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V.20 No.35 | 9/1/2011

Found

Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: red and black cotton bolero vests ($5 each)

Twinsies Day at work is double the fun with this fetching pair of matching vests. Achieving that oh-so-Santa Fe look (American-cowgirl-princess-meets-Burmese-cultural-sexworker) has never been easier, and it even comes with work and overseas travel opportunities! To get you started in your exciting new career, the vests teach you how to “move your body,” eliciting “pzazz” from “monitors” and various other customers. Only $5 each!

These attractive bolero vests are cotton and made in India.

The embroidery surrounds small reflective discs in a few places, giving an element of pzazz to the vests.

*Tilt your monitor or move your body to see the colors with the deepest, richest color. That will be closest to the actual product.

V.20 No.36 | 9/8/2011
Teresa Romero, founder of the Designer’s Lounge
Michael L. Miller
Teresa Romero, founder of the Designer’s Lounge

Arts

Make Your Own Fall Wardrobe

The Designer’s Lounge adds new classes

If you have a hard time finding clothes that fit you just right, or special items that suit your taste perfectly, consider learning to make your own fashions. The Designer’s Lounge, which just produced the teen fashion show Fall Into the Stars, has added new classes for September. Read this week’s Arts story to get an idea of how far these classes can take you.

A student working in the Designer’s Lounge
A student working in the Designer’s Lounge

One of these additions, Embellishment Crochet, starts tomorrow—and more are coming right up— so check the Designer’s Lounge website soon.

V.20 No.35 | 9/1/2011
Mikayla Kadas (left) with her models showing off her clothing line
Denali Schmidt

Art News

Styling Young Fashionistas

A sleek, glitter-caked model stalked confidently down the runway while a dozen photographers flashed and snapped. This energetic spectacle was not in Paris or Milan. It was a teen fashion show held in Albuquerque’s youth arts and entertainment community center, Warehouse 508. The focus of Fall Into the Stars was original clothing lines designed and constructed by six high-school-aged girls.
V.20 No.28 | 7/14/2011
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Fashion

Things I thought were a dream but actually happened: extremely pointy Mexican boots

This is for real. Now let’s bring extremely pointy boots to New Mexico and combine it with planking. We’ll call it “pointing.”

V.20 No.24 | 6/16/2011
First winner of the scavenger hunt
First winner of the scavenger hunt

Group Hug

More Sassy Photos from the Alibi Pride Party

Are you featured in this slideshow?

These are the rest of the shots I took last Wednesday, posted due to popular demand. And look, I learned to make a slideshow in a blog! Lookout world, lots of slideshows coming your way.

This party was extra fun, thanks in part to all the fabulous outfits.

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V.20 No.21 | 5/26/2011
Princess Beatrice (pictured right) and her famous tea rose hat
Princess Beatrice (pictured right) and her famous tea rose hat

Fashion

Fashion and Charity

At first glance Princess Beatrice's tea rose hat looks like a Cindy Lou Who hairdo. Don't be fooled, this is no Dr. Seuss invention, but a design by Philip Treacy.

The extravagant hat worn by Princess Beatrice to the royal wedding between Prince William and Catherine Middleton, got almost as much attention as the wedding itself. The hat inspired mockery, admiration and even a Facebook page. Now Beatrice is giving up the head piece to help benefit children's charities. The bidding on eBay.com, which began this week, has now reached more than $35,000.

The auction is being overseen by Auction For A Cause and all proceeds will go to The The Little Bee Initiative, a campaign set up by Princess Beatrice. The money raised by auctioning off the hat will be split evenly between two charities, UNICEF and UK Children in Crisis.

For all of the prosperous fashionistas out there, there is still time to place your bid on this truly individual hat. The auction closes on May 22, so hurry.

V.20 No.16 |

NEWS

The Daily Word 4.24.11: Deepwater anniversary; Don Cherry Jacket-Watch; McDonald's beat-down update; barking is free speech

The Daily Word

The guy who engineered the Compact Disc died. Now if we could find the guy who invented jewel cases, everything would be right with the world.

Ancient Santa Fe.

You know you want to buy Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!

Unregistered Christians in China get arrested.

Graffiti bunnies.

Listen to Johnny Dollar, radio serial. All 196 episodes!

Hockey Night in Canada's Don Cherry. JACKET-WATCH. This is probably the best link in this blog.

McDonald's beat-down victim speaks out. With South Baltimore accent. Possible hate crime.

Partial guest list for the Royal Wedding. Impressive sounding names.

Man arrested for barking at police dog now arguing it was free speech.

Bradley Manning is being shipped to Fort Leavenworth. Manning hasn't been tried yet, but Obama says "he broke the law."


Explosive-proof underwear.

Presidential hopeful Donald Trump doesn't vote.

The Deepwater Horizon oil rig sank in the Gulf of Mexico one year ago.

Tasteless Neil Hamburger God jokes.

