Rachelle Rose is one of the featured women in The Wild Women Exhibition and is an independent clothing and accessory designer for the modern women based in Laramie, Wyoming. Rachelle mentioned that she’d like to highlight her antique sewing machine in her photographs, so we decided to have her portrait session inside her own design studio, which happens to be a gorgeous log home on the edge of town complete with dogs, horses, dirt roads, and antelope. We ended up literally tossing fabric from her new spring collection around, and had a fun time taking Gertrude, her trusty mannequin, for her first spin ever outside. When Rachelle found out she was nominated to be a featured as a wild woman, she was thrilled. She has no idea who nominated her, but was flattered to be thought of. Her favorite part of the portrait session was, in Rachelle’s words, “throwing fabric of course!” Read on to hear what Rachelle herself has to say about it.
What do you think of the Wild Women Exhibition?
“The Wild Women Exhibition is such a great way to highlight local women! I love the idea. I think it will help the women get some recognition in the area and hopefully help grow their business or talents in the community. I thought it was a great experience. I love my studio and was happy that Allison photographed me in it. I thought the feeling of the session translated nicely into the photographs. Very happy with the results! Allison is up for an adventure! Thank you to Seneca Creek Photography for taking the time to photograph me as a Wild Woman! I truly appreciate it. “