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An MNfashion Production

FA S H I O N A M P L I F I E D

2010

ABOUT VOLTAGE An MNfashion production, Voltage is an innovative runway rock show held each spring as the highlight of Spring MNfashion week, held this year from April 16 to

26. The show debuts each designer’s spring 2010 line alongside a premier lineup of bands. Behind the scenes, Voltage: Fashion Amplified is a design incubator that helps designers take their business to the next level. With that singular goal in mind, MNfashion is formulating a Sewing Cooperative and will be hosting a Voltage Workshop Series at its Northeast Minneapolis studio location. And to further promote the musicians, Voltage Rock shows will take place preceding the big event featuring past Voltage bands. MNfashion is dedicated to providing resources and professional development, allowing designers to establish a sustainable livelihood. In doing this, we foster community and create a thriving, sustainable, local fashion industry.

MISSION STATEMENT Voltage: Fashion Amplified is the Midwest’s premier rock and fashion show. Through its annual events, Voltage seeks to foster collaboration, engender community and unite music and fashion while providing a national forum for local talent.


LETTER FROM THE PRODUCER When Voltage started as an idea in the spring of 2003, I don’t think anyone would have predicted the impact it would have on the development of independent fashion in the Twin Cities. We truly just wanted to represent the designers and bands as well as we could and make a kick-ass rock-n-roll fashion show. We certainly did that with our first Voltage event in 2004 at the First Avenue Mainroom. Since that time, much has evolved. Designers and events have come and gone, but the overarching theme of the last seven years has been one of growth—not only in the talent and quality of everyone involved in fashion in the Twin Cities, but in the opportunities and support as well. We’d like to think that Voltage and the founding of MNfashion in 2006 had a good part in that! In December 2009, we moved to our first office in Northeast Minneapolis and have experienced considerable growth in our organization. We now have nearly 50 board and committee members working tirelessly to build on the foundation we currently have and to create a viable independent fashion industry here in the Twin Cities. This year, it is not just the talented Voltage committee that has been working on the show you will see tonight. The MNfashion Week team is promoting 35 events this spring, the Sewing Cooperative team paired each runway designer with skilled volunteers who helped with sewing production, the Retail team produced an event for designers to preview their looks with local press and buyers in January (be sure to check out the pop-up boutique in the Mainroom), and the Volunteer team helped staff Voltage and many other Fashion Week events. Due to the vision and efforts of each of these committees, we are able to bring you the best Voltage event to date. Now here is where you come in: we need your support! We have received a matching grant from the Pohlad Foundation, and we are almost halfway to our $10,000 goal. A Founding Membership in MNfashion costs a mere $50 and helps get us that much closer, while giving you the satisfaction of supporting a growing organization that is positively impacting the community. For a complete list of benefits, and to sign up for a membership, stop by our membership booth at the show or visit mnfashion.org/membership. Thanks for your support of all things fashion!

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Producer, Voltage: Fashion Amplified Executive Director, MNfashion

SPECIAL THANKS TO:

ADDITIONAL THANKS:

• Our generous sponsors. Check out their ads in the back of this book.

LAUREN NEAL thanks Todd Hawkinson, John Beckman, Matthew Locher, Raul Osorio, Danica Andler.

• The First Avenue staff for years of awesomeness.

KERRY RILEY thanks the Red Pens, Anna Lee & MNfashion, A. Marx, Dery, HK, Tune and Jesi B., Mr. (Nic) Marshall, Kate Erickson, Chari, Cliché, Anthem Heart, Jahna Peloquin, Sevnthsin and Gray’s Leather.

• Our DJ for Voltage 2010: Jill RIley of 89.3 the Current • Aesthetic Apparatus for the gorgeous limited edition posters. • Anthem Heart for their kick-ass limited edition tees. • The MNfashion Board of Directors • The MNfashion Week committee • The never-ending talent and dedication of the Voltage 2010 committee and crew. • Vision Model Management for their support of our Buyer Event. Ashley and Nick appear courtesy of Vision.

