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THE HISTORY OF FASHION WEEK For those that were wondering where it all started.




PLIGHT OF THE BISON There once was over a million Bison roaming the South West, now the numbers are dwindling.


ROLLS ROYCE APPARITION CONCEPT Let your dreams go wild.. this concept is ridiculous.


KIA STERLING: HAIR STYLIST Kia Sterling has worked with the best.. welcome to MAMi!


HighBorn : a story by Nina Pak Nina Pak gets all Royal with it.

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s we go through tecnological changes we would like to welcome you to the Spring 2014 edition of MAMi Magazine. Shortly we will release our interactive newsstand app for iOS and Android

Spring has always represented a time of rebirth and growth. We hope you enjoy this seasons selections. ~Algie deWitt / Curator

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Spring, a time of rebirth and growth.

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Asia Nicholas Mihaela Nicoleta Micula Jvdas Berra Eric Ouaknine Vee Vera Ochia Adrianne Mickens

Content Dev. Bobby Paulino

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Photography Viktorija Pashuta Nina Pak

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fashion week

A History

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the history of Fashion week “In 1943, the first New York Fashion Week was held, with one main purpose: to distract attention from French fashion during World War II, when workers in the fashion industry were unable to travel to Paris.” A fashion week is a fashion industry event, lasting approximately one week, which allows fashion designers, brands or “houses” to display their latest collections in runway shows and buyers and the media to take a look at the latest trends. Most importantly, these events let the industry know what’s “in” and what’s “out” for the season. The most prominent fashion weeks are held in the four fashion capitals of the world: Milan, Paris, New York, and London. Some other important fashion weeks in the world are held in Amsterdam, Bangalore, Barcelona, Mexico City, Boston, Buenos Aires, Cleveland, Copenhagen, Dubai, Jakarta, Los Angeles, Lisbon Madrid, Manila, Rome, São Paulo, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, Sydney, Tbilisi, Seoul, Tokyo, Toronto and Hong Kong. In 1943, the first New York Fashion Week was held, with one main purpose: to distract attention from French fashion during World War II, when workers in the fashion industry were unable to travel to Paris. This was an opportune moment, as for centuries designers in America had been thought to be reliant on the French for inspiration. The fashion publicist Eleanor Lambert organized an event she called ‘Press Week’ to showcase American designers for fashion journalists, who had previously ignored their works. The Press Week was a success, and, as a result, magazines like Vogue (which were normally filled with French designs) began to feature more and more American innovations. Until 1994, shows were held in different locations, such as hotels, or lofts. Eventually, after a structural accident at a Michael Kors show, the event moved to Bryant Park, behind the

New York Public Library, where it remained until 2010, when the shows relocated to Lincoln Center. However, long before Lambert, there were fashion shows throughout America. In 1903, a New York City shop called Ehrich Brothers put on what is thought to have been the country’s first fashion show to lure middle-class females into the store. By 1910, many big department stores were holding shows of their own. It is likely that American retailers saw that they were called ‘fashion parades’ in Paris couture salons and decided to use the idea. These parades were an effective way to promote stores, and improved their status. By the 1920s, the fashion show had been used by retailers up and down the country. They were staged, and often held in the shop’s restaurant during lunch or teatime. These shows were usually more theatrical than those of today, heavily based upon a single theme, and accompanied with a narrative commentary. The shows were hugely popular, enticing crowds in their thousands – crowds so large, that stores in New York in the fifties had to obtain a license to have live models.

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Designer Carmen Marc Valvo walks the runway at MercedesBenz Fashion Week Fall 2014


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Designer Lee Jean Youn at MBFW.


