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  Level 7 Fashion Show 12.05.2002
by Kelly Hubertus
photos by Barbara Schatz

Venue: Nomenclature

photo by Barbara Schatz12:40am and the cherries popped, Level 7's fashion show was underway. The first model soaked up the spotlight flaunting a red cherry patterned halter and black fitted pants, firing up the intimacy of Nomenclature's main room. Level 7's confections of fabric were playfully displayed, and the rotation of male and female models took turns dancing, touching and grabbing just before they would approach the catwalk. I thought the model's moves exerted attitude and sex just as well as the clothes they were featuring, especially the female model who stepped out with both middle fingers in the air and a sweet dress on!

photo by Barbara SchatzWhat is sexy? The cool and urban, tough yet tender look of Level 7's threads. Sensual house beats accompanying the show were played by Atlanta's own Jonathan Edwards and Daniel Gresham. The men that rocked the catwalk were quite a tease. Frasier, Brad, Andrew, Thomas and Jake worked it wearing vintage style cords, hand stitch detailed and lace dress shirts, leather pants, and Versace patterns. With a little coaxing from the audience, one particular model stripped off his fitted, Gucci-esque shirt, and at that moment, the fashions were not the main focus.

These creations ranged from innocent fifties sundresses, to seductive, mature club wear, to hot, dominating, shiny vinyl. The female models were the barometer for edgy street chics. Heather, Rachael, Kimberly, Heather J., Trisha and even Tiger Beer Rep photo by Barbara SchatzNoreen were the hotties heating up the runway! Their outfits sported a Brazilian flare with hand beaded tops and pants as well. They glowed through punk and a splash of trash. Booty was promulgated as a few female models let their knees touch their elbows, shakin' it fast!

The show continued with a model who looked fresh out of Junkman's Daughter (L5P), rocking the teeny-tiny black vinyl skirt with red flames stitched on it, tying it together with the popular black, high platform boots?the epitome of glam rock!

photo by Barbara SchatzThe artistic team for this killer fashion show included hair designs and make-up by Charolette and Lindsey from Van Michaels Salon in the Virginia Highlands.

Chris and Bridgette Carlock opened Level 7 this past summer in June. They are located in the hip area of East Atlanta Village. They have weekly deliveries to keep up with the hottest fashions and they also specialize in requests for their customers. No worries of breaking the bank either, for their fashions are reasonably priced between $20-$70!

Level 7 is located at 493-A Flat Shoals Ave. Atlanta, GA 30316
Phone: 404/653.8357
E-mail: Nlevel7@MSN.COM

Barbara Schatz can be reached at 404/622.4662 or by email at

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