Get Seen » At Boldfacers’ Stylemakers Pop-Up

Feel-good shopping with a dash of voyeurism, anyone? Boldfacers gave us the chance to poke around the closets of Boston's best-dressed (without risking a restraining order) at the fourth annual Stylemakers pop-up shop and party at W Boston last month. No skeletons here, just super-stylish castoffs from 25 locals - think Erica Corsano's Bottega Veneta clutch, Laura Baldini's jewel-encrusted Manolos, Jeff Lahens's cornucopia of ties and hats, and no shortage of leopard prints and sequins from former Baywatch star Traci Bingham, who grooved in the aisles as DJ Shasha spun dance-ready hits. The feel-good part? All proceeds from the evening's sales went to the Stylemakers' charities of choice, like Sail to Prevail, a nonprofit that funds therapeutic sailing programs for more than 1500 disabled children and adults each year. To learn more, check out


Shea Rose, singer/songwriter

A fan once described Shea's style as "rocker goddess," a label she proudly lives up to. But while she loves fearlessly chic fashion, comfort is key, especially onstage - which means no super-high heels during her high-energy performances.

But she makes up for the heels by kicking up her makeup and hair, whether going natural with her fierce afro or molding her mane into a towering faux-hawk for shows. (You can see her in action on March 10 at the Revolutionary Women and Reggae Festival at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury.)

While manning her racks at the pop-up, she rocked layers of cozy neutrals: a ruched and ruffled Arden B. jacket, a Guess sweater, a scarf that her mother gave her for Christmas, and a cut-out romper from Karmaloop that put a very fresh twist on casual sweats, especially when paired with high-heeled sneakers from Urban Outfitters. 

More party pics! At See you out there!

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