I didn't originally plan to take such a long break from updating this blog... things just got extremely busy with Charleston Fashion Week and now that it has come to a close, please allow me to give a brief summary about what went on here during the week leading up to it.

My mom came into town from Nashville, one week before the show to help with all of the last minute sewing(and it turned out to be a lot).  I kept telling myself... things are bound to go wrong when you have 15 outfits and 15 children to fit them onto. It was nice to have her here to make everything go really smooth and calm.

There were actually 17 models in the show... here, we have Maisy's doll... Can you tell that this fabric is my favorite? I also used it to make the shirt that my mom is wearing and gave it to her at Christmas. Here is a good close up of the models that may have been overlooked a little;)

                                     photo: Ed Kavishe at Fashion Wire Press

This photo will explain why I added, 3 yr old Hudson to the show, just two days before while at his house to to fit his 3 siblings... This little guy really looks up to his older brother.
And here we are backstage on Tuesday night just a couple of hours before the show.
Gillian, entertaining Parker
 Hudson, getting his makeup touched up while wearing his signature red sneakers.
 Makenna... Thank You for putting up with this again! It turned out beautiful!
Maddie with her parrot friend.
Such a ham! Backstage photos: Reese Moore
my dad, showing me his photos of the show.


Please go here to view the whole collection on the runway!

I have to thank this lady for having the great idea to begin Charleston Fashion Week and for making it such a huge success. Thanks to the team at Charleston Magazine and the wonderful hair and make-up crew organized by Ashley Brooke Perryman.
                                                              photo: Reese Moore

Look out, Monday for a post about the remainder of Charleston Fashion Week!

6 comments:

Lavender Blue Garden Design said...

Barbara, your show was awesome on the runway.You are great with children and they obviously LOVE you! They looked AMAZING in your designs. I wouldn't have missed it for the world.

UnaBb said...

great pictures!

Elizabeth {e tells tales} said...

I love the little dollies! How is it child models always look so grownup and cute?

TT's Attic said...

The dolls are adorable!!! :)

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Gillian and Mark said...

Wow! I was waiting for this post Barbara. I love all the photos especially the one of Hudson getting him makeup done. I can tell he is so interested in what that lady is telling him.

Miss B. said...

the dolls are fantastic! Your pics are straight impeccable perfection. I feel like I'm in another world. congrats!