ISSUE NO. 5
Denverâ€™s Complimentary Fashion, Style, Beauty Resource
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The warm Colorado sun isn’t the only thing heating up Denver this summer. With countless music festivals and concert line ups not to be missed, endless outdoor activities, and patios to spend the happiest of hours, the opportunity to be the most stylish you is in abundance. Boutiques, fashion trucks, and pop-up shops is how our city slays the style game and the talent that surrounds us is infectious. From DJ’s to Indie Pop, this issue is filled with chic influences to make your summer musically memorable and your snaps download worthy. Did you notice that Issue No. 5 is out sooner than all previous Denver Style Magazine issues? Our mission to connect our followers and readers with Denver’s local fashion, style, and beauty brands, businesses, and people has seen tremendous growth and we are committed to bringing you even more. Denver’s thriving retail scene, our staff, contributors, photographers, stylists, and talented individuals that passionately pour their heart and genius into each issue now make it possible to produce on a Bi-Monthly basis. We are in more boutiques, salons, studios and fashion shows than ever to give you as much access to local brands as possible.
Denver, we are your stylish home.
We love when you connect, share, tag, tweet, snap, like, and double tap with us. We adore meeting you in person, connecting you with someone new, seeing you at events and sharing your individuality. Our devotion to you runs deep. Catch us live online every Wednesday at 8 pm to stay up to date with fashionable events around town, blog post recaps, and find out a little bit about the brands, makers, and style influencers that call the Mile High, home. Stay Stylish, Heather Okimoto Editor in Chief/Co-Owner @heatherokimoto Mara Hoffman Dress, Goldyn, $265
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
F E AT U R ES 08
Building Style with Billy Beats Why Authenticity is the Sexiest Element to Any Artist’s Ensemble
Spectacle Trio: Jessica Borth Inspiration, Style & Staying True to Yourself
Summer’s Cool Shoulders Heat Up Summer Nights
IN EVERY ISSUE 02, DSM Community Street Style 40 Denver’s Fashionable Street Style
Influencers Share Local Summer Style
Shopping Staycation: Fort Collins College Town to Big City
The Resource Guide Denver’s most comprehensive list of fashion, style, and beauty brands, boutiques, style professionals, and fashion influencers
DENVER STYLE MAGAZINE COMMUNITY STREET STYLE
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Denver’s fashionable influencers sharing their local summer street style. Photos by Gina Khrestov, GaleRisa Photography
Watch behind the scenes videos at denverstylemagazine.com/behindthescenes
Featured on These Pages Taylor Naiman
Katie Himmelberg @swiftandstonejewelry John Chapman IV @johnchapmanthefourth Mollie Dunn @responsibleregalia
Vanessa Samuel @_vanessaland_ Patty Sanz @pattysanz Kelly Maunes @m3lly_k Kristen Clough @sparklestyleshine Brittany Rowan @vodkaandbirthdaycake
Maria F. Delgado @mafedelol Kynsi Saye @kompass.apparel
FIND YOUR FOUNDATION Creating the perfect look always starts with a strong base. This summer choose the right foundation for your skin type, no matter what the occasion is with tips from Makeup Artist and resident DSM Beauty Contributor, Nicole Toledo Written by: Nicole Toledo,
Hair Stylist: Kat Thomas Studio, Photos by: Jackie Cooper Styling by: Aaron Rodriguez Model: Giulia Isernia
@jackiecooperphoto @blankcanvasfashion @guliagiulia
All foundations are not created equally. They each have different finishes, coverages, and benefits. Just as you should change your foundation color to match your skin tone for each season, you should have a variety of foundations to choose from to match your lifestyle options. This system is called
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or wearing different foundations for different occasions. Typically, for a casual day spent outdoors, choose a sheer coverage BB cream, mineral powder, or tinted moisturizer with an SPF. For work or weekend daytime events, opt for a medium coverage liquid, powder, or cream depending on skin type. For special events or going out, you typically would do a more dramatic eye or lip look, so choose a fuller coverage foundation with more of a flawless finish to match the overall look. Oftentimes, we have an endless amount of makeup options for our lips, cheeks, or eyes.
Don’t forget to change up your foundation.
- Nicole Toledo, DSM Beauty Contributor nicoletoledomakeupartistry.com
Local Faves 5
1. Jane Iredale Glow Time Full Coverage BB Cream This luminous full coverage foundation brightens and smooths the skin, while providing a water resistant (for 40 minutes) formula with an SPF 25. Vert Beauty, $48
3. Joa Luxe Beauty Mineral Liquid Powder Foundation This foundation is an oil free liquid powder foundation that gives a medium coverage with an SPF 15. There is no need for an extra step, because the makeup sets itself. Salon Joa, $24
5. Sweat Cosmetics Twist and Brush Mineral Foundation SPF 30 or Translucent Mineral Powder SPF 30
This new local favorite is perfect for Colorado’s active lifestyle. It is portable and sweat resistant with a build-able coverage. Sweat Cosmetics, $42 ($24 for refill)
2. Ilia Vivid Foundation This foundation gives a flawless matte finish with build-able coverage. Green Tea, Rosemary ,and Aloe will keep the skin protected and hydrated. AILLEA, $44
4. Youngblood Mineral Creme Radiance This foundation starts as a luminous creamy texture that dries to a powder finish that is perfect for a truly combination skin. Sheer to medium coverage. Matthew Morris Salon, $56
6. Kjaer Weis Cream Foundation This cream foundation gives a sheer coverage with a velvety finish. This organic and refillable compact is not only beautiful but delivers anti-aging benefits to firm and hydrate the skin with almond, coconut and jojoba seed oil. AILLEA Beauty, $68 ($40 refill)
Outdoor Natural Beauty For Yoga on the Rocks
Zen out with your freshest face, and don’t skip the SPF. Natural minerals help allow your skin to breathe while focusing on your own and your practice. Mineral Foundation, $42, Sweat Cosmetics Rituel De Fille Inner Glow Cream Blush in Lovesick, $24 Suntegrity LIP CPR in Solar Rose, $28, Vert Beauty
“Best Day Ever” Tank, Velvet Wolf, $29 “Snowflake” Tassel Necklace, $65 “Copper Blush” Bracelet Stack, $75 “Maroon Marble,” “Grey Marble,” “Rose Bone,” Bracelets, $28 each, MKaltenbach
Brunch Babe Chic For Sunday Funday
Hit your favorite brunch spot with your besties looking your best. Light shades for your cheeks and lips are perfect for mimosas and bennies, and for whatever comes after! Luxe Mineral Liquid Foundation, $24 Luxe Cheeks Micro Fine Blush in Naturally You, $16 Luxe Vinyl Lacquer in Rosie, $16 Salon Joa Ces Femme “Blue Paisley” Romper, Velvet Wolf, $64 “Crystal Tri” Earrings, $85 “Turquoise Chunk,” $38 & “Turquoise Agate,” $45, Bracelets “Golden Longhorn Head,” $140 & “Turquoise Dagger, ” $80, Necklaces “Navy Spritz” Necklace (as bracelet,) $140, MKaltenbach
Music Festival Cool For Outdoor Concerts
Rock to your favorite jams looking fierce with bold brows and bright lips. It may be hard for people to take their eyes off you and pay attention to the band. Jane Iredale Glow Time, $48, Vert Beauty Highlighter in Sugarsparkle, $10-30, Makeup Madame Luminous Creme Blush in Tropical Glow, $27, Precious Mineral Liquid Liner in 18 Karat, $28, Intimatte Mineral Matte Lipstick in Fever, $19, Matthew Morris Salon Black Thermal Tank, $30 & Black Athletic Tank, $30, Velvet Wolf “Diamond Arrow,” $250 & “Midnight Half Moon,” $155, Necklaces, MKaltenbach
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Lifeproof your lifeline
Carry it all
MAKE A STYLISH SPLASH All the essentials you need before you hit the water.
