Costuming Guests, Pros, and Panelists
Everything related to costuming: learn how to make your own costumes of different types from steampunk to Star Wars to Victorian dresses to monsters.
- Amanda Michael's Bouvier
Amanda is a Drag Performer/Entertainer as well as member of the I.S.C.S.M Board of Directors and PFLAG Board of Directors.
- Holly Frydenlund
HAuLi joined ir8prim8 as a partner in Auralfixation in 2007 and has honed her signature hybrid melodic power sound from acidic and basic elements of many harder electronic genres.
- Gail Glass
Gail Glass is a retired recreation therapist who has been costuming and dancing for fun since childhood. For twenty five years she has mostly stayed behind the scenes at masquerades, doing panels on costuming, alternative medicine and healing dance. Essentially a master hall costumer, she attends several cons a year with her husband, physicist, writer and artist James Glass.
- J.K. Hinther
Jessa Hinther, AKA Ruby Riddle, is on a mission to empower the masses through corsetry.
- Miss Jade LaRose
Miss Jade was born in St. Ignatius MT, born into this world as a child of two spirits, Sam/Jade found life on the reservation to be very sheltered. The son of a single mother, Sam found that he had a talent for the arts and music.
- Kass McGann
Founded in August 1997, Reconstructing History is one woman's dream to bring information on historic clothing to the public and make this data available worldwide. During the past nine years, our method for achieving this goal has changed. From selling replica clothing to sharing information on extant garments to writing instructions for beginners and posting dress diaries, Reconstructing History has grown and evolved. We hope with each change, we have helped more people understand historic clothing and able to reconstruct their own.
- Beth Stoops
Beth Stoops is "three feet tall and dresses kooky." There's mounting evidence she might not be human. Or even a she. But she's interesting to talk to, unintentionally funny, and can help your sewing go to the next level and beyond. If you are looking for her and don't see her, look down. If that doesn't work, carry around a cup of English Breakfast -- eventually she'll come out of hiding.
- Lisa Williams
Lisa has been creating costumes either for herself, friends and clients for over a decade. She has never outgrown her love of playing dress-up and has followed that love to heading the MisCon Costuming Department.
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