Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Aug 19 - 10:24am
| by Courtney Kennebeck | photography by Alex Lepe |
Crisp, chilly days are right around the corner, and there is no better way to celebrate than hiking into the wild blue yonder with some fashion-forward friends. For many, the thought of roughing it and sharing the great outdoors with wild animals may set the heart into a panic, but that was before...
Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Jul 23 - 11:09am
| by Lexi Johnson | Women run from work to play and everywhere in between during their busy days. That doesn’t have to mean multiple outfit changes. Start with a simple garment and modify the accessories for a look that will wear well no matter what time of day, keeping you chic from...
Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Jun 13 - 1:20pm
When Fashion Meets Function
| by Lexi Johnson | Fashionable and durable are not two words most of us can use to describe our travel accessories. This month, the two meet at W Durable Goods where they produce classic and modern products that are everlasting. The neutrality of leather accessories creates the perfect...
Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2014 May 22 - 1:05pm
Local Jewelry Designer Margaret Toppin
Margaret Toppin describes her jewelry collection as a modern take on vintage.
You started out working with clothes designers. Why jewelry? I’ve always been interested in jewelry. I’ve...
Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2014 Apr 28 - 3:56pm
A handful of the latest trends in choosing and presenting the season’s blooms
Tips of the Trade
Think Outside the Vase: A bunch of identical containers such as tumblers, votive holders or sweet, mini antique vases make a big impact. For this trend, the magic is in the details: The repeated pattern makes for a modern centerpiece on any table or mantel.
Cut Twice and at an...
Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2014 Mar 26 - 12:05pm
Captivating spring fashions abound in the beautiful setting of a colonnade-lined plaza containing an oasis of cool fountains, lush gardens and Old World charm. Inspiration came from many of the 2014 spring-summer collections’ hints of European and global styles. Rich embroidery and whispers...
Posted By Gail Bennison on 2014 Feb 25 - 3:21pm
Michael Baker’s drug of choice is motorcycles. “Always has been, always will be,” he says.
He works on them, buys and sells them, promotes and markets them. He will wear you out talking motorcycles.
Baker’s drive and unbridled passion has revved MJ Sales into the...
Posted By Alison Rich on 2014 Jan 23 - 3:52pm
Exercise one – or all – of these innovative workout-wear options, engineered to be still your fitness-focused heart.
Oh, February — the swoon-inducing month of bouquets and bon-bons, sappy cards and sweet-nothings. Sure, we heart Valentine’s Day just as much as the other guy — or gal — but we also think there’s nothing wrong with showering yourself with a little love too. Whether you...
Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Jan 7 - 12:42pm
When the last of the Christmas decorations are all neatly stored away, you are left with a bare mantelpiece that is just brimming with possibilities.
by Courtney Dabney
Doug Pleskovitch and Adrian Wright, Partners
2955 Crockett St.
It’s a new year. Why not spend a little time rethinking the frame...
Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Dec 11 - 2:16pm
We’re taking notes from an expert on fashion with a Southern flair. Texas native, Jessica Ramos of S.I.C. Couture, tells us about her designs and what to watch for this season.
What does S.I.C. stand for, and what is the significance behind it? S.I.C. stands for sexiness is contagious. When I came up with the name, I started out thinking of the woman I’m designing for and wanted to incorporate the word sexiness in there somewhere, and it just came to me! It is a...