Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Headpieces for Thalian Hall--a Celebration!

I was recently asked to participate in the grand re-opening of one of our city's most recognizable and greatest landmarks--Thalian Hall. It was built in 1858 and is one of America's longest running playhouses. That's it on the left in the picture below.

Thalian was in need of a facelift. She was a beautiful old lady, but now is even more of a grande dame after her recent beautification.

A grand re-opening took place this past weekend--a black tie event to unveil the new Thalian Hall. Hostesses were in place around the 3 floors to guide guests throughout the evening. To differentiate them from the guests it was decided they should wear headpieces. That's where I come in. Below you will see the pieces I made to be worn both evenings.

Congratulations to the new Thalian Hall!


  1. I think you hpieces are amazing. I love the slightly distressed look, it adds so much more chic to the design! Simply fabulous. I would love to try on # 7,8 and 9 .:-)
    Thank you for the wonderful words under my Atelier post. I have put so much effort into it and appreciate every compliment!:-)I would absolutely love to have you as my guest any day!:-)Wishing you wonderful the rest of the week and hope it will b filled with joy and inspiration.

  2. What very kind words! Thank you so much! We all put so much work and love into our creations. I guess that is why, for most of us, it is a passion.