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FEBRUARY 25, 2016 Miss Tosh @misstosh #badgirlcrush Miss Tosh is a performance artist who combines her love for The Golden Era of Cinema with her love for fashion. Her performances challenge tropes of femininity and notions of the erotic, while always leaving the audience dazzled, dazed and wanting more. Miss Tosh, thank you for being our #badgirlcrush and taking the time to chat with us! The aim of the #badgirlcrush is to give our readers and followers some insight into creative women that inspire us, we love you glamorous style!

FEBRUARY 25, 2016

Miss Tosh @misstosh #badgirlcrush

Miss Tosh is a performance artist who combines her love for The Golden Era of Cinema with her love for fashion. Her performances challenge tropes of femininity and notions of the erotic, while always leaving the audience dazzled, dazed and wanting more.

Miss Tosh, thank you for being our #badgirlcrush and taking the time to chat with us! The aim of the #badgirlcrush is to give our readers and followers some insight into creative women that inspire us, we love you glamorous style!

Photographer: Nina Palomba

Photographer: Nina Palomba


FEBRUARY 08, 2016  THE CURRENT STATE OF CHICAGO CABARET The Place: Bordel. What to Expect: Jazz Wednesdays, flamenco-dancing Thursdays, vaudevillian Fridays and (fingers crossed) the return of the wonderful Miss Tosh (pictured). She seems to be worth the wait!

FEBRUARY 08, 2016 

THE CURRENT STATE OF CHICAGO CABARET

The Place: Bordel. What to Expect: Jazz Wednesdays, flamenco-dancing Thursdays, vaudevillian Fridays and (fingers crossed) the return of the wonderful Miss Tosh (pictured). She seems to be worth the wait!


FEBRUARY 12, 2016 The story began with Clifford Clifton, who was born in 1900, among 9 brothers and sisters. In 1910 when Clifford was just a child, he and his family traveled to China with the Salvation Army to feed the hungry. It was years later when his father Edmond, opened his first cafeteria style restaurant in San Francisco, which was called simply: "Clifton's." After the Great Depression hit, he sold the establishments and packed up, heading to the big, booming, city of Los Angeles. With his restaurant manual in hand, which included being the "cafeteria of the golden rule," he opened his first Clifton's restaurant in 1931, and the 40,000 square foot Broadway location a couple years later, in 1934-1935.   

FEBRUARY 12, 2016

The story began with Clifford Clifton, who was born in 1900, among 9 brothers and sisters. In 1910 when Clifford was just a child, he and his family traveled to China with the Salvation Army to feed the hungry. It was years later when his father Edmond, opened his first cafeteria style restaurant in San Francisco, which was called simply: "Clifton's." After the Great Depression hit, he sold the establishments and packed up, heading to the big, booming, city of Los Angeles. With his restaurant manual in hand, which included being the "cafeteria of the golden rule," he opened his first Clifton's restaurant in 1931, and the 40,000 square foot Broadway location a couple years later, in 1934-1935. 

 

The pink collar girls and platinum parade on LA Weekly: Nina Palomba & Miss Tosh.Wearing our Hedy's Halo & Factor's Folliescrown, perfect for the occasion

The pink collar girls and platinum parade on LA Weekly: Nina Palomba & Miss Tosh.Wearing our Hedy's Halo & Factor's Folliescrown, perfect for the occasion


Full Article Here


DECEMBER 26, 2016 “Night on Broadway” Returns in January with a Jam-Packed Evening of FREE Stuff To Do in DTLA On a very special evening this January the streets of downtown Los Angeles will come alive as artists, acrobats, musicians, comedians, and other special performers will be on hand to fill the historic Broadway corridor with art, entertainment, and music for Night on Broadway. Million Dollar Cabaret featuring finale performance by Miss Tosh!

DECEMBER 26, 2016

“Night on Broadway” Returns in January with a Jam-Packed Evening of FREE Stuff To Do in DTLA

On a very special evening this January the streets of downtown Los Angeles will come alive as artists, acrobats, musicians, comedians, and other special performers will be on hand to fill the historic Broadway corridor with art, entertainment, and music for Night on Broadway. Million Dollar Cabaret featuring finale performance by Miss Tosh!