Photography by Kelsey Bigelow,
@kelseybigelow Styling by Chelsea Sherman,
@nattiel Written by Dustyn Deerman,
We made it! It’s summer and we can finally bust out our favorite open-toed shoes and dresses sans tights. Even more exciting -- pool and lake season has arrived. What better way to kick it all off than with a fresh new suit? From embracing the off-the-shoulder trend to flattering your curves with a flirty cut-out, there’s no way you won’t find your perfect suit for the summer here in Denver or travels abroad.
Good Guy Comfort
It’s all about mix & match this summer and this is a perfect meeting of bright colors and contrasting patterns. The added volume to the top gives a subtle hint of flirtiness while still providing coverage.
When your swim suit needs a sexy boost, cut-outs are the way to go. The halter style of this suit also gives way for a cold-shoulder, one of the hotter trends this season.
These board shorts will take you anywhere. Throw them on for your next camping trip or if you have plans after a pool day bring along a t-shirt and you’re ready for running around.
“Pepper & Spice” Bikini Top and Bottom Stitch Boutique, $50 each
Mara Hoffman “Diamond Twist” One Piece Goldyn, $238
“Logan” Board Short, Armitage & McMillan, $75
For the Dudes
Coden Sunglasses, Abstract, $65
Pack Your Bag BROWN HAT Cira
“SKINNY DIPPIN” TANK Rustic Thread, $27
TECH CANDY DRY SPELL WATER DEFENDER PHONE BAG Ruby Jane Boutique, $19
SUNTEGRITY SUNSCREEN Vert Beauty, $24
“MACARIO” WHITE COVER UP Rustic Thread, $73
CORKCICLE WHITE WATER BOTTLE The Heyday Store, $20
SMITH & CULT LIP GLOSS IN “HI-SPEED SONNET” The Heyday Store, $22
“SPIRIT MODA” BROWN SANDALS Inspyre Boutique, $16
YELLOW SUNJELLIES BAG The Heyday Store, $12
FLAT AVIATORS Apricot Lane Centennial, $12
SMITH & CULT NAIL POLISH IN “PSYCHO CANDY” The Heyday Store, $18
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P H O T O G R A P H Y : K E N D R I C K H O WA R D I I , K 3 I M A G E S @ K 3 I M A G E S
S T Y L I N G : H E AT H E R O K I M O T O @ H E AT H E R O K I M O T O
WITH BILLY BEATS WRITTEN BY JORDAN JACKSON @DENVERSHEWROTE
S O U N D D E S I G N E R : B I L LY “ B E AT S ” M A R I N O @ B I L LY B E AT S
WHY AUTHENTICITY IS THE SEXIEST ELEMENT TO AN ARTIST’S ENSEMBLE DJ, Producer, Songwriter, and Entrepreneur are just some of the titles
“There’s something so timeless about a nice blazer and a bow tie. You can
BillyBeats claims. The local musician is as dynamic in personality and flair as
dress them up and dress them down. My styles always changing because
the tracks he creates. Over the past three summers you may have caught
I’m always trying new things and seeing what works and what doesn’t. It’s
some of his tunes piped through Coors Field at the Colorado Rockies
pre-game, we now give you the style scoop on the man behind the music. And apparently it’s all sexy as well. When asked what portion or piece of his “In my early twenties, when I was DJing a lot at the clubs in downtown
wardrobe made him feel most irresistible he stated that it all relied on
Denver, my immediate network happened to be people who dressed really
personality. “My tailor once told me, ‘It’S not about the suit that gets you
well. Some people’s outfits were pretty out there with crazy bright colors,
noticed, it’s the accessories’. I’ve borrowed that saying for other facets of my
shapes, and patterns. Others people would dress very proper... ties,
attire. Whether it’s a nice watch, clean shoes, a handkerchief that pops out of
dresses, slacks, dress pants, all very ‘well to-do’. But what I found really
your jacket, or even a button on the left collar of a blazer, you can really
interesting was that all of them were dressing unique; they were all
personalize every type of outfit and I definitely feel sexier when I feel
dressing honestly and true to themselves. That really spoke to me. I was
I’ve made it my own”.
the t-shirt, hoodie and khakis kind of guy, and while I still enjoy dressing down as much as the next person, I made a conscious switch to really start
The passion for originality is a staple to Billy’s lifestyle and a factor that
to develop my own personal style,” Billy remarks.
