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Let’s talk about this intro Ramona singerCatwalk Skills! Once upon a time in 2009 when a pale, willowy woman was named Alex McCord held a nervous fashion show in Brooklyn, New York. Ms. McCord was responsible for selecting the fashions and models for this fashionable matter and decided in her infinite wisdom to win some of her quasi-celebrity friends as models – not just as a homage to hers forever Friendships – but also to explain: “Hey, world! Brooklyn fashion is on the map! ”
Alex worked on every detail of the show, including its recording very good friend Kelly BensimonMeasurements. “Please, oh, please let this strapless dress accentuate Kelly’s broad shoulders,” Alex prayed to the fashion gods. “Everyone loves a good shoulder!”
On the day of the show, townspeople gathered in the high school gym, eagerly awaiting all the fashions that would march down the long black wrestling mat. There was excitement in the air that day, my friends. I’m pretty sure BELLA Magazine even sent a reporter to cover all of the great designs!
After several models put their things on “Tick tock“(Or whatever the kids were listening to in 2009) it came out … the real STAH of the show, in all its glory!
Just look at this gazelle-like corridor. It takes a very special woman to pull off a strapless dress with pinstripes and a full-length, full-length zipper that warps and flexes with every movement, and it was Ramona More than up to the task! I just love the way she commanded the audience with her eyes absorbing every little detail of the dress down to the bustling design elements that enriched her belly.
My favorite part of this trip down Memory Lane was watching the hater. Jill Zarin, writhed in her chair with jealousy over Ramona’s “I’ll kill you in my sleep” eyes she served. Sure, Jill said it looked like an alien entered Ramona’s body, but that’s just code for “I wish I had this poison”.
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