|Women on the Verge: Lisa and Liv drink to the Arts|
These are Women AT the Verge to be more precise. The lady in red is Liv Moe, and she is the Executive Director for the Verge Center for the Arts. The gamine in black, Lisa Marasso is the Associate director of the Verge, and both are not only art lovers but vintage lovers as well.
Both looked stunning in vintage at last Saturday's Neo-Crocker soiree. Lisa was wearing a gorgeous vintage rhinestone necklace (a family heirloom from her husband's side) with an elegant LBD. Her LBD (Little Black Dress) is one of many; she has confessed to a closet full of go-to LBD's and boots. Being a working mother of 3 keeps Lisa's wardrobe streamlined.
Liv sets the room on fire with her vintage red dress from Bows and Arrows. She spices it up even more with shiny drop ear-rings from F-21 and a 1950's era vintage rhinestone broach.The silver handbag is also vintage. Her classic pumps are Bandolino, and her lace tights come from Target. H-O-T. Her fashion sense is no nonsense and she is is more concerned in wearing things that make her feel "happy and comfortable" than chic. Being an artist, she takes in fashion from an art perspective and mentions Rei Kawakubo & the late Alexander McQueen as great examples of both.
Verge Center for the Arts is enjoying its new, larger stomping grounds on S Street. Voted best art gallery in Sacramento by the Sacramento News & Review for two years running, the Verge is a mixed-use arts space devoted to the promotion and support of contemporary art. They specialize in featuring artists from the Sacramento region.
They've currently added a movie night to the mix, and recently showed John Carpenter's The Thing. Coming soon this November is a Holiday open house (check their website for details) so you can come check out for yourself this great art space, and the women that run it.
Verge Center for the Arts
625 S Street