by Angeliska on March 7, 2012
This year, Miss Allyson Garro of Coco Coquette and I were invited back to be part
of the team that creates one of Austin’s most fabulous events, The Texas Film Hall of Fame Awards.
We have been busy bees getting ready for the show this year, whipping up a marvelous concoction of mystery and magic
for the decor and entertainment, and I can’t wait until the night of to see all our hard work come together! But until then,
I wanted to take a moment to share what we created for the afterparty last year. We created a tableaux vivant with some
of our most favorite dancing ladies, all bedecked in buckskin and diamonds, antlers and silver. Our vision was an opulent
fantasy of glamourous warrior princess maidens, decked out in glittering tribal frippery. Imagine a gang of wild beauties
from some lost Aztec/Navajo/Berber/Mongolian tribe hijacked a fancy saloon girl’s stagecoach on her way out west and
made off into the hills with all her jewels and feathers! All the dancing maidens looked stunning! They really made the
evening feel special, and their performances were just breathtaking. Many thanks and love to Amae Amani,
Frannie Brown, Raven Hinojosa, Johna Goldenflame, Stephanie Bledsoe and Sassy DeLure for making their magic!
Texas Film Hall Of Fame Awards 2011 Highlights – you can see some of our dancing girls here, and get an idea of how amazing this event is.