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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

No Real Title: Just #Fluid on Instagram

Monday, July 18, 2016

Our Fresh Hip-Hop Video: "I Thought I Caught a Squirtle" Pokémon Go on YouTube - #JonJeremy

Dear Humanity,

The lines separating anime freaks, gamer geeks, and  you  has been blurred.
We are one, blame it on being united by a shared rookie? Hey Squirtle! 

FSAG Magazine Vocal Folks Pokemon Go Jon Jeremy
 

Did you too believe at first that you  caught the gateway creature; the one who ended up jipping you as a cute little beginning? Meet your descent into the apocalyptic zombie-esque  location based reality game Pokémon Go. Planet Earth is now a "Gotta catch'em all" sized ball. Once again proving that our world is in fact: not flat. Google the good, bad, and  head scratching facts that make you go WHOA! on your own.

A few days after the poké-virus spread,  my P.I.C. (partner in creativity) Jon Jeremy and I collaborated on a music video before the fad caused society to implode. The idea came from a 16 year old boy, active in catching Pokémon along side a group of mid 20-40year olds.  Quite a creepy way of expressing the term "we're all the same, but different". My partner mentioned catching a Squirtle to the wise (modern day mobile friendly) much younger boy. Thank you Mr. Youngster for your adamantly immediate "THAT'S YOUR STARTER POKEMON" response.

Three days later: Our new video was released. Videography, a childish voice, gloved hand are all credited to me. The rest? Written, Rapped, Vocals, and Editing credits go out to the lovely Jon Jeremy.

We researched the facts for "I thought I caught a Squirtle: Part 1" together... because we are the #MysteryTeam (taken proudly from awesome indie flick starring Donald Glover).

It doesn't matter if you're all about nerdcore or Bulbasore - Check out the VocalFolks Official Website 

after completing all of the following for the music video below:

Watch, React, Subscribe on YouTube:

 
 
Feel free to follow Jon Jeremy, VocalFolks, Me (Victoria Kirby), and/or FSAG Magazine on Social Media. If it's worth it... then be an honorary Vocal Folk - Mystery Team style: work for it!
 
Peace & Love, 
Victoria Kirby 

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

You, Me, We, Revival of the FSAG and Tree

Life *sigh of relief": The last time Fashion, Style, and The Avant-Garde (psst: #FSAGMag) had been updated was almost 3 years ago.  Victoria Kirby was burnt out from Amber Sweet's overwhelming nature.  The demise of my false persona happened during New York Fashion Week SS2014. My soul began meeting myself while my various interests turned into fulfilling outlets. Up until recently however, I've managed to salvage my work, branch out, and live my passion without using a stolen name from  Repo!The Genetic Opera. Watch it! My first time? The Angelika Film Center  in New York City. 

Written & Composed: Terrance Zdunich & Darren Lynn

Could you be addicted to street Zydrate?
Paris Hilton - Amber Sweet  and Terrance Zdunich - Grave Robber

The loss of a relationship with the previous domain turned into a blessing. I finally had the chance to live, learn, love, and connect with everyone who had a part in re-creating FSAG Magazine: "The Artistic Muse with Poetic Views".  Thank you to everyone involved in my growing phase. Right here, right now, Fashion, Style, and The Avant-Garde is no longer about
 me. Me has become we. We are one. We are art. We are love. WE ARE OFFICIALLY REVIVED

We're in a socially mediated world so go find some of the art and music I'm involved with!


Peace & Love
(Formerly: Love & Peace)

Victoria Kirby
(Former Pen Name: Amber Sweet)



Friday, August 16, 2013

Published in Elucid Magazine Summer 2013

Elucid Magazine Amber Sweet
Elucid Magazine Summer 2013
This is been such a treasured past few days as a working journalist. I finally received the go-ahead to spread the word publicly.  Sweet readers, I have had my second cover story published in the Summer 2013 issue of Elucid Magazine. Feel free to read my latest work in the form of my first celebrity interview: Angela Sarafyan: Actor, Beauty, Rebel

It has been an honor and privilege to conduct this interview for one of the best growing NYC publications to work with. 

Just before being sent out for public viewing, the magazine reached 4000+ hits in three days. How amazing is it to go from a small time fashion blogger to interviewing the Hollywood set? 

 Keep up with the powerhouse of creativity behind the pages of Elucid Magazine on Facebook: facebook.com/elucidmagazine

Peace and Love, 
Victoria Kirby (Amber Sweet)

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Shady Dealin Embellished Sunnies

Snail mail besides a bill for a change? YES! Aqua blue cat eye sunnies with sparkling pink bow embellishments by Shady Dealin. Naturally, I proceeded to rip the box apart like an untamed beast upon arrival. The unveiling obviously called for an emergency Instagram moment. 

Did I mention it was raining? What a bummer!

The next day was a beach day. I was aware that my new Shady Dealin sunnies are dangerously cute, but you should have heard all of the positive feedback they recieved. So, I felt like a cool kid and refused to take my shades off for over 10 hours. 

The high level of construction and material quality is impressive. The bows do not feel or look like they would fall off, but it is hard not to carry that "you never know" mentality. I always break sunglasses of all price ranges. Let me inform you,  this is going to be a durable  and loving relationship.


About Shady Dealin

Megan Milliken (aka Shady Mae) has been crafty her whole life.  Combining her passion for crafting with her love of all things cute and sparkly, Megan created Shady Dealin, a line of hand embellished sunglasses.  Starting with cute cat eye, heart shaped, and wayfarer style frames in bold colors, Shady Dealin sunnies get the royal treatment with bows, cameos, roses, rhinestones, cup chain, and of course glitter!  Visit www.ShadyDealin.com to find your favorite pair.

Peace and Love, 
Victoria Kirby (Amber Sweet)

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