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Designer Kati Stern walks the runway at the Venexiana fashion show MBFW



Star Lounge at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2014




Designer Dennis Basso walks the runway at the Dennis Basso fashion show MBFW

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Tinie Tempah arrives for the Mercedes-Benz & Simon Gao A/W 2014


Marvin Humes and Rochelle Humes arrive for the Mercedes-Benz & Simon Gao A/W 2014 Show at Somerset House



Designers Estel Day (L) and Mark Tango pose on the runway

Designers Nicholas Kunz and Christopher Kunz walk the runway at Nicholas K fashion show

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A model walks the runway at the Skingraft fashion show

Designer Jackie Fraser-Swan at the Emerson fashion show



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history F of fashion week Fashion week happens twice a year in the major fashion capitals of the world: Milan, Paris, New York and London.

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ashion week happens twice a year in the major fashion capitals of the world: Milan, Paris, New York and London. Fashion weeks are held several months in advance of the season to allow the press and buyers a chance to preview fashion designs for the following season. From January through April designers showcase their autumn and winter collections. Fashion week for spring and summer is held from September through November. This is also to allow time for retailers to arrange to purchase or incorporate the designers into their retail marketing. The latest innovations in dress designs are showcased by renowned fashion designers during these fashion weeks, and all these latest collections are covered in magazines such as Vogue.

There are two major seasons per year - Autumn/Winter and Spring/Summer. For womenswear, the Autumn/Winter shows always start in New York in February and end in Paris in March. Spring/Summer shows start in New York in September and end in Paris in October. Menswear Autumn/Winter shows start in January in Milan for typically less than a week followed by another short week in Paris. Menswear Spring/Summer shows are done in June. Womenswear haute couture shows typically happen in Paris a week after the Menswear Paris shows. For the first time, womenswear haute couture was also shown in Singapore, during its haute couture Women’s Fashion Week in October 2011. This was the first time womenswear haute couture shows were held outside of Paris. More and more designers have shown inter-seasonal collections between the traditional Autumn/Winter and Spring/Summer seasons. These collections are usually more commercial than the main season collections and help shorten the customer’s wait for new season clothes. The inter-seasonal collections

are Resort/Cruise (before Spring/Summer) and Pre-Fall (before Autumn/Winter). There is no fixed schedule for these shows in any of the major fashion capitals but they typically happen three months after the main season shows. Some designers show their inter-seasonal collections outside their home city. For example, Karl Lagerfeld has shown his Resort and Pre-Fall collections for Chanel in cities such as Moscow, Los Angeles and Monte Carlo instead of Paris. Many designers also put on presentations as opposed to traditional shows during Resort and Pre-Fall either to cut down costs or because they feel the clothes can be better understood in this medium. Some fashion weeks can be genre-specific, such as a Miami Fashion Week (swimwear), Rio Summer (swimwear), Prêt-a-Porter (ready-to-wear) Fashion Week, Couture (one-of-a-kind designer original) Fashion Week and Bridal Fashion Week, while Portland (Oregon, USA) Fashion Week shows some eco-friendly designers.

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Milan, Paris, New York and London each host a fashion week twice a year with New York beginning each season and the other cities following in the aforementioned order.

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DRINKIN THIS SPRING? HOPE NOT.. BUT JUST IN CASE. Do us all a favor (including yourself ) and party smart. Be responsible. Pace yourself if you choose to drink, and avoid hard alcohol or other drinks that are powerful and have fast effects. (And remember that drunks = easy targets.) Also be aware of alcohol poisoning. According to a University of Wisconsin study, 75 percent of college males and 43 percent of females reported being intoxicated on a daily basis during spring break. If you do decide to drink, know the liquor laws of wherever you’ll be vacationing. Drinking & driving is always a dangerous situation, so avoid this by having your safe mode of transportation home planned before you go out.

