I’ve never been known as a Fashionista by any means, but I do have my own particular hippie-rocker style, and I LOVE me some shoes, accessories, and jewelry. Unfortunately, on a (sometimes) working actor’s budget, it’s not often that I go shopping just for the sake of shopping. I shop, when I absolutely, positively, need something new for an event, or when the shoes can no longer be repaired, or the purse is falling apart.
However, next week is “ThreadCrawl” and “Ms. In The Biz” is a media sponsor! As one of the official correspondents I’ll be checking out as many of the hundreds of merchants offering huge discounts on everything from formal wear to beach wear, as I can, and of course the exclusive parties, where there are sure to be even more goodies.
Get your tickets now, and start planning your schedule as this is a week-long event, involving merchants from Eagle Rock to Malibu and everything in between.
And the coolest part? $2 from every ticket purchase goes straight to City of Hope
See ya there!
Leah Cevoli is a multi-talented entertainment professional whose work stretches across many genres. She is a rock ‘n roll enthusiast, body image activist, a certified yoga teacher, and fan of all things horror, Leah's acting credits include appearances on high profile tv shows like HBO’s Deadwood, and voice-over on the Cartoon Network hit, Robot Chicken. Leah is a contributing writer for MsInTheBiz.com and the founder of AllShapesAndSizesWelcome.com: Body Image & Women’s Issues in Entertainment, a group of women who speak on panels and at conventions nationwide.
Leah has a reputation for crowdfunding success and social media magic. To date, her company, GreenlightYourPassionProject.com has managed 50+ campaigns, and have been instrumental in raising over $5,000,000 for indie projects. She is co-executive producer of the feature-length documentary “Remember The Sultana” narrated by Sean Astin, just released on iTunes, Amazon, and GooglePlay, and a producer on the gritty feature-length drama, “Girl Lost,” being distributed thru Cinema Epoch this spring.