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IN THIS ISSUE f i n d something for you
CHLOE: READY TO WEAR
7 WOMEN’S EDITORIAL
INTERVIEW WITH CERI HOOVER
22 BYE TO BLACK
#GIRLBOSS A BOOK REVIEW
25 BEAUTY EDITORIAL 31 TIPS AND TRICKS
SPRING HAIR TRENDS
34 CONTOURING AT HOME 37 LILLY FOR TARGET 40 TRENDS SPREAD 45 ELEGANCE IS NOT DEAD
47 YOGA VS. PILATES 49 STAFF FAVORITES
MURSE NO MORE MEN’S BAGS
51 MEN’S EDITORIAL
letter from the editor W
ow! This past semester has been a complete whirlwind but I wouldn’t have had it any other way! I know every past Editor-In-Chief starts with “I can’t believe I am sitting here writing this” but I truly can’t believe I am... It was my dream to work on CLUTCH before I even came to Florida State, so saying thank you to my amazing team of directors for creating the best issue we have ever seen! I am absolutely honored to be the Editor-In-Chief of such an amazing team of directors. From our early morning photo-shoots, to our late Monday night meetings, I wouldn’t have wanted to spend my semester with anyone else! To our readers, we hope that you will enjoy CLUTCH Magazine’s revival! Our idea behind this issue’s creative process was to bring back all the best This idea also translated over to our photo-shoots when we picked our favorite trends from decades of the past! This letter wouldn’t have been complete without a special shout out to my right hand man and Creative Director – Mia Lepp – from random roommates in Ragans Hall, to not only my best friend but also the Grace Coddington to my Anna Wintour, I can’t image having embarked on this journey with anyone besides you. We hope you come to love this issue of CLUTCH as much as we do –
staff Editor in Chief // Lauren Wynne Creative Director // Mia Lepp Managing Editor // Hayley Seawell art directors // christie childers + morgan wren content editors // laura durkalec + katelin kelley Photo Director // brooke larson Fashion Directors // Erica Gordon + shannon McKenney styling Directors // pierce gillette + bria blossom Menswear Director // Michael Peberdy Beauty Director // Claire LaRocca bookings Directors // casey siena + kaitlyn sutton advertising jackie siegel // laura hacker // katie cook // sarah roberts blog team felecity warner // hannah ross // ashlie head // natalie campion natalia cabrera // kailie wendt PR Director // Melissa Cederquist street team isabella bravo // brian garrafa // gannon long // janay holloway
Spring 2015: ready to wear Simple, elegant silhouettes are this spring’s must have look by Hannah Ross
hat is more chic than
Imagine waking up in the morning and stepping into an Clare Waight Keller, the creative director of the designer label Chloé, transforms the modern woman into a romantic, French daydream with her Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear collection. Keller struck gold by sticking to simple silhouettes that bodices. Her modest designs show that less really is more. The whimsical lace dresses are balanced by nononsense denim work wear. Slightly wedged gladiator sandals, paired with minimal makeup, and well-kept
hair top off each look. Since most people can’t just pop into Saks and walk out with a $2,000 Chloé dress, Keller’s collection provides inspiration forhow to shop this spring season. Shopping for pieces that are minimal with clean cuts and neutral colors is the best way to achieve the Chloé look. This collection makes it possible to look free flowing while still being put together. With a hint of 70’s style, the Chloé spring collection dresses women in a style that is practical while remaining beautiful.
Bubblegum & Bouffants
Photographed by: Daniel Shippy Scarf, $14, Curio; Solemio Shirt, $18, Olde Fields; Vince Camuto, $79, Pants, Dillards; Sunglasses, $10, Olde Fields, Shoes, Stylistâ€™s Own.
Kling Shirt, $58, Olde Fields; Mavi Pants, $98, Spriggs; Sunglasses, $10, Olde Fields; Shoes, Stylistâ€™s Own..
Dress, $28, Curio; Double Zero Jacket, $18, Olde Fields; Shoes, Stylistâ€™s Own.