LAURA NELLI thanks Amy, Meggan, Erin, Camille and Cameron. LAURA FULK thanks Melissa Brietenfeldt, Laura Weber, Anna Lee and the Voltage crew, and Mayda. CHRIS LARSON thanks Anna Lee, Steve Kang, Jahna Peloquin, Kate Iverson & l’étoile, Chris Roberts, Stephanie Colgan, Liz Nelson, Raul & Kevin, and the Lab.


CONTENTS 04-09 10-15 16-21 22-27 28-33 B lu e

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O sorio • Accessories by Carrier Pigeon

F ra n c e s

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B lackou T • Styled by Steve Kang of BlackBlue

Z e rr • Accessories by Vintage City Classics

P EN S • Designs by Red Shoe Clothing Co.

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J O N E S • Accessories by Karin Jacobson

M E R C U R I O • Accessories by Post- and Silvercocoon

C A R O L I NE

S M I T H & THE GOOD NIGHT SLEEPS • Designs by Calpurnia Peach

DAN I E L L E

EVE R I NE • Accessories by Angie’s Hats

C AR M I C HAE L

C L A I T H • Accessories by Pea’s and Bean’s

M A Y D A • Designs by Laura Fulk G EO R G E K e vi n

M O S K A L • Accessories by Liebling Designs and Nelle

K R A M P • Accessories by Ferociter and Ogi Eyewear

R U BY P F T

I S L E • Designs by Anthem Heart

C O U T U R E • Accessories by Christopher Straub and Ruby3

E M MA

B E R G • Accessories by Christopher Straub and Rox Jewelry


BLUE SKY BLACKOUT

B LU E S K Y B L AC KO U T.CO M

Blue Sky Blackout was formed by songwriter/guitarist Jon Hunt in early 2009. Hunt, a longtime fixture of the local music scene, in bands like Shatterproof and Lunar 9, had spent the previous few years in LA and was anxious to start something new on his return to Minneapolis. Before moving back, Hunt had already recruited most of the band and recorded demos of a dozen songs. The final lineup—with Christian Erickson singing and Jon Hunt singing backup and playing guitar, plus Mykl Westbrooks and Brandon Dalida on guitars, Tim Ritter on bass and Marc Iwanin on drums—played their first show in July 2009. Various members of Blue Sky Blackout had played with each other before in bands like Astronaut Wife (Erickson and Ritter), Landing Gear (Hunt and Westbrooks), and Medication (Iwanin, Dalida and Hunt). But the band is far from a rehash of what its members have done before. Hunt’s Brit-pop influenced songs have taken on a heavier rock vibe in the hands of this sixpiece band. The interplay between the groups’ two lead guitarists, Westbrooks and Dalida, has been

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a highlight of their live shows. Blue Sky Blackout is currently working on their first studio recording

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STEVE KANG B L K B LU.CO M

Steve Kang has just recently opened the doors of his new menswear boutique, BlackBlue, on the corner of Selby and Dale in St. Paul. His boutique is an extension of his own style and aesthetic, which focuses on classic, modern, minimalist

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boutique is part of a greater whole as he plans to move forward with putting out his own line of menswear in the near future. He will be styling the men of Blue Sky Blackout in clothing from his shop for this year’s event.


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RAUL OSORIO

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Raul Osorio is a fashion designer based in Minneapolis. He is focusing his spring 2010 collection on menswear that explores the idea of hard lines versus soft textures and masculine silhouettes versus feminine lightness and style. His collection pulls inspiration from the traditional Charro suits worn by mariachis, plus military jackets and classic draping lines reminiscent of Greek togas. The embellished and sharp detail of the jackets are slowed and subdued in contrast to the smooth drapery. Having grown up in Honduras, and studied construction under his mother and grandmother in their sewing academy, Raul possesses an attention to tailoring and detail that is unmistakable. Fashion Stylist: Danica Andler Thanks to Danica Andler, Joe kramm, Stephanie Colgan, Lauren Neal, Erin Hael, Kaz Burnside, Brandy Mackson, Cori Skogerboe, Emmy Ngo Liza Jackson, Kristin Kosieracki, Vanessa Messersmith, Jennifer Sapiro, Kellie Cameron, Vision Management Group, Anna Lee and my Mom

