Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Happy Halloween!

Hope you all had a pleasant Halloween! Me and my beau were Sally and Jack Skellington and we loved it! Here are some pictures, I also posted the link for the tutorial I used, mine didnt come out as perfect as the girl in the tutorials but I was still pretty pleased with myself. I also have an awesome style feature for an up and coming model you can get his contact info right below his feature.
Contact: MMG Management 2122538353 ex 249

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Let Me Style You!

As a member of Keaton Rows Stylist team let me style you! It's the only personal

styling company that lets you work one-on-onewith a Stylist you trust (me!) 100%
online (anywhere, anytime).

Revamp your wardrobe and refresh your look!

I’d love to share a complimentary Lookbook with you to show you how it works.
Contact me

here or via email at Crissy@lavoznyc.com
Check out my stylist page at www.keatonrow.com/stylist/CrissyLavoz !

Friday, April 26, 2013



Sunday, March 3, 2013

DIY Leather Clutch

Recently while I was going through the March issue of Vogue magazine I noticed this cute leather Celine Clutch and I was inspired to make this simple DIY for you guys.

DIY Leather Clutch

Cereal Box
Bobby Pins

Step 1
Trace cereal box twice

Step 2
Draw two tabs on the bottom rectangle about an inch. I didn't measure them I just eyeballed it. They dont need to be perfect they wont be showing. Now draw a flap on top ( I decided to eliminate it in my final clutch but if you want yours to serve as a flap then make sure its an inch or two wider than mine)

Step 3
Draw tabs on your top flap

Step 4
Cut it out

Step 5
Cut out the front and back. Glue fabric to one side of cardboard. Glue cardboard to bottom part of the clutch

Step 6
Glue flaps for top and bottom, hold it down with bobby pins until the glue settles

Step 7
Glue Side tabs by placing the glue at the edge of the inside lining. Fold in the tabs and fold bottom of clutch over. Make sure everything is aligned and lay something heavy on it for about 20 minutes or so. I set my Vogue on it. With all those ads it was heavy enough.

Step 8
Slide the other piece of cardboard inside. Now you can tuck in your top flap or not its up to you.

Enjoy Errrrbody!

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Lavoz For Qu3st

I recently made a vest for Qu3sts new music video Revolutionary Affiliates.

Go check out the full video!!!! Oh yea and Im in it too!! Woop woop!

Qu3st- Revolutionary Affiliates

Hope you enjoy!

Tutu Dress Made for a Princess

My daughter who Ive mentioned in previous posts turned two last week! I ended up making her this cute little tutu dress, it was super easy only took about 45 minutes. I took a look at a couple of youtube posts before I got started. I've posted the links to the ones I found most helpful at the bottom. Best part?!?! It Cost me less than 10 dollars!

Tutorial 1 by Tuttie Cutie Tutus

Tutorial 2 Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5

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