In the name of the father, daughter and the fashion forward yeezus I say NY Fashion week was impressive. We did not attend any adult shows but did partake in a NYTimes article write up which featured V & K in our sparkled tutu skirts interacting with the actors from Can Do Duck the musical ; and spread a little TwinDollicious style and love to sisters in warm Arizona. (Let’s not talk about this NY Winter.)
Pretty certain that everyone got the tutu memo because dolly North West and Blue Carter looked adorable as they set the trend for fashion freedom and creativity. As every woman and girl knows how dressing up and fashion is a huge part of how you’re feeling. And wouldn’t we all love a positive self expression to be passed onto our little ones!
Side note: we’re celebrating K Doll’s new talent of snapping fingers and whistling
We spent part of our Valentines shooting “Kids couch” coming to a youtube channel near you :))
~ We’re sharing our DIY way of making TwinDollicious tutu skirts as we do at Author events and designing boutique pop ups. http://www.twindollicious.com/shop
And took a few selfies while waiting.
V & K’s Valentine will be Taking them out on the town, so they’re on a hunt for the perfect gift for him (DAD)!
And, while they’re at it what shall they wear?
~Here are some of our love inspired and personal favorites
We were so excited to attend the girls first interactive theatre event. Yes, Disney world and Sesame place include their audience in standing and dancing during the shows but nothing compared to “Can Do Duck the musical” in the Redgrave theatre on Bleeker Street, NYC. The musical is being held in Redgrave which offers one show at a time, this allowed for the children to enter the building and gain a full experience of the lobby filled with Can Do goodies and embellishments. Once seated the show immediately began with interaction from the actors which held the children captive to what would happen next.
The story of Can Do Duck, describes all sorts of capabilities that you can achieve and is creatively incorporated with great musical numbers that the girls have singing or humming for days now …”Make a plan”.
Throughout the show the actors selected children to be a part of scenes. But the best part was the ending when all children were invited up to the stage to interactive with the actors and props. V & K pretending to swim in the pond like a duck and fly in the sky through the clouds with sparkled tutu skirts and all. This must musical will be running Weekend mornings until March 2014.