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TABLE OF CONTENTS

.03. Off the Cuff: 5 Tips for the Fella’s Ryan Wagner .05. Nothing Common: Entrepreneur Spotlight on Deb Mazuer .06. All the Things You Want: Entrepreneur Spotlight on Ashley Murphy .07. Teen Fashion Takeover: Summer Accessorized Penn Beldock .13. Stylist Secrets: The Perfect Blow Out Mallory Lynn .15. Shopping Staycation: Boulder

.19. Trend Report: Fringe Favorites Lacey Spruce


.21. Neighborhood Spotlight: Capitol Hill Ashley Kidder .25. Sips & Style: Stylish Eats & Drinks Around Town Lucille Wenegieme .27. From Photos to Patterns and Pops: Entrepreneur Spotlight on Brittany Brennan & Lindsay Naughton .28. Simple Men from Steadbrook Entrepreneur Spotlight on Nathan, Dustin and Mackey .29. ColoPop: Summer’s Fashion that Pops .33. Denver Style Events .35. The Resource Guide Boutiques | Designers | Beauty | Style Professionals | Bloggers


DENVER STYLE MAGAZINE

DENVER STYLE STAFF

HEATHER OKIMOTO

KELSEY BIGELOW

Editor-in-Chief, Stylist @321Chic

Doer of Everything, Photographer @kelseybigelow

The Interns ARIANA DUFOUR Social Media Manager @dufourartanddesign

SAMANTHA BREWERS Editorial Intern @sjsteed

BRANDY SAUZO Blogger + Special Events Intern @bn_odyssey

CAILYN MACDONALD Client Relations Intern @cailuil

BRANDON DOUGHERTY Photography Intern @b.p. dougherty

EMILY DOHERTY Blogger Relations Intern @emilynicoledoherty

Contributors RYAN WAGNER Off the Cuff @bespokeedge

LACEY SPRUCE Trend Report @myboringcloset

PENN BELDOCK Teen Fashion Takeover @teenfashiontakeover.denver

ASHLEY KIDDER Neighborhood Spotlight @XODenver

MALLORY LYNN Stylist Secrets to a Perfect Blow Out @mfbmallory

LUCILLE WENEGIEME Sips & Style @theblackvelveteen

Subscriptions are available for $35 (for 4 issues). Please visit www.denverstylemagazine.com or contact info@denverstylemagazine.com Denver Style Magazine is operated locally by Denver Style Magazine, LLC, and independently owned and operated publication located in Denver, CO. Although some parts of this publication may be reproduced and reprinted, we require that prior permission be obtained in writing. Denver Style Magazine is available for purchase in select salons, boutiques, specialty stores, and studios throughout the Denver Metro Area, and is available for free in local hotels and visitors centers. Please visit www.denverstylemagazine.com for a location near you, or contact kelsey@denverstylemagazine.com if you would like copies placed at your business. We do not necessarily endorse the views expressed in the articles and advertisements, nor are we responsible for the products and services advertised. We welcome your idea, articles, and feedback. Visit www.denverstylemagazine.com to learn more about our staff, contributors, community events, and localized branding solutions. Denver Style Magazine, LLC is located in The Studio Denver at 4950 Washington St. Ste. 200 Denver, CO 80216

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EDITOR’S LETTER:

DENVER’S STYLISH PIONEERS Issue No. 2 is not just another release because Denver Style Magazine is not just a magazine. We’ve changed and grown. Denver Style Magazine continues to evolve, mature, and expand because Colorado is thriving. Dwellers from small towns, mid-towns, islands, and high-rise filled skies are choosing to be in Denver’s mountain view, bike to happy-hour, and small-business friendly city. Like stylish-modern day pioneers to a new land, they bring their tastes, knowledge, and experiences. Denver is pioneering new designers, photographers, and professional stylists while continuing to grow a retail industry of new boutiques, mobile shopping concepts, and locally-owned online stores. Denver is the center of American Style. Sprinkled through the pages of Issue No. 2 are new boutiques, trends, designers, and Style Bloggers. But we’re more than this issue. Denver Style Magazine is a community. I invite you to visit our website, attend Monthly Mix + Mingles, or grow your business through our Style and Branding Workshops. Whether you’re in search of a new salon, boutique, or opportunity to connect with a fashionable community. Denver Style Magazine is your stylish home. I am more than thrilled to have a front row seat to the flourishing fashion scene and ecstatic to be sharing new staff, features, salons, stylists, and introduce you to Denver’s first Fashion, Style, and Beauty listing, The Resource Guide. See you soon and Stay Stylish, Heather Okimoto Editor-in-Chief, Creative Director Photo by Kelsey Bigelow | Wardrobing by Common Era + Mildred & Bernice Jewelry

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OFF THE CUFF

Written by Ryan Wagner, Bespoke Edge @bespokedge Photos by Demi Deherrera, Delphian Park Photography @demidearest

Afternoon storm warnings and hot days -such an unlikely juxtaposition can mean only one thing: Summertime in Denver. The warm weather provides us men the opportunity to shed layers and dress like the savvy, athletic and entrepreneurial men that we are. Menswear is getting a little more manly this season. Now, I should be clear that a nicely tailored fit isn’t going anywhere, but what I am starting to see is a rebound from the skinny menswear trend. All of those skinny ties and suspenders and belts are beginning to grow just a little. Belts are widening and classic wingtip shoes are pushing their way back into the limelight. Also, the trend towards more robust accessories is something that can’t be ignored. Thick leather wallets and even sunglasses made of non-traditional materials are becoming mainstream. Check out some of the items I found and you’ll see what I mean. Rock those blues and accessorize like John Wayne was looking over your shoulder.

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5 TIPS TO KEEP MEN LOOKING SHARP TIP ONE SHIRTS Choose a dress shirt with a collar strong enough to stand up all on its own and a fabric with some real character. Check, houndstooth, chevron; whatever it may be. You probably have enough conservative shirts at home, so make this the year you try something a little more interesting.

TIP TWO

PANTS

Selvage jeans aren’t going anywhere, but consider adding another style to your lineup. The Steven Alan pants I found at Armitage & McMillan are made of a breathable cotton, but are still hefty enough to keep you comfortable should a cool breeze find you. And in case you were wondering, it’s completely OK to not wear jeans to the office.

TIP THREE

BELTS

Good news fellas, that big belt you like wearing? Well, it’s finally in style! Western-style belts are back, so opt for a large buckle and something a little less shiny than you may ordinarily wear.

TIP FOUR

SHOES

This is the year that you need to start sporting some quality wingtips. And unless your feet are exceptionally moisture prone, skip the socks on the warmer days. Our stylish European cousins are on to something - going sockless is a great look.

TIP FIVE

ODDS & ENDS Get yourself a robust leather wallet, like the one I found from Bespoke Pedaler, and a pair of wooden sunglasses (seriously) that I scooped up from Sully & Co. Both items are a subtle nod to our mountain lifestyle. Dress sharp, guys.