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Plight of the bison photography by Teri Garrison

Americans overwhelmingly love bison as an iconic image of the West, a national survey out this week says they are largely clueless over the ecological plight these animals face.


t the turn of the 20th century there were just 100 wild bison left on the continent, down from 60 million. A concentrated conservation effort helped rebuild the animal’s numbers. One of the heroes of the animal’s rebound was Kalispell’s own Charles E. Conrad, who purchased 50 bison from a man in Pablo in 1900. The animals were brought to Wild Horse Island and then later moved north in the Flathead Valley, where they grazed at Smith Hill and just north of downtown Kalispell, where today’s Buffalo Hill Golf Course sits. After Conrad died in 1902, his wife kept the herd together and in 1908 she offered 37 buffalo to start the National Bison Range in Moiese. Today, there are more than 200,000 bison in domesticated private and commercial herds in the U.S. There are another 17,000 bison in mostly public herds, according to Bailey, but even those are falling victim to mixed genes and domestication. According to the Buffalo Field Campaign, a group working to protect wild buffalo, there are just 4,500 wild bison left.

Running Hard An orbiting helicopter and riders atop ATVs and on horseback provided quite the circus Thursday as they hazed buffalo that had sought greener pastures outside Yellowstone National Park to graze and birth calves on public and private land outside West Yellowstone, Mont. “They’re running hard,” NRDC Wildlife Advocate Matt Skoglund said, clutching the steering wheel. “They’ll push for miles and miles.” MAMi Magazine 36

MAMiMagazine The annual spring hazing of bison wintering in the Hebgen Lake area has been happening since 2000 under the Interagency Bison Management Plan. The plan calls for driving the bison back into Yellowstone National Park, less than 10 miles to the east, before May 15 to reduce the chance that they will transmit brucellosis to cattle. The disease causes pregnant females to abort their calves. However, to date, there never has been a documented case in the wild of a buffalo infecting a domestic cow with brucellosis.

Americans overwhelmingly love bison as an iconic image of the West, a national survey out this week says they are largely clueless over the ecological plight these animals face. While nearly three-quarters of the 2,000 people surveyed by the American Bison Society said they revere the shaggy animal and view them as an “extremely important living symbol of the American West,” less than 10 percent know how many bison remain in the country. While bison once numbered in the tens of millions and ranged all the way from Alaska to Mexico, today there are an estimated half-million bison left in the United States, according to the society. The vast majority of those live on private ranches, “with only about 9,000 plains bison considered free-ranging in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. An additional 7,000 free-ranging wood bison live in Canada.” Much like a Yellowstone buffalo jam, cars are halted on U.S. 287 as their occupants watch the show. One van is loaded with Natural Resources Defense Council staffers and a few reporters. The buffalo are chugging along parallel to the highway now. One bull huffs like a heavy smoker forced to run a marathon.

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“An ultra luxurious chauffeur driven limousine evoking the glamor and sophistication of chauffeur driven cars in the past that has since been lost. “This vehicle is about being seen, but at the same time being invisible or an “Apparition” in the sense that you’re safely tucked away in its palatial and private interior.”

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here’s concepts, and then there’s concepts that turn into production cars. This is just a concept though and will only ever remain as one. It’s called the Rolls-Royce Apparition Concept and you are seeing correctly; the driver sits outside while passengers are enclosed in the back.

In all fairness, it is quite interesting to behold. Although there are a lot of boxy, straight-cut shapes going on throughout the entire length of the car, the overall platform is stirring. It offers loads of ‘you can’t do that’, which is what concepts are meant to be all about.

The creation was developed by Jeremy Westerlund while he was studying art, and his aim was to design something similar to how they did it in the old days; driver up front, exposed outside, while the passengers are cooped inside at the back – like a horse and carriage type arrangement.

Much of the car is based on the Rolls-Royce Phantom, in terms of initial design, carrying over a similar front end. From the windscreen things get a little different, as there is no windscreen. The bonnet just extends all the way over to the bootlid in one seamless stretch.

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MAMiMagazine It also features mahogany-encrusted wheels, traditional Rolls-Royce front grille and a low and long presence which would measure over seven metres in length if developed. Jeremy Westerlund recently summed up the concept, saying that it’s: “An ultra luxurious chauffeur driven limousine evoking the glamor and sophistication of chauffeur driven cars in the past that has since been lost.

