Model Q & A
On Saturday, Valentine’s Day lingerie fashion show models gave ladies in Carbondale ideas for sexy and romantic outfits to make the perfect gift on Feb. 14. Faces, Hands and Feet Day Spa, Penny Lane Consignment, Night & Dance, Gracie’s and Glenwood Beauty Academy provided the set up for the fashion show, which featured lacy lingerie and fun costumes such as a sultry Snow White, a flirty ’50s diner girl and a sexy sea mermaid.Sultry Snow WhiteName: Ananda BancAge: 24
Town: CarbondaleDay job: I love acting, but waitressing is my job. My passion is acting and music. I’m headed out in a month to Los Angeles. Ever model before? Yes, twice with Amy Kimberly and her fashion shows for charity here.Why you chose your outfits: I was “Snow White from Hell” one year for Halloween, and my hair inspired my outfits. I was just going to go for a vintage look. My hair was my favorite part of the whole thing.Were you nervous? No, I had some Jameson to help me out.
Will you model again? Yes, if the chance comes up. Flirty ’50s Diner GirlName: Claire KammannAge: 23
Town: CarbondaleDay job: WaitressEver model before? Yes, little (shows)Why you chose your outfits: They were vintage and they fit meWere you nervous? Yes
Will you model again? YesSexy Sea MermaidName: Emily SullivanAge: 26
Town: Glenwood SpringsDay job: I assist with labor and delivery – I’m a certified nursing assistant – and I’m manager and part-owner of Night & Dance in Glenwood Springs.Ever model before? Yes, I’ve modeled in Los Angeles and for a local agent in fashion shows around town.Why you chose your outfits: (I picked loose fitting outfits like the mermaid because) I hurt my knee modeling. I was doing a modeling shoot and just bent down and tore the meniscus off the joint. Were you nervous? No, it’s something I love.Will you model again? Absolutely
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