connects him to his fans. From street-wear to his shows, it is all about self-expression. “My attire doesn’t change too much from my gig wear. I think
From there the artist went above and beyond to build himself into an
with musicians or any artists in this day age, you can really connect with an
authentic, yet timeless brand. A few years ago he picked up a pork pie
audience by just being yourself. So if I feel like dressing up, I’ll dress up. If I
fedora from Goorin Bros on Larimer Square and never looked back. Now,
want to dress down, I’ll dress down. My style is my style whether I’m at a gig
that same hat is often paired with bow ties; elements he enjoys “owning”
or not. To me, half the fun of being an artist is just being able to
when sporting any ensemble.
unapologetically be yourself.“
PIN DOT BLAZER Spruce, $156
REVERSE SHORTS Spruce, $50
WHITE SEERSUCKER SHIRT DVSN WEST, $75
DOMENICUS LEATHER BELT Spruce, $30
SIMPLE STRIPE TANK Spruce, $34
ELLINGTON SUEDE SHOE IN “MIDNIGHT” Spruce, $100
LORD & LADY CO NANTUCKET TIE Spruce, $65
FEDORA Goorin Bros
AMERICAN ARTISAN WRIST WATCH Vortic Watch Company, Call for Pricing
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Stuff to stash in your bag to stay tuned into style during summer’s concerts.
Clever & Handy Bottle Opener
RED ROCKS READY Prepare for the next summer concert series with some of the best local gear.
“BRIGHT FUTURES” AVIATORS Judith & Joe, $28
FIG & YARROW LIP BALM River North Workshop, $12
“SACKCLOTH + ASHES” BLANKET River North Workshop, $79
“DNVR” CAN KOOZY Judith & Joe, $5
LEATHER BLANKET HOLDER River North Workshop, $40
WRENCH BOTTLE OPENER River North Workshop, $7
FRINGE BAG Rustic Thread, $68
G SWAG S T Y L I N G : C H E L S E A S H E R M A N @ N AT T I E L
“COLORADO AGAINST THE WORLD” SNAP BACK HAT Abstract, $30 LOHI CROSSBODY ARMY BAG Judith & Joe, $64 MOVMT BILLFOLD Judith & Joe, $24.95
AKOMPLICE BASE LIGHTER DVSN WEST, $5 LEATHER FRINGE KEY CHAIN Heather & Hide, $18
A Stylish & Cruelty Free Clutch
Never Miss a Denver Dish
B Make a Statement
OUT ON THE TOWN Slay your next big night out, no matter where it takes you.
“VICTOR” CLUTCH Viva Creatures, $185
GOLD CLUTCH Rustic Thread, $98
“DENVER PLATES” NOTEBOOK Judith & Joe, $21
“SPEND ME” SMALL BLACK WALLET Starlet, $15 WATCH Starlet, $32
GOLD NECKLACE Rustic Thread, $60 RITUAL DE FILLE INNERGLOW CREAM BLUSH IN “ENVIOUS” The Heyday Store, $24
THE HAPPY GLAMPER
Channel your inner whimsical self and take on the beauty of the outdoors.
THE WEEKENDER BAG Sword & Plough, $359
DEODORANT IN ENERGIZE ZAK Deodorant, $11.99
COOLA ORGANIC SUNCARE TRAVEL KIT Vert Beauty, $39.99
“STARRY NIGHTS” TANK Rustic Thread, $68
RED FLOWER “RADIANT SKIN” TRAVEL KIT Vert Beauty, $48
TECH CANDY AC/DC CHARGER Ruby Jane Boutique, $19
CRAFT BONDER “HAMBURGER HUSSY” BUTTON Relevant Goods, $4
Stay in Charge
Document the Journey
“SWEET PEA” SHORTS Rustic Thread, $35 QUILL PEN Relevant Goods, $22 KIM MORSKI HANDBOUND JOURNAL 2 PACK Relevant Goods, $42 MEDITATION JOURNAL Relevant Goods, $26
“HAPPY CAMPER” TEE Starlet, $25
VOLUSPA CANDLE IN “CRANE FLOWER” Inspyre Boutique, $10
GLOW FOR A CAUSE PERFUME IN “WANDER” SHEA Boutique, $16
FLOWER CROWN HEADBAND Starlet, $13
SCARF Starlet, $20
BLACKOUT BOYS LIGHTER DVSN WEST, $5
BROWN LEATHER WATCH Starlet, $32
SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION
DENVER’S MOBILE FASHION BOUTIQUES
Evey K Fashionliner is a chic mobile boutique that carries unique fashions, accessories and gift items from across the globe. Evey K was a brick and mortar for 12 years in Cherry Creek and Lowry carrying up and coming designers.The Fashionliner is a mini replica of her boutique except it’s on wheels with the ability to share her favorite finds to many markets all around Colorado. Come Shop the truck to experience the Evey K experience!
Acey designs: street chic @streetchicmobileboutique
Our boutique on wheels is a fully equipped, full service fashion experience found on the streets of Northern Colorado and Denver Metro area. We offer one of a kind collection of women’s fashions for the trendy and chic at affordable prices. Book us for your next event or private party and we’ll bring what’s right now, right to you!
Denver Street boutique
The Street Boutique is a Fashion Truck selling fashionable, moderately-priced women’s clothing, jewelry and accessories across a variety of styles. Find us all around town from LoDo to RiNo, Wash Park to LoHi, Stapleton to the DTC! Want us to come to you? Schedule a ladies shopping party or lunch time office stop today!
patterns & pops
Patterns & Pops is an online and mobile boutique - sweet treats for your closet, all under $100. To find our schedule and check out our style, follow us on Instagram!
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DENVER’S MOBILE FASHION BOUTIQUES
Arrow Wood is a boutique on wheels filled with women’s clothing and accessories. Climb in, shop, and try on clothes in the two fitting rooms inside. Look for us parked in Boulder, Lafayette, Longmont, and Fort Collins. Want us all to yourself? Private Parties are free to host and include complimentary cupcakes and prosecco! Owner Kris Budde transformed a long career in retail and personal styling into a fabulous fashion truck!
