Three IS the magic number, and your D.Webb Team has been known to find delight in the odd bit of magic. Take three minutes out of your day to meet D.Webb Ambassador Alicia and see that good things really do come in threes. Alicia is an incredibly talented dancer and cosplayer! She has been cosplaying for 15 years and regularly sews her own designs to create the character's look. She is also a belly dancer and specializes in the Fly Fusion format. We interviewed Alicia to find out all the juicy deets about her life!
D.Webb Designs is proudly sponsoring an incredible show hosted by Choreographer's Vision, aka Danielle Hutton! For Love Letters 2, sixteen performers took on the courageous task of writing their own love letters, creating an ode to the self, to family, to lovers, and even to nature, with the intention of becoming a visual manifestation of intimate conversations. As there always is with a Choreographer's Vision show, there is a twist! These amazing performers will tell a story that is not their own; instead, this story is based on an anonymous love letter from a fellow dancer!
Three IS the magic number, and your D.Webb Team has been known to find delight in the odd bit of magic. Take three minutes out of your day to meet D.Webb Ambassador Prianca Jyotishi and see that good things really do come in threes.
When you have a great thing, improve upon it.
And so she did.
And it's over, folks! If you've been following us on Instagram or Facebook, you may have seen some of our test pics and videos for the Big Bust Bandeau Challenge.
Your eyebrow raises. "The WHAT?" So glad you asked.
Matan Schecter: writer, style guru, fearless belly dance pioneer. And also a loyal D.Webb Designs customer. Recently, Matan went above and beyond when he surprised us with a video project titled "30 Ways to Wear the Empire from D.Webb Designs." We were thrilled! (Half of them were styles the D.Webb team hadn't even thought of...)
We immediately wondered "What made him decide to do that? What is he all about? What makes an artist like Matan tick?" So, we asked him...
It was magical. Aerialists flying above us under lights ethereal and surreal, almost psychotropic video art splashed across the walls, highlighting dancers swirling and undulating throughout the entire room.
"We got hoods here! Get'cher hoods here! Get 'em before they're gone! We got Summer hoods, Winter hoods, and hoods for days that don't know what season it is! We got long hoods, short hoods, and hoods in every color of the rainbow! We got funny hoods, dramatic hoods, and if you can't decide, we got hoods for that, too!
"Until all are free..." is the motto of dancer, activist and longtime D.Webb supporter Karla Choko. This stunning performer is an animal rights activist, owner of Sol Dance Center in Astoria, Queens and, most recently, a fulltime cast member of Broadway's "On Your Feet", the story of Gloria and Emilio Estevan! A very full plate!!
That’s what tends to occur when artists get together and are open and generous with each other, yes? Well, a few weeks ago, it happened.
Let me explain...