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regulars RUNWAY TO STREET: SUNGLASSES SPECIAL

rose colored glasses in the round american girl

SUCKERS

CODI BARBINI

CHRISTOPHER GOLDEN

IN retrospect

The new crown princes of the music industry

A equally stunning and captivating photo study for our showcase

A haunting photographic study of isolation

The legacy of a decade on our collective fashion psyche.

bohemian love child BRING THE SPIRIT OF WOODSTOCK BACK

blue with envy COOL TONES FOR A HOT SUMMER

DETAILS

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GET YOUR HANDS ON EVERYTHING FROM THE ISSUE

bohemian light

city flowers

circle’s bound

roadside attraction

Set your spirit free.

Blossom in the city

A wicker man inspired photostory from star photographer Harry Fellows

The truth behind the close up

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FINAL WORD

WORDS OF WISDOM UNTIL NEXT TIME

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Melinda Tarbell Harry Fellows Harry E. Fellows was born and raised in Washington D.C. where his mother bought him his first camera, by request, from a second hand store at the age of 14. His early experimentation with art was expressed through his interest in Graffiti. Harry could be found in the middle of the night, writing “Space” in the shadows and alleys of D.C. and Maryland. In college at the University of Colorado at Boulder, he studied to become a scientist, a herpetologist specifically, but found that he was much more drawn to his elective art classes. In 2001, Fellows enrolled at the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, and spent the next four years educating himself on the fundamentals of photography. In 2004 when he moved to New York City, where he assisted photographers such as Mark Seliger and Joshua Jordan. Since settling into his Williamsburg, Brooklyn studio, Fellows has been published in Nikki Style Magazine, Grand Sierra Magazine, Zink Magazine, Spanish Elle, Capital File Magazine, Blue, Mode St. Barts and others. In his free time, he continues to enjoy his love for nature and travel photography.

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Melinda Tbell is an inspired freelance fashion stylist known for her boundless energy and eye for detail. Her body of work exemplifies her ability to channel the unique spirit of her clients via dynamic use of fabric, form, texture, and color. Highly skilled at pairing clothing and accessories in fresh and unexpected ways, Melinda also brings an aptitude for organization, forward thinking, and results-driven commercial art. The result is passionate, insightful work that captures attention, exudes emotion, and ultimately tells a compelling style story.

Frankie Batista Frankie Batista is considered among the most talented and highly anticipated emerging photographers of his generation. The Miami born, Los Angeles based art director turned photographer has quickly garnered success with a diverse range of clientele, from record labels to top editorial fashion publications. Frankie focuses on creating compelling and emotive fashion-forward lenswork, with a commitment to capturing images that go beyond the boundaries of their printed page. Combining this fresh vision with a delicate attention to detail, his work exerts a sense of character all its own.

Tatijana Shoan Photographer Tatijana Shoan enjoyed early spring in New York by taking her model around the city and photographing her in the last designer spring collections. “The Brooklyn Bridge was particularly fun. The tourists went crazy!” Tatijana lives in NYC and is currently working on directing and filming a music video for rock legend, Joe Lynn Turner.

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There’s a delightful dishevelment to the Brooklyn-based band Suckers, a breezy quartet of pop-rock experimentalists who defy definition with every performance. They’ve drawn

Photography: Harry Fellows Stylist: Jessica Dell Groomer: Jamal Hodges

band a great disservice.

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overused comparisons to MGMT and Chairlift, but trying to fit them into a niche already carved by other artists is to do the

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Similarly, the band’s live shows have garnered much online attention, integrating interpretive dancers, projections and found instruments in addition to the Suckers’ already eclectic sounds. unpredictable repertoire, there’s little quartet’s the in else But like everything when we’re actually performing,” together comes it of “Most planning involved. headscarves and messy, beads, plastic donning for known who’s says Walker, join us and do things friends have just “we’ll stage, on make-up ue Bowie-esq into our performance.” ideas own their e incorporat to them to up it leave and we’ll say, soulless?) we dare (and, phed choreogra perfectly the from It’s a far cry or Grammys, but AMAs the of stages grand the populate often that ces performan and Walker has charm, band’s the of part ly undoubted is ty authentici that casual we’re going what upon intent more get to like “I’d short. stopping of no intention lighting voice insists, he show,” bigger a it make and ce-wise to do performan that seems it where show a to go to exciting more lot a “It’s m. up with enthusias live.” music your playing you just than rather visually, it behind there’s purpose

