Amanda has appeared in several publications including Asian Angels Calendars, Hawaiian Dream Girls Calendars, as well as print ads for local designers like Swagga Magazine OCT’s fall issue. This year Amanda has appeared in San Francisco fashion shows wearing designs by Anya Zuyeva and Semiha Durak jewelry.
Born and raised in Taiwan, Jacqueline considers herself an extremist – it’s either go all out or do nothing at all. Shortly after moving to the U.S., she had a total of 11 pets: 2 dogs, 1 cat, 2 rabbit, 1 hamster, 1 turtle, and 4 chickens! She also likes to take her fashion to the extreme, with extensive collections of over-the-top rings and shoes. Currently a print model for “Call One,” “Sisco,” “Timbuk2,” and “Yahoo,” Jacqueline has modeled for a variety of hair shows, stylists’ portfolios, artists, designers, and runway events.
LauraLynn was born and raised in Minnesota, coming to California to attend USC, where she got a Bachelors Degree and an Italian Fulbright Fellowship. Since moving to the San Francisco Bay Area a year ago, LauraLynn has participated in more than 20 fashion shows as a runway model, and joined the bay area arts community as a model, pole dancer, performer, and entrepreneur. She has also lent her talents to aerial pole dance performances at private parties, special events, birthdays, fundraisers, festivals, and theater productions. LauraLynn also works as a Sound Healer and Body Tuner, helping people to “live more excitedly in their bodies” through her personal business Body Tune
LulaMay has never been one to fear such things as heights, guns, or high speeds; nor is she afraid to think outside the box. After her first job as a ring/card girl for a boxing and MMA event, LulaMay discovered her love for the crowd, the camera, and the spotlight. Since then she has met several designers and booked multiple runway shows.
Born and raised in Poland, Malwina traveled around the U.S. before settling in the San Francisco Bay Area and enrolling in College of Marin, where she is finishing her AS in Business. A fairly new member of the San Francisco fashion show scene, Malwina has already appeared in several shows including those for Brocade Wedding Fairs, Project Reach, Jenne Giles Spring/Summer Collection, Visage featuring Christopher Straub, Yiriba, Eco Fashion Show at the Green Festival and Belle Epoque 2010.
Nancy is so much more than just a pretty face. Recently completing her Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University, she has spent the past few years crossing the globe, starting a technology company in Ethiopia, teaching electronics in Japan, and working and studying in Germany. Nancy currently spends her days working with a medical device startup company, creating a skin patch that registers your vital signs, as well as what medications you have taken via a tiny edible microchip inside pill-casings. In her free time, Nancy likes to compete on a national level with a Bollywood dance team, mentor students at Stanford, and occasionally take a little turn on the catwalk.
Since beginning her modeling career under the direction of Krishna “Darla” Spates for her fabulous boutique Darla’s Closet in Southern California, Priscilla has modeled in several seasonal shows for Darla’s Closet, featuring the collections of local indie designers like Tracey Ambrose of WRAP. Priscilla moved to the Bay Area to attend UC Berkeley, and it was there that a dedication to community service and passion for performance led to her appearance on the runway for the Fashion Fights Aids Charity Fashion Show. In the months since Priscilla has modeled for Picky Studios at the Historic Four Galleries Estate during chic fashion week, and is currently competing in a spokesmodel contest for designer Constance Ng.
Rachel grew up in a small town and at the age of 18 moved to the Bay Area, where she currently manages two barber shops. Physical fitness and training is a huge part of Rachel’s life, and has given her discipline, motivation, and willpower, with first women’s bikini bodybuilding competition was this pas May; she is currently training for her second competition next year. Rachel views modeling as proof that a person can have tattoos and piercings, and be self expressive, and still be beautiful.
Tessa was born in Iowa where she was raised on a farm and clearly destined for fashion greatness – a beautiful tall girl sporting crazy outfits she was convinced was the next big thing. After dancing with Iowa’s first professional Broadway dance company “Black and White” for two years, Tessa packed up her things a year ago, and at the age of 20, kissed the cold Iowa winters goodbye, and drove to sunny California. Since then she’s participated in numerous San Francisco fashion shows.
Free to the public, the show will be held at Slide SF, located at 430 Mason Street in San Francisco, next to Ruby Skye and near Union Square, in the heart of the City. The evening’s event will begin at 10:00pm with the models hitting the stage at 11:00pm; hosts for the evening will be Trevor and Dolce of Slide SF.
For VIP Bottle Service during the event, call: (415) 421-1916