 

 

january 1, 2016

NEW YEAR'S EVE EXTRAVAGANZA FEATURING DITA VON TEESE @ CLIFTON'S AT NIGHT (NSFW)

Clifton's at Night presents New Year's Eve Extravaganza with Grand HostessDita Von TeeseIn association with LA Weekly and Dapper Day, Clifton's at Night brings you an evening of vintage style, glamour, and burlesque intrigue to tease and tantalize you into the new year. 

Nina Palomba, Miss Tosh, Tara Misoux and Ashlyn Coco of the Pink Collar Life Photos by Levan TK.

Nina Palomba, Miss Tosh, Tara Misoux and Ashlyn Coco of the Pink Collar Life

Photos by Levan TK.


  Night on Broadway is back for 2016! This one-night extravaganza in Downtown Los Angeles takes place on Saturday January 30 from 5 p.m. to 11p.m. and will feature programming on the historic stages of glorious theaters often closed to the public, as well as a large street festival with an outdoor stage of its own. Talent for the outdoor stage will be announced in the coming days. See below for a list of entertainment options at seven of Broadway’s historic theaters. The Million Dollar Theatre (1918) will feature “The Million Dollar Cabaret” directed by Arya Davachi, featuring burlesque dancers, flappers, and swing bands including Miss Tosh, Phat Cat Swinger, Lost Angels DTLA, Sydney Sainté, Victoria Lane, and, returning from last year, Burgundy Bells. 

 

Night on Broadway is back for 2016! This one-night extravaganza in Downtown Los Angeles takes place on Saturday January 30 from 5 p.m. to 11p.m. and will feature programming on the historic stages of glorious theaters often closed to the public, as well as a large street festival with an outdoor stage of its own. Talent for the outdoor stage will be announced in the coming days. See below for a list of entertainment options at seven of Broadway’s historic theaters.

The Million Dollar Theatre (1918) will feature “The Million Dollar Cabaret” directed by Arya Davachi, featuring burlesque dancers, flappers, and swing bands including Miss Tosh, Phat Cat SwingerLost Angels DTLA, Sydney Sainté, Victoria Lane, and, returning from last year, Burgundy Bells



NOVEMBER 5, 2015 Best dressed burlesque performer Culture & NightlifeAdd comments Miss Tosh A designer and pattern maker by trade—having studied at the fashion department of The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and currently creating bespoke formal wear for individual clients—Tosha Sherman, aka Miss Tosh, performs her dazzling burlesque shows covered in Swarovski encrusted garments. Inspired by Marlene Dietrich and Josephine Baker, she describes her act as “a glamorous fantasy that manifests and sparkles before your very eyes”—a vision she has taken to prestigious events such as the SAIC 150th Year Celebration and Barbara DeGenevieve’s memorial. But Miss Tosh is not just eye candy: she has recently hosted a fundraiser for Project Fierce, an organization that provides transitional housing and support services to homeless LGBTQ young adults. Find out what her next move is at misstosh.com. Best of Chicago 2015  

NOVEMBER 5, 2015

Best dressed burlesque performer

Culture & NightlifeAdd comments

Miss Tosh

A designer and pattern maker by trade—having studied at the fashion department of The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and currently creating bespoke formal wear for individual clients—Tosha Sherman, aka Miss Tosh, performs her dazzling burlesque shows covered in Swarovski encrusted garments. Inspired by Marlene Dietrich and Josephine Baker, she describes her act as “a glamorous fantasy that manifests and sparkles before your very eyes”—a vision she has taken to prestigious events such as the SAIC 150th Year Celebration and Barbara DeGenevieve’s memorial. But Miss Tosh is not just eye candy: she has recently hosted a fundraiser for Project Fierce, an organization that provides transitional housing and support services to homeless LGBTQ young adults. Find out what her next move is at misstosh.com.

