The Citizens Band at the Abrons Arts Center, 10.26.12.
Lovely, inspiring, and more than worth the price of admission. Everything about this show was so aesthetically and euphoniously pleasing. Made me want to play dress-up every day of my life and also made me a little overanxious to get my absentee ballot it the mail! My eyes, ears, and heart are in lovelovelove. Easily the most magnificent live show I’ve been to in a long time.
Kim tells me they played YOU DON’T OWN ME at tonight’s show in NYC. :o)
Such a room of talented, magickal people.
Get yourselves in on THE CITIZEN’S BAND, if you haven’t already!
Taken by Donovan Leitch.
GET OUT AND GET UNDER THE MOON.
Sarah Sophie Flicker by Shae Acopian Detar.
Sarah Sophie Flicker by James Boehmer.
(I want every day to look like this)
SEA, fall 2012.
SARAH SOPHIE FLICKER & TENNESSEE THOMAS.
headdress magic by: ASHLEY LLOYD.
what a magical little colorized silent film-esque adventure. picnics, listening to conch-shells, message in a bottle, under-the-sea mermaid hair & FASHION!
i want every day to look like THIS. <—- WATCH.
puttin’ on a show for SXSW, The Citizen’s Band.
via * ladyspiration Sarah Sophie Flicker.
Another commissioned painting (Sarah Sophie Flicker), you can buy the original (it shimmers and sparkles!) via Audrey Grace.
Sarah Sophie Flicker’s boudoir.
Allison Sarofim’s Halloween Cabaret
“I was four when I dreamt that Dorothy’s ruby slippers were in my closet and when I woke up, they weren’t there. It was shattering.” - Sarah Sophie Flicker
my favorite make-believer. <3
SARAH SOPHIE FLICKER’S BOUDOIR - This is exactly what I want my future apartment to look like.
THANKSGIVING: COME, ALL YE TENDERHEARTED
by Sarah Sophie Flicker
“Regardless of what we traditionally think of Thanksgiving, its history or what it stands for. I’d like to imagine that we can claim it as a day of living up to its name. And it’s a beautiful name, Thanksgiving. Even at it’s most removed, the name asks us to think, simply, about what we are grateful for and give thanks. Gratitude in the most basic terms is being thankful and appreciative of the good things you have, it takes us out of the need for more, the dissatisfaction we often feel daily, it is not cynical or material based. Gratitude requires us to stop, take stock of our lives. I’m a sap and I’ve always loved this holiday, but I especially love it this year.”