University of Washington’s annual Everybody, Every Body fashion show took place at Kane Hall in February 2012. Red Light’s Stylist Extraordinaire, Kyle Bain, created an ode to the upcoming film, Moonrise Kingdom (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eP0QJ_Ba1Bs). Many thanks to all of the fabulous models!
At some point, everyone needs a wig. Or, several wigs, at various milestones in life, as the case may be. Red Light Vintage & Costume DOES wigs. If you can imagine a look that involves a fabulous hairstyle, we have a wig that will be perfect for you. Let your imagination really go wild! Buy one for the weekend! Wear a wig to a potluck.
Phew! Another busy October comes to a close.
Hope you had a Happy Halloween! Here at Red Light we had wild one.
Oh, the candy corn! The zany costumes! The zombie carnage!
It was spectacular.
And the best part was seeing all of your creations come to
Thanks so much for making Red Light a part of your Halloween
tradition – we love seeing what you guys come up with.
And don’t forget! Our infamous costume room is open
365 days a year! That’s right, my friend. We’re the spookiest spot
in town all year ’round!
Photo: Haloween window display by Marion inspired by Ingmar
Bergman’s 1957 film, The Seventh Seal. Set in the time of the Black Death, it
tells the tale of a Medieval night returning home from the crusades and his
encounter with death. Spooky supreme!
Have you been tuning into the hit new ABC series “Pan
Am?” Red Light has! And we love it! Chic vintage is,
after all, our purview. The show is set in the ’60s and features the
famed frocks and frames of the Pan American stewardesses. There really is
something alluring about those little hats. So zip into Red Light and
snag a stewardess dress all your own – or a pilot if it’s your preference. Either
way, you’ll look dashing as you’re jet-setting between soirees this Halloween!
– by Kyle
This is my summertime/maritime window: A posh yacht club of powerful ladies out on the open sea enjoying the luxuries available to them. It’s a classic nautical color scheme of red, white, and navy blue with gold thrown in as an accent. Before the window was put together I knew I wanted an appealing swimsuit window that was both classic and at the same time accessible to the passer-by who may not know much about vintage. The nautical theme came first; I wanted sailor-esque women in swimsuits. Then the red and white dress arrived in the store, and I decided I wanted there to be a captain, and thus the High Sea Honeys were born! Part of the inspiration for the way the ladies are dressed comes from the movie Overboard starring the lovely Goldie Hawn. I love her absurd posh 80’s outfits in the beginning of the film, cutsie little bathing suits with big chunky jewelry and fabulous accessories. As an art student I am crazy about color composition and it is a signature in my displays that the color composition is vivid, balanced, well planned, and stimulating!