It’s now May and I finished The Merchant of Venice! I got to use my hoop skills for the show as one of my characters and I cannot wait to continue with this hobby. It’s a nice relaxing physical activity to do in between my work. Now that I’m done with acting, I can dye my hair back to pink! Pink is a part of my identity and my brand, so I love to wear it as much as possible!
As you can see from my social media, I will not be showcasing for the Her Universe Fashion Show at San Diego Comic Con this year. But I still plan on making these looks and do a 12-13 piece collection for future fashion shows! This collection is full of Bioshock-influenced dresses with Art Deco prints with 1920s-60s silhouettes with the exception of the Elizabeth dress, which is more of a Victorian/Steampunk look. I’m hoping to take up embroidery as well as use that skill for this collection!
I was determined to get this post out on the last day of April. I have quite a bit to talk about!
Long time no write, readers!
Museum of Ice Cream, San Francisco
I purposely waited to post until now. I wanted to do a reflection on 2017, and PGF’s fourth birthday!
I completely missed September’s blog post. Opps.
Stockton-Con 2017 | Photo by Douggary Grant
July was a pretty hectic month…
So you can go follow my blog with Bloglovin!
I’m still learning what exactly Bloglovin does. I’m also brainstorming new content to share on this blog and my PGF social media. Thankfully, I am taking this weekend for myself to get things in order. I’m cleaning and organizing my house, working on a collection I was to present in the Summer, working on individual apparel items for shoots, sponsorships, sales, and more, etc.
I am determined to get these things in check so I can continue to grow and be better than the person I was yesterday. Always strive to be the best ‘you’ you can be!