Summer of Love: Stories from Photographer Baron Wolman

Summer of Love: Stories from Photographer Baron Wolman

A one-of-a-kind look behind the lens of the man who inspired our latest shoot — portrait photographer, Baron Wolman…

In the mid- to late-60s, Baron Wolman changed the face of portrait photography, capturing the spirit and soul of those people making moves in music through his work at Rolling Stone magazine. Elevating groupies to the same category of the performers they followed, the American-born Wolman documented his subjects with a fervor not seen before him. It is his honest eye and raw style that inspired our Summer of Love lookbook, and we are fortunate to share with you a few candid stories behind some of his iconic images that we’re selling here…

In the studio I photographed fashionista and funk singer, Betty Davis for our short-lived but very influential counterculture fashion magazine, RAGS. We called it “the Rolling Stone of fashion!” The late sixties changes in society that we could hear we published in Rolling Stone. The changes in style and dress that we could see, we published in Rags. From her globe-size afro to her free-form poses in the most exciting and compelling clothes, I made a series of absolutely compelling fashion photos. Betty was fiercely independent and extraordinarily creative, writing and playing music, becoming the muse to many. Vogue wrote that the former fashion model “introduced her husband Miles to her rumored flame, Jimi Hendrix, and her friend Sly Stone. Their relationship and work together helped catapult Mile’s sound into a freer, more experimental phrase, eventually spawning Davis’ now classic album, Bitches Brew.” A couple of years ago, Betty Davis’ albums were rereleased to significant acclaim, but for reasons known only to Betty herself, she has gone underground, difficult to contact and giving no interviews, in spite of a documentary in the works about her colorful, extraordinary life.

I met the Sanchez Twins – Lynn and Laura – in the late sixties, probably backstage at a Fillmore Auditorium concert in San Francisco. Their mother ran a popular breakfast-lunch type restaurant in the glorious North Beach district of San Francisco. It was, and still is, called “Mama’s On Washington Square.” In addition to their young and compelling beauty (they were 17 at the time), the twins got along well which made photographing them together a delight. And they were willing participants in our photographic adventures. Our shoots were always fun, be they in my studio or in the Hall of Flowers in Golden Gate Park. On their 18th birthday, when they became “alcohol legal,” I treated the three of us to dinner…with wine. I have only the fondest recollections of the Sanchez Twins, and lots of lovely photos to underscore the memories…

Just as it’s impossible for any parent to choose his or her favorite child, so it is for me to choose my favorite groupie. Miss Sparky (Linda Sue Parker), however, would certainly rank high on any list of groupies I loved. She was an intelligent and “sparkling” member of the GTO’s, always smiling and exuberant. I remember the day I and the GTO’s went into the borrowed photo studio of A&M Records in LA for our photo shoot for the Rolling Stone Groupie issue (#27) which was published on February 15, 1969. What a great afternoon! Each of the six GTO’s in attendance presented herself differently, from her unique make-up to her distinctive clothes. No two women were alike, nor would I have expected them to be. In the true sixties interpretation of fashion, each put herself together from her own personal idea of style, how she felt she looked best. And each did look fabulous!

I lived walking distance from Janis Joplin’s flat in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco. More than once I visited her to make pictures of one of my most beloved female musicians of the sixties. At this particular session I noticed a wall of new “Janis” posters decorating her bedroom. “Hey, Baron, dig it. I’m the first hippie pin-up girl!” The posters were for sale in head shops around the country and they featured a charming semi-nude image of Janis made by my photographer friend, Bob Seidemann. Because I knew that Janis had both a light and a dark side to her, I usually urged the light side forward when I photographed her; after all, she was still a 24 year old young girl becoming a woman in 1967, experienced but still filled with the joy of the possibilities ahead. Anyhow, for this photo I decided to try and mirror her look in her pin-up poster, so I allowed her to be somewhat more serious and somber. Later on, Seidemann and I traded signed photo prints; I framed the one I took next to Bob’s original, respectfully sexy shot. I sure do miss Janis.


