I recently caught the Big City Rebels 4 concert event at The Studio beneath Webster Hall and that was nothing less than a Rock and Roll explosion. The event was put together by area promoter Samuel Valentine and thanks to his efforts the show featured a headlining set by Vains Of Jenna with direct support from Finland’s Naked. The Deafening and Natasha Komis also appeared to rock the audience socks off. Believe it or not this event was free. Right after the set from Naked, Samuel Valentine took to the stage and announced that some hot girls were coming up to show off the latest designs from the Toxic Vision Clothing line.
The designs are the work of Miss Sharon Toxic Vision and this is some really sexy stuff. Many of the hairstyles that the girls had were done by hairstylist Amanda Stone. Sorry but I did not get a photo of Amanda. Please forgive me. I chose to let this part of the night have its own blog posting since we did something similar when Miss Jenncity emceed a Wicked Visions fashion gig last year. This also lets the lovely ladies involved enjoy their own special moment in the PiercingMetal Blog content. Enjoy.
Here’s a stunner from the Far East with Miss Aeneas McQueen
I took a couple of photos of Miss McQueen.
I am sure that none of you mind my doing this of course.
Here comes Gin Molinero.
And yet another of Gin.
Another beauty was up next.
Christ Cokinos was on the stage next and this outfit ruled. Sadly I only snared one shot of her.
This is Tifa Reed Hilton.
This next young lady is Amanda Lensink.
One more of Amanda
Here is Samantha Fox and no, not the same one from the eighties.
So this is obviously not one of the stage shots and that is because Miss Carissa White breezed by me so quickly that I didn’t get a proper shot of her when she was modeling. I caught up with Carissa near the merch booth and asked her to pose for a couple for me. She graciously obliged the request.
One more Carissa
The girls all came out on to the stage together and took some bows. The crowd was screaming super loud for them and that was great to find happening. Nice work deserves accomodation.
The girls take their applause
A triple threat of Toxic Hotness…
Sadly it was time for these lovelies to leave the stage but they would be in the crowd talking to eager fans just the same in moments.
The Toxic Visionettes Have Left The Building (err Stage)
Before I forget, the audience had this one young lady who was all made up and just awesome in her style. I asked her if I could take a couple of photos for this blog posting to come and she said sure thing.
Check out more of the Toxic Vision Clothing designs by clicking their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/toxicvisionclothing