Fresh City Life asked fashion designer Jose Duran to answer our questionnaire and found out that Jose is very comfortable in his own skin.
In the weeks leading up to our fashion spectacle Frock Out, each of our eleven designers will be featured here with their responses to the infamous Proust Questionnaire. Marcel Proust (1871-1922), French novelist, critic and essayist, believed that people must know and understand themselves before they can know or understand others.
Join us at the newly renovated Bear Valley Branch Library on Thursday, November 4, at 6:30 p.m. and make a handmade dahlia from felt. Use this little gem for a variety of gifts or accents: corsage, package topper, napkin ring, or hair piece. Class size is limited. Please register by calling 720.865.0975.
Pamper yourself with quality, homemade lotions led by MoonDance Botanicals on Wednesday, November 3, 6 p.m. at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library. Class size is limited, please register by calling 720.865.0120.
Learn more about making your own beauty products at home:
Fresh City Life asked fashion designer Tina Berger-Everroad to answer our questionnaire and found out that Tina carries some very designer baggage.
In the weeks leading up to our fashion spectacle Frock Out, each of our twelve designers will be featured here with their responses to the infamous Proust Questionnaire. Marcel Proust (1871-1922), French novelist, critic and essayist, believed that people must know and understand themselves before they can know or understand others.
A recent, wholly unscientific study shows that 9 out of 10 acts of kindness can lead to a chain reaction of kindnesses. Even Bette Davis films can cause random acts of kindness. Witness:
On Tuesday, November 16, the Crossroads Theatre, in partnership with Fresh City Life, will be hosting a free film night. It's our monthly KnitFlix, so we'll have an area for knitters with good light, but we're also inviting non-crafters to join us for this film showing. And we're asking everyone to bring a food item or toiletries for donation to Urban Peak, the orgnaization that helps homeless youth and youth at risk of being homeless.
Here's some candidates that you can vote for with confidence!
Our epic fashion competition is just around the corner (Thursday, Nov 18) and we need your help choosing the People's Choice designer. This award comes with a prize package valued at $1000 and one talented designer will take home the prize!
Join us as Kirk Farber signs his debut novel, Postcards from a Dead Girl, a March 2010 Indie Next selection, on Saturday, October 30, at 1 p.m. at the Ross-University Hills Branch Library. Mr. Farber also writes short stories and essays, and is currently working on his second novel.
The Colorado Author Series brings our amazing local talent into the limelight. Meet your favorite authors or discover new talent while getting to know your neighbors and enjoying the library! Bring your own copy to be signed or buy one at the event for yourself or as a unique gift!
Always wonder how to pick out a bra that actually fits you correctly? Join the experts from local boutique Le Soutein and untangle the truth on Saturday, October 23, at 10 a.m. at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library.
Interested in learning more about what's going on under there?
*Okay, Mondo didn't kiss me, but it was still a thrill.
I met Mondo Guerra last night for the second time. We met three years ago when he came to the open call for designers for our first runway competition Frock Out. He was already designing with panache and he was juried in as one of our twelve designers. I remember him as funny, self-effacing and joyful. Circumstances and life interfered and Mondo wasn't able to participate in Frock Out. I'm not sure if any of us knew then what we missed out on.