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Hat by ANGIE’S HATS angieshats.com

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FRANCES ZERR

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Designer Frances Zerr bases her collections on clean lines, natural fabrics and hand craftsmanship. An inspired mixture of handwork and a modern aesthetic sensibility, her work is an attempt to overcome the contradiction between fashion and sustainability at its core. In a time when endless trend and mass-produced fashion satiates the market and our wardrobes, Zerr’s collections venture to satisfy the forward-thinking woman’s need for go-to clothing that she can depend on to be her most confident self. Her clothing is wear-to-death-able, individual and meticulously created. Born in Fargo, North Dakota, Frances Zerr studied art history at the University of Minnesota, where she received a bachelor’s degree in 2008. After this she acquired a postgraduate fashion studies degree from Parsons the New School for Design in New York. Her collections are based out of Minneapolis, where she lives and works. When not in her studio, Zerr enjoys supporting and enjoying the local art community. Fashion Stylist: Angie Hanson Styling Assistant: Alaina Mulawka Thanks to MNfashion, Carly Schoen, Elizabeth Chesney, David Heisserer, Jennifer Ho, Kate Brawner, Katie McDonald, Sierra Sheet, Trevor Small and Angie Sandifer.

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RED PENS

myspac e . com / r e dp e n sba n d Seeing the Minneapolis duo Red Pens is like witnessing a demonstration in raw sonic bliss. Howard Hamilton III is a string-bending master who knows how to make feedback work to his advantage. His confident vocal stylings, coupled with drummer Laura Bennett’s allor-nothing kit pounding, are about as uniquely refreshing as it gets these days. Hamilton and Bennett met in the arena of visual arts and started Red Pens as a way to express their deep love for rock and roll. Howard’s old project, The Busy Signals, toured with The Shins, and their beat-and-loop based jams proved to be an underdog favorite in the early 2000s. Laura is well-known as a painter, but is best known for her painting on guitar effects boxes. She even has her own signature fuzz pedal (not bad for a drummer). The band’s debut album, “Reasons,” on Grain Belt Records, is a mid-fi bonanza of fuzzy reverb- drenched art rock. The wiggly winding guitars, slap-back vocals and killer backbeats are sure to give you that silly grin you’ve been starving for.

RED SHOE CLOTHING CO.

redshoeclothing.com Red Shoe Clothing Co. is the playground for Minneapolis design maven Kerry Riley. While studying in London at the American Intercontinental University, Riley worked under legendary British designer Zandra Rhodes. After completing her BA in Apparel Design in 2001, Riley honed her skills as an assistant designer/patternmaker at one of the leading dancewear companies in the country, Satin Stitches. Since then, Red Shoe has been born, earning a reputable following by creating classic, tailored, professionally constructed clothing and leather accessories for both men and women. The label’s designs have been displayed in countless fashion events and appeared on the stages of local theaters. Kerry currently teaches a weekly Fashion Class at Old Arizona in Minneapolis.

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Kelson is modern and discretely feminine, with a clever sensibility fashioned to complement one’s evolving style. Desert sand drifts inspire fresh earth tones, breaking up the sharp contrast of black and white. A contemporary collection for ladies who think about clothes in a real and meaningful way. Fashion Stylist: Alice Sydow Styling Assistant: Alaina Mulawka

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Felt accessories by SILVERCOCOON silvercocoon.com Runway handbags by POSTpostdash.com


elena mercurio

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Elena Mercurio’s collections are a work of art in the details but carefully executed for everyday wear. She loves manipulating and combining unique fabrics into interesting and provocative shapes, to create fascinating silhouettes. She strives for women to feel confident and sophisticated, while showing the world that they are powerful, edgy and feminine. Elena recently graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Apparel Design and a minor in Business Administration and studied at Parson’s The New School for Design for a summer. Elena has worked for fashion designers both in New York City and Los Angeles and was given the opportunity to be the lead assistant for a fashion designer at London Fashion Week in September. She also studied in Finland, where she was inspired for her latest collection “Midnight in Moscow,” which won her the Trend Setter Award at her senior fashion show. Last year, she also designed a dress that was worn at the 2008 Emmy Awards. Fashion Stylist: Mike Head Styling Assistant: Silver Lee