Joni Mitchell was 25 when I photographed her at home in Laurel Canyon in Los Angeles. Actually, I wasn’t there on assignment for Rolling Stone, rather I had been hired by a glossy upstart counterculture magazine called EYE and published by the Hearst group, one of the country’s largest magazine publishers. The Hearst people recognized that the counterculture represented a growing market and they wanted to speak (and sell) to it. They offered many Rolling Stone staffers well-paid freelance assignments (I was still working for free at Rolling Stone), and I was one of them. The Joni Mitchell shoot was unique in many ways. First, it was in color, and color was impossible to print in the pages of Rolling Stone back then so most of my work until then had been in black & white. Secondly, I brought along my medium format Hasselblad camera which produced razor sharp large negatives and color transparencies. One Eye’s dime, I also used the opportunity to shoot some 35mm black and white for Rolling Stone; I knew they would like having the pictures, and in fact, one of those shots subsequently became a Rolling Stone cover! After the shoot, Joni and I sat around, drank tea, and probably discussed everything from love to relationships to politics; I don’t really remember what we talked about, only that Joni and I had a wonderful afternoon together. If you haven’t guessed already, the location of the shoot was the subject of the song, “Our House,” written when Graham Nash and Joni were living together in that very home…

Here’s why I loved Grace Slick. She was smart, she was beautiful, she was talented, she was decidedly anti-establishment and she had a mouth on her. Have you read her autobiography? The colorful Girl Scout vest she wore the day we made this photos (again, for both EYE and Rolling Stone) was more of an in your face fashion statement than the proud wearing of her uniform. Looking at her and focusing through the portrait lens I was captivated by her “liquid lips,” as smitten me calls them. To my eyes, Grace, not yet 30 at the time, was the consummate rebel woman. I mean how could you not love somebody who came a hair’s breadth away from dosing the punch at a Nixon White House gathering. Her music career spanned four decades, and involved the Great Society, Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship, and Starship, and she provided vocals on several iconic songs including “White Rabbit” and “Somebody to Love.” After her retirement – “All rock-and-rollers over the age of 50 look stupid and should retire.” – she started painting, usually visual interpretations of her music industry colleagues and various iterations of “White Rabbit.” We should all be so gifted and clever. We should all think, dress and live so independently and creatively, forever marching to the beat of our own drum…

I came upon Woodstock twice. First in the endless line of cars on highway 17-B through Bethel and on to the festival grounds; I got stuck in that line. Worried that I’d miss the beginning of the festival, I pulled out my AAA map (no Google maps or GPS in those days) and found a “blue” road that paralleled 17-B. Fortunately, it was clear – didn’t everybody carry AAA maps in those days? Anyhow, I quickly traveled that road that took me almost directly to the stage area. I parked my car, grabbed my cameras and trotted in the direction of the music, climbed up onto the stage and looked out upon the hundreds of thousands of fans who were already in place waiting for the music to begin. Frankly, I was stunned. I had never, ever seen so many people in one place at one time, all facing the stage, all facing me and my camera. It was a scene I’ll never forget. This particular Woodstock photo has always puzzled me. The couple is dancing, joyously, I presume. But why aren’t the others dancing, too? Why aren’t they smiling? Where was the spirit of peace, love and music? I dunno; maybe it was the heat and humidity, maybe they were already exhausted. Anyhow, as I wrote on the back cover of my book called “Woodstock:” “Woodstock showed the world how things could have been, and for this reason it’s important that we never forget the experience, the place, the time, and the dream that came true, if only for three days…”


Sally Mann – the groupie, not the photographer – is a perfect example of why I was smitten by the groupies. She was lovely to look at, quick-witted, and super-intelligent with a knife-sharp sense of humor. In January, 1970, Sally married Spencer Dryden of the Jefferson Airplane, with whom they had a son, Jesse. I guess we can therefore call her a “successful” groupie? In her own words: “Immediate mutual attraction notwithstanding, the course of true love never did run smooth, at least in my case, and before I could seal the deal with Spencer, I faced the daunting challenge of sweeping up the sticky-sweet residue left behind in his heart by my predecessor, the formidable Grace Slick—an undertaking made appreciably easier by Grace’s waning interest in Spencer and growing interest in Paul Kantner, Jefferson Airplane’s kamikaze rhythm guitarist.” Super-groupie Pamela des Barres rose to fame on the back of her book, “I’m With The Band.” Sally’s own reminiscences will soon appear in book form with the determined title of “The Band Is With Me!”  She is so cool…


Each of the images featured here are currently available via our site, with each one signed by Baron himself, and limited to 150 prints per picture.