“This vehicle is about being seen, but at the same time being invisible or an “Apparition” in the sense that you’re safely tucked away in its palatial and private interior.” The model seen here is just a 1:4 scale version, and as mentioned, it is unlikely it will ever be turned into anything that could be bought from your local Rolls-Royce dealer.

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Maria Deraismes (August 17, 1828 – February 6, 1894) was a French author and major

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s a celebrity and noted editorial hair artist, based in New York City and Philadelphia, Pa. Kia has quickly become one of the most sought after hairstylist and educators on the east coast, and a driving force in fashion and beauty. Her trend setting style has been featured in major fashion publications such as Zink, Allure, Vogue Italia (Photo Vogue) and countless others, as well as television and advertisements. Season after season Kia leads hair for major runway shows such as, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week (NYC), and Philadelphia Fashion Week. She is also the mastermind behind the hair as the creative hair director at Renee Philadelphia International, as well as an educator in session hair artistry, and platform artist and educator for Indique

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Hair, one top luxury extension hair brands in the industry. As a fashion and beauty expert Kia’s views, tips, and expertise are often quoted in many publications. With over 15 years of experience in the beauty industry, Kia has traveled the country continuing her advanced training in trends, and techniques in cutting, color, styling, and extension work with powerhouse educators such as the following to name a few: Paul Mitchell Systems, BIA International Academy, Goldwell, Lakme Color USA, Arrojo Education, Nicholas French, Patric Bradley, and Tomeka James Beauty.

hairstylist and educators on the east coast, and a driving force in fashion and beauty”

Kia has extensive salon experience from boutique to high fashion. Her experience extends from precision cutting, custom coloring, flawless extension work, wig making and design, luxury hair care, and couture styling. Kia believes in healthy hair first and education is key in her growth as a stylist, which she shares with her fabulous clients at AnBrea’s Beauty Salon in Philadelphia where she has made her mark as a senior stylist for over two years. Kia believes she is living the best of both worlds, as a session and salon hair artist. This affords her the opportunity to share her passion to the fullest in creating beauty for people of all walks of life who enjoy living the Kia Sterling Hair lifestyle. She lives for her motto: evolve, inspire, create and share as she is a strong believer in giving back and embraces her philanthropy work. Kia Sterling Hair Artist new york/philadelphia/international fashion/beauty/commercial/runway/lifestyle w: e: p: 917 733 8091 t: f:

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“We were thinking, whos hot right now and we came up with our 3 current choices of THE HOTTEST IN THE GAME”

ick Ross or Rozay as we like to call him, has been

making a lot of noise.. wtih this his 6th LP and it dont look like he’s stopping any time soon. I see a maturing of Rozay kinda like a wine, while he makes references to the Knights Templar, Masonic affiliations we also see some growth in Masonic principle in his retoric.

Urban contemporary radio. It was followed by the singles “The Devil Is A Lie” with Jay-Z and “War Ready” with Jeezy.

Kendrick Lamar Duckworth (born June 17, 1987), known simply as Kendrick Lamar, is an American hip hop recording artist from Compton, California. Initially signed to independent record label Top Dawg Entertainment, in 2012, Lamar and the label signed a joint venture deal with Aftermath and William Leonard Roberts II (born January 28, 1976), better Interscope Records. Lamar is also a member of West Coast hip known by his stage name Rick Ross, is an American rapper. In 2009, Ross founded the record label Maybach Music Group, on hop supergroup Black Hippy, alongside label-mates and fellow which he released his studio albums Deeper Than Rap (2009), California-based rappers Schoolboy Q, Jay Rock, and Ab-Soul. Teflon Don (2010), God Forgives, I Don’t (2012), and MasterLamar first began to gain major attention in 2010, after the mind (2014). Ross was also the first artist signed to Diddy’s release of his fourth mixtape Overly Dedicated. The next year, management company Ciroc Entertainment. In early 2012, he released Section.80, his first independent album to critiMTV named Ross as the Hottest MC in the Game. cal acclaim; released exclusively through iTunes and instantly ranked as one of the top digital hip hop releases of the year. On September 5, 2013, Ross premiered the first official single [5] Early in his career, before releasing his major label debut, from MasterMind, “No Games” featuring Future produced Lamar amassed a large internet following, and had already by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League. The following day, it was released to worked with Dr. Dre, Game, Drake, Young Jeezy, Talib Kweli, Busta Rhymes, E-40, Warren G and Lil Wayne, among other popular artists.