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CAROLINE SMITH & THE GOOD NIGHT SLEEPS

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Caroline Smith & The Good Night Sleeps are a Minneapolis folk/pop quartet. The band’s sound is centered on Smith’s timeless alto vocals. With a controlled warble and an inviting airiness, her singing has garnered comparison to such artists as Ella Fitzgerald and Carole King and contemporary singers like Joanna Newsom and Leslie Feist. Thematically, Smith’s songwriting tends to the innocent and playful and is delivered by the Good Night Sleeps’ interchanging instrumentation of acoustic guitar, banjo, glockenspiel, piano, bass guitar and drums. While the band’s acoustic sound is borrowed from folk music, Smith’s melodies are proudly inspired by pop music, playful and catchy, and the Sleeps follow suit. Caroline Smith and The Good Night Sleeps have been touring the US extensively after the release of their debut album, “Backyard Tent Set,” in 2008; Smith released  “Live at the Cedar”  in January and the band is currently working on a full-length album due out later this year. 

CALPURNIA PEACH

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Calpurnia Peach is original screen prints displayed on women’s clothing and accessories. Their prints are inspired by an imaginary girl who tends to get into trouble. As a brand, Calpurnia Peach loves to dress women with an adventurous spirit and was happy to have that opportunity with Miss Caroline and her crew. Caroline Smith and the Goodnight Sleeps are wearing fresh cuts and pops of citrus color pulled from spring/summer 2010.


Hat by ANGIE’S HATS angieshats.com

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DANIELLE EVERINE

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Danielle Everine’s formal background in sculpture is evident in her fashion aesthetic: Her work subtly depicts the burdens placed on women with regard to outward appearance. The often-disturbing demands of beauty take form in the work but are superficial to the displays of female strength and fortitude that dominate the underlying theme. Using traditional garment construction, natural fibers and leather, Danielle tells stories of vulnerability versus strength and masculinity versus femininity, as well as the balance women must embrace. Borrowing textiles and silhouettes traditionally reserved for menswear, this collection embraces masculine detail while celebrating female form. Her garments pair fine and rugged textiles with dainty chiffons, inspired by the 19th century leisure class. From equestrian wear to lace collars, this collection pursues a look that is as much sophisticated as it is alley cat. Fashion Stylist: Trevor Small Styling Assistant: Sarah Edwards Thanks to Carly Schoen, Elizabeth Chesney, David Heisserer, Jennifer Ho, Kate Brawner, Katie McDonald, Sierra Sheet, Tearra Rossario, Catlin Weston, Ashley Kilcher, Trevor Small, Juleana Enright, Mary O’Regan and Angie Sandifer.

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21 carmichael claith

carmicha e lclaith . com Carmichael Claith creates clothing lines based on traditional themes and classic styles. Inspiration comes from elements found in places and styles, such as the Scottish Highlands, historical English sporting attire and traditional folk and children’s stories. These inspirations are paired with modern tailoring and timeless silhouettes to create clothing lines that evoke the nostalgia of times past and distant places, yet maintain a distinctly modern and urban feel. Fashion Stylist: Zach Pearl Styling Assistants: Keisha Harris and Therese Little Thanks to Allison Danzl, Kelly Ver Duin, Zach Pearl, Pea’s and Bean’s and the Voltage community