-Ryan

Get Ryan’s Look: Custom Premium Shirt, Bespoke Edge @bespokeedge Chino Pant, Armitage & McMillan @armitageandmcmillan Odds & Ends: Belt, Sully & Co @sullyandco Wallet, Bespoke Pedaler @bespokepedaler Shwood Sunglasses, Sully & Co @sullyandco Find out more about these boutiques in The Resource Guide.

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ENTREPRENEUR SPOTLIGHT

NOTHING COMMON: DEB MAZUER

Written by: Samantha Brewers

@sjsteed || Photo by: Laura Noll, Prettyography @prettyography_

Fashion never stands still; it is forever changing to the rhythm of each individual personality. The goal of Common Era is to reflect all that is in this present moment, and to provide you with all the fashion necessities of the current time. Debra Mazur, owner of Common Era, expresses her own fashion sense through her business, challenging and inspiring shoppers to do the same. Debra maintains a friendly, approachable atmosphere at Common Era. As a stylist, she will help dress you head to toe. As a courteous, understanding woman, she keeps the perfect balance between respecting your fashion boundaries, and pushing you to empower yourself. If you feel yourself shining through your clothing, she has done her job. Does she stick to the trends? In the words of Debra herself, “no, no, no, absolutely not!” Nothing comes through the doors of Common Era unless she has fallen in love with it; the store is a reflection of her style and personality. One important concept she recognizes, giving her the ability to connect with anyone who walks through the door, is the importance of timeless clothing. She works with a variety of age groups, making sure to bring in styles anyone can feel comfortable in. She believes that clothing is the supporting cast to your true self. Debra Mazur is a dreamer who built her vision from the ground up. Her compilation of experience and success has shaped her into the ideal role model to those with similar goals. Her life advice to you – “You must love it so much, that you never grow tired of it, and it never drains you. That it empowers you and fuels you simply by doing it. Tap into whatever it is that makes you feel alive.” Her ultimate goal is to challenge you with your sense of style. Your clothing will never overpower who you are, but the confidence you feel when you take a risk has the ability to tap into your sense of empowerment. “The

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ENTREPRENEUR SPOTLIGHT

ALL THE THINGS YOU WANT:

ASHLEY MURPHY

Written by: Samantha Brewers @sjsteed || Photo by: Chelsey Pas, Friends and Lovers Photography @friendsandloversphotography At age six, Ashley Murphy sat alongside her mother and learned how to sew. A purple satin dress with a matching headband later, and she was hooked. High school came along, and sure enough she took on the challenge of making her own prom dress. Taking her creativity to the next level, she earned a degree in textiles, clothing and design. Her passion for creation started small, and evolved as she progressed through life. Today, you can purchase her quality creations at her very own store, Mildred + Bernice. Most goals begin with a simple thought. For Ashley, an idea flashed through her mind after a series of frustrating shopping experiences. After many instances of searching long and hard for jewelry she found appealing, she pondered the thought – why not make it myself? After living in New York and experiencing the vast and dynamic street style presented to her, she found the inspiration within to bring her ideas to life. “I first started making wood jewelry with a hacksaw in my Brooklyn apartment. Life then brought me to Denver where I learned traditional metalsmithing techniques, which has opened many doors of creativity – and here we are today!” said Ashley. Named after her two grandmothers, whom she adored, Ashley pushes to make Mildred + Bernice a quality brand you can trust. Over the years, she has grown to appreciate quality over quantity. She values a timeless product that is to be cherished for generations. With today’s market of mass produced jewelry, quality can be hard to come by. “Most of the collection is made with 14 karat gold, the quality that will last a lifetime. It isn’t the piece you buy, wear two times and forget about after three months. It is made with intention to be uncomplicated, effortless and timeless,” said Ashley. Not only does she appreciate a quality product, but also deeply values the journey that led her to Mildred + Bernice. “I love to love. I am so grateful for this life I live, and the people in it. Nothing makes my heart more full than looking back at each stage of my life and appreciating where it has brought me. I love to love, and that is that!”

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TEEN FASHION TAKEOVER Written by Penn Beldock, Teen Fashion Takeover @teenfashiontakeover.denver Photos by Gina Khrestsov, Galerisa Photography @galerisaphotog Makeup by Nicole Ramirez, Pretty Bride Shop @prettybrideshop

What’s a busy girl to do when you have so many fun events coming up and so little time to shop? The answer is simple. Take one perfect outfit and accessorize it three different ways. Voila! I would love to have a different outfit for every occasion, but I don’t have a Beyonce sized closet or wallet. Finding a basic piece like a dress, skirt, or romper, is the smart way to make the most out of your closet. Summer in Denver is a great time for me to begin attending a wide variety of hip events that all need a different look. My basic look starts with a blacklace romper from local online boutique, Patterns and Pops. Located in the Highlands, Kismet and Starlet have the perfect pieces to transform this basic romper into three different looks that are summer-fun ready.

-Penn

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SUMMER ACCESSORIZED

OUTFIT ONE DENVER’S STYLISH EVENTS

Being a blogger, student, and musician is hard work, but rewarding. My blog, teenfashiontakeover.com allows me to attends some of Denver’s hottest fashion events. This summer is no exception and Starlet Boutique makes it easy for me to find all of the accessories I need to change my ensemble. Add the perfect array of light blue accessories to really jazz it up. Get Penn’s Look: Clutch, Polka Dot Watch, Statement Necklace & Blue Ring, at Starlet @shopstarlet

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OUTFIT TWO CONCERT COOL

Summer concerts at local theaters and Red Rocks gives me the perfect opportunity to dance the night away. Pairing this look with locally designed glass jewelry shines in the lights and a lightweight cream-leather jacket pulls together a flawless look for cool summer nights. Ashoulder bag keeps my tickets, phone, and lipgloss nearby. Get Penn’s Look: Earrings, Necklace, Purse at Kismet @kismetaccessories Jacket at Inspyre Boutique @inspyreboutique

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School’s out and I am vacation ready! The black romper is the perfect traveling piece because there’s no need for ironing and just a few accessories change the entire look. Intricate gold earrings, a wristlet, sunglasses, and an elephant patterned infinity scarf make it easy for me to be effortlessly stylish while on-the-go. Get Penn’s Look: Scarf, Earrings, Wristlet, Sunglasses at Kismet @kismetaccessories

OUTFIT THREE VACATION READY

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SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION

DENVER’S MOBILE FASHION BOUTIQUES

Whorl ON WHEELS

@whorlshop

Denver street boutique @denverstreetboutique

Whorl On Wheels aims to bring a refined collection of women’s ready to wear pieces, accessories and home goods to the Denver community. We focus on bringing good things to great people, emphasizing on style that leaves a mark.

The Street Boutique is a Fashion Truck selling fashionable, moderatelypriced women's clothing, jewelry and accessories across a variety of styles.

denverfashiontruck

dapper & Dame

@denverfashiontruck

We have forty + local designers on both truck and bus, as well as vintage goods and art. Our local goods include screen printed tees, upcycled and handmade items. We also have goods for both men and women!

@dapperndame

Womens | Mens | Kids Styling | Online | Parties | Local Delivery A mobile fashion experience for everyone, anywhere.