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Inspyre on wheels
It’s Inspyre on wheels! Everything you’ve come to expect from Inspyre’s five area boutiques on the go! We search high and low for the most beautiful clothing at a price that will keep your wallet happy. Perfect prices that fit right into your wardrobe for under $100
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MEET THE PHOTOGRAPHER: CEDAR HOUSE PHOTOGRAPHY
MOLLY SEELING Written by Dustyn Deerman
When you get in front of a camera that Molly Seeling is holding, you’re stepping into her imaginative world. A world traveler, a singer, and an artist at heart—no one photo session with her is a like. Working with primarily high school senior girls, Molly wants to share her experiences with other free-spirited young women who are about to embark on adventures of their own, and she wants to capture their individuality with her lens.
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Named one of the “Top 25 Up & Coming Senior Photographers” this year by The Twelfth Year Magazine, and with published work in several magazines and publications, everyone around Molly sees how special her work truly is. She doesn’t stop at portraits, either. Molly also loves the opportunity to participate in fashion shoots and the occasional head shot. Her greatest passion, though, are the photos she takes while travelling, “I started out shooting film during my travels. I would go through airport security with a giant Ziploc bag full of rolls of film that I’d make them hand-check.” From Tibet to the mountains of Mexico and the Russian countryside, Molly’s memories of those she’s encountered are all captured on film. When you look at her photos you’ll surely notice that Molly wants you to feel the emotion or mood she is creating with her image. She says she is a huge fan of color, and is always seeking that perfect combination of hues. “I love moody skies and storm clouds, shooting at night under the stars, and of course that amazing, buttery golden light that all photographers love.”
“I love images that feel like they’re a still from some great movie,” she says. Paintings and other mediums of art, as well as her natural surroundings, also play a huge role in what inspires her. You’ll see a lot of Molly’s personal fashion style reflected in her work; the unusual and creatively-styled draw her in, much like what you’d see in her personal wardrobe. When she’s behind the camera, it’s all about comfort, “I’m often lying on the ground or climbing rocks and trees to get the perfect shot—my clothes have to be low-maintenance to allow for a lot of movement and abuse,” she says. When she’s off-duty, you can find her in sporty activewear on a trail or in yoga pants at home. But don’t think she doesn’t enjoy a fun bold statement piece when she’s out on the town. Diesel, Free People, and thrift and vintage pieces are her favorite—a rather eclectic collection of style.
“I’m really not afraid to not conform.” Something we think perfectly applies to her work as well.
Molly’s laid-back and down to earth approach to her work shines through every photo. She makes a point of incorporating that into every Cedar House Photography www.cedarhousephotography.com shoot, making her clients feel more @cedarhousephoto comfortable and relaxed when working with her. And the name of her studio, Cedar House Photography, absolutely captures that feeling of being somewhere you can truly be yourself, even when you’re in front of the Another big influence on Molly’s photography are moving images—movies! camera.
M E E T T H E B L O G G E R : F R A N N I E PA N T Z
ROBIN MARTIN Written by Dustyn Deerman
@dustdee Photos by Kelsey Bigelow
Meet Robin, she’s a mother of four, a successful family law paralegal,
think. I feel like people either think we are all cowboys in Wranglers and
she loves photography, jamming to her favorite bands, and a mean cup
boots or hippies in unwashed maxi skirts and deadlocks.” We all know
of coffee… but you may better know her
that’s not the case, and Robin shows off
as Frannie Pantz. What started simply as
our wide range of up and coming style.
a creative outlet in 2011 has become a fun and fulfilling hobby and side project
As a native to Colorado, Robin
ever since. As a thrifter, Robin loves
embodies the style of many Coloradans.
finding the unexpected and being
As she says, it’s “all over the place.”
able to share it with her readers and
Whether she’s in the mood to be lady-
like, professional, or throw on a pair of comfy mom jeans, she’s up for it all,
When Robin started Frannie Pantz, she
there’s not a style she’s met she wasn’t
was introduced to the world of Colorado
willing to try. But when in doubt, you’ll
“I don’t think I could pin down one style type it really does depend on my mood.”
style, and she couldn’t have been happier. In a growing industry that is blogging, she says she’s very proud of what hers has become. But even the best of the bloggers out there admit inspiration can be tough. For Robin, she’s a lover of the unique, and you see that in
see her rocking her favorite boyfriend
all of her posts.
jeans, a killer pair of heels, and a
“I love colors and patterns and different shapes and textures. I could never wear a suit or jeans every day—I have to mix it up!”
graphic tee. For Robin, it’s mostly about staying away from all things trendy and being true to yourself. Her greatest mission in running Frannie Pantz is offering women of all ages, sizes, and backgrounds inspiration in how they can creatively style themselves. No matter
Robin keeps things fresh on her blog by constantly challenging herself.
what your style, you’ll find that Frannie Pantz www.franniepantz.blogspot.com
Featuring posts that include her favorite trends, fun themes, or her “Mission Weeks” provide insightful and original content for her readers. Even more, she makes a point of showcasing that Colorado does, indeed, have good style, “Colorado has always gotten a bad rep, I
motivation in her blog to dress for what makes you feel good, just as she does.
M E E T
T H E
S T Y L I S T :
B L A N K
C A N VA S
Written by Dustyn Deerman
@dustdee Photos by Noah Berg Photography
@noahbergphotography & Nick Scala
© Nick Scala
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Blank Canvas Fashion www.painttheblankcanvas.com
Fashion stylist and blogger Aaron Rodriguez is all about starting from the ground up when it comes to how he dresses himself or one of his clients. For him, every day he’s faced with an exciting new canvas, one that he uses to tell his story a little more each time. Aaron believes you can make something beautiful or new out of nothing and even more, something new out of everyone. He goes on, “That can be a new outfit or it can go deeper and you can start over and create a new you.” This belief and approach lead Aaron to create and manage his blog, Blank Canvas, and ultimately to branch out and share this with others. Aaron first started Blank Canvas when he was working at a bank.
“I can’t tell you how many of my conversations with customers and co-workers revolved around fashion,” he says. If he wasn’t talking about what he wore the past weekend, he was talking about what was trending, or browsing for clothes and even sketching designs. He decided he needed to pursue what he so clearly valued. He broke out of the mold, broke his own rules, and created new expectations for himself.