Model 1: Gianni Bini Top, $89, Dillards; Necklace, Olde Fields. Model 2: Gianni Bini Top, $89, Dillards. Model 3: Person and York Dress, $89, Dillards.
Model 1: BCBG Generation Dress, $128, Cole Couture; Jacket, $25, Avant Garb; Earrings, Cole Couture; Shoes, Stylist’s Own.
Model 2: Michael Kors Shirt, $89.50, Dillards; Skirt, Stylist’s Own; Sunglasses, $10, Olde Fields; Necklace, Olde Fields; Shoes, Stylist’s Own.
Model 1: M Shirt, $44, Curio; Dress, $60, Olde Fields; Shoes, Stylistâ€™s Own. Model 2: Outfit Stylists Own.
Model 1: Alex Marie Jacket, $139, Dillards; Cremieux Shirt, $69, Dillards; Gianni Bini Skirt, $89, Dillards; Necklace, Stylist’s Own; Shoes, Stylist’s Own. Model 2: Lof Scarf, $24, Spriggs; Sunglasses, $10, Olde Fields. Model 3: Sugar Lips Dress, $79, Dillards; Tulle Jacket, $68, Cole Couture; Nixon Watch, $125, Spriggs; Shoes, Stylist’s Own.
Model 1: Mink Pink Top, $48, Cole Couture; 7 For All Mankind Pants, $162, Cole Couture; Headband, Spriggs; Purse, Cole Couture; Bourbon and Boweties, Prices Vary, Cole Couture; Shoes, Stylist’s Own. Model 2: Shirt, Stylist’s Own; Jacket, $30, Olde Fields; Skirt, Stylist’s Own; Sunglasses, $10, Avant Garb; Shoes, Stylist’s Own.
Model: Kling Shirt, $58, Olde Fields; Skirt, $18, Avant Garb; Necklace, Olde Fields; Kling Purse, $54, Olde Fields; Shoes, Stylistâ€™s Own.
Model 1: Shirt, $28, Curio; Skirt, $28, Curio; Kling Purse, $54, Olde Fields; Shoes, Stylistâ€™s Own. Model 2: Outfit Stylists Own
Model: Jacket, $72, Curio; Kling Purse, $54, Olde Fields; Bracelets, Cole Couture; Shoes, Stylistâ€™s Own.
A Little brown Bag An Interview with Handbag Designer, Ceri Hoover By Pierce Gillette
April, in Thomasville, Georgia my mother and I found a beautiful brown bag. Made with raw leather and impeccable out who created this beautiful purse. The bag was the Cooper Satchel and the designer is Ceri Hoover. Ceri is a designer based out of Nashville, whose company, Ceri Hoover Bags, has exploded since its birth in 2013. Originally an interior designer, Ceri had the idea to make a clutch after sewing a raw leather pillow and the rest has been history. With many readers who are interested in starting their own business ventures, I contacted Ceri for an interview and she was more than happy to oblige.
PG: You were an interior designer before venturing into handbags. What inspired you to
CH: I was manufacturing home decor products and obsessing over interior design (still do). I realized one day when making a cowhide pillow that if I folded it over, it would make a clutch. I wore it out and people seemed to like it. I knew I wanted a handbags organically made their way into my world.
PG: CH: Mostly through interior picks, but really, inspiration is everywhere. I try to keep my eyes open at all times hoping to come across a new design or color based on something that grabs my attention, whether it be an outdoor landscape or a vase design at an antique shop.
PG: What has been the biggest challenge youâ€™ve faced as an
you have for the Ceri Hoover the most rewarding experience
CH: The most challenging for me has been keeping up. The year because we had no systems in place to manage production. Luckily, my customers were willing to wait, but sometimes
CH: I’ve always been an entrepreneur so I knew I wanted to grow. I have my sights set on the Nordstroms and Steven Alans of the world, and I’m thrilled to be selling to 7 For All Mankind already!
“It is a huge compliment when someone you admire chooses to carry something you created.” backorders and production issues can kill the success of a small business. The most rewarding by far is having fellow designers carry my designs. It is a huge compliment when someone you admire chooses to carry something you created.
