Get Seen » At Industry Event Boston at Quixote Studios

At the annual industry party hosted by Photo Nights Boston - a nonprofit collective of New England photogs and artists - a diverse mix of creative types mingled freely in Quixote's open, minimalist space in Allston. Distinguished-looking older folks chatted by the well-stocked hors d'oeuvres spread while inked-up twentysomethings cruised the bar and tried out an extravagant photo booth designed to resemble a 1920s boudoir (a photo-event photo booth - so meta!). A living statue also made a brief appearance, scaring the pants half off this writer in the process, before getting off to wherever living statues get to. To learn more about Photo Nights Boston and its efforts to create a public photography festival in 2013, check out photonightsboston.com


Bre Welch, freelance makeup artist and hair stylist

We're calling it: Jeffrey Campbells are the James Franco of shoes - easy on the eyes and popping up everywhere we look. We immediately zeroed in on Bre's pair, which she recently bought through Karmaloop as a birthday present to herself.

Her pinup-chic look might be unconventional, but her style mantra is universal. "I believe you should stick with one big statement piece, and everything else should be a little more tame," she says.

Practicing what she preaches, she left her all-time favorite item - a high-waisted black Betsey Johnson tutu - at home in favor of a more demure H&M pencil skirt. "I was actually going to wear it tonight, but it might have been a little much with the shoes."

She wears her heart on her sleeve - literally. When asked about her permanent statement piece (namely all that pretty ink), she says, "My arm is based on Victorian paintings. I'm a complete hopeless romantic, and I've always loved everything about that period."

More parties! At thePhoenix.com/parties.  See you out there!

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