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STYLIST SECRETS: THE PERFECT BLOW OUT Written by Mallory Lynn,

@mfbmallory, Hairstylist & Colorist at D’Ametris Salon, Arvada, CO

Being a stylist at D’Ametri’s Aveda Salon I am always hearing I wish I could style my hair like you! I am going to give you some tips on how to create a fabulous blow out, in four easy steps. Use a heat protectant when using any type of heat on your hair including a blow dryer. The tools to achieve a salonstyle blow-out are: a paddle brush and a round brush (two if you want volume) your favorite blow dryer!

STEP ONE Fringe First.

STEP TWO Section

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Out. Help control those pesky colicks by stylings your fringe (bangs) first.Using your paddle-brush, brush fringe back and forth isolating the air towards the direction you are brushing until 70 - 80% dry. Then start shaping your fringe towards the direction you want them to lay. Create fringe with a deep sweeping part, just like our model.

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After drying 70-80% of your hair, section your hair from ear to ear and make two to three sections towards the back of your scalp (depending on the thickness of your hair) making each section approximately the width of your round brush.

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Flash Fab Tips: • Keep a nozzle on your blow dryer to isolate air-flow and prevent fly-aways. • Using two round brushes will create fabulous volume and cut down on your blow-dry time! • Try D’Ametris Dry Shampoo. Just sprinkle at your roots and brush through.

STEP THREE Hold + Cool.

STEP FOUR Twirl, Girl!

Work the front section first moving towards the back and from the bottom each section towards the top.

Twirl the round brush out of your hair to create movement in your blowout. If you’re wanting volume, pull the brush up (not down) when brushing through. Twirl the brush away from your face to open up your fabulous features.

Use a flexible-hold hairspray and let your hair cool on the round brush to set your style.

Makeup by Tawna Coose

@tawnacmua

Wardrobe by Birds & Belles Boutique

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SHOPPING STAYCATION: BOULDER Written by: Heather Okimoto

@321Chic|| Photos by: Kelsey Bigelow

@kelseybigelow

Denver doesn’t have to be your shopping destination. Towns big and small throughout this great state are home to hidden shopping secret, and this first installment of Shopping Staycation takes us to Boulder. Our Editor, Heather Okimoto, took a quick 40-minute drive on the highway to discover some of Boulder’s best shopping, great places to eat, stay, and be pampered. Beautiful and magnificent are flimsy words to describe the breathtaking rugged and intense backdrop of Boulder. This part college, part ski, part international destination-town, welcomes influxes of visitors and residents alike while maintaining a warm-quaint feel and providing amenities not available to smaller town. Family owned businesses, boutiques, and eccentric eateries line the award winning Gold-Level Walk Friendly Community streets of this small town and Happy Hour is never too early. Boulder is the perfect quick getaway to discover in an afternoon, or overnight. Our stops take us a Tea House that was given to the city of Boulder by the mayor and people of Dushanbe, Tajikistan, a nail salon that’s also home to a great selection of gifts and candy bar for clients. An afternoon wouldn’t be complete without Happy Hour at Boulder’s poshest spot and a couple of boutiques with something for everyone, including yourself.

The Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse The cultural significance of a teahouse in Central Asia relates to the gathering of friends to catch up and chat over a cup of tea. Specifically created for Boulder by their sister city of Dushanbe, Tajikistan, this tradition was brought to us with hopes that we too, can sit down and enjoy the company of our friends and family. In addition to the tradition, we are also graced with the presence of the beautiful building itself. The entire interior and exterior was hand painted and carved (no power tools used!) in Tajikistan. Offering a unique cultural experience with their wide selection of world cuisine, wall-to-wall layout of handmade artwork, and not to mention the amazing tea, the Boulder Teahouse is must see location. The Boulder Teahouse, 1770 13th St in Boulder www.boulderteahouse.com Read more about Owner, Lenny Martinelli on the Entrepreneur Spotlight blog at DenverStyleMagazine.com/blog

Also Nearby Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art , 1750 13th St. Boulder Farmer’s Market, 1900 13th St. Wednesdays and Saturdays through October Boulder Creek Path

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Ten20 Nail Salon The stylish dĂŠcor and welcoming atmosphere are two captivating elements of Ten20, a Nail and Waxing Spa. Sit down in a cozy chair, snack on some M&Ms and Diet Coke, and let the friendly, talented staff take care of the rest! Whether you desire a simple afternoon getting pampered with your friends, a bridal party get together, or even a corporate event, the salon caters to a wide variety of requests. Ten20 breaks the trend by finding a medium between the regular nail salon and a high-end spa. They provide quality service in a hip, modern setting, for and an affordable price. Their wonderful sense of style follows them all the way to their gift shop; be sure to browse on your way out! Ten20 Nail Salon, 2005 Pearl St. in Boulder www.ten20.tv Read more about Owner, Margaret Miner on the Entrepreneur Spotlight blog at DenverStyleMagazine.com/blog

Also Nearby Boxcar Coffee Roasters, 1825 Pearl St. Chelsea, 1646 Pearl St. Mountain Sun Brewery, 1535 Pearl St. 16


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The St. Julien Hotel & Spa

Make Happy Hour at Jill’s on the patio a must. The extensive bistro style menu served from 4-6 p.m. features a show stopping charcuterie board alongside salads, pizzas, and sandwiches. Jill’s award-winning wine list, cocktails, and local brews will keep you hydrated, relaxed, and dancing ready. Test your new dancing shoes at the Terrace free live music nights, Tuesday through Sunday during the summer months. If an overnight stay is on your agenda, take the stress away with the Pre-Arrival concierge to book your in-room spa and amenities like a Colorado basket complete with lip-balm, beef jerky and chocolate to prepare you for your excursions. The St. Julien Hotel & Spa, 900 Walnut St. in Boulder www.stjulien.com

Alpine Modern Elevate your modern mountain lifestyle at this hip and minimal boutique of good for your human, pet, and home. The collaboration of photographers, doers, designers, explorers, and writers, produces a magazine, cafe’ and boutique of jewelry, books, blankets, knitwear, and designer axes. The carefully curated items is the perfect stop to find locally branded gear and find a unique gift for the mountain cool friend in your life. Alpine Modern Shop, 2037 13th St. in Boulder www.alpinemodern.com Read more about Owner, Lon McGowan on the Entrepreneur Spotlight blog at DenverStyleMagazine.com/blog

Also Nearby Nod & Rose Storehouse, 1220 Spruce St. Poppy, 2098 Broadway The Boulder Theatre, 2032 14th St.

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Common Era Fashion never stands still; it is forever changing to the rhythm of each individual personality. The goal of Common Era is to reflect all that is in this present moment, and to provide you with all the fashion necessities of the current time. Living her absolute dream, Debra Mazur fills Common Era only with clothing she adores, and her favorite vintage accessories. Stop in and let her put that fabulous taste to use, and she will style you head to toe! Catering to a wide variety of age groups, she aims to provide an ageless selection of clothing. Love the Denver store? Have a completely different experience at the Boulder location with an entirely different set of inventory! Common Era, 1500 Pearl St. in Boulder www.mycommonera.com Read more about Owner, Deb Mazur in the Entrepreneur Spotlight on p. 5 or at DenverStyleMagazine.com/blog

Also Nearby Organic Sandwich Company, Corner of Pearl & 16th Two Sole Sisters, 1703 Pearl St. Fabricate, 2023 17th St.

