Cory Martinez, What Are You Wearing?
is 25 years old and loves vintage clothing. She and her longtime boyfriend, Ben Funke, have been busy relaunching their online vintage clothing business calledMeat Market Vintage
-- back from a brief hiatus.
She plays bass guitar for a The Ultramatics, a Tempe punk band and has danced with several local dance companies throughout the years. This adorable bleach blond vegetarian punk rock enthusiast has incredible style and, she claims, "an affinity for all things bizarre."
What are you wearing right now?
A 1986 Harley Davidson lacy tank top with a 1960s psychedelic print skirt and black sparkly Mary Janes.
Golden Dragon Acrobats
TicketsSun., Mar. 5, 6:00pm
Frank Ferrante in An Evening with Groucho
TicketsSun., Mar. 12, 3:00pm
TicketsTue., Mar. 14, 7:30pm
The Doo Wop Project
TicketsSat., Mar. 18, 7:30pm
Stormy Weather: The Story of Lena Horne Starring Mary Wilson
TicketsSat., Mar. 25, 7:30pm
(Read more Q&A after the jump.)
What is the last item of clothing you bought?
Red shoes! I have a mild shoe fetish.
What is the item of clothing you most covet at the moment?
My Topshop heart print tights but I eternally covet any garment with puff sleeves and a Peter Pan collar.
Give us a childhood memory of you and clothes:
When I was about six years old, my mom took me to a second hand store to buy me a "play dress." I fell in love with an over-sized dingy floral print baby-doll dress and wore it for years until it was completely tattered. I think that shopping trip is to blame for what became my lifelong obsession with used clothing.
Name five items every man should have in his closet:
Tight pants, french underwear, love letters, vintage concert t-shirts, and at least one novelty printed tie!
Name an item of clothing that's best when it's vintage:
Name an item of clothing you should NEVER buy used:
What is your one piece of fashion advice for Phoenix?
Be more shocking!
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