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THE POWER OF PERSONALIY


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OUTRE CREDITS EDITOR IN CHIEFS

SARAH BURLEY sarah@oture.com

ASHLEY GLOVER ashley@outre.com

CRE ATIVE DIREC TORS

SARAH BURLEY & ASHLEY GLOVER info@outre.com

PHOTOGRAPHY

RACHEL DWYER rrracheldwyer@gmail.com

CONTRIBUTORS

ROBERT CLARK JR, WHITNEY DOWNING, HEATER PARKER, KATE URSU

ADDRESS

103 SOUTH JEFFERSON STREET RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 23284

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STAFF

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EDITOR’S LETTER

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HEATHER PARKER

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WHITNEY DOWNING

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ROBERT CLARK JR.

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KATE URSU

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FALL TRENDS DECODED

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GET IN TOUCH

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EDITOR’S LETTER

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all, is a season known for its transitions. From the changing colors in the trees, to the cooler temps, fall in many ways is the epitome of change. This change is exactly how we feel out our inaugural issue of Outre. We are excited about moving into 2018 to create the most stylish, innovative, authentic, and budget friendly “zine” to grace Brandcenter. No small feat but we were up to the challenge!

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e were honored to produce The Studio Issue and hope you enjoy the Fall inspired looks with a graduate’s student budget in mind. We drew inspiration from rich colors like jade and camel to spotlight all the things we love about fall. But at the heart of this issue is to showcase individuality through personal style. Our goal is to continue to provide a platform that is inclusive to all. A special thank you to our creative team member Rachel Dwyer for taking our amazing photographs. Also a special thank you to our models- Rob Clark, Heather Parker, Whitney Downing and Kate Uru. Without you all this project could have never happened.

xoxo, Sarah and Ashley

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HEATHER PARKER “I love vintage clothing! Mixing and matchingdifferent styles to fit my mood is my thing. The thing I like about fashion is the freedom to try different things.”

BY ASHLEY GLOVER PHOTOGRAPHER RACHEL DWYER STYLIST SARAH BURLEY

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ou can find Heather shopping in her local thift store to not only find the best deals in town but to represent her own unique style. “The majority of my wardrobe is made of thrifted items. I like visiting thrift stores in the area and I sometimes spend 1-2 hours and walk away with a couple of things. It takes work but it’s definitely worth it.” Heather’s style can be described as the place where thrifting and street fashion meet. Heather believes that you shouldn’t judge a fashion book by it’s cover. Some of the grungiest thrift stores have the most mesmerizing, vintage pieces for a steal.

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t’s no secret, thrifting takes work. It’s not a normal shopping experience where everything is color coordinated, perfectly arranged by designer and season, you may have to even search for your size, but in the end thrifting is like hunting for gold, you never know what you may find but when you find it you know you have a gem. »

Blazer: Zara, Top: Forever 21, Bottoms: ThreadUp, Shoes: Shop Tobi

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WHITNEY DOWNING

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er grandmother was the type of woman to wear leather pants to an amusement park. It is this confident boldness that second year Art Director Whitney Downing appericates most about her current style. “Having a great sense of style is like paying homage to the greats before me.” I love that they have taught me so much about life and fashion.” Her sense of style can be described as-taliored mixed with statement pieces and neturals. On any given day the D.C. native can be found in the basement of Brandcenter sitting by her beloved heater and shopping for her next statement piece.

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Crew, Madewell, Zara and Need Supply Co. are just a few stores that Whitney partons. Whitney’s point of view is unqiue and playful just like everything she designs for her class projects. “My style is timeless and I hope to create great work just as effortless as I put together an outfit. »

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ROBERT CLARK JR.

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alking through the halls of Brandcenter in his camel colored trench Robert Clark, first year Creative Brand Manager sat down with me to share his perspective on his personal style. The Alabama native has had a full life already living in cities such as New York and San Francisco. Each area has added more depth and dimension to his already strong sense of style. The laid-back Rob spoke about how his style has been heavily influenced by street wear from the places has lived. If we looked in Rob’s closet today we would mostly see neutrals like black and white and the occasional pop of color of color.

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ut don’t let those neutrals fool you, Rob appreciates buying quality pieces as investment and low-end clothes for his seasonal basics. Finding the right mix of high end pieces and fast fashion pieces leaves Rob with the flexibility to make his closest how he wants it. If the gritty streets of New York were mixed with the sandy beach fronts of Venice Beach you would get Rob’s style. Causal, yet tailored, functional yet playful. These words all make up the man behind the clothes. Robert Clark.

“ Street wear is definitely an influence on my style. The cities I have lived in, New York, San Francisco, Alabama, all play a role in how I put pieces together . “

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KATE URSU “ I feel like my personal style shifts a lot, but I tend to pair comfortable pieces with statement items. I also like to incorporate pops of color when I can. “

OUTRE´ / ISSUE ONE Gray Jacket: Madewell, Pink Jacket-Thirfted, Top: American Apparel, Skirt: Urban Outfitters , Shoes: Aldo


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