CrazySexyCurves General Admission Ticket
Honey’s Child Boutique is back with their amazingly creative solo fashion presentation! This is not your average fashion show.
Honey’s Child Boutque’s Crazy.Sexy.Curves.™ Live Lookbook will bring you one of the most exciting and innovative fashion events to hit St. Louis. In their 3rd consecutive year, their focus is to offer an inclusive and exclusive mix of amazing plus size fashion, food and entertainment. We are excited that this body positive affair is the first of its kind in St. Louis. This presentation will feature local and international Indie designers exclusively carried at Honey’s Child Boutique as well as trendy and contemporary plus size brands. Not to mention a beautiful array of models from size 12-26 that cater to the growing and diverse plus size fashion community.
About the Host
We are super excited to have Maui Bigelow the curator of PHAT Girl Fresh, a digital platform that blends feminism with social, fashion, and beauty culture, Maui is known for bringing progressive, authentic conversations with a southern charm that only she can provide. A rising public figure, she draws hundreds of thousands of yearly readers through her experiences in healing and personal transformations, social change work, and Plus style and beauty. Maui has loaned her voice to numerous platforms, including Gorgeous In Grey and The Curvy Fashionista, two respected sources in Plus size fashion and beauty. She has been recognized for her writings on diverse topics, such as body positivity, and her willingness to encourage and empower women. Named the 2016 Blog Correspondent during Full Figured Fashion Week, her most recent reflective post titled “I have cancer, but Cancer Doesn’t Have Me” was featured in Ebony Magazine and sparked a conversation about diagnosis in her community. Notoriously known for her viral post, “Crop Tops & Big Bellies: I Wear What I Want, Even At A Size 24”, Maui has been featured in articles for Plus Model Magazine, Mic.com Bustle, Buzzfeed, Yahoo, Allure, Good Housekeeping, and Seventeen Magazine, just to name a few.