PG: Were you scared starting
PG: Many of our readers are interested in starting their own business ventures. Do you have
CH: Hire a business consultant point enough. I would have dodged a lot of curve balls if I had the direction needed from the beginning.
bye-bye black wardrobe (why it's time to break up)
by Isabella Bravo
Oh, monochrome; the most reliable, timeless trend to grace the fashion industry. It’s truly a wardrobe’s best versatile pieces. But it’s springtime blooming and life is teeming with color and change. Celebrate it with the transformative decision to add promise you’ll feel happier (and maybe even hotter) if you take my advice. I’m not going to act like my wardrobe hasn’t been all types of Fifty Shades of Grey, because it totally has. It’s my safety net when I’m at a loss for time and I always know the chances of picking a
piece that won’t match the other is slim. Some people make their monochrome wardrobe ‘a fashion crutch.’ If you want to celebrate a ‘new year, new you’ (forgive the cliché), or rather, the amazing individual you’ve always been, unique beyond comprehension, peach that make you smile. Try for a powder blue cardigan that makes you feel at ease when you shrug it on. Then, if you want to feel powerful and tailored, those edgy neutral ensembles will be there. Wear them with pride. That being said, you are not neutral, nor should your wardrobe be. Stand out. Celebrate! Dance in periwinkle pants!
a must read for the ambitious woman by Laura Durkalec You wake up every morning is as black as your fur, leather, and denim-clad wardrobe. You are a GIRLBOSS and you know it. One particular girl, among many of the fashionforward go-getters of this world can relate. Her name is Sophia Amoruso. She is the founder and CEO of NastyGal clothing and author of #GIRLBOSS. NastyGal is a $100 million with and
clothing, accessories, shoes for women.
In her book, Amoruso separates her advice into chapters titled, “So You Want to Be a #GIRLBOSS,” “Shitty Jobs Saved My Life,” “Money Looks Better in the Bank Than on Your Feet,” and many more. Her wit, straightforward blunt
advice and conversational tone will make it seem like you are talking to your best friend. Her tangible advice is something that will stick and is not easily forgettable. An important point that Amoruso makes is that success is not based on how well you did in high school or college. Which is something that is easily engrained in most of our generation’s brain. Through her novel, you’ll understand when she says it is more about “trusting your instincts and following your gut, knowing which rules to follow and which rules to break.” Throughout the book, there are also additional mini-bios at the end of some chapters from other GIRLBOSS’s alike. When reaching the end of the novel, you will have absorbed a bountiful amount of advice from many gals that have proved themselves to be very successful.
Photographed by: Phazon Mitchell Swimsuit, Topshop; Sunglasses, $10, Avant Garb.
27 Model: Swimsuit, Target; Sunglasses, $10, Olde Fields; Necklace, Stylistâ€™s Own.
Left to Right Model 1: Swimsuit, Avant Garb; Sunglasses, Triple Graces; Necklace, $50, Olde Fields; Bracelet, $24, Olde Fields. Model 2: Swimsuit, Victoriaâ€™s Secret.
Left to Right Model 1: Swimsuit, Avant Garb; Sunglasses, $10, Avant Garb; Necklace, $50, Olde Fields. Model 2: Swimsuit, Avant Garb; Necklace, Stylistâ€™s Own. Model 3: Swimsuit, Avant Garb; Sunglasses, $10, Avant Garb.
todayâ€™s lesson: 3 DIY Face Masks! by Natalie Campion
love to pamper my skin and doing it in the comfort of my own home is an added bonus. These 3 masks are my personal favorites due to how easy all of the ingredients in your pantry right now, which helps maintain your college budget. Also, there are many substitutes for each of the products so you can mix and match according to your own preference. Get creative!