This is a person with big dreams and ambitions. Wanting to be a professional stylist and eventually a published author, Aaron hasn’t looked back since the day he embarked into the world of fashion. He may not have all the answers, but he’s got the determination. “It might sound funny,” he says,
“It’s almost like this itch I can’t control; I simply can’t let life pass me by without trying to make my dreams come true.”
He sees people reaching their dreams that others may have thought impossible -- he wants that, something tell us that’s exactly what he’s going to get. In a city where the fashion is so incredibly diverse Aaron keeps his personal style aesthetic very dark, laid-back and casual. While fashion may not always be the first thing to come to mind for some people, Aaron uses it as an opportunity to challenge people’s perceptions, which in turn has pushed him to make bolder choices with his own wardrobe and how he may style one of his clients. Aaron has proven that no matter what your dreams are you should go for them. Create for yourself your own blank canvas and begin to tell your own story, just as he did. © Noah Berg
M E E T T H E D E S I G N E R : N E V E R A WA L L F L OW E R
DANA SCHOONOVER Written by Dustyn Deerman
Photo by Kimberly Mitiska, KMitiska Photography
As someone who grew up being taught that fashion is a way to say what you
However, she says it was Denver’s unique style that had the greatest impact
want to tell the world, Dana Schoonover knows what it is to dress fabulously.
on her. She implemented our way of being unique to ourselves, while
As the owner and designer at Never A Wallflower, she works everyday to
maintaining the Southern flair that shines in all of her outfits and pieces. One
create and supply women with the clothing and accessories they need to take
of the great parts about Denver style?
any outfit from ‘fine’ to ‘fab’. What’s special about her collections is that she designs pieces she would actually wear herself, they’re truly unique to her taste and style.
“At the end of the day, I design for me and create my dream closet.”
“I always aim to show off the prettiest parts of the body, an example being the
“Denver people are so open and kind -they’re intrigued by what you may be wearing, not judge-y.” Even more, she appreciates how much the style around our city is always changing and evolving, especially with how many people are moving here these days!
top of the shoulder.” Her NAW Swing Top is an excellent way of highlighting one of the more universally flattering areas.
When you think of Never A Wallflower, it brings to mind someone who never just sits idly by, and that’s exactly how Dana lives her life. She’s not one to sit
You’d be surprised to learn that Dana doesn’t have any type of formal training
idly by, she’s determined to always be moving forward, and she reflects that
or education in fashion and design. In fact, she was in medical sales for 15
in each of her collections.
years before she started designing. It was when she moved to Denver she took on the endeavor full-time, and as we can all see, she made the right choice!
Dana already has 20 stores carrying her collections to this day, she intends to break 100 in the next four. She says she looks forward to the journey that will
Dana has lived all over the country and is an avid traveler-- you see that in her
bring her there; how she’ll grow and what she’ll learn. The fashion community
personal style and in her designs for Never A Wallflower.
should be excited about what that journey yields, too.
Never A Wallflower www.neverawallflower.com
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P H O T O G R A P H Y : K AY L A F E L D M A N P H O T O G R A P H Y @ k a y l a f e l d m a n p h o t o g r a p h y
S T Y L I N G : H E AT H E R O K I M O T O @ H E AT H E R O K I M O T O
Musical Landscape WRITTEN BY DUSTYN DEERMAN @DUSTDEE
L I V E T R O N I C A V I O L I N : J E S S I C A B O R T H @ S P E C TA C L E T R I O
Formed in early 2015, Spectacle is a LIVE electronic trio that blends unique
more and more textures with the computer and addition of new instruments.
instrumentation and multiple genres together to create a soundscape that
When you go to one of their shows, you can expect just about anything,
stimulates all of the auditory senses. By combining a number of instruments
including the conga, bongos, and timbales accompanying their already
not typically seen in the electronic industry, Spectacle is considered by many
impressive line-up of instruments. One thing to look forward to with them this
to be at the forefront of music evolution.
year comes in October during their annual anniversary show on Halloween, where they add in singers, drums, and horn players to create the Spectacle Big
People always say the most amazing things occur when you least expect them
Band. (10/28 @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox, Denver)
to - this is very much true for the formation of Spectacle Trio. Michael Lee Mahan (Producer/Guitar), started writing for the project in early 2014 with the
The name, “Spectacle” stems from the 1967 Situationist International’s (SI)
intention to add live instrumentation to the mix but it was not until he met
“The Society of the Spectacle”. SI was an organization of social
Jessica Borth and percussionist Rob Brandon that he was inspired to make it
revolutionaries prominent in Europe that believed the shift from individual
a reality. It didn’t take them long to realize they had come across something
expression through directly lived experiences to expression only through
unique. “With only one rehearsal the day before the show - we were amazed
passive second-hand alienation (The Societal Spectacle), inflicted significant
and inspired with how the three of us easily played together,” Jessica says, “it
and far-reaching damage to the quality of human life.
was not until many months later at our second show that we realized that we had something very special between the three of us and decided to form the
Jessica tells us that The Spectacle Trio agrees that a lack of authenticity in
our society and continuous vicarious living of the masses behind layers of social media is of great concern. To directly combat this notion, The Trio
Spectacle’s style and aesthetic of their music is directly linked to their
brings their audiences a new type of “Spectacle” that engages all the senses;
instrumentation set-up. The hard hitting electronic drums, alongside the hand
creating a total experience that resonates in the now and present. “Spectacle
percussion make for a tropical landscape, while the violin adds a bright and
promotes creativity and the spreading of positive healing music that is both
beautiful texture, delivering melodies that take the audience on a mental
authentic and innovative - fueling the fight AGAINST the “Societal Spectacle”
journey through the show. All of this is grounded by deep and rhythmic bass/
that seeks to stifle creativity with other means of overloading the senses,” she
guitar lines driving each unique musical passage through the crowd.