Best of Chicago 2015

 


Marco Marco L.A. Style Fashion Week Show

october 19, 2015

Last night saw Gay L.A. out in full force as local label Marco Marco (run by one of the city’s most popular designers, Marco Morante) presented its SS16 collection for a local audience at the closing night of L.A.’s Style Fashion Week. Currently celebrating its 12th season, the event originated from a need to counteract L.A.’s lack of high-caliber fashion events.

Marco Marco’s L.A. show served as a second act to his new collection’s New York Style Fashion Week debut last month, which filled the catwalk with porn stars, trans models and a roster of drag divas. Morante’s assemblage of non-traditional runway models is a tip of the haute couture hat to the fashion industry’s recent move toward trans acceptance. “The idea was to do part one in New York and part two in L.A.,” Veronica Kerzer, the brains behind Style Fashion Week, said last week in an interview withFrontiers. “With everything going on withCaitlyn Jenner, it was a perfect time to bring Marco Marco’s style to New York. And, of course, it’s going to be absolutely crazy in L.A.”

And “absolutely crazy” it was. Marco Marco’s L.A. runway show featured a host of local drag queens as well as the occasional porn star, YouTube celebrity and pop culture phenom.

Full Article Here


OCTOBER 19, 2015

Los Angeles Racked : Vintage Fashion Expo DTLA

From pristine Pucci masterpieces and a rainbow of wiggle dresses to out-of-this-world outerwear and gorgeous Chanel gems, the two-day event offered a mix of booths stocked with pieces spanning from the Victorian era to the disco days to the '90s. As if the retail therapy wasn't enough, the marketplace's dressed-to-the-nine shoppers and shopkeeps modeled plenty of looks (and top-notch makeup games) to inspire our modern closets—see just a few of them in the gallery above.

Full Article Here


SAIC 150TH ANNIVERSARY

SEPTEMBER 2015

From fall 2015 through spring 2016, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) is celebrating its 150th year as a leader in educating the world's most influential artists, designers, and scholars. Founded as the Chicago Academy of Design in 1866 by a collective of studio artists, SAIC has evolved from a small gallery and school to a world-class art museum and one of the largest accredited colleges of art and design in the country, providing undergraduate, graduate, and post-baccalaureate programs to more than 3,500 students. Throughout its 150-year history, SAIC has redefined the cultural landscape and influenced contemporary art and design throughout the world


NINA PALOMBA : ARTIST & MUSE SEPTEMBER 15, 2015 In a hidden corner of The Commons Club, art perusers came across a cheeky yellow post-it left by one of the whimsical characters of Nina’s world.  The secret note entitled “Yes Please?” reads dinner at 7. As party-goers move towards the main dining hall on a hunt for the mystery dinner date, there lies a painting entitled “Love Drug” with a happy-go-lucky dog enjoying the company of a blonde bombshell. However, this date appears to have a third wheel with a cunning rabbit under the table with the mystery note in hand. According to Nina, the rabbit will continue the cycle and ask his own special lover on a date. Guess we’ll have to wait and see what Nina paints next to see how the story ends.  As the party continues in walks the painters muse Miss Tosh who is the clear inspiration for the blonde bombshell in the painting.

NINA PALOMBA : ARTIST & MUSE

SEPTEMBER 15, 2015

In a hidden corner of The Commons Club, art perusers came across a cheeky yellow post-it left by one of the whimsical characters of Nina’s world.  The secret note entitled “Yes Please?” reads dinner at 7. As party-goers move towards the main dining hall on a hunt for the mystery dinner date, there lies a painting entitled “Love Drug” with a happy-go-lucky dog enjoying the company of a blonde bombshell. However, this date appears to have a third wheel with a cunning rabbit under the table with the mystery note in hand. According to Nina, the rabbit will continue the cycle and ask his own special lover on a date. Guess we’ll have to wait and see what Nina paints next to see how the story ends.  As the party continues in walks the painters muse Miss Tosh who is the clear inspiration for the blonde bombshell in the painting.