B&W prints are silver gelatin on fibre-based paper. Color prints are C-types printed on Lambda printers.

NOTE: Prints are not sold framed.

+ Be sure to check out the full Summer of Love Collection, and stay tuned this week for more! 

Big love and thank you to Baron and Iconic Images for partnering with us to curate this fine art gallery!

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Festival-Friendly Beauty

Festival-Friendly Beauty

From keeping you smelling fresh to adding a little something extra to your braids…

If there was ever a time to experiment with your beauty products, a music festival would be it. I mean, they’re pretty much tailor-made for experimentation, right? That said, you should make sure to pack some tried-and-trues to keep yourself looking and feeling (and smelling) as fresh as the music you’re rocking out to.

So whether you’re already prepping for next year, headed off to Glastonbury, Sasquatch, Bonaroo or Lollapalooza in the next few months, we’ve got you covered.

Beat the heat.

First thing’s first when it comes to spending the day outside in the heat: SPF. Don’t skip it no matter how great you think that flower crown will look against a tan. Apply first thing in the morning and if you can, try to be good about reapplying throughout the day. Trust me here, you’re going to be uncomfortable enough by the end of a festival what with the less-than-ideal shower conditions and the copious amount of dirt, dust and mud everywhere, the last thing you’ll want to deal with on the ride/plane/boat back home is a sunburn.

What to try: The easiest, idiot-proof way to ensure you cover all your exposed skin is with a sprayable sunscreen. With the Organic Sheer Sunscreen Mist from Soleil Toujours, even those impossible-to-reach-especially-when-lazy-or-rushing-to-a-new-stage don’t stand a chance. Normally formulated with oxybenzone and octinoxate—two common sunscreen chemicals that also happen to be known endocrine disruptors and allergens—this mist instead relies on a formula of red algae, vitamin C ester, vitamin E and bisabolol, which act as a natural SPF booster and reduce UV damage. It’s also water resistant for up to 80 minutes, so assuming you’re not swimming laps all day, this should stand up to standard festival sweat.

And of course, with sun comes heat and with heat comes sweat. Feel free to go au natural while festival-ing, but if you do want to smell nicer than the rest of your tentmates, deodorant certainly won’t hurt.

What to try: Despite being travel-sized, the Taksumi Detox Deodorant from Kaia Naturals is a potent enemy of all things body odor. The vegan, aluminum-free stick comes in three scents (variety!) and the bamboo charcoal base naturally detoxifies as it deodorizes. So watch out, all that less-than-healthy stuff you might be putting into your body!

Stay (sort of) fresh and clean.

Just because you’re sleeping on the ground and probably don’t have access to running water doesn’t mean you’ve got to throw your skincare routine away—just readjust to fit the surroundings. Anything you don’t need a water source for is ideal (like cleansing wipes and facial mists), just be sure you take any trash with you when you leave. The local flora and fauna don’t need your dirty makeup wipes.

What to try: Depending on the length of the festival and your accommodations, dry shampoo is about to become the love of your life. The Mermaid Dry Shampoo from Captain Blankenship does exactly what a dry shampoo is supposed to do in festival situations: absorb oil and keep things fresh. It doesn’t add any extra grit or too much extra texture, either, which means your hair isn’t weighed down after a few days of use. And if you’re going to brave a brush, make sure it’s a boar bristle model, like those from Mason Pearson. It’ll naturally condition your hair by stimulating the scalp with each stroke and distribute oil along the whole strand so your hair is glossy, not flat and greasy.

Though your gorgeous face may have to forgo a 12-step skincare routine for a few days, you should still be removing dirt, grime, sweat and makeup every single night. Luckily, rms’ individually packaged Ultimate Makeup Remover Wipes can wear several hats thanks to their infusion of antifungal, antibacterial coconut oil that also melts makeup, cleanses and moisturizes skin. AND they’re 100% compostable. Festival VIP? I think so.

