Couture Lingerie and Swimwear Trunk Show Featuring Twala Intimates and Heidi Fish Swimwear at Ola Salon on October 27th!
On Saturday, October 27th, from 11 am to 2 pm, West Seattle’s Ola Salon will host a free couture trunk show featuring Twala Intimates and Heidi Fish Swimwear, two West Seattle couture boutiques that feature made-to-order original designs. The two local women-owned businesses operate a shared boutique space in the West Seattle Junction.
“We’re excited to put on a fun party where people can get a little couture runway experience right here in West Seattle, “notes Twala Intimates’ owner and designer Twala Coggins. “It’s also the perfect time of year to find something special for the holidays or resort wear for a winter getaway!”
Complimentary champagne and hors d’oeuvres will be served. Trunk show designers Twala Coggins and Heidi Fish will also be on hand to answer questions and take measurements.
About Twala Intimates – Twala Intimates is a West Seattle couture design studio and boutique specializing in lingerie and intimate apparel designed by owner Twala Coggins as well as select pieces from up-and-coming designers. The store offers both ready-made pieces and made-to-order designs that are hand-tailored by Twala Intimates’ expert in-house garment creators. Boutique offerings are also available for purchase online at www.twalaintimates.com.
About Heidi Fish – Heidi Fish is a well-known swimsuit designer who was featured in the 2012 Sports Illustrated Annual Swimsuit Issue. Heidi offers professionally tailored made-to-order swimsuits to fit a woman’s body perfectly. Boutique offerings are also available for purchase online at www.heidifish.com.
Ola Salon will be open for business during the event, and show models’ hair and makeup will be done by their team. For more information, please call Rachel Karlin at 206-933-6702. Ola Salon regularly hosts events that promote local nonprofits and woman-owned businesses. The goal is to introduce the community to interesting new businesses and to inspire them to support the work of nonprofits that are doing great things in the community.
Photo: Left – Twala Intimates, Right – Heidi Fish Swimwear