CredStyle : Take a walk in her shoes! 

SEPTEMBER 15, 2015

Nina Palomba for Bucketfeet

Artis/Muralist Nina Palomba (center) with clothing designer Tosha Sherman(left) 

and friend -all SAIC graduates, at her Artist in Residence X Bucketfeet event at the

Virgin Hotel. Nina is wearing a pair of Bucketfeet shoes she customized and has

also designed her own whimsical pair for them. They are standing in front of some

of Nina's paintings.

 

 

 

Full Article Here

 


SEPTEMBER 2015

FashionDecode introduces the sixth installment of “The Faces of Modern Beauty” by writer Johnny Cassanova. The Faces of Modern Beauty aims to spotlight individuals who are influencing or transcending the many facets of beauty. In the act of spotlighting these individuals, FashionDecode hopes to showcase and promote the various forms of beauty.

   Growing up in California at young age, Miss Tosh lived in a world of glamour that no longer existed but that didn’t mean she wasn’t set out to create it. While seeking to create romance in the world, Tosh set her sights on the fashion industry with her capsule collections that infused romance and technology. As she creates a world of romance in the future, the glamorous blonde chats with Johnny Cassanova to discuss her visual aesthetic, nightlife in Chicago, and, most importantly, beauty.

Full Interview Here


Featured Artist Interview: Miss Tosh MARCH 5, 2015 in Featured Artist Interview Miss Tosh is a renowned performance artist, local celebrity, and clothing designer who since her arrival to the Midwest from Hollywood has taken the Chicago nightlife scene by storm. Kicking off Women's History Month with a woman who knows how to channel HERtory and take it to the next level of intrigue, Miss Tosh tells us about her fashion label and her ongoing  burlesque performances throughout Chicago.

Featured Artist Interview: Miss Tosh

MARCH 5, 2015 in Featured Artist Interview

Miss Tosh is a renowned performance artist, local celebrity, and clothing designer who since her arrival to the Midwest from Hollywood has taken the Chicago nightlife scene by storm. Kicking off Women's History Month with a woman who knows how to channel HERtory and take it to the next level of intrigue, Miss Tosh tells us about her fashion label and her ongoing  burlesque performances throughout Chicago.


Diane Pernet Fragrance Launch at Gallery Asthete Before she was presented with the 2015 School of The Art Institute of Chicago Legend of Fashion award, Gallery Aestethe(40 E. Oak St.) hosted the Chicago perfume launch for Diane Pernet, a Walk 2015 pre-party of sorts. The fashion journalism legend of A Shaded View on Fashion, noted that she utilized four different noses until she found the one she loved to create the four To Be Honest, Wanted, Shaded, and In Pursuit of Magic. The party literally felt like hanging with the cool kids that shopped the cool stores but got everything in structured black and only wore Rick Owens or some amazing underground designer. While sipping on champagne or cocktails, guests tested to find which of the scents they loved. Some of the guests in attendance included artist Nick Cave, Samm Mackin, Emma Arnold, Tommy Walton, and Miss Tosh to name a few. 

Diane Pernet Fragrance Launch at Gallery Asthete

Before she was presented with the 2015 School of The Art Institute of Chicago Legend of Fashion award, Gallery Aestethe(40 E. Oak St.) hosted the Chicago perfume launch for Diane Pernet, a Walk 2015 pre-party of sorts. The fashion journalism legend of A Shaded View on Fashion, noted that she utilized four different noses until she found the one she loved to create the four To Be Honest, Wanted, Shaded, and In Pursuit of Magic. The party literally felt like hanging with the cool kids that shopped the cool stores but got everything in structured black and only wore Rick Owens or some amazing underground designer. While sipping on champagne or cocktails, guests tested to find which of the scents they loved. Some of the guests in attendance included artist Nick Cave, Samm Mackin, Emma Arnold, Tommy Walton, and Miss Tosh to name a few. 

Sissy Spastik, Miss Tosh, Tommy Walton

Sissy Spastik, Miss Tosh, Tommy Walton