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TREND REPORT

Shop Local for Fringe Paisley Print Fringe Kimono, Meraki Moon Boutique @shopmerakimoon Fringe Tote, Stitch Boutique @stitchboutiquedenver Cowboy Booties, Plato’s Closet Denver Gold Fringe Earrings, Rustic Thread Boutique @rusticthread Find out more about these boutiques in our Resource Guide.

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FRINGE FAVORITES

Written by Lacey Spruce, My Boring Closet @myboringcloset Photos by Nino Silva, Dress to Tell @dresstotell

While unpacking from a recent move, I came to a startling realization -- I have a LOT of clothes. Okay, maybe it wasn’t a startling realization. As a fashion blogger, I am constantly adding to my collection, but I also like finding ways to reinvent older pieces. This means I am growing my closet and rarely getting rid of older items, which has proved to be problematic when it comes to storing these items, but incredibly beneficial when it comes to exploring trends! People are always telling me, “Go through your closet and if you haven’t worn it in a year, get rid of it.” A year?!? There’s no way! Just because I didn’t wear it a year ago, doesn’t mean I won’t wear it in the future! I never thought I would want to wear my old overalls again or my mom’s old bellbottom jeans or my beat up Doc Marten’s, but that’s the great thing about trends--they come and go, but they always come back. Case in point, fr i nge. How many of you rocked a fringe shirt back in the day? How about a fringe leather bag? I bet you’re wishing you had kept those items, right?

Right now, the 70’s are back. Big time, Especially the fringe trend! Fringe accents were all over the place at New York Fashion Week, and everyone from Target to J. Crew to BCBG Max Azria is taking note. One way to rock this trend without looking like you just went through a shredder is to pick up a few pieces with fringe accents and incorporate them into your existing wardrobe.. The fringe jacket from Stitch Boutique and the fringe kimono from Meraki Moon are just two of my favorite items. For those of you looking for something more subtle, the fringe earrings or small accessories are great ways to add a little bit of flair to your look. Or, just grab a pair of scissors and get creative!

-Lacey Get Lacey’s Look Lennon Bellbottoms, Meraki Moon Boutique Black Suede Fringe Jacket, Stitch Boutique Sunglasses + Black Fringe Clutch, Common Era Black Suede Hat, Rustic Thread Boutique Find out more about these boutiques in our Resource Guide.

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NEIGHBORHOOD SPOTLIGHT CAPITOL HILL Written by: Ashley Kidder XO Denver

@xodenver || Photos by: Kyla Fear Photography

@kfearlessphotography

Five years ago, I moved to Capitol Hill to follow a boy, my one college love. Initially, I had chosen my 350-square foot studio apartment on Poet’s Row for its unbeatable price ($495 for a studio -- what?!), location and character.

The proximity to Civic Center Park, the 16th Street Mall and LoDo was a huge seller for me, as was the relaxed atmosphere of the area. he first summer months felt like a scene out of a movie like The Sandlot; sun, tank tops and drinks on the patio. Cut to present day, where I have learned that Capitol Hill is much more than just an affordable, centrally-located Denver neighborhood.

It is the heart of the Mile High, the reliable old friend in a city whose urban fabric is continually stretching and evolving.

I As a huge chunk of Denver remains under construction, Capitol Hill provides comfort as the constant in a sprawling metro area of change and upwards innovation. Five years later, it’s clear that I’ve left my heart in Cap Hill, and I am sure you will, too.

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Art: KIRKLAND MUSEUM OF FINE & DECORATE ART

Stay & Brunch: CAPITOL HILL MANSION BED & BREAKFAST

Give: PANDORA ON THE HILL

1311 Pearl St.

1207 Pennsylvania St.

220 E. 13th Ave.

www.kirklandmuseum.org

www.capitolhillmansion.com

www.pandoraonthehill.com

While the Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art enjoys a

Yes, this is a classically cute place to stay if you are visiting from

Jump start your Christmas shopping early this year at Pandora On

healthy following on Denver’s TripAdvisor listing, it is sadly missed

out of town, or even taking a staycation in the city. However, the

The Hill, one of Cap Hill’s long-standing family-owned businesses

by many residents of the Mile High. Featuring a plethora of art from

true beauty of the Capitol Hill Mansion Bed + Breakfast lies within

featuring an extensive variety of gifts for anyone. After one visit to

local painter Vance Kirkland (amongst other artists), this museum

its brunch, which operates from just after Mother’s Day until the

this true Pandora’s box, you’ll find presents for your quirky friends (a

gives the Little Mermaid’s treasure trove a run for her money.

weather becomes too chilly for patrons. Owner + chef Carl Schmidt

faux-leather bacon wallet, a dashboard Jesus figurine, a

is a master of the kitchen, and if you’re lucky enough to get a table

slingshot sock monkey) and something for those who prefer normal

Leave the kids at home (those under 13 are not allowed) and go

(advanced reservations are required), order the soufflé and get ready

fare under the tree (rose petal bath products, locally crafted jewelry,

on the hunt at this rad gallery. Bonus points if you can find the lone

to book a room to nap off the inevitable food coma.

vintage-inspired aprons).

Read: KILGORE BOOKS + COMICS

Get Fit: MOREY NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER

Tour: COLORADO STATE CAPITOL

624 E. 13th Ave.

840 E. 14th Ave at Morey Middle School

200 E Colfax Ave.

www.kilgorebooks.com

www.mnc.dpsk12.org

www.colorado.gov

Hand-drawn signs guide you around this cozy bookstore, which

Wanna get fit but can’t splurge on a pricey monthly gym member-

Get your nerd on at the Colorado State Capitol Building, where free

features floor to ceiling shelves full of books both old + new.

ship? Support your local Denver Public Schools while getting ripped

tours operate Monday through Friday, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Request

Kilgore Books + Comics awesomely features a wide range of

at the Morey Neighborhood Center, which doubles as Morey Middle

a reservation through Colorado’s official website, as the tours are

local cartoonists in their Kilgore Quarterly publication, and many

School during the day. On Mondays and Wednesdays, adults can

incredibly popular, especially during the legislative session spanning

more graphic novels from local talent fill the counters. A bumper

drop in from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm for $3 and use the gym, weight

until May. Climb even higher above 5,280 feet and opt to tour the

sticker outside the shop reads, “Kilgore Books + Comics Loves You.”

room and pool. Yoga, pilates, Zumba and even knitting classes are

dome, a quick 99 steps to the top.

Clearly, the feeling is mutual.

offered. At these killer low rates, you can definitely afford to treat

piece by Dali in this expansive, 4,000-item collection.

yo’ self. Events: MOLLY BROWN HOUSE

Eat & Drink: OBLIO’S CAP HILL TAVERN 1225 Logan St.

