Monday, March 6, 2017

Invisible Hero's Debut Show in Hollywood



Invisible Hero featured in RAW artist showcase at the amazing Boulevard3 nightclub Hollywood.

This was a busy month for us at Invisible Hero, one week after our gala show at The W hotel in San Francisco, we jetted for Hollywood to showcase our collection on the mega vibrant runway at Boulevard3 Nightclub. 

Recently renovated Boulevard3 formerly the storied Hollywood Athletic Club, scenery boasts vast indoor and outdoor spaces complete with majestic outdoor fireplace over a long flowing water feature. Candles and fireplaces accented the dramatic and stylistic space. 


The models started out with our favorite photographer Matthew Gush out in the garden shooting headshots.








Later we started heating up the runway! Adrienne Mora rose up from the ground in a cocoon and began her Ariel performance!

The models were sharing the love at the end of the runway with our floating cupid!


 The Final walk was amazing on this huge runway so high above the dancefloor.












This was such a great introduction to Hollywood and we would like to thank RAW artists showcase for providing the event venue and talented coordinators for this event. I look forward to coming back to LA soon! 

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Valentine Mingle with Invisible Hero Clothing at the W Hotel San Francisco



Valentine's Day Mingle with Invisible Hero Clothing at the W hotel San Francisco. 

Model Kristy Rodenbaugh in Invisible Hero's Vanity Jacket 

  The W hotel of San Francisco became our backdrop for this years Valentines themed Mingle Runway Show with Invisible Hero Clothing.   Invisible Hero's Latest forward thinking eco driven collection featured knits, glitz and glamour on full tilt.  

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Host Angelica Janice (center)
 The evening started with a combination of tech and music, Dj Meikee Magnetic a bay area favorite was spinning sultry drink sipping beats in between tech startup hopefuls pitching ideas and business plans for upcoming collaborations. Our hostess for the evening Angelica Janice looked radiant in her pastel pink gown.
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Delicious hand crafted delights from the W's bartenders
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Daniel Rita professional hair stylist in action backstage.

Hair Stylist Daniel Rita and Make Up goddess Audra Langley were backstage working hard to make everyone look gorgeous, while 
 Invisible Hero Designer Charlie Fisher and design assistant Michael Hanson were fitting one of a kind pieces to models and preparing for the runway show. 
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Teak Freer in Invisible Hero's Knit Gown 
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Lucinda Melissa in Invisible Hero's Condom Couture gown made out of hundreds of black condoms

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Teak Freer in Invisible Hero's Knit Gown 


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Cupid arrived later in the evening after he had been visiting the Chinese Lunar New year Celebrations outside.  

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

The Imaginarium Studio

Wall of fabrics at the Imaginarium Studio Take your pick! 




     Invisible Hero has finally moved into an amazing new studio space! The Imaginarum Studio will be our new home, located in the historic creamery building of Manchester under the eucalyptus trees and surrounded by acres of beautiful natural coastal landscape.  We are so ecstatic to be here! I cannot wait to create new things and have been completely inspired by this space.

     If you didn't visit us on our opening day celebrations, July 16th we took a few pics to share.  It was a little bit of an overhaul to get things cleaned and painted and ready for work but now that everything is done it certainly feels like an amazing new beginning.

The Hanging Rack and Stairs 
     I did quite a bit of painting, which you can see in the pictures. Alot of green and white classic colors for a classic building. The old redwood beams and walls are really amazing in person and add a warmth to the space. I accented the green and white with black and white Merimekko curtains, and some colorful additions such as my comfy office hammock, for when work gets to tough!

     We removed an old addition wall in the loft to create a more open feel. Previously there was a sound room here that was pretty dark and scary.

Loft Office 
                        



     My first creation in the new space is my Rock&Roll Baby wheat paste. (pictured below) I had never attempted wheat pasting before although Id always wanted to try. I sourced images online starting with Debra Paget featured front and center and assembled her with other images together using photo editing software. I then had them printed and enlarged locally on large sheets, which had to be pieced together like a puzzle and then cut out individually. I wheat pasted the puzzle to plywood instead of pasting directly onto the wall creating a three paneled wall display, for easy movement and storage if needed. Then had to call in some help for the final stage of jigsawing out the image on wood and mounting it to the wall. I've since added a thick layer of clear coating to this piece sealing in the paper and keeping her safe from wear and tear.
Rock&Roll Baby wheat paste piece 

     




Rock & Roll baby is 9ft tall and 6 ft wide and sits nicely on the back wall of the space.  This was actually my first vision for this wall when I looked at the space to begin with.  Having never wheat pasted before and not knowing how things would turn out I am really happy the end result looks so close to how I pictured it in my mind in the beginning. 

  As with all of my pieces Rock & Roll Baby is for sale in a variety of sizes. Inquires welcome. 








Back wall 

Everyone's favorite our fairy's and flowers dressing room
We had such a great opening day! So many friends and supporters being able to share with everyone what we have been working on really made all the hard work so much more special!

Round rack of goodies

Some pieces in various stages of finished, hanging out on our photoshoot stage. 



   Michael look some avante garde shots of my figure dolls and the green crystals hanging in the windows, which I of course love. 

     Your probably wondering at this point how you missed the opening and what exactly goes on in this space. 
     I am a clothing and environment designer first and a questioner of everything second. Meaning I pretty much will create just about anything if the mood arises.  I have used many different mediums for art in the past and find space recovery and rejuvenation of antique and aging buildings to be my most favorite past-times.  I also find peoples perceptions of themselves very interesting and enjoy trying concepts in clothing with people they may have otherwise overlooked to create body positivism and strength in appearance and attitude.  

   Invisible Hero Clothing practices conscience and sustainable design techniques when creating garments. In plain terms I try and source only donated or thrifted fabrics and implement cutting practices that lower waste fabric or scraps to almost nothing.  Scraps are made into rugs or filling for upholstery projects. I also use deconstruction and repurposing of garments to make new pieces.  

   The Imaginarium Studio is open by appointment and Wednesdays 11am-6pm for drop ins and offers the following:

  * Shopping: One of a kind gifts and accessories including jewelry,shoes,clothing, and art

   *Clothing Design and construction services :  Mens and Womens/ Bridal / Formal / Casual Wear / Active and Dancewear

   * Costuming: Men and Womens  need something made for Halloween, Burning man, your burlesque performance or just something off the wall? 

   * Interior Design Services : Custom Cushions, Pillows, Curtains,Bedding, Consultations and designs for complete remodels, and lifestyle design services. 

  * Graphic Design Services: Custom graphics, flyers, posters, art 

and much much more! 

For more information or to book your appointment today please contact: 
Charlie    
Invisibleheroindustries@gmail.com 
415-573-7107

      Big Thank you to everyone who came out and made our opening so amazing! Love this community and cannot thank you all enough for your support! Without support artists cannot thrive!