Traffic stops/searches based on police detecting an odour of marijuana declared unconstitutional by Massachusetts Supreme Court.

Man shot in head by potato gun. Early in the morning, in the woods.

READ THIS: Alfred Kahn's bureaucratese memo.

Awesomely bizarre "facial flex" infomercial.

Goofy Hank Crawford version of Paycheck's "Take This Job and Shove it."

V.20 No.8 | 2/24/2011

news

Daily Word 2.17.11: Trader Joe’s hates farm workers, global protest fever, Phil Collins Day Parade

The Daily Word

Voter ID proposal (outlined in this week’s Roundhouse Roundup along with some other funky bills) fails in the state Legislature.

APD union is holding a “no-confidence” vote today in honor of Public Safety Director Darren White.

From Wired Science: There’s a giant solar blast headed for Earth. Also, watch a carnivorous plant in action.

Peaceful protests in Bahrain crushed by modern, moderate government’s violence.

Thousands protest the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature, which is poised to pass a union-killing bill.

BP says Gulf oil spill settlements are too generous.

Weird food: Snack-cake sliders

Photo essay: AP photographer documents New Delhi coal scavengers.

From my sister: These porcelain dolls are amazing, creepy and expensive. (NSFW...UYWATWA)

No one cares that Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz are divorcing.

Islanders prepare to abandon their sinking country.

Of course Brooklyn had a Phil Collins Day Parade.

Hair and makeup looks from New York Fashion Week, so far.

Ubiquitous “caramel color” in sodas will give you cancer and mess with your genitals.

The secret to Trader Joe’s cheapness? The company doesn’t care about farm workers.

V.19 No.46 | 11/18/2010
All dressed up and no place to go, except my stomach.
All dressed up and no place to go, except my stomach.

Fashion

And the San Pellegrino wears Missoni

The most chichi water ever bottled has found its way onto shelves at Whole Foods on Carlisle. San Pellegrino—for some reason—teamed up with Missoni—the Italian fashion house most famous for knitwear that features brightly-colored zigzag patterns. The designer water has been available since this summer, yet, I’m guessing, it’s late arriving in Albuquerque. As usual. A bottle of this limited edition water now lives in my humble refrigerator. See Lea, Perrins and Mr. Tapatio quiver with inferiority.

V.19 No.33 | 8/19/2010
Fashion from last year’s Craft Punk
Justin Dodd
Fashion from last year’s Craft Punk

Fashion

Craftwork

The Craft Punk fashion show happens tonight

Put on your sharpest duds tonight and find out what the Launchpad looks like when furnished with a 16 foot runway. Evolution Piercing will be presenting the Craft Punk Benefit Fashion Show, Vendor Fair and Silent Auction. Admission is $13 at the door, and all proceeds go to OFFCenter Community Arts Project. Festivities begin at 9 p.m. Read more about the show, and find out what bands are performing here.

V.19 No.30 |

news

The Daily Word 07.29.10: Bears and cougars, flip-flops, border guvs

The Daily Word

SB 1070 went into effect today, though yesterday a judge took the teeth out of it. Here's what people in New Mexico think about that.

Border governors will meet in Santa Fe.

The state suggests hunters should be allowed to shoot bears and cougars—not the sexy kind.

The people who broke into the zoo last month say they aren't the first.

We had a female governor for two weeks in 1924.

Tanker ruptures near the Bosque del Apache, spilling up to 40,000 gallons of fuel oil into a dry arroyo.

This doctor the Alibi wrote about in a medical marijuana story gave free hyperbaric treatments to a teen suffering severe seizures who was on the news. (Her mom says she got the seizures from the HPV vaccine.) The teen is feeling much better.

Find out who Sarah Palin is supporting in races nationwide and how those candidates are faring. An interactive graphic by WaPo.

The DoD can't account for most of the $9.1 billion slated for reconstructing Iraq, reports Good Blog.

Real bear tries to take off with stuffed bear.

Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation may not need to be mouth-to-mouth.

Flip-flops are worse for you than high heels, says England.

V.19 No.28 | 7/15/2010

Alibi Picks

Clash Couture

Even if you're the type that could quite frankly give less of a you-know-what about Tyra Banks and her legions of makeup-caked cronies, a competition is always a good time. In Clash Couture: A Live Fashion Show Behind the Runway, eight teams of makeup artists, hairstylists and fashion designers put their skills to the test in a timed contest to make the most awe-inspiring, faint-inducing style this side of the Rio Grande. Rounding out the ultramodern soirée is a silent auction featuring the students of The Art Center Design College and a DJ spinning throughout the night. Tickets are $10 for students and $20 for the rest of us, with proceeds benefitting Art in the School, a nonprofit promoting art education in public schools. It all starts strutting at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Wool Warehouse (516 First Street NW). For more, visit clashcoutureabq.com or theartcenter.edu.

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