Get Outfitted: BUFFALO EXCHANGE

1340 Pennsylvania St.

www.oblioscaphilltavern.com

226 E. 13th Ave.

www.mollybrown.org

www.buffaloeexchange.com Get your vintage fashion fix and swing by the Molly Brown House

A fresh face among the turn-of-the-century feel of Capitol Hill, Oblio’s Tavern arrived at 12th and Logan a little over a year ago and

Bring in your gently used threads and spice up your wardrobe at

Museum’s temporary exhibit Diamonds in the Daytime, running

I’ve been in a committed relationship with the lobster roll sandwich,

the hippest clothing shop in Cap Hill, especially if you’re looking for

through to August 30. Diamonds in the Daytime showcases the

one of the joint’s signature items, ever since. All meat and no fluff,

funky sunglasses, as Buffalo Exchange has the grooviest collection

eternally-transforming fashion as a reflection of social change during

this dish is jam-packed with fresh Maine lobster, flown in daily to the

of mod and offbeat shades.

the Gilded Age and through the Great Depression, as seen through the eyes and in the clothes of Molly Brown.

tavern. Pair it with one of the many local beers on tap and enjoy the fresh Colorado breeze on Oblio’s newly-crafted open air patio.

In addition to housing trendy threads and accessories, Buffalo Exchange routinely partakes in philanthropic efforts.

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SIPS & STYLE

Wrritten by: Lucille Wenegieme, The Black Velveteen

@theblackvelveteen || Photos by: Autumn Cutaia

@autumncutaiaphoto

While growing up in Denver, I learned the true importance of a work-life balance. I learned that it was just as important to go above and beyond in my job, as it was to enjoy life and the outdoors. My blog, The Black Velveteen, although often mistaken for a children’s book and sometimes a music album, is actually named after a brilliantly balanced beer cocktail of stout andchampagne. Like many other Denverites, I enjoy the ‘play-hard’ part and the Mile High gives us a ton of reasons to. Local restaurants, pubs, lounges, and art bars are popping up on corners, in old warehouses, trucks, and hotels, and I’m giving you style ideas to try around town. My Sips & Style series on the Denver Style Magazine blog is your behind the scenes look at local sips, eats, and most importantly, what to wear. Try something bold in a speakeasy, or stay casual for tapas. Find your next Friday date-night look, or Sunday Funday outfits from local boutiques and designers. The Black Velveteen, features photoshoots I style, outfit ideas, and words of womanly wisdom. My balance of feminine silhouettes and bold details is every reason to have fun with fashion. Let me help you stylishly balance your life with more Sips & Style. On the Denver Style magazine blog now.

Get Lucille’s Looks At Fab’rik Denver @fabrikdenver & Inspyre Boutique @inspyreboutique Find out more about these boutiques in our Resource Guide, page 35 and check out Sips & Style at DenverStyleMagazine.com/Blog

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STYLISH EATS & DRINKS AROUND TOWN

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ENTREPRENEUR SPOTLIGHT

FROM PHOTOS TO PATTERNS AND POPS: LINDSAY NAUGHTON & BRITTANY BRENNAN Written by: Samantha Brewers

@sjsteed || Photos by: Kristina Lynn Photography & Design

Two girls, a beautiful friendship and a mutual love for all things fashion: in other words, Lindsay Naughton and Brittany Brennan, the perfect team. Before Patterns & Pops, the girls found joy in expressing their style through their personal Instagram accounts. After being contacted by numerous brands to promote their clothing, they came to the realization that they could go beyond this level. Why not promote their own clothing? Ready for a career change anyways, they held their breath, booked two tickets to Vegas and went on their first buying trip. On the trip, they purchased their first five pieces of clothing and hoped their followers would be just as excited as they were. Turns out, they were! Years in the past, the girls became acquainted during their time of employment at a photography studio, and naturally began bonding over similar interests – “dancing, celebrity gossip, wine and most importantly fashion,” said Lindsay. After developing an everlasting friendship and launching Patterns & Pops, they instinctively fell into their roles based on their personal strengths. “Lindsay is a doer, so she naturally wears a lot of hats. She is in charge of making sure our inventory is organized and that our pretty packages get to our clients without any hiccups. I am in charge of our Instagram and creating content for our followers. We both double as models, steamers, customer support, and support for each other,” said Brittany. As far as the style of clothing they carry, you can get the sense of it from the name; Patterns & Pops! They go for bright, fun and of course, patterns. The goal is to provide women with outfits that will turn a head, and spark the question – “where did you get that?” The essence of Patterns & Pops is based on the spirit and carefree attitude given off by Lindsay and Brittany. By putting together their skills and passions, they established the perfect outlet for their creativity. Where does their inspiration come from? “I have always been inspired by all of the great women in my life. They fought to give me the opportunities that have been presented to me and now I get to pay it forward,” said Lindsey. “I always felt that if I created long lasting friendships and surrounded myself with really great people that things would just have a way of working out. So in that sense, interactions with people I love inspire me to live a happy life,” said Brittany. Not even a year into their business, and they have created quite a name for themselves. Just two best friends, living the dream.

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ENTREPRENEUR SPOTLIGHT

SIMPLE MEN FROM STEADBROOK NATHAN KIRKPATRICK, MACKEY SATURDAY & DUSTIN PACE Written by: Samantha Brewers

@sjsteed || Photo by: Luca Venter

@lucaventer

Owned by a trio of talented individuals, Steadbrook is the perfect blend of graphic designers and coffee enthusiasts. Offering a selection of skate/surf influence menswear and freshly made coffee, they allow you to get your caffeine and shopping fix all in one trip. Why coffee, you ask? “It’s really because of our desire to get to know people, and get to know Denver as a community,” said Nathan. To give you a better feel for this three-man shop, here’s a little breakdown. Dustin is the man behind the coffee, actually roasting the beans in the back room of the store (giving the room that comforting aroma!). Nathan and Mackey are both graphic designers, working on the clothing aspect of the business. “Its kind of like all three of us are pursuing our own passions within the store,” explained Nathan. One design element they take pride in is their knack for simplicity and attention to detail. In order to further explain the mission behind their work, they relate to a powerful statement found on the label of the brand, Norse Projects –“the mark of true luxury is not the grand gesture, but the simple things done well.” This philosophy directly reflects the values upheld by Steadbrook. What sets them apart from other men’s clothing stores in Denver is their understanding and nostalgia for the culture of their target market. Growing up around skate shops shaped them in their youth, and helped establish their identities. After growing out of the scene, starting this business helped fill the void, reconnecting them with their love for skate/surf culture. “Denver is a big city that feels like a small one,” said Nathan. Stores like Steadbrook give Denver the illusion of a smaller size; they work to connect and get to know their community. If simplicity, quality, and great taste in men’s street-wear fashion, make your next stop Steadbrook.

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THIS PAGE & BACK His Engine Red Shirt Steadbrook Her ‘Denver” Dress Giddyup Find out more about these boutiques in our Resource Guide, page 35


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Start a fashion scene on the streets of Denver with these local looks that pop. Get down and dirty with denim overalls, stay fresh and clean in all white, and Giddyup in the Denver Dress.

