Monthly Archives: January 2011

What’s in a Name?

by michael
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A Name is so important. It tells you what it is before you see it. It makes you think of a picture in your mind. It makes you recall a memory. It brings out emotions. It makes you happy. It inspires. It makes you dream. It’s a word that is so powerful. We know how … Continue reading

Spanish Day – A Flamenco Rock Opera Brings New Design

by michael
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Siren Skirts’ designer and professional dancer, Monique Guzman, was hired to dance in and be the costume designer for production. She designed specifically the skirt for the show that needed to show a modern day gypsy, someone you would find socializing in her neighborhood in the south of Spain.  It had to be carefree and … Continue reading

Siren’s Scent, Her Story

by michael
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It starts…….. A gentlemen’s viewpoint: ‘I was sipping my usual cappuccino at a local coffee shop, sitting outside, reading the paper, and then I breathed a beautiful scent, that made me stop… I looked around, there she was.  This woman walking past….she glided across the street. All I could see were her curves, this woman…….her … Continue reading

Siren Skirts in Motion a la Flamenca

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It all started back in 2006, when designer, artist, dancer, Monique Guzman lived in Spain, continuing her studies in Flamenco at Madrid’s renown flamenco school, Amor de Dios, and then on to Sevilla.  She found modern style practice skirts that had gorgeous line and silhouette, but at very high price and ugly prints & fabrics. … Continue reading