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Recap: Frida Por Vida Raggedy Tiff Pop-Up ~ San Fernando

2:14 PM PDT on July 24, 2017

    [dropcap size=big]L[/dropcap]ast week in the city of San Fernando, Raggedy Tiff, an accessories, apparel, & home decor brand, held their Frida Por Vida Pop-up Art Show. Designer and Founder, Jessica Resendiz, brought together talented artists from throughout Los Angeles for a themed show inspired by the art and life of Frida Kahlo. Resendiz also released and displayed her latest Summer 2017 collection. Treats & snacks for the festivities were provided by Alicias Delicias, Love Swirls and Viva Los Cupcakes. Handmade paper flowers by Irene were seen all around the shop and display window, creating a festive atmosphere that blended perfectly with the art and the guests. Please enjoy this photo recap of last week's event.

    Featured artists: Amber Tilden, Maricela Avina, Mexicons Art, My I Candy Art, Lupes Art, Laura Salcido, Diana Bonilla, Erica Friend and Rosaria Recinos.

    Keep up with Raggedy Tiff & Jessica Resendíz thru her website and also give a follow via Instagram @raggedytiff

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