COLO POP

THIS PAGE & COVER Her Denim Overalls, Tote, Shoes and Accessories Common Era His denim look Steadbrook Find out more about these boutiques in our Resource Guide,


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PHOTOGRAPHY BY: KYLA FEAR

@KFEARLESSPHOTOGRAPHY

HAIR: MALLORY LYNN

MAKEUP: TAWNA GEE COOSE MODELS: RILEY MCKELVEY

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MONTHLY MIX & MINGLES Connect with Denver’s most stylish community of bloggers, photographers, brands, entrepreneurs and stylish people. #dsmcommunity

LAUNCH PARTIES & TRUNK SHOWS Shop from Denver’s most stylish new brands, boutiques, services, and products.. .before everyone else. #dsmservices

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Mix with fashionable friends, grow your business, and be the first to know. #dsmevents


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DENVER STYLE WORKSHOPS Grow your stylish business, your way, with our expertise. #dsmworkshops

MARK YOUR CALENDAR July 23rd- Whorl Shop Mix & Mingle August 13th- Fab’rik Mix & Mingle August 20th - Stylist Secrets Workshop September 24th - Goldyn Mix & Mingle September 30th- Shooting with a Stylist Workshop

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DENVER’S GUIDE TO THE MOST STYLISH... A LINE BOUTIQUE Women’s Boutique || Greenwood Village www.aline-online.com @alineboutique

COMMON THREADS Consignment Boutique || www.commonthreadsboulder.com @dapperndame

FANCY TIGER Men’s + Women’s Boutique || S. Broadway www.fancytiger.com @fancytigerclothing

JIBERISH Men’s Boutique || Platte www.jiberish.com @jiberish

AILLEA BEAUTY Beauty Boutique || Larimer Square www.aillea.com @ailleabeauty

DAPPER & DAME Mobile Fashion Boutique www.dapperandame.com @dapperndame

FRINJE Women’s Boutique || Larimer Square www.frinjefashion.com @frinjefashions

JUDITH & JOE Mobile Fashion Boutique www.judithandjoebus.com @judithandjoe

ALPINE MODERN SHOP * Accessories + Home Goods || Boulder www.alpinemodern.com @alpinemodernshop

DENVER FASHION TRUCK Mobile Fashion Boutique www.denverfashiontruck.com @denverfashiontruck

GARBARINI Women’s Boutique || Cherry Creek www.garbarinishop.com @garbarinishop

JEWELIUS Women’s Boutique || Highlands @jeweliusdenver

ARMITAGE & MCMILLAN * Men’s Boutique || Platte www.armitageandmcmillan.com @armitageandmcmillan

DENVER STREET BOUTIQUE Mobile Fashion Boutique www.denverstreetboutique.com @denverstreetboutique

GOLDYN Women’s Boutique || Highlands www.shopgoldyn.com @shopgoldyn

KISMET ACCESSORIES Women’s + Accessories || Highlands, Greenwood Village www.kismetaccessories.com @kismetaccessories

BERKELEY SUPPLY Menswear Boutique || Wash Park www.berkeleysupply.com @berkeleysupply

DIVISION WEST Men’s Boutique || Cherry Creek www.divisionwest.com @dvsnwest

GRACIE’S Women’s Boutique || Pearl www.graciesonsouthpearl.com @graciesboutique

LALOVELY VINTAGE Vintage Mobile Fashion Boutique www.lalovelyvintage.com @lalovelyvintage

THE BESPOKE PEDALER * Men’s and Women’s Boutique || Platte www.thebespokepedaler.cc @bespokepedaler

DRAGONFLY APPAREL Women’s Boutique || Highlands @dragonflyapparel

HAILEE GRACE * Women’s Boutique || Larimer Square www.haileegrace.com @haileegraceboutique

LOVELY BOUTIQUE Women’s Boutique || Arvada www.lovelyboutique.net

BIRDS & BELLES BOUTIQUE * Consignment Boutique || Wash Park www.birdsnbellesclothing.com @birdsnbelles

EMAGE DENVER Men’s + Skate Boutique || Platte www.emagenetwork.com @emage_denver

ILY || ILEY Women’s Boutique || Highlands www.ily-iley.com @ily_iley

BOP & MOE Online Boutique www.bopandmoe.com @bopandmoe

FAMILY AFFAIR Men’s & Consignment Boutique || Down- INDYINK town Men’s + Women’s Boutique || S Broadway www.familyaffairdenver.com www.indyink.com @familyaffairdenver @indyinkdenver

BUFFALO EXCHANGE * Consignment Boutique || Capitol Hill www.buffaloexchange.com @buffaloexchangecolorado

FAB’RIK DENVER * Women’s Boutique || Littleton www.fabrikstyle.com @fabrikdenver

COMMON ERA * Women’s Boutique || Platte & Boulder www.mycommonera.com @commonera 35

INSPYRE BOUTIQUE * Women’s Boutique || Highlands, Cherry Creek, Park Meadows www.inspyreboutique.com @inspyreboutique

MEEK VINTAGE Vintage www.meekblog.com @meekvintage

MERAKI MOON * Online Boutique www.shopmerakimoon.com @shopmerakimoon

PANDORA ON THE HILL * Accessories || Capitol Hill www.pandoraonthehill.com @pandoraonthehill

PATTERNS & POPS * Online + Mobile Women’s Fashion Boutique www.patternsandpops.com @patternsandpops


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BOUTIQUES PINK’S STRAIGHT FROM LA Women’s Boutique || Bonnie Brae www.pinksdenver.com @pinksdenver

SOUS LE LIT Women’s Boutique || Platte www.souslelit.com @souslelit

VAUX VINTAGE Vintage www.vauxshop.com @vaux_shop

PLUM CONSIGNMENT Consignment Boutique || Stapleton www.plumgood.com @plum_consignment

STARLET BOUTIQUE Women’s Boutique || Highlands, Broadway www.shopstarlet.com @starletboutiques

VELVET WOLF Women’s Boutique || Littleton www.velvetwolf.com @velvetwolfboutique

PURELUX BOUTIQUE Women’s Boutique || Highlands www.pureluxboutique.com @pureluxboutique

STEADBROOK * Men’s Boutique || Broadway www.steadbrook.com @steadbrook

WHORL SHOP Women’s + Mobile Fashion Boutique || Highlands www.whorlshop.com @whorlshop

RAGS CONSIGNMENT Consignment Boutique || Highlands, Cherry Creek, Boulder www.iloverags.com @iloverags

STITCH BOUTIQUE OF DENVER Women’s Boutique || Highlands www.stitchboutiquedenver.com @stitchboutiquedenver

RATIO CLOTHING Men’s Boutique || Highlands www.ratioclothing.com @ratioclothing

STRUT Accessories || Highlands www.strutdenver.com @strutdenver

WISH BOUTIQUE Women’s Boutique || Wash Park www.wishdenver.com @wishboutiquedenver

ZOE’S BOUTIQUE Consignment Boutique || Wash Park www.shopwithzoe.com * FEATURED BRAND, BOUTIQUE,

RUSTIC THREAD Women’s Boutique || Highlands www.rusticthread.com @rusticthread

SHOP BILLIE Online Boutique www.shopbillie.com @shopbillie

SIMPLY GUAPA Mobile Fashion Boutique www.simplyguapa.wordpress.com @simplyguapa

SNEAKS Shoes || Colfax www.sneaksindahouse.com @sneaksindahouse

SUB ROSA MERCANTILE Accessories || Sunnyside www.subrosamercantile.com @subrosadnvr

