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OCTOBER 2011


HALLOWEEN SPECIAL ISSUE FOOTLOOSE COSTUME MAKEUP


TWIN A Fashion & Business Publication devoted to supporting the Twin Cities fashion scene and developed by a team of fashion and art infatuated individuals of the University of Minnesota.

EDITOR IN CHIEF

LESLIE OLSON EXECUTIVE EDITOR

RAH RILEY CREATIVE DIRECTOR

KRISTEN ELIDA ART DEPARTMENT

RENARD CAROLYN MONKE RACHEL MOSEY STAFF WRITERS

LESLIE OLSON LAURA MARRINAN STEPHANIE AUDETTE LIBBY HUBER TAYLOR SELCKE SPECIAL THANKS

FRANCESCA’S COLLECTIONS

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Paramount Pictures Presents

FOOTLOOSE Premiering Friday, October 14th

THIS FOOTLOOSE REMAKE PAYS ALL THE proper credit to the phenomenal original story, characters, and soundtrack, while simultaneously revamping to a modern, relatable, and inspiring experience. This week, the Exec team of FAB: Fashion & Business had the opportunity for prime press seats at a FOOTLOOSE pre-screening – and we cannot wait to see it again! FOOTLOOSE, written and directed by Craig Brewer, stars the magnificent Ren MacCormack (played by newcomer Kenny Wormald) who is transplanted from Boston to the small southern town of Bomont. There he experiences the southern sincerity and good people that makes us want to roadtrip to Georgia, but also a place forbidding loud music and dancing. A few years prior to Ren’s arrival, the small community was rocked by a tragic accident that killed five high school seniors after a night out and Bomont’s local councilmen, and the beloved Reverend Shaw Moore (Dennis Quaid), responded by implementing ordinances that prohibit loud music and dancing. A sweetheart rebel with all the right intentions that made our hearts throb, Ren challenges the ban and revitalizing the town. This movie was filled with lit up mason jars, well-worn jeans, southern accents, dirt roads, real emotion, and a pulsing soundtrack.

Images courtesy Paramount Pictures

We were inspired to get our boots on and our dance on. by Rah Riley For those of you who attended the Fashion & Business Career Exhibition last week, we hope you had a chance to get your hands on some of the fabulous FOOTLOOSE merchandise Paramount Pictures provided at their promo booth! If not, look for free stuff at upcoming FAB meeting! And be sure to flip through the next issue of TWIN as we will be featuring all the fashion and inspiration of the FOOTLOOSE film!


FOOTLOOSE now showing at


Watch Preivews of the new FOOTLOOSE movie @

http://www.footloosemovie.com/en_us/#t=epk-videos


Pretty scary

Photography by Kristen Elida Styled by Kristen Elida & Leslie Olson Makeup by Kristen Elida & Renard Dresses & accessories provided by Francesca’s Collections


y halloween

Shirt by Heartbreaker


Shirt from Heartbreaker Jeans from Heartbreaker Necklace by Kristen Elida Rings are vintage from Stylist Bracelets from Primp


Shirt from Heartbreaker, Dress from Heartbreaker, Necklace by Kristen Elida, Rings are vintage from Stylist, Belt by Leslie Olson, Stocking from Nordstrom, Wedges from Heartbreaker,


Gorgeous Lion Pretty Dolly Glam Skeleton Avant Garde Pop Art

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COMING IN NOVEMBER



Twin Magazine October Halloween Special Issue 2011