CONVENTIONAL is certainly not a word that has any place in the Suckers’ dictionary; from the surreal video for their infectious tune ‘Easy Chairs,’ in which the heads of the band members float through dreamlike skyscapes on insect bodies, to their chaotic live performances, the Suckers seem determined to buck expectations. While Walker admits that the dizzying video for ‘Chairs’ was actually the brainchild of Pan’s brother Craig, he’s eager to build on the kooky vibe the band captured for the track; “I’d rather have videos that leave people feeling awkward, creeped out, or inspired – otherwise, what’s the point?”

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It’s no surprise that Walker is drawn to making musical statements that push people out of their comfort zones, it’s apparently a habit he’s nurtured for quite some time.“I faked my own death once and basically had my entire hometown believing that I’d died in a knife attack in New Orleans,” he chuckles sheepishly, when asked to disclose something that readers might be surprised to know about him -- mission accomplished. “I guess it was more of a social experiment;

I wanted to see how far I could actually go and whether people would believe it or not. I felt bad afterwards, I guess I never really thought it through, or that they’d respond the way that they did!

Luckily for the music industry, rumours of Walker’s death were greatly exaggerated, and now the band is wholly focused on making a splash on the mainstream scene, or at least getting to a position where everyone can quit their day jobs. “Music is slowly becoming our lives, but we’re looking forward to the day we don’t have to rely on anything but playing music.”

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The Suckers are far from a one trick pony, though; if their multi-instrumentalism wasn’t proof enough of that, Walker also lets slip that he, Austin and Pan are visual artists in addition to musical maestros, with a background in painting and sculpting, but confesses that the sudden success of the band has curtailed his other artistic endeavours. “I kind of go all out in one direction and forget about everything else; if I’m exerting all of my energy into one thing, I feel like the outcome is going to be a lot better than if I’m spreading myself thinly amongst many things,” the singer reasons. We have a feeling that his single-minded focus will pay off; the band has climbed enough ‘Must Watch’ lists in the past year that their break-out credentials are all-but assured, and Walker is confident in the Suckers’ appeal. He doesn’t miss a beat when we go all high school on him, challenging him to predict where the Suckers will be in five years. “Hopefully at the Grammys,” he laughs. “Gotta aim big!” We have a feeling we’ll see them there.

Catch Suckers’ debut album, Wild Smile, out June 8. http://www.myspace.com/suckers

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“Our photographs are a reflection of our lives, feelings we have and have had, experiences we have lived, and memories we have made: each time representing a new piece of the same life. They are about traveling, moving, memory and our own ambiguity.”

”We remember what we want to. We relive things we believe we lived. The lack of memory, the malfunction of the brain – not allowing it to record or to remember – defines actuality.”

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“Each image is a reminder of a different place and feeling, or in some cases emphasizes a current feeling, which will undoubtedly pass: each time representing a new piece of the same life.” “There is something considerable in the familiarity of places one has visited and then visited again: each time representing a new piece of the same life. It’s almost as if growing up in a place gives you a name, a preconceived notion of who you are. Changing places changes that; as does returning. What does it mean to exist in one place, and then quickly move onto another: each time representing a new piece of the same life.”

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Third in line,

The two before me walked more

briskly, with more purpose. I just followed.

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It was dark outside. Exiting the small square house, walking through the small porch onto the cement path, the grass was un-kept, and weeds grew through the cracks.

Eyes down mostly, eyes shot up in the trees, there are people in the trees.

I think.

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The doors opened.

They slid sideways, there aren’t any seats, just tools. Standing there hunched. I’m too tall.

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Palms down flat on the bottom of the van. A tool comes down. It didn’t hurt, but it should have.

The white porcelain was cold against my back. I liked it.