The Aspirin mask: Best for acne-prone skin Ingredients: 1-3 Aspirin 1 Tablespoon of natural coconut oil 1 Tablespoon of warm honey Steps: 1. Crush the aspirin and mix in a few drops of water to form a paste 2.Add the honey & coconut oil into the paste as well 3. Apply to the face and allow to dry for 10 minutes 4. Rinse with lukewarm water
The Juice Mask: best for oily skin Ingredients 1 Tablespoon of lemon juice 2 egg whites 2 Tablespoons of honey 1 Cup of strawberries Steps: 1 .Combine all ingredients into a blender 2. Blend until the consistency of the ingredients is a thick paste 3. Apply to the face and allow to dry for 15-20 minutes 4. Rinse with cold water
The sugar exfoliator: for all skin types Ingredients 2 Tablespoons of sugar 3 Tablespoons of warm water Steps: 1.Stir the sugar into warm water until it melts. This is essential because if the sugar does not completely melt it will tear your skin. 2.Apply to the face in a circular motion rubbing away from the face 3.Rinse with warm water
2015 Spring hair trends
by Natalie Campion
All across the runway this spring, Bohemian waves, sleek ponytails and braids are taking
Bohemian Waves look. Designers like Alberta Ferretti, Tory Burch, Nicole Miller and many more incorporated this look into their Spring 2015 fashion shows.
sleek ponytails Grow out your bobs ladies - long hair is still in, and it looks like itâ€™s here to stay. Oscar de la Renta, Gucci, Guy Laroche, and many others, featured long slick ponytails for the spring. It doesnâ€™t get much easier then pulling your hair back, being comfortable and still being on trend.
loose braids Michael Kors and Marissa Webb nailed these looks during their spring fashion shows.
Contouring for Your Face Type: what’s best for by Morgan Wren
nless you spent the majority of your 2014 under a rock, chances are you’ve again, everyone’s face is seen the contouring trend take shoots to Kim Kardashian’s contouring has made its way into everyone’s daily makeup routine.
When done correctly, cheekbones, slim your nose, and highlight your best features. It’s With the many contour tutorials already existing on the web, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. though, so why wouldn’t the going to cover four of the most common face shapes: Round, Oval, Heart, and Square, and how to contour them. Once
The main idea behind contouring this shape is to add the appearance of angles to an otherwise soft face. To do this, start by sweeping your bronzer of choice under your cheekbones straight back towards the ear, then curve upward along your hairline. Then add highlighter down the nose, under the eyes, and on the forehead. Blend.
Because this is one of the lengthier face types, when contouring an oval face, the idea is to add shadows to create roundness. Use a highlighter on the cheekbones, forehead, and the bridge of the nose. Next, add bronzer under the cheekbones and chin. Blend.
Because this is one of the lengthier face types, when contouring an oval face, the idea is to add shadows to create roundness. Use a highlighter on the cheekbones, forehead, and the bridge of the nose. Next, add bronzer under the cheekbones and chin. Blend.
Because the heart shape is the most angular, the goal is to emphasize the existing angles without going overboard. Add highlighter on the forehead in a triangular shape. Then, add bronzer in diamond shapes on the chin and forehead. Blend.
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Lilly Pulitzer for Target by Ashlie Head
alling all ultra girly, super preppy, frenzied girls alike: Mark your Lilly calendars accordingly because Apr. 19, 2015 just might be your most “looked forward to” date all semester long. Lilly Pulitzer for Target is soon
to arrive in your favorite store, and all across campus you can hear long-time, avid Lilly shoppers reveling in excitement. Lilly for Target will designer pieces by a brand that has been beloved since the 60’s. Now that’s every college prep’s dream come true.
All you can desire for your summer oasis wardrobe can be found this spring at Target. This collection is going to be HUGE. The highly anticipated Lilly Pulitzer for Target collection has an outstanding 250 pieces that are sure to please women around
the country. Each piece owns the signature “Palm Beach” inspired Lilly lovers can’t get enough of. Count on Target being swamped with wide-eyed carts to the top with iconic bright shift dresses,
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Spring 2015 trends material girl miss independent
Dress, Gianni Bini, $129, Dillards; Alex Marie Jacket, $149, Dillards; Necklace, Stylist’s Own; Shoes, Stylist’s Own.
