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Forgotten Folklore: Thank You
Thanks from the editor!
Photo by Helen Georgia Stoddard
Thank you to everyone who attended Quail Bell's "Once Upon a Time II: Forgotten Folklore" fashion show at Selba last Thursday. What magic! We had a wide range of talented folk, ranging from designers to stylists to models to make-up artists and more. Their hard work and enthusiasm made for QB's best fashion show yet.
I'm especially grateful to Julie DiNisio (show director), Brian McDaniel (MC), R.A.I.N. (who provided the hair/make-up artists), and Selba. Selba truly proved to be the elegant venue the whole QB Crew was hoping for. I'm also thrilled that so many stores in Richmond, Virginia were willing to participate. Everyone from Rumors to Halcyon lent the show the aesthetic we needed to tell tales of Richmond's forgotten folklore. Which reminds me--I have to also thank the city of Richmond for its history and urban legends. If Richmond weren't such an old, strange place, how else could we have come up with such an original fashion show concept? (Specific kudos to Jade Miller for that idea.)
All in all, I'm floored that we put on such an incredible show and I'm very thankful for everyone who came out that night. Check out forthcoming coverage in Viva RVA, RVA Magazine, and right here at Quail Bell Magazine.
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Christine Stoddard conceived the idea for Quail Bell in late 2009 after writing a children's story by the same name, and launched the website as a college blog in 2010. In June 2013, Christine and former art director Kristen Rebelo officially launched Quail Bell Magazine as a global web magazine. Read our editorial mission statement to learn more.