Trixie's ingenious "Banana Peel" act won her the title Queen of Burlesque- Miss Exotic World in 2015, the highest honor in the burlesque field. Setting a high standard for innovation, the costume was Trixie's idea with Seattle designer, Danial Webster's, brilliant execution; a collaboration that took 2 years to complete long distance. The rhinestoning was done by Cheeky Cheetah in NYC. Performed to Andre Williams' "Let Me Put It In," the act is now Trixie's signature number and is a glorious illustration of how traditional burlesque tropes, such as stripping out of a gown, can be taken to new creative heights. This piece beautifully shows Trixie's passion for surprise and her masterful use of repetition of theme; finishing with a wild, raw display of powerful female sexuality. The dress has been seen on countless stages ranging from Australian Spiegeltents, to German television, to Taylor Mac's "24 Decade History of Popular Music" in Los Angeles.