Photographed by: Daniel Shippy
Cardigan, Sisters Fur, $59, Spriggs; Flannel, $15, Avant Garb; Just Black Shorts, $25, Olde Fields; Necklace, $36, Spriggs; Shoes, Spriggs.
Shirt, Sugar Lips, $69, Dillards; Skirt, Dance and Marvel, $38, Cole Couture; Necklace, Stylist’s Own; Shoes, Stylist’s Own.
Dress, Cotton Candy, $49, Spriggs; Jacket, Stylist’s Own; Clutch, Stylist’s Own; Shoes, Stylist’s Own.
Elegance is not Dead by Natalia Cabrera
he chillier seasons shouldn’t be the only reason to show less skin. Women often choose clothing to try and make them what we strive for. The problem is that many women build their wardrobes to appeal to others, not themselves. Before choosing what clothes to wear or buy, women should recognize how beautiful and sexy they already are. The clothes don’t make the woman, the woman makes the clothes. The clothes don’t complement the woman, the woman complements the clothes. I’m not asking you to burn your favorite slinky LBD,
but rather I’m convincing you to show others how sexy you are, not how sexy your clothes are. For example, pairing a pleated and your favorite strappy nude heels is equally as sexy as highwasted, cheeky, pleather shorts with a crop top and wedges. right and complements you, it’ll give you one less thing to worry about. Instead of having to religiously tug on your shorts in because your crop top is the best possible you.
branding yourself in today’s modern world by Laura Hacker
Instagram envy is a widespread epidemic happening on an iPhone near you. One minute you are scrolling through your popular feed and the next you are 84 weeks deep into a complete stranger’s the angles piece together one never-ending collage. You easily get lost in the aesthetics and desire the lifestyle that they posses. Meanwhile, you look down at your empty bowl of cereal and realize you just let 45 minutes pass by. But what if Instagram could have
when implemented into your professional strategy—especially when applying for a creative
position. Instagram grants inside access into an individual’s unique qualities and provides more than just the every day résumé. What you wear, who you hang out with, a rad pic of your dog and that retro juice bar you went to last week help to say a great deal about yourself, in addition to work experience. When a job opportunity arises, you are competing against similar people. An employer will be zeroing in on what makes you stand out. A link to Instagram can provide the employer with an interactive portfolio that demonstrates examples of your work. Remember that Instagram is your tool. Take notice of the things you upload, what you create and the overall visual appeal. Next time you post
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Spring is here and you’re in need of a new workout regiment. You’ve heard about Jennifer Aniston’s yoga routine and the VS Angel’s passion for Pilates, but you can’t distinguish between the two. Have no fear - we’ve asked some local instructors to clear the air just for you.
Yoga Instructor, Leach Center - FSU
Pilates Instructor & Owner of FIRM
What does yoga mean to you? Yoga to me is mindfulness and compassion. This includes almost every activity you can think of, so long as you do it with the proper intention. Is yoga for everyone? Yes. Absolutely everyone.
No matter how hard we try to tell someone about our spiritual experiences, the words always fall short of what we truly felt. So if you
What inspired you to start taking Pilates? What inspired you to I began doing Pilates at the age of 13 when it became part of my required training as a dancer at my studio, before most people even knew what Pilates was. It became part of my life style, so becoming a
but are not limited to, weight loss, a stronger core, long and lean
of yoga, I encourage you to simply take a few classes and not worry
performance and injury prevention.
What are 3 to 5 words you would use to describe yoga?
Strength. Power. Control. Flexibility.
Contentment, Surrender, Calm, Love, and Mindfulness. What is the meaning and importance of the breath? Our breath is our engine. It is connected to our thoughts and our movement. Often times, people hold their breath while doing something physically tiring, but we do the same thing when engaged in a mental dilemma. Learning to control our breath and let our movements and actions align with them, you control in both your physical exercise as well as your thoughts.