SULLY & CO Men’s Boutique || Jefferson Park www.sullyandco.com @sullyandco

TOUR DE FASHION CO Mobile Fashion Boutique @tourdefashionco

THINGS YOU WANT * Vintage || Sunnyside www.mildredandbernice.com @mildredandbernice

STYLE PROFESSIONAL, OR BLOGGER FEATURED IN ISSUE NO. 2

THE RESOURCE GUIDE Denver’s most comprehensive list of fashion, style, and beauty brands, boutiques, style professionals,and fashion influencers. Find more at DenverStyleMagazine.com Reserve your space in ISSUE NO.3 Contact Us: info@denverstylemagazine.com

TWIRL BOUTIQUE Women’s Boutique || Pearl www.thetwirlgirl.com

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DESIGNERS 50 DRESSES BY TESS VIGIL Clothing Designer www.50dresses.com @tessvigil

CHARM CITY SOLE Shoes www.charmcitysole.com @charmcitysole

LAMANBLU Clothing Designer www.lamanblu.com @lamnablu

PINETOP WORKSHOP Leather Accessories www.pinetopworkshop.com @pinetopworkshop

ABBY SPARKS Jewelry Designer www.abbysparks.com @theabbysparks

CONCRETE COAST CLOTHING Clothing Designer www.concretecoast.com @concretecoast

KNOTTY TIE CO Menswear Accessories www.knottytie.com @knottytie

PRIMARY TIES Menswear Accessories www.shopprimary.com @shopprimary

ADORN JEWELRY Jewelry Designer www.madebyadorn.etsy.com @adorn,jewelry

CONVOY GOODS Handbags & Leather Goods www.convoyco.com @convoygood

LANDMINE DESIGN Jewelry Designer www.landminedesign.org @landminedesign

THE AMMO WOMAN Jewelry Designer www.theAMMOwoman.com @theammowoman

ELIZABETH KAY Clothing Designer www.elizabethkay.com @elizabethkayapparel

MAHIMA BAGS Handbags www.mahimabags.com @mahima_bags

SPARKLE AND STONE Jewelry Designer www.sparkle-stone.com @sparkle_and_stone STEPHANIE O Clothing Designer www.stephanieodesigns.com @stephanieodsgn

ANNE FRANKLIN DESIGNS Jewelry Designer www.annefranklindesigns.com @annefranklindesigns

ELI AND BARRY Jewelry Designer www.eliandbarry.bigcartel.com @lilyschlosser

MILDRED & BERNICE Jewelry Designer www.mildredandbernice.com @mildredandbernice

ARROWROOT CLOTHING Clothing Designer www.shoparrowroot.com @shoparrowroot

ESARSI Shoes www.esarsi.com @esarsi

MINUS THE DART Menswear Accessories www.minusthedart.com @minusthedart

AUGUST INK Clothing Designer www.augustink.com @augustink_

FIELD & FIELD Handbags & Leather Goods www.fieldandfield.com @fieldandfield

MKALTENBACH Jewelry Designer www.mkaltenbach.com @m_kaltenbach

BECKI COAKLEY Shoes www.beckicoakley.com @beckicoakley

GIDDY UP KATIE * Clothing Designer www.etsy.com/shop/giddyupkatie @giddyupkatie

MONDO GUERRA Clothing Designer www.mondoguerra.com @mondoguerra

BESPOKE EDGE Menswear Designer www.bespokeedge.com @bespokeedge

GINO VELARDI Clothing Designer www.ginovelardi.com

MOORE COLLECTION Clothing Designer www.moorecollection.com @moorecollection

HEATHER & HIDE Handbags & Leather Goods www.heatherandhide.com @heatherandhide

MISSION WEAR Handbags www.themissionwear.org

BLADE & KNOLL Jewelry Designer www.bladeandknoll.com @bladeandknoll BROOKS LTD Clothing Designer www.brooksltd.net @brooksltd CANNED GOODS Jewelry Designer www.cannedgoods.net @cannedgoodsco CAPRA CASHMERE Clothing Designer www.capranepal.com @capranepal

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HIM CLOTHING Menswear Accessories www.himclothing.com @himclothingllc HIPPO KISS CREATIONS Jewelry Designer www.hippokisscreations.weebly.com @hippokisscreations IMMINENT RISE Clothing Designer www.imminentrise.com @imminentrise

NATIVE CLUTTER Jewelry Designer www.nativeclutter.com @nativeclutter NEET CLOTHING Clothing Designer www.theneetshop.com NINOX Clothing Designer www.ninox.cc @ninoxdesign

TOPO DESIGNS Backpacks & Handbags www.topodesigns.com @topodesigns TRICKS & GINGER Jewelry Designer www.tricksandginger.com @tricksandginger URBAN BABY CO Clothing Designer www.urbanbabyco.com @urbanbabyco VALENTICH BAGS Backpacks & Handbags www.valentichbags.com @valentichbags VOORMI Clothing Designer www.voormi.com @voormi WESTERN RISE Clothing Designer www.westernrise.com @western_rise WILDFLOWER MOON Jewelry Designer www.wildflower-moon.com @wildflower_moon WINTER SESSION Handbags & Leather Goods www.winter-session.com @winter_session * FEATURED BRAND, BOUTIQUE, STYLE PROFESSIONAL, OR BLOGGER

ORIGINAL HARDWARE Jewelry Designer www.originalhardware.com @originalhardware

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AUTUMN CUTAIA PHOTOGRAPHY * Photographer www.autumncutaia.com @autumncutaiaphoto DANIEL SILVERMAN Photographer www.danielsilvermanphoto.com @danielsilverman

DELPHIAN PARK PHOTOGRAPHY * Photographer www.delphianpark.com @demidearest

DONNA BALDWIN MODELING AGENCY * Modeling Agency www.donnabaldwin.com @donnabaldwinagency GALERISA PHOTOGRAPHY * Photographer www.galerisablog.com @galerisaphotog JILL CARTER Stylist www.jillcarterstylist.com @jillcarterstylist KELSEY BIGELOW PHOTOGRAPHY * Photographer www.kelseybigelowphotography.com @kelseybigelowphotography

KRISTINA LYNN PHOTOGRAPHY & DESIGN * Photographer www.kristinalynnphoto.com @kristinalynnphotography KYLA FEAR PHOTOGRAPHY * Photographer www.kylafearphotography.com @kfearlessphotography

LATHAM JR PHOTOGRAPHY * Photographer www.lathamjrphotography.com @LathamJrPhoto LUCA VENTER PHOTOGRAPHY * Photographer www.lucaventer.com @lucaventer NINO SILVA | DRESS TO TELL * Photographer www.dresstotell.com NOAH BERG PHOTOGRAPHY Photographer www.noahbergphotography.com @noahbergphotography

PAYTON B PHOTO Photographer www.paytonbphoto.com @paytonbphoto PINK PAISLEY EVENTS Event Planning & Florist www.pinkpaisleyevents.com @pink_paisley_events