Spectacle finds most of their inspiration in the forefathers of Jazz, Classical,
While Jessica, Michael and Rob are all Denver transplants, they find that it is
and Funk. They also find themselves influenced by the modern electronic
one of the best possible cities they could be in, especially at this point in the
music scene stemming from other artists who push the limits of sound with
city’s history. “The music scene in Denver reflects the city as a whole,”
technology. The band has come a long way, and has challenged itself to add
Jessica explains, “the city is booming and the opportunities for growth in art
and music are rapidly growing.” With such a high amount of energy throughout
“I take pride in the energy I bring on stage and focus on feeling absolutely
the city and open mindedness from the locals, it’s not hard to find your place
alive and within myself when I perform,” Jessica goes on, “whether that is in
and your niche in such an explosive and exciting place. For Jessica and the
what I am wearing or in the music I am making. Trust me – it is much more
rest of Spectacle Trio, they’re inspired everyday by the visionaries and artistic
rewarding and everlasting if what you do is genuine. Do what you love and
craftsmen they have the opportunity to work near and with.
others will love what you do!”
Like the band’s music, Jessica’s style is unique, exciting, and abstract. “I love
Of her bandmates Michael and Rob, Jessica says having the opportunity to
wearing clothing that makes me feel good while wearing it,” she tells us. When
play with them is her biggest reward in being a part of Spectacle. “I truly love
planning out what she’s going to wear on stage she always takes into
them as family and look forward to spending many many more years by their
consideration the crowd she is playing for, the venue she’s going to, and the
sides making music,” she says. It’s clear the amount of genuine respect for
type of set they’re actually playing. Whether she’s taking on a funky vibe or
each other these three have.
classing it up a bit, one thing’s for sure: she has to be able to dance in what’s she’s wearing.
When it comes down to it, music is Jessica’s greatest motivation. Whether it’s with her violin, creating music with others, or simply listening and moving her
Even more important than being able to move is always staying true to
body to a track-- it’s what drives her. She gets to truly do what she loves, and
herself and holding onto her personal style and identity, especially in an
that’s something you can never get tired of.
industry where one can face incredible criticism and scrutiny for who they are.
CROCHET LACE BODYSUIT Velvet Wolf, $46
RUST CROP TOP Pink’s Denver, $35
MAXI DRESS Pink’s Denver, $60
MAXI SKIRT Pink’s Denver, $52
STACY STERLING NECKLACE Velvet Wolf, $68
ANTLER NECKLACE Velvet Wolf, $60
WHITE DUSTER Pink’s Denver, $58
LEATHER BRACELET Velvet Wolf, $15
This Page HONEY PUNCH CROP TOP Pink’s Denver, $42
FRIDAY MARKET BEADS BRACELET Velvet Wolf, $20
MAXI SKIRT Pink’s Denver, $44
STACY STERLING NECKLACE Velvet Wolf, $44
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Take a step in summer’s most stylish local kicks.
SPLATTER GEL LYTE III SNEAKER DVSN WEST, $130
TAUPE LACE UP FLAT Inspyre Boutique, $32
CAMEL STRAPPY STILLETO Cira, $49.50
YELLOW LACE UP SANDAL Cira, $25.50
HOE GAME Photography by Kelsey Bigelow,
Styling by Chelsea Sherman,
COFI LEATHERS GOLD CRACKLE SNEAKERS SHEA Boutique, $95
TOMS SUEDE EMBOSSED PEEP TOE BOOTIE Rustic Thread, $119
LATTE LEATHER HIGH TOP SNEAKERS Spruce, $140
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Summer’s Cool Shoulders PHOTOGRAPHY: NOAH BERG PHOTOGRAPHY @NOAHBERGPHOTOGRAPHY S T Y L E D & W R I T T E N B Y : C H E L S E A S H E R M A N , @ N AT T I E L HAIR & MAKEUP: AMANDA BARBIERI, @ABMARIE.HAIR M O D E L S : O L I V I A G O N Z A L E S , @ O L LY G 1 1 \ \ J U S T I N WAT S O N @ E R I C O M O T O R S P O R T S
Warm breeze blowing in, the music blaring, crickets chirping. Time to live out our fashion fantasies and toss our cares into the wind. Crew necks and cleavage are disappearing to make room for the ever-alluring collarbone with summer’s off-the-shoulder trend. Heat up cool summer nights with these stylish local picks.
Imagine the year is 1969, a lot is changing in the world around you and youâ€™ve decided to take a little trip to the Woodstock Music Festival. People of all backgrounds have joined to share their love of music and community. You are feeling carefree, alive, and basking under the golden sun. Your floral romper lets your shoulders roam free as if the sleeves slipped off from all the dancing. This bohemian and romantic look can be achieved with floral or bold prints, subtle ruffles, a wide brimmed hat, some big sunglasses, and layers of chunky jewelry that move with you as you dance. Floral Romper, $46, SHEA Boutique \\ Panama Hat, $34 \\ Turquoise Rings $22 ea., Gold & Turquoise Necklace, $82 \\ Turquoise Silver Necklace, $28, Inspyre Boutique
Channel your inner Spanish senorita with a touch of sultry exoticism. Subtle ruffles, girly details, and form flattering silhouettes bring this to life. You can acheive a similar look with a dress or top that has a slight ruffle along the neckline (or in this case the shoulder line) and shorts, a skirt, or a belt that comes in at the waist to bring attention to your marvelous curves. On Her: Crop Top, $32, Pink’s Denver \\ Shorts, $64, SHEA Boutique \\ Gold Chain, $22 \\ Skull Necklace, $28, Inspyre Boutique Suede Matte Lip Color in “Punch”, GloMinerals On Him: Roland Sands Jacket, $390, Erico Motorsports
Think streamline cuts, monochrome, and classic, simple details. Off-the-shoulder means small, form fitting sleeves, smooth silhouettes, and solid colors. Keep the hair simple in a low chignon or ponytail or slicked back Audrey Hepburn style. A swoop of black eyeliner and a clean red lip is all you need to complete the look.