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MAMiMagazine On February 28, 2014, it was revealed during an interview with Billboard that Lamar is planning to put out a new album in September 2014. The TDE camp has remained very tight-lipped on a new Lamar album, and this is the only confirmation we’ve received on the LP thus far. During the same interview with Lamar, ScHoolboy Q, Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith and Dave Free, it was also revealed that there may be a debut effort from the Black Hippy collective (composed of Lamar, ScHoolboy Q, Jay Rock and Ab-Soul) in 2014.

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a press release from Columbia Records announced that Pharrell had signed a contract with the label and is releasing an album in 2014, featuring the single “Happy” from the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack. For this song, Pharrell has been nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song.

Pharrell Williams (born April 5, 1973), also known simply as Pharrell is an American singer-songwriter, rapper, record producer, musician, and fashion designer. Williams and Chad Hugo make up the record production duo The Neptunes, producing soul, hip hop and R&B music. He is also the lead vocalist and drummer of rock, funk, and hip hop band N.E.R.D, which he formed with Hugo and childhood friend Shay Haley. He released his first single “Frontin’” in 2003 and followed up with his debut solo album In My Mind in 2006.[1] His second album, G I R L was released on March 3, 2014. As part of The Neptunes, Williams has produced numerous hit singles for various recording artists. Williams has earned seven Grammy Awards including two with The Neptunes. He currently owns a media venture that encompasses entertainment, music, fashion, and art called i am OTHER. He is also the co-founder of the clothing brands Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream.

It was announced in December 2013 that Williams had been nominated for seven Grammy Awards, including Producer of the Year. In the same month, a press release from Columbia Records announced that Pharrell had signed a contract with the label and is releasing an album in 2014, featuring the single “Happy” from the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack. For this song, Pharrell has been nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song. In February 2014 Major Lazer announced they would be releasing a five-track EP titled Apocalypse Soon on the 25th of that month. The EP, released via Mad Decent and Secretly Canadian, will feature Pharrell and Sean Paul, among others. The first single off the EP, which features Pharrell, is titled “Aerosol Can”. Pharrell contributed a verse to Future’s February 2014 single “Move That Dope”, which also featured Pusha T and Casino over production from Mike Will Made It. On February 18, Pharrell announced via Twitter that his sophomore album, G I R L would be released on March 3, 2014

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MAMiMagazine Lisa Alxzandria is an R&B Singer and Actress from Pennsylvania. The young artist made her debute in 2013, when she starred in the S. Charli Production’s stage play “BLUE”, which ran at the Independence Seaport Theater in Pennslanding. ‘BLUE’ was ranked in the top 10 of most talked about productions in Philly in summer of 2013. In addition to her appearance in the popular production, Lisa released her first single “Running Back To You”, and music video. The song was written and produced by Independent Record Label: Stackhouse Entertainment Experience and is available for purchase on iTunes, Amazon, Rhapsody and all other digital stores. In November 2013, Lisa Alxzandria signed to Mami Muzic Label. Working with Lord Algie Dewitt, publisher of Mami Magazine and Producer of Mami Muzic. This new collaboration is going to take Lisa Alxzandria to the next level on her journey to a successful career in the entertainment industry. You can catch this artist performing in public showcases, watch videos on YouTube, listen and download music on Reverbnation and iTunes.

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