Fri, Mar 29|
Location is TBD
Pretty Rope on the Red Carpet: The Show
Time & Location
Mar 29, 2024, 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Location is TBD
About the Event
Tickets are now available!
Although no specific lessons will be taught, Dulcinea and SilverFoxIndeed will be available to help bring your ideas to life. The intent is to spend the first two hours tying your pretty harnesses, and then have the rope models take their turn on the Red Carpet, displaying the artwork they have become. Or you can just wrap your gorgeous friends in rope and make them even more gorgeous just because it is fun!
The Red Carpet event will be held in a large photography studio on Main St, Middletown, CT. Although put together as a series, you don’t need to attend all 3 classes, and the first two Pretty Rope classes aren’t pre reqs for attending the Red Carpet Event in March. You can come with a partner to be tied by, or choose to self-tie. If you can't find a rope top there may be a limited number available during the evening. We will try to accommodate getting rope on anyone who wants a turn down the runway, although we can't make guarantees. In addition, Moon Rae will be holding portrait sessions and capturing the Red Carpet looks live during the show.
If modeling, Costumes and capes will be available to add to your outfit of rope, and we welcome you to bring your own outfits (same rules as Upline - bottom bits must be covered).
Mocktails will be available during the tying portion and positive cheering will be encouraged during the fashion show part of the day. If you would like to attend as a spectator, that is also welcome.
Sign up to come out for a night of celebration of pretty rope with the Upline community. We can’t wait to see you!
(Because this is a larger space, we are able to offer more tickets for attendees. However, please note, the studio is only accessible by stairs.)
About the Presenters
Dulcinea discovered rope in 2017, and having a lifelong love of textiles, art and personal connection she quickly gravitated to pretty rope. Her natural style is less structured and free flowing, she takes a 'let’s see where the rope leads us' approach. She loves all things rope and has become a respected teacher and mentor in the community.
SilverFoxIndeed leans toward symmetrical and structured rope patterns, and likes the connection between two or more people when they collaborate to make living art. He met Dulcinea in 2018, in fact she taught him his first Rope 101 course! He and Dulcinea quickly became friends and she became his mentor and biggest fan.
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