On Her: Black Romper, $62, \\ Bolo Tie, $24 Rhinestone Antler Necklace, $36, Pinkâ€™s Denver Badala Druzy Earrings, $18, Judith & Joe On Him: Safari Shirt, $90 Naked & Famous Denim, $169, DVSN WEST Bolo Tie, $24, La Lovely Vintage
Just a little over an hour north of Denver, the thriving Front Range college city boasts big city finds in locally owned boutiques, eateries, and cozy places to suit all styles. Written by Heather Okimoto
Photos by Kelsey Bigelow
Denver isn’t Colorado’s only small city seeing big changes. The once military outpost turned college town of Fort Collins is experiencing its own revitalization of new boutiques, restaurants, and places to stay that are sophisticatedly stylish and worth the trip whether for a day or overnight stay. Get your fill of brewery tours, take in a museum, nosh on food that comforts, and discover revitalized spaces abundantly filled with gifts, gadgets, and summer’s go-to trends. VELVET FILES
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Shop Here CIRA 2510 W. Main St @ciraltd
THE HEYDAY STORE 1939 Jessup Dr. @theheydaystore
The oversized affordably stylish store is full of ready to wear trends to fit all styles. The labyrinth of rooms houses the summer’s hottest rompers, boho looks, shoes, accessories, and gowns for that last minute gala’s. Give yourself enough time to take it all in and expect to leave with an entirely new wardrobe.
Located in the former saddle shop at the Jessup Farm Artisan Village, HeyDay is your one-stop shop for simple living and superb gifts. The quintessential boutique embraces playfulness and is host to a ‘Party Bar’ with balloons and sweets that add a little something special to any gift for yourself or favorite gal. Shop from local apothecary and head to toe looks that are BBQ ready.
RUSTIC THREAD 1 Old Town Square #101 @RusticThread
STORM MEN’S SHOP 132 W Mountain Ave. @stormmensshop
The recently opened second location is a destination for the classic and modern Bohemian shopper. Find fashion forward styles to add to your wardrobe that are effortlessly chic and festival ready at approachable prices. Shop the Flagship location in Denver’s Highland neighborhood, or online anytime.
Style with a purpose is at the heart and soul of the Storm Men’s Shop. The one-stop boutique for the modern man features stylish wardrobing and grooming essentials with 100% of all profits benefitting the Cystinosis Research Foundation to find a cure for the incurable metabolic disease. Shop from classic button-downs, chinos, shoes, and premium accessories.
VELVET FILES 224 Linden St. @wearevelvetfiles
VORTICH WATCHES 1927 Jessup Dr. @vorticwatches
Perk up your nails with the ‘Purveyors of Pretty’ at the Velvet Files. Choose from a range of services including the Swift Manicure with an exclusive apple cider hand soak, perfect for those on-the-go. The natural nail and skincare boutique offers pampering treatments in a toxic free environment with an abundant offering of locally made beauty products including the Made-in-House nail + cuticle oil.
The craftsmen at Vortic are re-creating timepieces of history in the former Saddle shop at Jessup Artisan Village. Shop from pre-designed watches or build your own custom American Artisan Series wristwatch with an antique pocket watch movement and in-house 3D printed stainless steel casing for a truly Americanmade timepiece.
KANSAS CITY KITTY 136 N College Ave. @kansascitykittyshop Locally owned and operated for 14 years, Kansas City Kitty, is a contemporary fashion hub of stylishly curated athleisure wear with a boho flair for the wanderluster. Pick up a store-made soy-based body friendly candle, exclusive locally printed tee, or shop from over 15 Colorado makers in this local retail staple.
SUNDAY SUPPLY 222 Linden St. @sundaysupply
The appreciation for well crafted clothing and goods is apparent in the sophisticated offerings at the quaint lifestyle shop. With the intent of providing a home-like space, local owners, curate well designed pieces of clothing, home and lifestyle goods that are simply beautiful.
THE HEYDAY STORE
Also Check Out • Blue Harvest Apparel • Lucky 27 Barbershop • Magnolia Moon • Salus Natural Body Care • Ten Thousand Villages • tula • White Balcony
THE HEYDAY STORE
KANSAS CITY KITTY
Snack & Stay Here NICK’S 1100 S College Ave.
Nick’s is the kind of homestyle Italian food that you yearn for. The family style restaurant features home-made pastas and ‘meat gravy’s’ to richly fill your stomach, gooey pizzas that are perfect for sharing, and service that’ll make you feel right at home.
STORM MEN’S SHOP
MOOT HOUSE 2626 S College Ave. @MootHouse Good times, local flavors, and over 30 beers on tap are all on the menu at Moot House. The locally owned traditional English Pub offers beer-inspired pub fare in mid-town Fort Collins with fantastic Happy Hour specials and a Sunday Brunch that’s worth a return visit.
FERNWEH HOSTEL 616 W Mulberry St. @fernwehhostel
BIG AL’S BURGERS AND DOGS 140 W Mountain Ave. @bigalsburgersanddogs
Rest easy at the Fernweh Inn & Hostel. Located within walking distance to downtown Fort Collins, the Fernweh is the perfect way to experience a hostel. The locally owned Inn provides various privacy accommodations to fit your comfort level with amenities unavailable at most hotels. Need a costume or bicycle? Fernweh has you covered.
Home of the 60/40 Burger (60% Beef/40% Bacon) and snappy hot dogs, the locally owned Fort Collins original is a locals place. With a focus on making a big difference in the community, the Oldtown staff donates all tips to a monthly featured charity, putting back over $70,000 back into the Fort Collins community through the Big Change Jar.
GRAPHICALLY SPEAKING Get graphic and make a stylish statement in these easy local looks. Written by: Penn Beldock, Photos by: Noah Berg Photography Makeup Artist: Mabel McKenna
@pennbeldock @noahbergphotography @mckenna.anne
Graphic tees are an expression of voice. They represent personal style while remaining a longtime wardrobe staple of the candid and audacious. Boldly stamped, those who rock the graphic tee speak (and wear) what’s on their mind. Teens everywhere have been and continue to embrace the cool versatility of the tee by mixing in accessories to fit the personality of the graphic.
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Colorado summer’s provide the perfect backdrop to show how you feel, in your own fashionable way. With boutique lined blocks, fashion trucks on corner stops, and festivals to fill your weekend, there’s no shortage of finding the perfect tee to fit and express your casual, funky, individual style. The ease and flexibility of a tee creates endless outfit possibilities. From denim capris, shorts, and skinnies, to flared and fitted boho-inspired trousers, maxis and minis, a tee can can easily be dressed up or down. Look job interview sleek by adding a short blazer, make a statement with your favorite band tee by adding some sparkle, or mix, match, and layer tees for an on trend edgy vibe.