If you think you might need some extra oomph to get a day’s worth of festival detritus off your face, look for a toner that contains witch hazel. The mild astringent—found in Dr. Alkaitis’ Organic Herbal Toner and the Aloe & Rose Toner from Captain Blankenship— expertly removes stubborn sunscreen, makeup and dirt, while also soothing hot, irritated skin. And a toner like this will also provide a much-needed boost of hydration to your parched skin after a long day in the heat.

 Go bright.

Festivals are all about bright, creative makeup, so don’t shy away from trying the lip color or glitter hair dust you’ve been eyeing.

What to try: A bright lip is a no-brainer here, but be sure to pick a formula that’s as hydrating as it is pigmented, like the lipstick from Kosas. Not only does it cover all your lip color needs with its eight different shades, but it’s also formulated with super-hydrating and nourishing natural oils and botanical extracts like green tea, grapeseed and rosehip oils. What’s more, it’ll protect your pout from UV rays so you don’t have to worry about carrying an additional lip SPF around in your festival-friendly fanny pack.

If a bold eye is more your speed, you must pack these glittery temporary eye appliques from Violent Lips. Basically a temporary tattoo for your eyelid, these genius easy-to-apply babies are pretty much the ideal in festival makeup: you don’t have to worry about running, smudged makeup in a sweaty mosh pit and they peel off easily, no eye makeup remover required. Plus, they’re a killer sparkly pink.

And if you want to add a little something extra to those milkmaid braids or flower crown, you can always opt in for hair makeup like britelites’ Hair Glitter Sticks. No bigger than a lip balm, these little pops of sparkly color go on as easily as they come off (read: no picking glitter off your scalp for weeks).

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Lead photo by Jana Cantua

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The Ear Makeup Trend You Have to Try this Festival Season

The Ear Makeup Trend You Have to Try this Festival Season

Follow this DIY tutorial to add some art to those earlobes…

This post comes to you from beauty contributor, Kari Molvar.

If you’ve already experimented with ear cuffs and tattoo jewelry, you’re ready for the next breakout beauty trend: Ear makeup.

You might be thinking: Whaat? But it’s actually pretty simple—it’s basically drawing makeup on your lobes to create an artistic effect. What’s cool is that the look can be as subtle or statement-making as you want, depending on the colors you use and how much skin you decorate with pigment. For a quick DIY tutorial, we asked celebrity makeup artist Niki M’nray for her tips.

For a half-dipped lobe:

1. First, outline the area of the lobe to create a space for you to fill in. To get a clean and precise design, use an eyeliner pencil or a liquid liner in your desired color.

2. Fill in with a metallic pigment using a medium-size eyeshadow brush. You can wet the brush lightly to get a good amount of pigment on it—this will give you a bright and rich effect, and the pigment will dry after it’s applied to the lobe so you don’t have to worry about getting it on your clothes.

3. To remove, I would use a makeup wipe, which is much more convenient than soap and water and creates less mess!

For a glittery ear design:

1. Using any small eyeshadow brush, dip the tip into a pot of glitter gel, outlining the lobe and upper ear.

2. Clean up any goofs with a Q-tip dipped in makeup remover.

3. To prevent smudging, use a strong-hold hairspray, which seals everything in place.

Bonus options:

Apply a fun, temporary tattoo on your lobe or use a small stencil and fill in the center with a metallic eyeshadow using the same technique explained above!

+ Now tell us! What do you think of the ear makeup trend?

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Festival Packing List: 5 Need-It-Now Beauty Essentials

From easy face glitter to super cool hair shadow, here’s what not to miss this season…

This post comes to you from beauty contributor, Kari Molvar.

Festival season is here! Time to load up the car with friends, break out your fringe shorts, and have some fun with your beauty look. Now is when you can really experiment freely and let your inner creative spirit run wild (hello, #fpme). Rather than spend hours searching for that perfect pot of face glitter or easy-to-apply temporary hair dye, though, we found all the best essentials for you. Here are five truly amazing, expert-approved supplies to stock up on now.

Decorate your face. Niclove’s Glitter Mermaid Face Pack saves you a trip to the art supply store. Inside you’ll find multiple pots of face gems and glitter (plus lashes: SO COOL). There’s also a pointy-tip applicator included, so you can dip on beauty glue and then affix these embellishments to your skin easily.