MAYDA

w w w . myspac e . com / imaydaso n g Standing just below five feet, Mayda  is not your average singer/songwriter.  This Korean American represents a fresh brand of pop music that some say echoes the likes of Prince and M.I.A. Teaming up with Michael Bland, Mayda has released two albums, “Stereotype” and “The Interrogation.” After touring in South Korea with Danish hip-hop group Alliancen, Mayda has continued to work in and out of the studio. She has been featured locally and nationally. Her latest release, “Eyes On the Water” (November 2009)  is available digitally on cdbaby.com and iTunes. Says Mark Brenden of The Minnesota Daily, “One thing is clear about St. Paul songster  Mayda: Sister’s got soul. Her new six-song EP “Eyes on the Water” contains the vocal prowess and Aretha Franklin-level emotion of Gossip’s notoriously soulful Beth Ditto and the guitar goddessness of Nancy Wilson. Except, unlike Franklin and Ditto, Mayda is four-footten and so thin you could smoke her bones. Wispy or not, her vocal magnitude compensates tenfold for her petite stature.”

LAURA FULK

L AU R AF U L K .CO M Laura Fulk is a Minneapolis-based fashion designer and artist who holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Minneapolis College of Art & Design and an AAS in fashion design. Her highly acclaimed apparel has won multiple national awards. A pioneer of the Midwestern fashion scene, Fulk currently designs and produces women’s ready-towear under her own label, as well as bespoke menswear, and costumes for theatre and rock bands, including Bella Koshka. She designed for and produced runway shows at the acclaimed Walker Art Museum, the Weisman Art Museum, and nearly every historic rock venue in the Twin Cities since 2003. The debut of her spring/summer 2009 collection, dubbed “Suffocate,” gained national attention and was said to have set the standards as the Twin Cities fashion show with highest production value.

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24 Jewelry by LIEBLING DESIGNS lieblingdesigns.etsy.com Runway handbags by NELLE nellehandbags.com


GEORGE MOSKAL

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George Moskal studied apparel design at UW Stout and hosted several off-campus fashion shows. He went on to study at American Intercontinental University in London and interned alongside Zandra Rhodes. After college, George received the first annual Big Break Award for Fashion from Dazed & Confused magazine. Following the competition, he designed a print-focused capsule collection for Topshop Boutique. George’s design aesthetic evokes a timeless elegance, with luxury fabrics, couture techniques and an experimentation of the modern silhouette. He works out of his downtown studio in the relative quiet of St Paul. Fashion Stylist: Trevor Small Styling Assistant: Sarah Edwards

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Accessories by FEROCITER ferociterstyle.com Eyewear by OGI EYEWEAR ogiframes.com


KEVIN KRAMP

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Kevin Kramp is a men’s knitwear designer whose work is beautiful, innovative, sophisticated, high-concept, sexy and wearable. He combines exaggerated, bold, soft and beautifully refreshing shapes with luxury fibers of angora, mohair, cashmere, wool, cotton, textured silks and nylons, in a wide range of colors, stitch techniques, and jacquard patterns. Kramp received a first Bachelor’s degree in Visual Art and Italian Studies from Brown University, and a second Bachelor’s Honors degree in Fashion Design with Knitwear from London’s world-famous Central St. Martins College of Art and Design, the first Minnesotan ever to do so. He has apprenticed and worked with designers and creatives around the world, including in London: Victoria Beckham, Clare Tough, Hector de Gregorio and Liria Pristine. In New York: Richard Tyler Couture, Paper Magazine, Morgan D’Alessandro, Carlos Miele and Constanca Basto. In Italy: Massimo Pulini, Egidio Lomi and Gianni Moretti. In Brazil: Marcia Ganem and Cristiano Alves Borges. Fashion Stylist: Zach Pearl Styling Assistants: Keisha Harris and Therese Little Thanks to Emily Weber, Aimie Dukes, Zachary Pearl, MN Textile Center and The Jerome Foundation

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RUBY ISLE

M Y S PAC E .CO M/R U BY I S L E

Ruby Isle, The Party Band of the Apocalypse, is a hyperactive blend of Mark Mallman’s Neil Tenant-meets-Axl Rose vocals, Dan Geller’s New Order synth loops, and Arron Lemay’s early ‘80s Buzzcocks drumming. Like an energy drink for crackheads, it’s night club-pop art mayhem. The result is the merging of the alcohol- and sweat-drenched Mallman glam, with the dance-pop production Geller became known for in the band I AM THE WORLD TRADE CENTER, and the up-tempo punk rhythm of Lemay. They released an EP, “Into the Black,” in 2007 and released their first full-length album “Night Shot” in 2008. Aside from twisted covers of Animal Collective, Bon Iver, The Decemberists, Fleet Foxes and The Black Lips, the band has also remixed Of Montreal and Headlights. Look forward to a new Ruby Isle full-length early summer 2010 on Kindercore Records.

