Singing in The Rain

Spring is finally here! I love spring. It’s the season of new hope and rebirth. It inspires love, joy, and creativity. With Spring comes new friends, new habits, new life...and a whole lot of rain. There’s a lot of mixed feelings about the rain, but there’s something special about those light spring pop ups that bring a kind of energy and joy you have to put into motion. It reminds me of the classic musical Singing in the Rain.

Here in the 573 we’re feeling and seeing that energy everywhere with the explosion of new plants budding to life, new fashions filling the shelves, and new local stars on the rise.

...browse the spring selections and play in the rain!

In an effort to capture as much of this Spring Fling of Fashion and Things as we possibly can, 573 Magazine ventured down to the boutiques in Cape Girardeau with a few new friends to browse the spring selections and play in the rain!

Red peasant crop-top by Lush from Stash Boutique

White canvas high-waisted shorts by Lush from Stash Boutique

Kenneth Cole Reaction red trench from Just Kidding

Meet our Models


Sienna is a young local performance artist. Acting, singing and dancing since she was very young, Sienna has been graciously lending her remarkable talents to local productions here in the 573 for more than 5 years. Taking lead and supporting roles in multiple projects both on stage and screen, including Annie, Bring It On, All Nite Skate, and a locally-shot feature-length thriller still currently in production, Sienna is well on her way to building a very impressive career.

573: Tell us a little about yourself.

My name is Sienna. I am 14 years old and I’m in 8th grade.

I started acting around the age of 9 when I was part of the River Campus production of The King and I. Besides acting, I sing, dance, play the ukulele, and I play a little guitar and piano.

Red plaid off the shoulder crop top by Blue Blush from Mother Earth - $8.50

Gloria Vanderbilt for Murjami cut-off jean shorts from Mother Earth - $19.50

I do karaoke a lot with my friends. I’ll sing “If I Ain’t Got You” by Alicia Keys, or some slower songs maybe like Billie Eilish, or Sizza. I love Sizza.

2020 was a bit of a challenge in the acting and modeling world, but I was fortunate to participate in a few things. This past summer I was part of The River Campus production of Bring It On. I was able to work with local photographer Stacey Thompson. I was also part of a big local movie with Motion Dog Films and starred in a music video for artist, Lexi Street.

Vintage Aztec print sequined mini-skirt by Express from Mother Earth - $10

Poof New York turquoise bralette from Wish Boutique- $26

Trina Turk hot-pink trench from Aesthete Luxury Boutique

Unicorn Umbrella by The San Francisco Umbrella Company from Wish Boutique

Cole Haan leather stacks from Aesthete Boutique

573: Tell us about your experience on set with Motion Dog Films.

Oh, the Lexi Street music video was so much fun! There was water everywhere and I got to splash in all the puddles. I’ve never done anything like it, so it was really a new experience for me, and Motion Dog Films was very helpful leading me through. It was lots of fun, and I think it turned out pretty well.