Today (2018) this cult classic makes such a great impact. TRHPS will play tonight (08/04/18) as one of the films being shown as part of the Plaza Classic Film Festival. A few thousand people will be there and it will be fabulous…. costumes, singing…. oh the joy!!
“The Plaza Classic Film Festival runs August 2-12, 2018. It features more than 90 movies and special guest appearances by Ali MacGraw, Bruce Dern, and more. Go to plazaclassic.com for more information.
Sam Elliott will appear at the El Paso Community Foundation’s Plaza Classic Film Festival for the U.S. premiere of his much-buzzed about new movie The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot at 10:30 p.m. Friday, August 10 in the Plaza Theatre. Tickets are $10, on sale at the Plaza Theatre box office, Ticketmaster.com and 800-745-3000.
This will be the first U.S. premiere of a new feature film in the Plaza Classic’s 11-year history.”
But first…..let’s do the time warp again……
via Poster of the Week – The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
We hope you remember that this blog, Fashionnation1on1, is designed as a repository of links to information that has the potential to guide the interested and motivated learner to the how-to of the apparel world.
One way we get in a leadership role is to live leadership. John Maxwell wrote the book, so to speak. His 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership is worthy of the time it takes to study and learn. Here is a brief summary.
Although the hour is late, there are some things so wonderful they insist on being shared.
Have a good time with The Secret World of Haute Couture – BBC Documentary. It is 45 minutes of insider views of the world of the haute couture. We found this video after watching a nicely done video on Coco Chanel. We are sure you will find some wonderful videos as well.
How Vogue Got Modern could be an enlightening bit of reading. It is a good idea to track the historical movements that will be made as more people have a voice – even if only in dollars. We found this article at Racked.
The Business of Fashion has both a free but limited subscription and paid subscriptions for people with an industry “need to know”. We are playing on the free sub and found loads to read and watch.
And finally, before we leave, let us recommend a book that looks great for its take on draping and the fashion history that it pulls in to teach the concepts. So check out Draping – The Complete Course by Karolyn Kiisel (Author).
And remember, links may “go old” but the words of any post with a quick internet search will help you find what you are looking to find and more. Nitey-night.
Can you tell that we absolutely love Museum of Ridiculously Interesting Things?
If you have time to read this, please do. The author makes such great points in a world of rules where children lead the way.