PRETTY BRIDE SHOP * Makeup Artist www.prettybrideshop.com @prettybrideshop

PRETTYOGRAPHY * Photographer www.prettyography.com @prettyography

SAMEERA AHMED * Makeup Artist www.makeupbysameera.com

SFERE Environmental Stylist & Designer www.sfere.co @sfere_co STYLE ME DENVER Stylist www.stylemedenver.com @stylemedenver TARA POLLY PHOTOGRAPHY * Photographer www.tarapolly.com @tarapollyphoto TAWNA COOSE * Makeup Artist www.tawnacoose.com @tawnacmua TIFFANY JOSEPHS Life Coah www.tiffanyjosephs.com @styleyourlifewithjoy

VICTOR FOSSEN PHOTOGRAPHY Photographer www.clickpicvic.com @clickpicvic WARRIOR STYLIST Stylist @warriorstylist WORTHWHILE STYLIST Stylist www.myworthwhilestyle.com URBAN SAFARI PHOTOGRAPHY * Photographer www.urbansafariphotography.com @urbansafariphotography * FEATURED BRAND, BOUTIQUE, STYLE PROFESSIONAL, OR BLOGGER FEATURED IN ISSUE NO. 2

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BEAUTY 303 FACE + BODY www.etsy.com/shop/303FaceBodyDenver @303_Face_Body

GLO MINERALS www.gloprofessional.com @glominerals

PROPER BARBER www.properbarbershop.com @proper_barber

5280 HAIR www.5280hair.com @5280hair

GLOW FOR A CAUSE www.glowforacause.com @glowforacause

REMY & ROSE www.remyandrosesoap.com @remyandrose

AOB MEDSPA www.aobmedspa.com @aobmedspa

HAVEN 80205 www.haven80205.com @haven80205

SHOPZOELIFE www.shopzoelife.com @shopzoelife

AILLEA BEAUTY www.aillea.com @ailleabeauty

INKED BY DANI www.inkedbydani.com @inked.bydani

STARLING SALON www.starlingsalon.com @starlingsalon

AND THE PEOPLE www.and-the-people.com @and_the_people

LIVE BEAUTIFULLY www.etsy.com/shop/LiveBeautifullyBody @livebeautifullybody

STEEL AND LATHER www.steelandlatherbarber.co @steel_lather

APOTHECARY TINCTURA www.apothecarytinctura.com @atincture

LOVE, ANGELINE www.loveangeline.com @loveangelinepolish

TEN20 NAIL SPA www.ten20.tv @ten20boulder

BAM HAIR www.bamhairservices.com @bamhair

LUMBERJACK OILS www.lumberjackoils.com @lumberjackoils

THREE CUTTERS SALON www.threecutters.com @threecutters

BANG SALON www.bangsalon.net @bangsalon_washpark

MATTHEW MORRIS SALONS www.matthewmorrissalon.com @mmsalondenver

UBER CHIC NAIL BOUTIQUE www.uberchicboutique.com

BASECOAT NAIL SALON www.basecoatnailsalon.com @basecoatnailsalon

MINGLE COSMETICS www.mingleandmansome.com @minglecosmetics

VERT BEAUTY www.vertbeauty.com @vertbeauty

BUBBLE BAR SOAPS www,bubblebarsoaps.com

MY SWEET HONEYBEE SOAP www.shop.mysweethoneybeesoap.com

WAXING THE CITY www.waxingthecity.com @waxingthecity

CRISP BARBERSHOP @crispbarbershopcolorado

MY HAIR TRIP SALON DENVER www.myhairtrip.com @myhairtripsalon

* FEATURED BRAND, BOUTIQUE, STYLE PROFESSIONAL, OR BLOGGER

D’AMETRIS SALON www.dametris.biz

NAKED GOAT FARM www.nakedgoatfarm.com @nakedgoatfarm

FIG & YARROW APOTHECARY www.figandyarrow.com @figandyarrow

PRETTY ROUND THE CITY www.prettyroundthecity.com @prettyroundthecity

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BLOGGERS AFTERNOON STYLE www.afternoonstyle.com @afternoonstyle

FOREVER ARROWS www.foreverarrows.com @foreverarrows

PRETTYOGRAPHY www.prettyography.com @prettyography

ALWAYS BRIGHT LIFE BLOG www.alwaysbrightlife.com @misslexie

FRANNIE PANTZ www.franniepantz.com @franniepantz

RAE EVERYDAY www.rae-everyday.com @rae_everyday

THE BLACK VELVETEEN * www.theblackvelveteen.tumblr.com @theblackvelveteen

HALEEB & HONEY www.haleebandhoney.com @haleebandhoney

RANTI IN REVIEW www.ranti-in-review.blogspot.com @rantiinreview

BOXES & JARS www.boxesandjars.com @boxesandjars

JET SET HEART www.jetsetheart.com @jetsetheart

THE RESOURCE GIRLS www.theresourcegirls.com @theresourcegirls

CHIC ON THE PEAK www.chiconthepeak.org @chic_on_the_peak

KARISSA MARIE www.karissamarieblog.com @karissamariie

ROOTS & WHIM www.rootsandwhim.com @hsleve

CHIC TALK CH www.chictalkch.com @chictalkch

LIFE MODIFIER www.lifemodifier.com @lifemodifier

THE SECRET IS HAPPINESS www.thesecretishappinessblog.com @talshooster

THE CITY BLONDE www.thecityblonde.com @stephanie_danielle

LILY SCHLOSSER www.lilyschlosser.com @lilyschlosser

SILHOUETTE AND STYLE www.silhouetteandstyle.com @silhouetteandstyle

CLOTH AND MAN @clothandman

THE MIDDLE CLOSET www.themiddlecloset.com @themiddlecloset

THE SPITFIRE MOM SOCIETY www.spitfiremomsociety.com @thespitfiremoms

THE CONFASHIONIST www.theconfashionist.com @irmalaliashvili DANDIZETTE www.dandizettemagazine.com @DandizetteMag DARLING BE DARING www.darlingbedaring.com @darlingbedaring DEBONAIR GENT www.debonairgent.com @chriscdelatorre DENVER STREET STYLE www.birdsnbellesclothing.com @birdsnbelles DENVER SOCIALITE www.birdsnbellesclothing.com @birdsnbelles DIPPED IN YELLOW www.dippedinyellow @dippednyellow FASHION DENVER STYLE www.fashiondenver.com @fashiondenverstyle FIRST CLASS FASHIONISTA www.firstclassfashionista.com @firstclassfashionista

MILE HIGH THRIFTER www.milehighthrifter.blogspot.com @milehighthrifter MODA PRINTS www.modaprints.com @modaprints MOLLY ROSE STYLING www.mollyrosestyling.com @mollyrosestyling MY BORING CLOSET * www.myboringcloset.com @myboringcloset

STYLISH RUBBISH www.stylishrubbish.com @averysay STUDIO9720 www.studio9720.com @studio9720 SWEET AND SAUER www.sweetandsauer.com @mallorysauer TEEN FASHION TAKEOVER * www.teenfashiontakeover.com @teenfashiontakeover.denver

NOMAD BLOG www.nmdblog.com @smoffatt23

THAT WORKING GIRL www.thatworkinggirl.com @thatworkingirl

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