BEHIND THE SCENES of the ONIKAI LOOK BOOK FILM! Shoot Day #1. ONIKAI’s first look book fashion film: produced, shot and directed by WENDEL (wearewendel.com) To premiere in March 2012 for LA fashion week! Check it out!
We are currently casting female models for LA Fashion week in March where the ONIKAI look book fashion film will be premiered as well as a runway show of the new collection!!
**One model from the runway show will be selected to be the featured model in an ad campaign for a special blog tee-shirt contest that will take place this summer and blasted all over the web!
Model Criteria: 5′ 8″ and above sizes 2-6.
Please email your headshot and any other applicable model photos along with your resume and specs to: firstname.lastname@example.org
GOOD LUCK!! xoxo ONIKAI*
Most woman like lingerie to some extent… Maybe some gear more towards simple black while others are in dire need of lace and ruffles. I have always been a huge fan of lingerie and love it in every color, every print and every style. I mean hello! Lace and polka dots… Does life get any better? I adore Victoria’s Secret’s new high end line and can not wait to add a piece to my collection. Loving the lavender bustier especially. Thoughts?
As a designer I love not only surrounding myself with other creative’s but supporting my fellow creative’s as well. My friend and fellow fashionista Emily Kammeyer is currently making engaged woman all over New York swoon over her hand made and not too mention gorgeous bridal headwear. I sat down with the accessories designer to discuss all things E.Kammeyer Accessories.
1.)Tell me about your line E.Kammeyer Accessories, how did you get started?
EK: When I was a kid growing up in Chicago my number one hobby was sewing. I would spend hours sewing and creating anything and everything from fabric scraps, old jewelry, and anything I could find and take apart in my parent’s house. This is where my passion was born. Four years ago I moved to New York and met one of my best friends, who shares my love for making beautiful things. She and I would spend hours in Central Park making jewelry and hair accessories while enjoying the beautiful summer weather. Then, 2 years ago all of my friends started getting married and needed hair accessories and veils for their weddings. This is where the business began. Once I had a few clients, my brides were so happy with their hair pieces, that they shared my info with other friends getting married. I’ve always wanted to own my own business so when I realized I could make my passion into more than a hobby I got right to work on building my business.
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Check out: http://www.EKammeyer.com