Change of mind.
Change of time.
Change of weather.
Change of clothes.
Life has a new look.
And the blog has a new sound.
What a better way to celebrate the transformation other than with a week dedicated to fashion. I got a passion for fashion. And I know you do too. For, what you are on the inside can only be expressed by how you present yourself on the outside. Every piece of article that you choose says a little something about you. You wear pieces of art every day. And it’s all in the way you wear it.
You either do your own thing, or you go with what’s in. The choice is yours. It’s one of the best exercises of freedom, one of the most everyday artistic ones at that.
This week in the Coachella Valley we celebrate our very unique, Fashion Week. And here on the Coachella Valley Art Scene, we do it our way. We may not have a runway, but we do have a blog. That’s the new age catwalk, if you didn’t already know.
So watch us as we strut our stuff…
1. A Passion for Fashion. What’s sexier than desert fashion? Personally, I love watching everyone (out of towners) trying to interpret it at Coachella Fest. Less somehow becomes more, bold becomes better, and sunglasses have sex appeal. It’s lovely and inspiring to watch, but all us desert rats know, we know what’s really up. On a day to day level. So, we show you. Well, actually, Luisa Marielli and Adam Moore show you. They lay the smack down this week. And I am really excited to show what they got in store.
2. Catwalks. There are a bunch of catwalks all around town this week. We give you the low down to the cat meows.
3. Sao Paulo + 760. What is the relation? What are the odds? Since this is an arts blog, not so much a math blog, we don’t have to answer that. All you do have to know is that this Tuesday night a band from Brazil, Garotas Suecas, is coming to town. Our local loves, Dreamcatcher and Evaro will be rocking the stage with them. Get ready to dance!
4. Black Lights… Camera… Action…. What’s life without a little drama? Dull. What’s an art scene without good theater? Incomplete. This Friday and Saturday Kyle Lanternman presents Prometheus Bound. This is a classic Greek tragedy by Aeschylus will be performed under black lights, with Luminescent sets, costumes and makeup. This is the kinda art we like to hear about!! More info coming soon.