I just want you all to know it has been a fantastic year for Pay It Forward Radio & Fashion Forward Radio. I have been awe-inspired by all of my guests. Their stories and ability to be real is such a treat for me. I am honored to bring you their stories. I am honored to be part of a community that cares about each other and their accomplishments.
I wish you all a happy & healthy Christmas and New Year. Thank you for all of your support in 2014. I have learned so much from all my guests. I love what is everyone is doing in the world to make a difference and I absolutely love all the creative individuals that reside in this beautiful city of Denver.
I have the best job in the world! It does not even feel like a job – it feels like an adventure. Lucky me.
Please tune in and listen to all my amazing guests in the coming year. I know you will be inspired and impressed. You should know who is part of our world, whether it be good news in paying it forward or creative people in fashion and beyond.
I am taking the month of December off. I have just moved in to a newly remodeled home and I am seriously looking at my life and how I can be better at what I do and love. I wish you all the best in the coming year. I appreciate your support and your stories! Thank you for making my job so amazing!
Tune in on Thursday, November 16 at 11:00 am MST when I interview Baily Rose, designer – Maison de Rose on Fashion Forward Radio, presentation of Today’s Woman Network.
To listen: Today’s Woman Network
Raised in the sparkly rocks and red cliffs of Colorado, she found fashion and film while studying Psychology and Advertising at the University of Colorado,
Bored of the institutionalization of education and rebelling the rampant objectification of the woman on a college campus, her roommates and herself curated art, fashion and film shows in their living rooms and back yards.
After a short stint in San Francisco, Rose moved to Denver and received a Sewing Certificate from the Emily Griffith Opportunity School.
She explored many film classes at CU Boulder and has played with short fashion films. No longer participating in fashion shows because of the implied objectification of the woman on a runway, she has opted to show her fashions through photography and performance . Frequently seen bicycling the Lover Streets of Denver with her fellow Prim Mobstresses and ers, they take the job of going around and loving everything very seriously. or Not.
She has now become a hermit in the mountains.
Maison de Rose
Maison de Rose strives to become Zero Waste by using only salvaged textiles, trimming as little fabric off as possible. Some small threads & trimmings must be thrown out, but most are saved to be utilized in an accessory or art piece.