Get some temporary streaks. Hair Shadow works just like eyeshadow, only you put it on your hair instead of your lids. Just brush the pigment along the length of your strands or the area you want to tint (note: do this over the sink because some particles will fall down). Then, seal with a shot of hairspray and you’re done (FYI, it washes out in the shower).

Tattoo your body. For some instant body art, nothing beats the ease of BeautyMarks. Their Doodle kit is great for creating the illusion of arm and hand tats while the Confetti pack can be dusted over your décolletage for a sexy vibe. Hmm, choices, choices!

Scent your strands. Whipping your head around is even better when your hair smells fantastic. Beach Hair Perfume is infused with hydrating coconut oil along with natural plant essences to create a dreamy, tropical fragrance that also softens and adds shine to your hair. Bonus: you can also mist it on your skin, too!

Don’t bug out. Ok, this is less about changing your look and more about saving your skin in the outdoors! To keep the mosquitoes away, we love Zoe Organics’ travel size insect repellant. The non-toxic botanical blend contains soybean, castor, rosemary and essential oils that form a protective force-field around your limbs. Just keep it at the ready since you’ll need to reapply every few hours.

+ Now it’s your turn! What are your favorite festival beauty must-have’s?

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Trans-Pecos Event of Music Love

“A dream you dream is just a desire. A desire you desire collectively is reality.” — John Lennon

I’ve experimented with begin this article several times today, but kept returning and removing what I’d created… for whatever reason, I was having a heck of the period taking the substance of the event in phrases. Subsequently, I appeared on Trans-Pecos’ site and discovered the above mentioned estimate from John Lennon.

That s it.

I kept pondering… was that a desire upon departing? It thought soaked with colour, also fleeting, also stunning and also ideal for this to become other things. However it occurred — it was dreamed by us . For three times, a marriage of beautiful spirits discussed  their loves, their audio, their artwork and their desires. We chuckled until our bellies harm, dropped ourselves in heavy discussions, and cried holes of joy nbsp; our breaths were taken by the sundown away.

This event, in my experience, is healing. It’s-a opportunity to avoid and forget about the objectives that consider on our daily lifestyles, and also to allow the mind most probably to whichever will come its way.  Depart the night behind and discover fresh paths of sunshine which make your heart experience complete. Uncover what these paths are and care them to walk. Most of manufacturers and the designers who collect in the event are evidence that these desires can change into truth. Fresh pathways may continually be cast, doorways that were fresh may continually be exposed, equally actually and psychologically. And we quit transporting bits of one another around.

I understand it had been actual since I’ve pictures of this sundown to advise me of its awe inspiring splendor. I understand it had been actual since I’ve a stay-and-poke tattoo (from our beloved buddy Kris Chau) viewing my back. I understand it had been actual due to the relationships that’ll keep on in to life’s next section. I understand since I will still notice the music-playing within the heavy edges of my brain it had been actual. I will notice Annie Clark of St. Vincent joining David Garza and also the El Cosmico Household Group to get a spectacular performance of “Under Pressure.”

I really hope these pictures (mainly shot with 35mm movie) can provide you a vibrant image of what this event is about. And that I wish rsquo & that you simply;ll come party and next year within the leave around.


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Making friends.

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Stunning Shari of Appeal School Classic.




Markus & Bekah of The Preserve Classic.


Kris Chau at the office.

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Shooter Jackie Lee Younger and Koda your dog.



Berlin Nicholas of Manready Mercantile.




Ron Erni of Manready Mercantile.


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Summertime Bucket List’s Best End

Thirty things you can do before summertime is over. 

With summer formally closing in only per month that is over, my breaks are quickly getting  last minute hurrahs when I develop nervous comprehending that summertime cookouts, and visits with buddies, seaside times are visiting a finish. It s much like  that-also- Sunday evening accustomed sensation , understanding Friday day is currently looking you within the encounter. To ease a number of that finish-of-summertime melancholy, please discover our should-do supreme bucket-list (for each kind of woman). Whether you nbsp & re; introspective introvert, an audio mother, health-nut, free-spirit or trendy femme, rsquo & we;ve got so you may finish the growing season having a boom you lined.


