the Broomfield Museum depot

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