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French native Nat is Dragon's partner. A model in her teens and twenties, now, a salonnière, she spends her time in her apartment in Paris, her apartment in Bel-Air, CA , and in her salon, Barrkers Boutique also in Bel-Air.
Long before Jeff Koons was adapting great works of art for Louis Vuitton, I was doing it at my store Dragon Fashion not just on bags, but on skirts, crop tops, leggings and more.
Now, you can take a swim, hang poolside, wearing the works of the greatest artists of all time. Rousseau, Chagall, Modigliani, Mondrian, plus current top Pop & Fractal artists working today. One of a kind, unique, conversation starters and art history, all in a one piece swimsuit.
I am an entertainer turned influencer. Not the other way around. That's my photo of Judith Hill in Vogue Italy. An honor to say the least. Okay, Jay Leno introduced me to Mitzi Shore at The Comedy Store in 1980. After a decade in standup, in the 90's I started doing audience warmup for sitcoms including Cheers, Ellen, Drew and many more. I also worked alongside Arsenio Hall on his late night talk show for six years. This after having introduced Arsenio the very first time he did standup in Chicago, then later introducing him to Mitzi as Jay introduced me to her. CLICK HERE TO READ A BIT ABOUT ME I was lucky enough to be present, on scene, for many iconic moments in TV history including Bill Clinton playing sax on Arsenio and Ellen's coming out episode.
Things I've done include 3 paragraphs about me in the NY Times, a two page centerfold on me in the National Enquirer about my warmup career, performing at the Hollywood Bowl, getting chased off stage at the Apollo Theater, two jazz docs, Bob Barry Jazzopgraphy In Black and White, and A Not So Average Joe. I've shot photographs at the Playboy Jazz Festival, Grammy Museum, Disney Hall, and more juke joints than you can imagine.
Only because I was in the right place was I lucky to meet many of everyone's idols. James Brown, Jerry Lee Lewis, Sammy Davis Jr., humbly I say it's a long list only because of access. If you meet me in person I will be delighted to talk to you about any of this. In fact, you might not be able to get a word in. #hahahahaha Hey, ask me about the two years I worked as Roseanne's sidekick on her daytime talk show. #goodtimes
Everyone talks sustainable fashion, now's your chance to do something. We've all heard "You break it, you buy it." In this case it's, "You buy it, you buy it." In every way we can we're trying to minimize the impact our swimwear has on the environment and climate. It's called Circular or Sustainable fashion. The financial cost involved in returning products is not the only cost. Since there is no minimum buy that should make it easier for you. Just BUY WHAT YOU NEED! If it doesn't sell, discount it, donate it, just don't toss it. What we are doing may not be THE answer, but it AN answer that may help slow down fast fashion. Retail stores are going out of business at a record rate. Decades old stores are disappearing. This way to reduce costs benefits everyone.
TOGETHER WE CAN CREATE A NEW PARADIGM FOR THE FUTURE
BELOW PIET MONDRIAN INSPIRED MONDO GIRL | CULTIVATING ART CURIOSITY THRU SWIMWEAR
The Three YOUTH One Piece Swimsuits are by Piet Mondrian, a major influence in abstract art. The other two are by August Macke who along with Franz Marc was killed in WW 1, long before his time.
Unique computer generated pop art fractal design featuring an ethereal female spirit Dragon that is our signature one piece, aptly named Dragonette.
Inspired by Franz Marc's Fighting Forms, a striking red and black eyecatcher in bold primary colors.
Inspired by Giacomo Balla, Italian painter and sculptor. Multicolor dancing blue, yellow, and pink beauty in a one piece.
Derived from an illustration by Ernst Haeckel, zoologist, naturalist, and marine biologist. Beautiful ocean flora and fauna will float your boat, swimsuitwise.
One of the most controversial paintings in art history and you'll be wearing it. Picasso's Le Demoiselles de'Avignon, 1907. Oh, you bad girl you.
Created from one of the world's most famous paintings, Rousseau's The Dream. Many creatures hide in the jungle, look close sisters, don't be afraid!
Animal prints are IN and Yikes Stripes was the name that struck us as apropos for this pop art computer generated, gold and black, sleek one piece.
Marc Chagall's Paris Thru The Window features a cat with somewhat human like features pondering something. Ponder this suit on your body, eh, mon ami?
A 20's illustration of a Red Prop Plane and a White Prop Plane flying across your body would make for a great July 4th swimsuit, yearround too.
This is August Macke's Abstract Form 14. It's reminiscent of Magritte's LANDSCAPE but also has tye dye feel to it, though painted in the early 1900's.
A travel poster for a now gone but once hugely popular Trans World Airlines known as TWA. On the back is a collage of Carnival/Carnivale posters from the past. For sure a fun vacation one piece.
Nea is a Neapolitan gal who needs a Neapolitan one piece like this sweet looking swirling sherbertish ice cream fractal pop art design.
This one of a kind one piece was created from the movie poster for Reefer Madness filmed about 100 years ago. THEN reefer made us go mad. NOW reefer helps not get so.
Not only a beautiful Classic Blue color but a painting by Franz Marc from the early 1900's. Sadly, he was killed in WW I. War, what is it good for? Yeah...