Keggy Pritsker Ahead of the Curve on Old Hollywood Glam

Just before all eyes were on the fashion at the Oscars, Baltimore Magazine’s Talk Shop squeezed in a tribute to local Baltimore fashion phenomena, Keggy Pritsker. Taylor Fuller and Corrine Gasiorowski of Baltimore Mag attended Keggy Pritsker’s Fashion Week runway debut and returned home with their review: “The collection of coats they produced was nothing short of imaginative – featuring bright colors (to help keep this coming fall fun) with vintage inspired feminine cuts. Each coat had its own personality and its own special details (think one-of-a-kind enamel buttons!).”

We appreciate Baltimore Magazine’s attention at this time when we, too, are obsessed with this year’s old Hollywood Oscar glam, as the Red Carpet was flooded with ravishing celebrities at the 2013 Academy Awards.  The stars were shimmering in soft silhouettes that highlighted their feminine curves with elegant details.  Jennifer Lawrence walked away with the Best Actress award in a marvelous blush Dior gown.  Hollywood Life raves, “Her couture creation was perfect for the big winner of the night, and she exuded Hollywood glamour in the romantic frock.”

We at Keggy Pritsker hope that show-biz glitz in all its splendor is here to stay and look forward to next year’s Red Carpet season.

SBFW1 Baltimore Mag

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One Response to Keggy Pritsker Ahead of the Curve on Old Hollywood Glam

  1. Holy moly, how much time did it take you
    to post this? Did you write this all by yourself or
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