3 to 5 words you would use to
How does Pilates differ from yoga? Pilates and yoga are very different that targets every major muscle group of the body and especially focuses on the core. Yoga is an esoteric practice with a mind-body connection. Both of these practices greatly compliment each other and I always recommend a balance of the two. Is Pilates for everyone? In my opinion, Pilates is for everyone. It is a low impact workout that all ages, shapes and sizes can
See what our directors have their eyes on this spring!
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NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer $29, Sephora Hannah Ross
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treat yo skin Frank $14.95, frankbody.com Kaitlyn Sutton
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Fekkai Hairspray $20, Fekkai.com Laura Hacker
Fly Art T Shirt $14.90-$19.90, rad.co Morgan Wren
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Shirt, Stylist’s Own; Smooth Sailing Clothing Co. Jacket, $79, Olde Field; Original Southern Marsh Shorts, Cole Couture; Sunglasses, Triple Graces; Shoes, Stylist’s Own.
54 Front cover, left to right. Model 1: Shirt, $12.95, H&M; Flannel, Stylist’s Own; Pants, Stylist’s Own; Hat, Stylist’s Own; Sunglasses, Triple Graces; Backpack, Stylist’s Own; Shoes, Stylist’s Own. Model 2: Jacket, Stylist’s Own; Shirt, $17.95, H&M; Pants, Stylist’s Own; Shoes, Stylist’s Own. Model 3: Lucky Brand Jacket, $149, Spriggs; Shirt, $16, Avant Garb; Hudson Pants, $188, Cole Couture; Sunglasses, $10, Olde Fields; Nikon Watch, $400, Cole Couture, Shoes, Stylist’s Own.
Above: Jacket, Stylist’s Own, Built Shirt, Spriggs; Shorts, $10, Avant Garb; Sunglasses, Triple Graces, Shoes, Stylist’s Own.
Left to Right: Jacket, Stylist’s Own; American Apparel Shirt, $20, Olde Fields; Flannel, Stylist’s Own; Pants, Stylist’s Own. Sweatshirt, $32, Olde Fields; Shorts, $12, Avant Garb; Hat, Stylist’s Own; Sunglasses, $10, Olde Fields.
Shoes, Stylist’s Own. Model 2: Shirt, $15, Olde Fields; Overalls, $25, Avant Garb; Shoes, Stylist’s Own. Model 3: Button Down, Stylist’s Own; Shorts, $12, Avant Garb; Shoes, Stylist’s Own.
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Left to Right (Indoor stairs) Model 1: Shirt, $14.95, H&M; Pants, $19.95, H&M; Oulm Watch, $35, Spriggs; Shoes, Stylist’s Own. Model 2: On the Byas Shirt, $29.95, PacSun; Shorts, $10, Avant Garb; Sunglasses, $10, Avant Garb; Back Pack, Stylist’s Own; Shoes, Stylist’s Own.
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“MURSE NO MORE” A MEN’S GUIDE TO TOTES
I know, I know, you’re probably thinking, “A tote bag for men? That’s totally a murse.” That’s where you’re wrong – tote bags are not only convenient accessories for men in our contemporary society, but have become a complete staple in menswear for everyday life. With their growth in popularity, these bags have been gracing
by Michael Perberdy
For some, this bag will push you out of your comfort zone – it’s a bit on the “murse” side. I’ve said before, we’re living in a contemporary society and it’s time to set aside those insecurities and accept menswear for all that it is. The shoulder bag goes great with a casual blazer and button up – make sure to play with some fun color pallets – and throw that bag on your shoulder!
The tote for all men in every society. Wear this with whatever you want, whenever you want. Dress it up, or dress it down. Casual totes come in materials of all kinds, and come in designs and colors. Find a trendy camo bag with some accent colors, a bright eye-catching bag, or even a solid black bag to carry around all of your essentials
TRAVEL BAGS This is where I find myself the most – a good travel bag proves to be a guy’s best friend. It can take your simple, comfortable t-shirt and jeans travel wear to a complete, yet comfortable outfit. Let’s not forget, this bag is the perfect carry-on, and will easily fit in an overhead compartment.
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