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AN T H E M H E AR T.CO M Anthem Heart represents the combined efforts of Ken Hannigan, Nick Ulrich and a growing list of collaborators and contributors. The linchpin of the company is a small four-station t-shirt screenprinting press purchased in 2005. With client projects fueling their endeavors, local boutiques eventually picked up their line. In 2007 Hannigan joined forces with members of the Hardland Heartland artist collective to form Hyperlush, resulting in a groundbreaking runway segment at Voltage that year. AH is currently based in the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District but is known for taking their show on the road (including a trip to SXSW) to screenprint live at block parties and events.


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Accessories by RUBY3 ruby3.com Handbags by CHRISTOPHER STRAUB christopherstraub.com


PFT COUTURE

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After working as a designer for a Minneapolis design company for 10 years, Pafoua Thao returned to her true passion and established PFT Couture to create beautiful one-of-a-kind gowns for women who want to express their individual style but are limited by what is available in the market. PFT Couture offers custom-designed gowns for bridal, evening, and special events using the highest level of craftsmanship and materials available. Pafoua continues to work as a couturier, but she will be offering a ready-to-wear for spring/summer 2010 called “Watercolors.� In keeping with her design aesthetics, the collection will feature luxurious silk charmeuse prints styled into fluid feminine silhouettes. This vibrant line will offer easy -to-wear styles from day to evening with artful looks that make a statement. Fashion Stylist: Mike Head Styling Assistant: Silver Lee Thanks to MNFashions, Emily Konkler, Annabella Sardelis, and Yong Her

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Jewelry by ROX MINNEAPOLIS roxmpls.com Handbags by CHRISTOPHER STRAUB christopherstraub.com

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E M MAB E R G .CO M Emma Berg is the director and founder of the online arts calendar mplsart.com, which was launched in 2005. Berg has been the in-house curator for the Gallery at Fox Tax since 2008. She has played a key role in the production of significant creative events throughout Minnesota, including Laura Fulk’s first solo runway show, “Suffocate,” the first gallery exhibit by local street artist Deuce Seven, the Project

Runway Season 6 premier party and Love’s Labourers, an art-meets-fashion mash-up. Fashion Stylist: Zach Pearl Styling Assistants: Keisha Harris and Therese Little Fabric Print: Ruben Nusz Thanks to Beth Hammerlund, Mike Cina, Roxann Berg, Ayah Ahmed, Annabelle Sardelis, Zach Pearl, Jahna Peloquin, Kate Iverson, Kristoffer Knutson, Ruben Nusz and The Lab.