“Whichever style you decide to sport, wear what you feel and say what you mean.” - Penn Beldock, DSM Teen Contributor teenfashiontakeover.com
1. “Life is an Adventure” V-Neck Tee
2. “Black and Pur ple” Jersey Tee and “Denver Floral” Snap Back Hat
No secret here --life really is an adventure! Throw this adorable tee on for the next big (or little) escapade you have this summer. With its looser fit and V-neck cut, this is perfect for a road trip, checking out the flea market, or heading down to Cheeseman for a fun park day. Adventure on!
Support your favorite baseball team while in style! Put this jersey on for the next big game and show off the Rockies’ purple and black with this jersey. Top things off and keep the sun out of your eyes with this adorable floral snapback hat.
August Ink, $32
3. Colorado” Green Baseball Tee
Denv3r.co, Tee and Hat $25 each
4. Wild & Free Tank
Baseball tees will never go out of style, especially as we head into even warmer temps. Head to the field, go on a hike, or enjoy your favorite brunch in this Colorado baseball tee. Just don’t forget to take plenty of Insta-worthy photos to show off your cute tee!
Hotter temps call for flowy tanks! You’ll be glad to have this on hand the next time you’re heading to the pool or need to run some last minute errands around town. Even better-- the olive shade of the tank is also a big trend this season.
Mountain Moon Tees, $40
Oak + Rose, $39
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BOUTIQUES ACEY DESIGNS Women’s Clothing || Mobile Truck www.aceydesigns.com @streetchicmobileboutique
DETAILS BOUTIQUE Women’s Boutique || Littleton www.detailsboutique.com @detailsboutique
katy belle Women’s Clothing || Online www.katybelle.com @katybellestore
AILLEA BEAUTY Beauty Boutique || Larimer Square www.aillea.com @ailleabeauty
DVSN WEST Men’s Boutique || Cherry Creek North www.dvsnwest.com @dvsnwest
ORA et LABORA COLLECTION Clothing Designer www.oetlcollection.com @OETLCO
ARMITAGE & MCMILLAN Menswear Boutique || Platte St. www.armitageandmcmillan.com @armitageandmcmillan
EVEY K Women’s Clothing || Mobile Truck www.eveyk.com @eveykboutique
COMMON THREADS Women’s Consignment || S. Pearl www.shopcommonthreads.com @commonthreadsconsignment
INSPYRE BOUTIQUE Women’s Clothing || Highlands, Southwest Plaza, Park Meadows, Cherry Creek www.inspyreboutique.com @inspyreboutique
DENVER STREET BOUTIQUE Women’s Boutique || Mobile Truck www.denverstreetboutique.com @denverstreetboutique
INTRIGUE BOUTIQUE Women’s Clothing || Sunnyside/Highlands www.shopintrigueboutique.com @shopintrigueboutique
PINK’S STRAIGHT FROM LA Women’s Boutique || Bonnie Brae www.pinksdenver.com @pinksdenver RELEVANT GOODS Women’s Boutique || Baker www.relevantgoods.com @relevant.goods REVERIE LIVING Women’s Boutique || Highlands www.reverieliving.com @reverieliving
RUBY JANE | VALLEYGIRL BOUTIQUE Women’s, Shoes & Homegoods Boutique || Highlands, Avon, Breckenridge, Edwards www.ShopRubyJane.com @rubyjane.valleygirlboutique SOIGNEE ELEGANT ATTIRE Women’s Clothing || Littleton www.soigneeattire.com @soigneeattire SULLY & CO Men’s Clothing || Jefferson Park www.sullyandco.com @sullyandco VELVET WOLF Women’s Boutique || Littleton www.velvetwolf.com @velvetwolfboutique
DESIGNERS ANCHOR ME Jewelry Designer www.anchormebracelet.com @anchor_me
LAF GOODS Clothing Designer www.lafgoods.com @lafgoods
PEACH & PEPPER APPAREL Clothing Designer www.peachandpepperapparel.com @peachandpepper
ANNAFESTA Curvy Clothing Designer www.annafesta.com @annafesta
MOUNTAIN MOON TEES Clothing Designer www.mountainmoontees.com @mountainmoontees
WINTER GARDEN STUDIO Handmade Botanical Jewelry www.wintergardenstudios.com @adeloart
HI LITTLE ONE Children’s Tees www.hilittleone.com @hi.little.one
NEVER A WALLFLOWER Clothing Designer www.neverawallflower.com @never_a_wallflower
YOCISCO Men’s Underwear Designer www.yocisco.com @yocisco
BLOGGERS BLANK CANVAS FASHION www.painttheblankcanvas.com @blankcanvasfashion
VODKA AND BIRTHDAY CAKE www.vodkaandbirthdaycake.com @vodkaandbirthdaycake
VERY TRULY YOURS, JENNIFER www.verytrulyyoursjennifer.com @verytrulyyoursjennifer
TEEN FASHION TAKEOVER www.teenfashiontakeover.com @teenfashiontakeover.denver
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BEAUTY BRANDS & SERVICES AILLEA BEAUTY Larimer Square www.aillea.com @ailleabeauty
BROWS ON UPPER 15TH Highlands www.browsonupper15th.com @browsdenver
BEAUTY LOUNGE Lone Tree www.beautyloungedenver.com @beautyloungedenver
FOUNDATION HAIR STUDIO City Park www.foundation-hairstudio.com @foundation_hair_studio
GLAMOUR BAR DENVER Golden Triangle www.glamourbardenver.com @Glamourbardenver
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BLANK CANVAS FASHION Styling www.painttheblankcanvas.com @blankcanvasfashion
JACKIE COOPER PHOTO Photographer www.jackiecooperphotography.com @jackiecooperphoto
NOAH BERG PHOTOGRAPHY Photographer www.noahbergphotography.com @noahbergphotography
CEDAR HOUSE PHOTOGRAPHY Photographer www.cedarhousephotography.com @cedarhousephoto
K3 IMAGES Photographer www.k3images.com @k3images
RUSTIC + REFINED Event Planner www.rusticandrefinedevents.com @vodkaandbirthdaycake
CREATE SPACE ORGANIZING Professional Organizer www.createspaceorganizing.com @createspaceorganizing
NICOLE TOLEDO Makeup Artist www.nicoletoledomakeupartistry.com @nicoletoledomakeupartistry
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