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Matching the silence of the

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It opens, climb out, eyes on the ground. It is dark, too dark. Up hundreds of

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Through the mirror,

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We were driving across the country. We were in the desert. Looking out the back window I noticed little black dots hopping across the land. I turned around, there were more, some were flying, hitting the windshield. We had to slow down. I could smell them cooking on the heat of the car

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The Ocean from this or that side. This white cliff over that white cliff - one whiter than the other.

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We drank tea and ate strange sandwiches along the way. We talked about our families, the history of the places, but mostly we walked.

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The 1970’s were a turning point in fashion and in the development of a new lifestyle and politics.

In Retrospect:

By Eryka Clayton & Jessica Blosser

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Viewpoints began to shift to more liberal ideologies of equality, peace and freedom, all built on the bonds of friends and the support of one’s peers. This season’s fashions embody obvious similarities to the original time of bellbottoms and fringed leather jackets stemming from our own political happenings and societal changes.

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Bohemian Love Child Light fabrics and blooming nature influenced colors are always a benchmark indicating that summer has arrived. This June, glance back to the days of Woodstock to embody this romantic look.

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The dominating tone for hot, sunny days is on the cool side of the spectrum. Stretching from rich sapphire hues to muted sky blues, mix and match your favorite cool tones to get this cool as ice look of the season.

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With the adventurous spirit and artistic pursuit comes a lifestyle filled with unconventional gifts.

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CITY FLOWERS By Tatijana Shoan

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Guardians of the East, West, North & South Powers of Air, Fire, Water and Earth We thank you for joining in our circle and we ask for your blessing As you depart may there be peace between us Now and Forever Blessed be

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Another Roadside Attraction “The most important thing in life is style. That is, the

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Netiquette for Friends: Friend request: Accept 0 Ignore 0 While technology may have diluted what constitutes a “friend” these days what’s not to be overlooked is the value technology can add to the relationships we care about most. If you’re like most of us, you’ve traded in your Myspace account for Facebook, Twitter and a smart phone. High-speed internet provides us millions of pages of information and answers to our every question just a click away via Google or Bing. Living in the world of high-speed internet, handheld gadgets, iPads, and the biggest shift of advertising dollars in history, things can be a little over stimulating at times. Remember this. Time goes by fast. People go in and out of your life. You should never miss the opportunity to tell people how much they mean to you. And with today’s technology keeping in touch with friends has never been easier if you follow a few ground rules of online netiquette. Here’s are some online do’s and don’ts to strengthen the bond with your friends without ruffling any virtual feathers: • DO Send your bffs uplifting, motivational, or heartfelt text messages just to wish them a fabulous day and let them know you are thinking about them. • DON’T Rely on text messaging or instant messaging for anything important. • DO Eliminate mass texting suspicion by including personalized names in any text message that could be misinterpreted as a mass text. • DON’T Randomly walk away from online chats without indicating that you are done chatting. Common courtesy people. • DO Go online and send your bff flowers and sign the card, “Someone who thinks you’re special.” Guy, girl, doesn’t really matter. Why? Just because. • DON’T Put embarrassing or controversial pictures of friends online without their permission. You’ll thank me later.

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DO Have a presence in their online world – write something positive or uplifting on their Facebook wall. Follow them on Twitter. Get involved! DON’T Criticize, condemn, complain, or argue with friends online. Refrain from posting obnoxious comments on their profiles. DO Help your friends put their best foot forward online. Recommend their work or company on your blog. DO Respond via the same means of communication someone reached out to you in. However, it’s acceptable to be more personal (ie. return an email with a phone call). DON’T Inundate people with multiple messages if they’re not responding. DO Get your close friends to join Skype or use iChat video to make phone calls. It’s way cooler than your average phone call and it’s free. DON’T Hide behind technology to avoid conversations you’re putting off. DO Send your friends links to articles you think they will enjoy. DON’T Forward chain letters or jokes. They’re not that funny. If this is the only time you keep in touch online then you are officially known as “that guy/ girl” when you’re not around. DO Send e-cards. There are a number of free online sites that allow you to send your friends personalized e-greeting cards.

While nothing replaces the face-to-face bonding with our bffs, these days technology can be used effectively to fill the gaps. If your friends are technologically adverse, take the time to teach them a cool new way to keep in touch. Technology is our friend and it’s here to stay.

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