VOLTAGE COMMITTEE ANNA LEE Producer

CHRIS LARSON Art Director pinstrype.com

STEPHANIE COLGAN Photographer colganphotography.com

NICK NGUYEN CHELSEA JASIN Sponsorship Coordinator Sponsorship Assistant

BETH GARDNER Technical Director

SARAH MADSEN Model Coordinator/ Stage Manager

LISA NIELSEN Assistant Stage Manager

JACKIE WILCOX Assistant Model Coordinator

JAHNA PELOQUIN Lead Fashion Stylist jahnapeloquin.com

CATLIN WESTON Lead Hairstylist mezzaninesalon.com

ASHLEY KILCHER Lead Makeup Artist

KIRSTEN BERG Publicity Director

ANGIE ARNER Publicity Assistant

KATE IVERSON Media Partner letoilemagazine.com

BETH HAMMARLUND Media Partner letoilemagazine.com

CHARLES GEHR Music Director

TODD WARDROPE Videographer twvs.com

DAVID DeYOUNG CD Producer howwastheshow.com

KRISTEN HASLER Copywriter minxmanagement.com


CHRIS ROBERTS Digital Photo Tech

MAGGIE STEFFEN Retail Lead

MORGEN LARSEN Volunteer Coordinator

LIZ NELSON Project Manager

NATALIE GALLAGHER Project Coordinator

STYLISTS ALAINA MULAWKA Fashion

Alexa Skorczewski Hair Head to Toe Salon

ALICE SYDOW Fashion

AMBER BRENKE Makeup

ANNABELLE Hair

BECCA MAY Makeup

BECCA SCHANCHE Hair Moxie Salon

BETHANY BRIHN Makeup

CAT MILLER Makeup

DANI REGENSCHEID Makeup

DANICA ANDLER Fashion

FABIOLA JONES Makeup

JARED LEIER Hair Mezzanine Salon

KATE ERICKSON Makeup

ZACH PEARL Fashion


LAURIE HEFNER Hair Mezzanine Salon

MAHOGANY PLAUTZ Hair Head to Toe Salon

MARINA MOUA Makeup

MEL RYAN Hair Evolution Salon

MICAH SAVAGE Hair Moxie Salon

MIKE HEAD Fashion

MISSY NECHVILLE Hair Head to Toe Salon

MO MURPHY Hair Miyagi Salon

RACHEL COSTELLO Hair

SANDRA SCHUFT Hair Envy Salon

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SUSANNE HUBER Hair Hair District Salon

TREVOR SMALL Fashion

ACCESSORIES DESIGNERS HOLLY LUKE Vintage City Classics vintagecityclassics.com

JEN DES LAURIERS Vintage City Classics vintagecityclassics.com

JOAN HECTOR Vintage City Classics vintagecityclassics.com

KARIN JACOBSON Karin Jacobson Design superkarin.com

TIA Keobounpheng Silvercocoon shop.silvercocoon.com


ANGIE SANDIFER Angie’s Hats angieshats.com

ANDREA PEASE SARAH BEIN JESSICA CRIPPS Pea’s & Bean’s Pea’s & Bean’s Liebling Designs peaandbean.blogspot.com peaandbean.blogspot.com lieblingdesigns.etsy.com

AIMEE DUKES Ferociter ferociterstyle.com

CHRISTOPHER STRAUB ROBYNE ROBINSON Christopher Straub Rox Minneapolis christopherstraub.com roxmpls.com

LOIS ELIASON Postpostdash.com

KATIE McSHANE Postpostdash.com

LAUREN NEAL ANNA LEE Carrier Pigeon Ruby3 carrierpigeonjewelry.com ruby3.com

SE VNTHSIN WEB TEAM AARON SHEKEY

AARON SHAPIRO

LAURA NELLI Nelle nellehandbags.com

SCOTT AGRIMSON

JAMEY ERICKSON

JESSE ROSS

COURTNEY DEAKYNE

SHANITA JOHN


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DANIELLE WARZALA

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Moss Opticians

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800 LaSalle Ave Minneapolis, MN 55402 (612) 332-7907

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1790 Lexington Ave N Ste C Saint Paul, MN 651-489-1100

1221 W Lake St Minneapolis, MN 55408 (612) 353-6934

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Picky Girl

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949 Grand Ave St Paul, MN 55105-2607 (651) 698-4107

Martin Patrick 3

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211 N 1st St Minneapolis, MN 55401 (612) 746-5328

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Rags From Riches Fine Consignment

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Sara Cura 1411 4th St SE Minneapolis, MN Designs available from: Vintage City Classics Specs Appeal

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844 W Grand Ave St Paul, MN 55105-3376 (651) 291-5150

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Uptown Vision

Designs available from: OGI Eyewear

3553 Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN 55408 (612) 822-5844

Shoppe Local

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813 W 50th St Minneapolis, MN 55419-1203 (612) 827-3071

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