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The MagaZine

Summer 2001
The Fashion Well
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ToTaLLy CoOL
The MagaZine

Natural Burlap
Jute Mesh Hat by
Selma Karaca
Yellow stitched dark olive green
Jean Corset Top with lace back
by Qeshdiva.
On to Day Dreams ...
The Music Credit:
Star 6
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Scapegoat Wax
Grand Royal Records

"In The City" Summer 2001 ...
photographs by the multi - talented David Jacquot.
All rights reserved.
Dark olive green zipper
front lace back Jean
Corset Top and
jute hat.
ToTaLLy CoOL wishes TCK, Ring A Bell, and QeshDiva the very best in all their endeavors.
A special "Thank You" to David Jacquot for the inspiration.
Photo Art 2001 ... In The City.
ToTaLLy CoOL "Something that comes from the Heart."
This photo is from what is on the editor's "Cutting Room Floor." We wanted to show it for the viewer's
delight. Aside from the design and shape being "tuff and beautiful" at the same time, this corset coat
reflects Qeshdiva's inner inspiration. When talking with Selma Karaca about this story she, without
knowing, in the conversation revealed one of her most important idols. It was Audrey Hepburn and
the stature of a woman. Clean and fine. Something about: close to the body. When Qeshdiva spoke
about her design of this collar she always called it The Audrey Collar. And so too this creation has
become know as Qeshdiva "The Audrey" Corset Coat. Not to be lost on the Cutting Room Floor.
In The City.
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