The next PeepshowTO Production is right around the corner!
It’s time to get spooky at Trick or Tease!
Featuring Performances by…
Aviva the Mirage
Cara de Melo
Olive Von Topp
With Gogo by:
Nymph Suicide & Tits Ahoy
Hosted by Velvet Valhalla
Date: Friday, October 11th 2019 (Doors at 8pm. Show at 9pm)
Venue: The Great Hall (1087 Queen St W, Toronto)
$20 Early Bird (Only Until Friday, September 13th)
$25 General Admission Advance
$45 VIP Seating(Includes exclusive swag bag!)
$30 at the Door (Cash only for door tickets and merch)
Photos by Dolly Shots Photography
Poster Design by Kim Sison
Happy October and Happy (almost) Halloween!!
I’ve been a busy bee for the past few months doing lots of shoots, both in front of and behind the camera, and I’m ready to get back to posting regularly here at Classically Curvy!
To start off, I had a lovely time modelling for the alternative fashion brand Gloomth & The Cult of the Melancholy in a few of their classic skater style dresses. The first look was this whimsical “Doll Hospital” dress. We were lucky enough to find the perfect setting in front of an out of commission ambulance to shoot this look.
Marie Antoinette is back and she’s getting undressed…
The undergarments for this costume were too glamourous not to shoot! The lingerie set I purchased from Torrid and embellished the heck out of with lace and crystals. This gorgeous corset is one of my most prized possessions and was made by the fantastic designer Louise Black.
Enjoy part 2 of Marie Antoinette by Tyrone Islington!
This year I decided to pay tribute to legendary Horror Babe Vampira! Tyrone Islington and I took a little trip to the cemetery to take some spooky photos of the costume I made. I had some help with the incredible claws from my friend Vall.
Nails by Vall
Photos by Tyrone Islington
My second spooky babe of the week is Miss Betty Quirk!
Burlesque performer and Co-Producer of Peepshow TO, Betty Quirk has been thrilling audiences with one of her signature acts as Lydia Deetz from Beetlejuice. I finally had the chance recently to capture some photos of her in this phenomenal costume with her Sand Worm hand puppet. If you want to see Betty perform this act and others, you can catch in her Yellowknife on Halloween at the Movie Madness Burlesque Show. Now please enjoy these photos of Betty Quirk as Lydia Deetz!
It’s almost Halloween and it’s going to be a double whammy week, with 2 themed photosets!
My gorgeous friend Sam and I collaborated on another fantastic dress for her collection. This spider web print was the perfect fabric for her halloween look. We took a little trip to the cemetery to take some spooky shots!
Last weekend my best bud Betty Quirk and I had a stroll through High Park with the lovely photographer Tyrone Islington and my amazing assistant Val! The lovely fall leaves were the perfect setting for a little spooky, halloween inspired shoot. The jacket I am wearing was a costume piece I made a few years ago for a burlesque routine and the skirt Betty is wearing I made for her with the left over material. Betty and I are no strangers to dressing in co-ordinating outfits and I love the way these two looks compliment each other. Enjoy our halloween pinup photos and have a very scary Halloween!