Fantasy Fusion Belly Dance Artist
Belly Dance in New York:
For all things Belly dance and Jersey, visit NJ Belly Dancing:
Belly Dance America isn't just a great place to buy clothing. It is also an excellent resource for finding performers and teachers.
For everything Belly dance, I count on Shira.net. I have been visiting this site since I was a baby dancer and it is still my go to resource.
Miss Belly Dance has everything a dancer needs from practice wear to dance wear.
Willow makes the most comfortable cotton clothing around. Her pants and tops are perfect for class as well as performing. Check out her dresses too.
Ever feel like your costume is missing something? Go visit Esme's Closet and find that one unique item that compliments your look perfectly.
Tribal Vault offers gorgeous accessories for affordable pricing. Most of their items can be worn everyday as well as for dance. Use code KELEQ16 for 25% off your total purchase. Tell them you're friends with the Butterfly.
Connie Lawrence is the mastermind behind all of my stunning leather and lace bra and belt sets. Her custom work is to die for but she also has items available thru her Etsy shop.
Synari makes gorgeous, one of a kind, Tribal, Tribal Fusion, Cabaret Fusion, and Burlesque clothing sets. Just stroll through my photos and videos to check out her work.
Known throughout the belly dance world as the place to buy custom belly dance clothing, L. Rose Designs always stays ahead of the curve.
Silkdancer (also known as the gorgeous belly dancer Shaula) is a master of silk design. Whether you are looking for veils, fan veils, or costuming-check her out first.
Dusty Paik makes some hot belly dance gear. Her skirts are to die for (don't go with cheaper imitations). Check out her shop.
Pixie Spindel is the best there is in the Belly dance business. She has been my main photographer for the past 3 years.
Kelebek as Princess Garters (Costume by Synari Designs)
Carl Sermon is a fantastic photographer based in California. He is the official photographer for the Rakkasah Festivals.
Carrie Meyer is an amazing photographer that I had the pleasure of working with at Waking Persephone 2013. Visit her website to see her work.