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Shows and Event Style from Ball 2016

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The most popular looks and shows from Governors Basketball 2016

Since I have last walked base about the reasons of the music event it s been one minute, and truthfully? I n overlooked. Overlooked the power and vibrational exhilaration that permeates these events, as an electrical currant getting through our planet , nbsp & linking;a large number of people all at one time! — using the amazing energy of audio. That uniting drive that provides us together, that triggers individuals to descend in absurd, difficult figures on locations like Randalls Island Playground, like they did earlier this weekend for The Governors Ball Music Festival.

Whether or not they have there been for Beck or Robyn, Against Me! or Haim, these were all therefor exactly the same cause, and also the event didn’t fail (except perhaps for Sunday… which was you, Nature). The models were lively and also the entire weekend was not as credible while rsquo & you;deb anticipate a sold out event within NYC’s center to become. And also the design? As modern whilst the town itself. Vibrant and daring designs intermingled with pared-back appears, shoes danced alongside gladiator shoes, vibrant backpacks mirrored back from contemporary sunnies that tinted thrilled eyes in the (periodic) summertime sunlight. So when the rainfall hit on evening two… and child hi achieved it struck… it just created points greater for all those courageous enough to check out Haim’s guide and obtain doused with water. Unfortunately, the heavens had additional ideas for Sunday, because they appear to each year, and also the selection was terminated, however for the audio followers who collected within this shrub-covered playground on day-one and two, it had been a weekend to consider.

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Playlists: See You At Basketball 2016!

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The following event on our checklist falls hellip & tomorrow; gear for Basketball with this specific playlist!

Summertime seemingly have struck all at one time below about the East Shore. Broiling obvious orange heavens, warm weather, and also the never ending trill of ice-cream vans circling the stop outside mdash & my home; the harbingers of the new period that is fresh. Obviously, summertime wouldn’t be full with no complete lineup of music celebrations to load our diary, and then about the checklist is Governors Ball. Beginning tomorrow, we’ll be published up in NY, taking photos of the group and getting everything in. watch out for all of US and become certain to provide the playlist under, that will be full of the functions we’re therefore desperate to determine, a listen. Not headed to rsquo & Randall;s Area Playground? To not fear. Take a look at these guidelines for making your personal event right athome.



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Underneath the Wilderness Sun: A Kickoff of Event Style

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Searching for some event design motivation that is clean? Search no more…

This article involves us from our factor, Natalie Sypkens

All of the leave- free-spirited wanderers clustered to Indio Area yesteryear two breaks to invest an amazing 72 hours filled with limitless dance, live songs, and great feelings and home spirits. It had been my very first time encountering any large-scale, or this specific audio occasion audio celebration for instance, and that I may say that it didn’t fail. &nbsp passed;right into a sharp leave evening, however the thrilling power usually stayed, constantly inspiring the atmosphere and linking the a large number of people who swarmed the event reasons.

I’d my fair-share of preconceived ideas on which the style could be like; most of these occasions, which event particularly, will always be referred to as a period where all of the participants allow their innovative power and push to become distinctive grasp their clothing options. This led to three times of not just live audio, but nbsp & an amount;of style motivation unmatched to other things I’ve actually experienced. A prosperity of motivation to viewers as the best summer-style, although everyone s ensemble outfits weren’t just well suited for the event environment.

I rounded-up a number of my personal favorite looks and event occasions, examine them out under, and become certain to click-through to grab the looks:











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Roundup: Make Your Personal Event

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We re displaying you it and making our very own event ’s completed. Proceed behindthescenes below!

Early-bird seats sold-out weeks previously, and also the existing tix that were last are now actually within the fingers of  hellip & a 3rd party the initial price problem? Lacking the vessel in your preferred event is currently unsettling &mdash . Then when you can’t visit the event, whynot provide you the festival, yes?  Move behindthescenes of Steps To Make Your Personal Event under and store the looks!


Adorned Military Clothing Coat, King Of Sunlight Maxi, Charlie Hi-Top Talk


Big Pearl Tambourine, Cause Jagger Kimono


Bauble Attention Gems



Jaipur Rest Collection


Kaleidoscope Shades, Gatsby Glam Coat


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Store Event.

Pictures by Jana

Model: Charlee Fraser