an army of ROLLING RACKS
and PADDED HANGERS
...by harnessing the raw power of VOLUNTEER LABOR!
MUA HA HA HA HA HA
Yes, apparently my plan for world domination involves supporting the shoulders of historic garments and then carting them around on wheels.
Other news that might interest devoted readers:
-- I gained new respect this week for New Day Northwest-- the local morning cheesefest which MOHAI was featured on recently. Olivia and I have been watching the latest season of RuPaul's Drag Race and have fallen in love with Seattle-based queen Jinkx Monsoon. Apparently the same week I was helping haul the Sonics trophy to the studio, Jinkx made an appearance to promote her starring role in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Cool stuff NDNW. I guess there is more to you than strange fashion advice and free country music CDs.
-- My upcoming John Doyle Bishop event has been getting some actual (local) press. Read about it here and here.
-- Last Sunday MOHAI had an Oscar party and I was asked to provide commentary during the red carpet pre-show. I teamed with my fantastic friend Curt to provide charming banter about the history of fashion at the Oscars. The insider sources who attended the event (my parents) said we did a good job, but more importantly we looked fabulous doing it. I wore a purple dress that I found at a church yard sale in New York, and Curt looked dapper in a suit with a tie that matched my dress. My greatest regret in life right now is that no one took a picture.
Amazingly, I found a picture on the internet that was pretty close:
Not sure who these people are, but they are doing a pretty good job of being nearly as stunning as Curt and I.