Chances are if you have seen Sarina perform, you've also seen her fashion designs. Not only is Sarina a member of hair club for men, she's also a . . . . I mean, not only is Sarina a belly dancer and dance teacher, she also makes her own costumes and sells it locally. She has been making bloomers and hair fascinators for over ten years. When she worked and lived in Japan, she became fascinated with the traditional ornamental hair accessories and fun accessories she saw while there. That, coupled with tribal and tribal fusion fashion inspired her to create her own designs. Upon moving to the Springfield/Eugene area, she started to teach classes on making hair fascinators at community centers like Willamalane, sell her merchandise at Holiday Market and support her addictive habit by sell in local shops.
Sarina Dorie Designs are sold at Tsunami Books, New Zone Art Gallery, The Vintage Antique Mall and events in Eugene, Springfield and Portland. Sarina's sweatshop, ahem, website sells bloomers, bustle skirts and hair fascinators with a Victorian flare for belly dancers, steampunk costume designers or people who just like to play dress up. For more info, go to her other website at: