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october 2011 | editor’s note his time of year is one of my favorites. There is something romantic and so cozy about October welcoming fall in, with the leaves changing and a little rainfall making an appearance or two. I don’t know about you, but I look forward to the fall fashion, pumpkins, hot drinks, nights by the fire playing board games and watching some football. It’s the time of year where everyone starts to shift their plans around and spend time indoors with friends and family as we start to look forward to the holidays to come in the winter months.

volume 2 * issue 8 * OCTOBER 2011

PUBLISHER morgan myrmo

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Tenley Molzahn

Assistant Editor Samantha Wadley features Editor tori haynes fashion Editor dean hall

asst. Fashion editor ashley mehrdad beauty editor Meagan Brown staff writers

Jillian Marie Dyer, alex mcnair, Nohely Mendoza, cathryn moe, micah skye

contributing writer Morgan Ferrari

This year is actually my first October as a San Diego resident and I couldn’t think of a better place to be! I recently made the move from Orange County (originally from Oregon) to be closer to my boyfriend, Kiptyn Locke. It wasn’t just Kiptyn that got me to make the move, although he’s pretty amazing, but San Diego romanced me as well with its beautiful beaches, eclectic sub-cities and the welcoming and caring communities. I am especially impressed by the people of San Diego, their pride of this beautiful place they call home and their desire to live “green.” I guarantee you will find Kiptyn and me out on an eco-friendly date as I continue to explore my new community! With October comes Breast Cancer Awareness month. It isn’t the most cheery topic and sadly it has affected many of us, either personally or through those close to us. What it does do however is give us all the opportunity to get involved on several levels to help raise funds and awareness that will help battle this ugly disease. Kiptyn and I were honored with the opportunity to help kick off Breast Cancer Awareness month at the Hard Rock San Diego this year with Kelly Osbourne at their Pinktober event, which included an impressive light show, specialty pink drinks and of course a reason for everyone to dress in pink fashion! On the nights you find yourself out on the town, remember it’s also that time of year for Oktoberfest! The Linkery looks to be a promising place to find a good brew and a hearty festive meal with one of their specialty sausages, as noted in our hot spots department this month. Halloween will also be greeting us soon with all the costume parties and fun gatherings. I’m still stuck on where I’ll be or what to dress up as, but I can assure you it will be memorable with all that San Diego has to offer! I hope this festive month brings you plenty of reasons to gather with your friends and family, and maybe even some romantic moments enjoying the crisp fall air.

art director kim lalla

Photo editor david J. olender


Steven David Branon, Stephanie Fong, Jonah Gilmore, Jamie Le Dent, Jeff Lewis, James Norton,

Garret Priddy, Audrey Rynberg, Amanda Sewell, Brad Smith, Emily Soto, On Wai Lau intern

Natalie Slemp

events coordinator julie bell

We strive to make a positive environmental impact. we use environmentally-friendly inks and fsc certified paper. you can make a difference with us. please save and recycle this magazine. For contributing writers, please email sample(s) to For contributing photographers, please send a portfolio link to Fashion 5.0 is not responsible for unsolicited contributions unless agreed with the publisher. Copyright 2011 by Fashion World Media, LLC. All rights reserved.

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october 2011 | contributors:

staff spotlight:

michael lee

Sarra Hansen


entrepreneur Co-owner of A Style Concierge salon and fashion event producer Michael Lee has pursued his visions with innovation, creativity and an “out of the box” mindset that has proven nothing short of success. Lee has contributed to several issues of Fashion 5.0 by booking talent, producing events and consulting the publisher. According to Lee, “It’s been a great experience to see the development of a new local fashion publication. I’ve been excited since the concept was initiated!”


PHOTO editor During the last several years David Olender has made a name for himself as well-versed photographer that specializes in concert, sport and news photography. Over the last year, Olender has also published portraits of musicians Mike Pinto and C-Money in Fashion 5.0. According to Olender, “Working with Fashion 5.0 has been a fun and exciting experience! I look forward to continue to contribute to the Fashion 5.0 team and expanding this magazine, taking it new heights.”

Born in Minnesota and raised in the country, Sarra Hansen is no stranger to riding bicycles, swimming, fishing and ice-skating. After a brief stint on the East Coast, Hansen moved to San Diego to begin working on her modeling career. After landing this month’s cover and back feature editorial with photographer James Norton this month, Hansen stated “Working with the Fashion 5.0 team is like hanging out with your coolest group of friends. They are just simply cool.”

{ Errors and Omissions } Correction: It has been brought to the attention of Fashion 5.0 Magazine that Drybar does not offer complementary wine or champagne, which was an inadvertent error printed in the September issue on page 31, Fashion News. However, guests are able to enjoy complementary coffee, tea, sparkling lemonade or spa-infused water while being in a chic and comfortable environment. “No cuts. No color. Just blowouts. Only $35.” This affordable luxury, once available only to the ladies of Los Angeles, is now conveniently located inside Del Mar Highlands Center at 12857 El Camino Real. For more information please visit

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departments p. 12


October Hot Spots

p. 14


5 Eco-Friendly Dates

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The Amazing Taylor Swift

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News, Style & Trends

San Diego zoo gone global

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connecting people to wildlife and conservation

Build Your Own Garden



p. 38



Eco-Friendly Products

put on a fashionable disguise

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Featuring Sfinx in Vegas


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fashion indulgence

the story of model mondays


Astrology with Cathy Moe


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October Events






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hot spots

trending now fashionably fresh in san diego

By Alex McNair

conscious food ingredients. Farm-totable is an environmentally conscious initiative that creates sustainability by supporting local and seasonal farming rather than industrial agriculture (think mainstream supermarkets), which can manipulate and harm the environment. Produce is almost entirely locally grown from San Diego Country farms including Suzie’s Organic.

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By supporting local farmers The Linkery showcases seasonal ingredients that can be cultivated in natural, local conditions and allows for innovation and variety in their offerings. Some items are menu staples though, including the Lardo Ice Cream Sandwich, a rich and filling dessert of house made ice cream with candied house cured bacon and a caramel bacon sauce.

A chic place to link up with friends, link to local farmers and enjoy some links is The Linkery in North Park. The forward thinking, socially and environmentally responsible venue offers delicious and fresh fare in a welcoming environment.

In addition to farm fresh produce, The Linkery also features craft beer and wines from California wine country, to vineyards of Baja. The chalkboard wall is updated with selections from great local breweries, including Ballast Point. Those looking to open their beer taste buds can choose a flight of four or work their way down a pairing list to invite the richness of fluffy cheese curds, another Linkery favorite.

Featuring farm-to-table local and organic ingredients, The Linkery showcases a multidimensional appreciation for craft beers, local wines and only the freshest, environmentally

The atmosphere here evokes conversation and new friendships with an inviting vibe that spills onto the streets of University and 30th. In addition to envi-

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ronmental consciousness, The Linkery demonstrates social responsibility by featuring a local charity each month. Any gratuities over 18 percent are donated to the chosen charity so you and your crew can end the night feeling good about the planet as well as helping others. After trying the fare at The Linkery, you and your roommates can work together honing your own culinary skills by procuring Suzie’s produce at one of many farmers markets throughout the county.

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Running out of date ideas? Impress that special someone with one of these 5 Eco-Friendly Dates! By Jillian marie Dyer

photo by jonah gilmore

twinkle Little Star If you live in San Diego and haven’t been to the top of Mount Soledad, you are missing out. Mount Soledad is perched at the highest point of San Diego and displays a breathtaking panoramic view of the entire city. This is an out of this world date that will give you an excuse to lie next to your honey all night long. So cuddle up in a blanket, sip some hot chocolate and put stars in your lover’s eyes by going stargazing at the top of this glorious scenic hotspot!


2 34 get with Nature

Go experience what Mother Nature has to offer! If you enjoy aquatic activities, get your romance on with a sunset guided kayak tour of La Jolla’s famous seven caves. Paddle out along the ancient sea cliffs and get personal with harbor seals, sea lions, and dolphins. Or ditch your car for the day and rent a tandem bike and surprise your date by cruising down to a local farmer’s market where you can pick up some food for a fun afternoon picnic in the park. If you are a thrill seeker, try hiking a hidden gem in Pine Valley, the Three Sister’s Waterfall Hike. Be sure to bring food for lunch and swimwear to jump into the waterfalls.

Eat Green

Studies have found that the average restaurant meal produces a pound and a half of trash. More restaurants are becoming environmentally friendly by offering menus with local foods that have been prepared using green energy practices. Check out restaurants in your neighborhood that are certified as “Green Restaurants” such as Burger Lounge, George’s At The Cove, Croce’s, Pizza Fusion and Jsix! If you want a more intimate setting, try cooking an organic meal at home. Lighting a few soy or beeswax candles. Use silverware, actual plates and cloth napkins to reduce paper waste!

play a board game

Score bonus points with your date by having game night! I mean who doesn’t love a good board game? Game night is a great way to spark up conversation and get to know your date. Make sure you pick out multiple board games for the evening that are interactive, not too competitive and quick. Think along the lines of Candyland, Shoots and Ladders or Scrabble. Don’t forget about providing snacks too! Instead of ordering pizza and drinking soda, try more natural and wholesome foods such as a veggie platter with hummus and water.

be a tree hugger Put your green thumb to good use and plant something other than a kiss on your date’s cheek! Roll up those sleeves and get your hands dirty together. Instead of expecting your date to buy you flowers, why not plant a whole garden of flowers or plant a tree in your partner’s name? Choosing plants over flowers is a great option because they last longer and cost less. If you and your date are the artistic and the crafty type, you can even take it a step further and decorate planting pots together!


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“I write songs that are like diary entries. I have to do it in order to feel sane.” —TAYLOR SWIFT

Taylor by Nohely Mendoza

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the amazing

taylor Swift Taylor Swift has made believers out of all of us. Her diary-themed music has captured the hearts of many and has earned her four Grammy’s and over 20 million album sales, not to mention the title of the most awarded album in country music history for her 2008 album Fearless.

“The cool thing about this is that my parents have never pushed me. It’s always been [my] desire and love to do this. That’s what makes this so sweet. If I had been pushed, if I didn’t love this, I would probably not have been able to get this far.” Swifts’ desire and determination has helped to catapult her to superstardom. In 2006, her first album, titled Taylor Swift, was released and went multi-platinum. The album included the hit “Tim McGraw” which made her a household name. Swifts sophomore album, Fearless, won her a Grammy for “Album of the Year” in 2008. Last year her third album, Speak Now, was released and has been rumored to chronicle her romantic relationships with movie star Taylor Lautner and musician John Mayor. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly regarding Speak Now, Swift stated “For me, putting out an album means that every song on that album has to be something that I thought was the best thing I’ve ever written when I wrote it.” Swift may be the princess of country, but multiple acting gigs have kept her occupied as well. In the past four years she has been on and off the screen appearing in shows such as America’s Got Talent, CSI, Saturday Night Live and Dancing with the Stars. On the big screen, Swift has been a part of Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience and Hannah Montana: The Movie and Valentine’s Day. Currently, Swift is busy with her Speak Now World Tour, where she plans on performing in 24 states. “I’m really excited about everything that has to do with telling people about this album, because I’m just so proud of it” she stated in The Wall Street Journal interview. “You know, promotion is all different—you’re never doing too much of the same thing. "There are magazine shoots and interviews and talk shows and performances and concert specials. I like the variety of it, it’s definitely something you have to go into saying to yourself, ‘I will not get tired. I will not complain."

“I write songs that are like diary entries,” said Swift in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. “I have to do it in order to feel sane.” Taylor Swift took over the music industry in 2006, when she was only 17 years old. However, that is not when it all began when she was just 10 years old.

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“Every single weekend, I would go to festivals and fairs and karaoke contests… any place I could get up on stage,” she said in an interview with CMT.

Did you know:

Taylor Swift is a huge fan of the 80's rock band, Def Leppard? Rock on Taylor!

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GONE GLOBAL e f i l Wild

a tion v r e s n o C &

by tori haynes

photos by jeff lewis and the san diego zoo

As most people are unaware of every local environmental issue that surrounds us, it would seem unimaginable to even consider tracking the entire planet. While each of us may hold something dear, it is important to note one special San Diego company that works on environmental issues in a concerned effort to make world a better place, The San Diego Zoo. Our Zoo, though its many efforts, has made an enormous impact through both local and global conservation work that has helped to preserve many species and their habitats.


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spider monkeys

Running wild in Peru

Andean bears

The elusive Andean Bear lives in the Andes Mountains. It the only species of South American bear, found in a narrow strip running from western Venezuela through the Andes in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia, and ending in northwest Argentina.

monkeying around in peru The vision of San Diego Zoo Global is to “become a world leader at connecting people to wildlife and conservation.” This organization is comprised of The San Diego Zoo, San Diego Zoo Safari Park and the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research. Their main focus is to study animals in their native habitats, while using research to find solutions to prevent species from becoming extinct. In addition to several local projects, there are currently 230 researchers doing work in 35 different countries. One of the major projects in action right now is in the Cocha

Cashu Biological Station in the Peruvian Amazon. It is one of the world’s last remaining truly ‘wild’ areas. This station is located in the Manu National Park, which spans across 4 million-acres and is one of the most immaculate ecosystems. Dr. Ron Swaisgood, who has been with San Diego Zoo Global since 1995, has been studying the Andean bears in Peru along with their partner, the Spectacle Bear Conservation Society, since 2009. They use GPS satellites to determine and place boundaries on the areas that the bears inhabit. They found that water is a limited

resource in this area. Also, the Andean bears eat Pasallo trees, which is an inefficient source of food energy for them. Because of this, bears consistently lose weight during the dry season. On the other hand, Sapote trees are available during the wet season, enabling the bears to fatten up. Swaisgood explains, “If humans were to develop and remove the trees, the bears would have less water and be robbed of their food resources, leading to their extinction. This is why the team has developed boundaries to protect this land.”

manu national park

Manu National Park is the most biologically diverse region of the Amazon for terrestrial life. The reserve is a destination for birdwatchers from all over the world. It is home to over 1,000 species of birds, more than the number found in the United States and Canada combined.

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t he bird s h av e i t

Wildlife & Con se rvation

California Condor

Condor numbers dramatically declined in the 20th century due to poaching, lead poisoning, and habitat destruction. A conservation plan was put in place by the government which led to the capture of all 22 remaining wild condors in 1987. These surviving birds were bred at the San Diego Wild Animal Park.

Another animal that researchers give special attention to is the California condor, which was once on the brink of extinction. The conservation work is supported partly by The Foundation of the Zoological Society of San Diego. As a result of their work about 150 condors have hatched at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. Others have been released into the wild in California, Arizona and Baja California. Now, there is a first-ever, live Web camera that show the con-

birds eye view

Above the San Diego Zoo

Clapper Rail

The light-footed clapper rail is found exclusively in salt marshes between Santa Barbara, California and San Quintin Bay, Baja California, Mexico. Due to the loss and degradation of salt marshes the light-footed clapper rail species has declined. The species was listed as endangered in 1970.


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dors at the Breeding Center in the Safari Park. Head over to where you can see videos of first-hand accounts! This is a privilege considering the condors only breed every other year between December and April. The goal is to help people understand the wildlife that he researchers study. The Light-Footed Clapper Rail, another bird that is bred at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, is only found along

California’s coast from Santa Barbara to Baja California. This secretive, endangered species has successfully been bred and released back into the wild. July 19th, 2011, marks the tenyear point of the breeding program as well as the 300th bird to be released. This event was administrated by the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, Sea World, the Chula Vista Nature Center, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and a group of independent wildlife biologists known as ‘Team Clapper Rail.’

light-footed clapper rail

In it's natural habitat

Dr. Ron Swaisgood

Dr. Swaisgood serves the Zoological Society of San Diego as Head of the Division of Applied Animal Ecology at the center for Conservation and Research for Endangered Species.

Michael Mace, Curator of birds, explained that the Clapper Rails were common in marshlands in southern California but became endangered due to loss of the coastal wetland habitats from highway and home development. Coastal wetlands have been revitalized and now help stimulate the bird population. The San Diego Zoo Safari Park received their first clapper rails in 2005 and now 43 have hatched at this location, making it the largest breeding center of clapper rails. After the chicks hatch, they are given a few months to mature at the Safari Park where they are watched and nurtured. Then they are transferred to the Chula Vista Nature Center, which is very similar to their natural habitat. Here they learn to feed on their own and are conditioned to live in the wild. They are typically released into

the wild within one year of being born and there are now 440 known pairs in the wild. The Light-Footed Clapper Rails are important to our environment because they are an “umbrella species” in that they provide an umbrella of protection to many other species that rely on their existence. According to Mace, “We’ll know we’re successful when we don’t have to do as much hands-on management. We try to correct the situation and leave it in a good position so there’s less human intervention.” Researchers and scientists are working hard to preserve many animals around the world as well as maintaining a safe place for them in the San Diego Zoo and

Safari Park, which serves as a safe environment where scientists can study. The hope is to create a future in which people and wildlife can thrive together in harmony. The challenge is to be an active member of the community and do your part to help! It can be as easy as making a few simple adjustments to your daily habits. Simply conserving water and electricity is an effective way to start helping the earth. You can go online to for further tips on how to do your part. You can also stay updated by following the San Diego Zoo Global group on Facebook and Twitter where you’ll find usergenerated content to encourage you to get involved. In essence, a better and safer world for the animals leads to a better world for us!

michael mace

Michael joined the Wild Animal Park in 1973. Michael is a Professional Fellow in the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). He is the AZA Species Survival Coordinator for the Andean condor, International Studbook manager for the California condor, and is a U.S. Fish and Wildlife California Condor Recovery Team member.

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During the month of September, Dolcetti Boutique and A Style Concierge hosted private, in-house fashion events every Monday night. These events, called “Model Mondays,� were created as an opportunity for a variety of local models, photographers, wardrobe stylists, hair stylists and makeup artists to come together and collaborate on their talents. The outcome was nothing short of remarkable high-fashion photos that were to be used for portfolio building. By Tori Haynes

Michael Lee, the co-owner of A Style Concierge, created this unique event as yet another way to showcase the fashion and beauty San Diego has to offer. Hair, A Style Concierge Team; Makeup, Katie Polistena; Talent, Whitney Danielle.

Leopard Scarf by Murval, $13. Reversible Legging Jean by Bleu Lab, stylist’s own. Wedges, stylist’s own.

According to Lee, “Creating something that no one else has done before, while working with the wonderful talent we have, is quite an amazing experience.” It was through Michael Lee’s vast network of local talent, along with his enterprising effort, that one building in San Diego became the underground, unofficial fashion headquarters every Monday night.

Hair, Lihn Tran; Makeup, Katie Polinstena; Talent, Melody Dinckan. Knit Top by Lecca Couture, $62. Jean by Denimocracy, $84. Necklace by Skinny, $68. Suede Pumps by Report Signature, $220.

No need to match colors. Color-blocking is this season's hottest trend.

Hair, Janean De Hart and Linh Tran; Makeup, Katie Polistena; Talent, Whitney Danielle and Andrei Razmeritsa.

On Left: Dress by Collection Concepts, $77. Belt by Elise M., $34. Heels, stylist’s own. On Right: Woven Shirt by One90One, $58. Sweater by Insight, $72. Slim Jean by Insight, $84. Tie by Vintage Bowtie, $28. Skate Shoes, Stylist’s own.

Keep it classy, yet sophisticated with a cutaway hem.

Two in One: Dolcetti is a charming boutique that offers a wide variety of clothing from casual everyday looks to more sophisticated nightlife pieces. A Style Concierge, located upstairs at Dolcetti, offers a complete assortment of hair and beauty services.

Hair, Daniel Omar; Makeup, Daniel Omar. Talent, Michelle Tacawy.

Hair, Linh Tran; Makeup, Erin Tatum; Talent, Ashten Goodenough.

Coat, stylist’s own. Zipper Legging Jean by Rich & Skinny, $193. Necklace by Micha Design, $116. Bracelet by Streets Ahead, $50.

After testing the waters with this idea early in the month, Lee was flooded with positive feedback and a growing interest from the community. Each week built on the prior until the September 26th finale, where over two dozen industry professionals gathered to represent themselves in this unconventional arrangement of local fashion indulgence. Contributing Model Monday stylist and Fashion 5.0 fashion editor Dean Hall explained, “The goal is to show

Dress by Boulee, $240. Necklace by A.V. Max, $68. Clutch by Urban Expressions, $42. Heels by Report Signature, $220.

San Diego the hidden fashion-finds and style-gems that are nestled downtown.” Model Mondays was beneficial because everyone involved saved money through trading their work for no cost. As an added perk, it was also environmentally friendly as the multiple photographers all shot in one location.

Minimalist outfits are key to a polished look.

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Project Ethos Project Ethos was introduced to The House of Blues for the second time this year in San Diego on September 15, 2011. Their event merged a collaboration of local fashion, music and art. Rocking the stage was The Maul Shoppe, Cuckoo Chaos and Republic of Letters, who were followed by a fashion show featuring Fredrick’s of Hollywood, as well as work from five students from The Art Institute of San Diego: Cecilia Torres, Elina Sheripova, Haley Hanson, Amanda Alkas and Steven Mayor. During the live concert and fashion show, there was also an interactive art gallery that offered several unique items for sale from local artists that included Joseph Topacio, David Ross, Eric Wixon, Gloria Muriel, Scott Saw, Jordan Roberts and Dave Warshaw.

another macy's collaboration! Macy’s has announced Giambattista Valli as the fourth designer to participate in the “Impulse” fashion department later this fall. The collection will include limited-edition women’s apparel pieces and is set to launch on Oct. 26, 2011. This is Valli’s first venture into affordable fashion, with prices ranging from $50 to $150. Find the new line in approximately 225 Macy’s stores nationwide!

Missoni For Target Magherita Missoni introduces its line for Target. Beginning on Sept. 13 the collection will run until Oct. 22, 2011. The line includes a field of colorful zigzags and swirly patterns to ultimately convey a chic, winter bohemian look. The collection includes everything from clothing items, shoes, scarfs, belts, socks and bags, to home décor such as frames, chairs and decorative vases.

thread Horton Event Space will host THREAD Show on Oct. 9, 2011. Shop the top apparel trends of the season while simultaneously supporting local designers. The event will be featured in San Diego, Seattle, L.A, and San Francisco. Included in the event is a pop-up local art gallery, live music, and a cheeky photo booth.

Jimmy Choo Fall Trunk Show Fashion Valley Mall and Jimmy Choo hosted the Jimmy Choo Fall Trunk Show on Sept. 10, 2011. Featured during the event were the latest fall collection of Jimmy Choo shoes, a launch of Jimmy Choo fragrances, light catering, live music and free gifts with all Jimmy Choo shoe purchases.

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Ruffled Tank by Lush, available at Madison Boutique, $38.80. White Skinny Jeans by Flying Monkey, available at Fresh Boutique, $39.80. Leopard Pumps by Fahrenheit, available at Madison Boutique, $38.80.

Lace Bandeau by Lush, available at Fresh Boutique, $16.80. Exotic Print Jacket by Yipee, available at Fresh Boutique, $36.80. High-Waist Dress Pants by Lush, available at Madison Boutique, $42.80. Shoes, model's own.

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LOVELY IN LACE Romantic lace in creamy colors is fall's take on the Little Black Dress. Lace Fit Flare Dress. Available at Arden B., $79.00.


Turn your Summer wardrobe into Fall with these easy transition pieces! Our 5.0 favorites include faux fur, lace, floral and booties! By Dean Hall and Ashley Mehrdad

Channel your inner Rachel Zoe with an instant sense of glam in this shaggy fur vest. Faux Fur Vest by Hawke & Co., available at Nordstrom, $98.00.


Throw on a faux fur vest over your light summer cardigans for a cozy fall feel. DKNYC Striped Faux Fur Vest, available at Bloomingdale's, $159.00.

SPARKLE Shine bright in these glamorous glittery pumps! HASTT Heels available at Steve Madden, $169.95.


FUTURISTIC Add definition to your silhouette with exaggerated or structured shoulders. Lace Dress, available at Foreign Exchange, $35.00.


Flash some color with these bright red booties! Criblez Booties available at Aldo, $170.00.

ANIMAL INSTINCTS Stay minimal when pairing with animal prints — Denim, whites and creams are a great combo! 'Uma' Bootie by Sam Edelman, available at Nordstrom, $249.95.

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Neutral and brown colored florals are an alternative shade for fall. FP ONE Banded Florals Dress available at Free People, $108.00.

You don't need a whole new wardrobe for the fall season. Just a few of these pieces paired with your wardrobe basics will do the trick!

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D.iy. . garden

build your own

With the cost of food skyrocketing and the current economic turmoil, it’s not a bad idea to start growing your own food. Even though winter is approaching, now is the perfect time to begin preparing for an autumn harvest. Follow these five tips to create your own garden for next to nothing!

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by Micah Skye, L.N.M.T., N.C.

photo by Jonah Gilmore

make a plan

Plan your garden today to ensure winter success. Decide what you’d like to grow. How much space can you devote to the project? How much time are you willing to spend? Answering these questions will help you to determine your priorities.

Start small

When planning your garden, it’s better to start too small than to start too large. In order to enjoy your garden, you must be able to control it. Don’t get too ambitious and remember, you can always add more.

Choose wisely

Some plants are more productive than others. Choosing plants that fruit or produce quickly is your best option. One great choice is Arugula, which has become widely popular in gourmet cuisine. Arugula produces quickly and consistently, whereas tomatoes take a lot of time and care.

recycle seeds

When you buy a packet of seeds, you generally receive more than you need. Find a friend that wants to join you in your endeavor for a fun and frugal way to split the costs. Sprouting seeds from a delicious apple or avocado is another great way to get a plant for free.

Share tools

You can cut costs on tools, soil and other things like fertilizer by finding a garden buddy to split costs and share with. This also gives you a partner and support system on your journey in the garden.

The most important thing to remember for your green thumb adventure is to have fun! Remember, your garden doesn’t need to be perfect. Pick a favorite fruit or vegetable, plant a few seeds and have fun watching them grow to maturity. No taste of success is greater than the one you can put on the dinner table and eat!

Meet micah: Micah Skye is a nutritional consultant, gourmet chef and yogi. He hosts an international radio talk show called Esoteric Action Radio. Tune in every Sunday from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. on to hear Micah’s exploration of health and wellness. Feel free to call in about any health concerns you may have!

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Garlic is the easiest crop to grow and an excellent choice for planting in Mid-October. Be sure to plant in an area with full sun.

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beauty au natural By Morgan Ferrari

Reduce, reuse and recycle. Like many, that mantra provokes thoughts of an over abundance of plastic bottles and corn fuel, not makeup. However, our generation has been given the challenge to help stimulate the “green movement” in all sectors of our lives. Making the switch to an environmentally friendly beauty routine is challenging as old habits die hard. To help get you started, we’ve provided some information about the advantages of organic cosmetics and a few companies to look to for help.

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For starters, take a look at the packaging your makeup comes in. We help our carbon footprint by using and reusing materials, therefore recycled packaging is the most desirable.

GET EVEN Bare Escentuals Original SPF 15 Foundation is a lightweight powder with medium to full coverage. Bare Escentuals Original SPF 15 Foundation, available at Sephora, $26.00

LIPSMACK Vapour Organic Beauty’s Elixir Plumping Lip Gloss gives us a light, slick smacker that reminds us of a grown-up Bonne Bell. When you purchase the color HONOR, 10% of the proceeds go towards breast cancer research. Vapour Lip Gloss, available online at, $22.00


Secondly become aware of the ingredients and chemicals in each of your products. Note that the chemicals and toxicity levels vary per brand and per product. With minimal exposure these pollutants will do little harm, even with daily use. Your skin is a strong, yet vulnerable protector that will eventually be stripped by those toxins and then absorbed into your body. This can then create a build-up that could damage your blood and vital organs. To bypass any unwanted damage, look for products with natural ingredients.

So, which companies and products should you look for? Sephora offers favorites like Bare Escentuals, Physician’s Formula and Josie Maran. Also, a few up and comers include NveyEco, Dr. Hauschka Makeup, SukiColor, Lavera Makeup and Vapour Organic Beauty. But to be fair, some big brands are also starting to venture into natural cosmetology, like Cover Girl and Almay. So go ahead, jump on the biodegradable, refurbished and green bandwagon and enjoy the ride.

BAT A LASH Josie Maran's GOGO Instant Natural Volume Argan Mascara replaces synthetics with protein-rich Argan oil conditions and supports hair growth for naturally plush lashes. You won't notice the difference in performance but Mother Earth will! Josie Maran's GOGO Instant Natural Volume Argan Mascara, available at Sephora, $22.00.

fact: Your Natural beauty is 100% environmentally friendly; the most beautiful thing a women could wear is confidence and a smile. OCTOBER 2011 //



se hotel


Nautical Fashion Show

The Se Hotel (now rebranded as Hotel Palomar) hosted a hosted a pin-up model fashion show with patriotic swimwear sponsored by Fables by Barrie and presented by Fashion 5.0, ASC Events and SD Young Pros. photos by max artwell

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Madison & Leoluca Fashion Show

For the Spotlight Saturdays Finale, Fashion 5.0 and SD Young Pros presented the newest fall fashion wear with Madison Boutique and local handbag designer Leoluca and hair and makeup by A Style Concierge. photos by max artwell


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september issue release party

Fashion 5.0 and Night Access teamed up to host a fashion show and live photo shoot to celebrate the September issue release and Matt Gerold’s birthday at Bar West. See the photo shoot on page 34! photos by pol santos

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boat party

R.A.P. Productions and Jedisugar presented an old Hollywood-themed boat cruise with Hyena and DJ Erik Till. To get on the Halloween-themed boat party on October 25, see page 39 for details! photos by james norton


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art, music fashion

The House of Blues San Diego hosted this fashion, art and music event for Project Ethos, which is designed to promote local artists, musicians and designers across the U.S. Did you know Project Ethos discovered Bruno Mars? photos by emily soto

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SKAM ARTISTS DJ Wednesdays continue at Guesthouse at Stingaree on Wednesday nights with a notable performance by Wynter Gordon (top center). Also noted was a surprise appearance by Skrillex (center right). photos by james norton

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sfinx productions and tAo management

las vegas By Jillian Marie Dyer

photos by myles vives & Seva Kalashnikov Las Vegas is the ultimate girl’s getaway destination known for fabulous weather, a non-stop party scene and beautiful people. With summer ending, what better way to keep the vibes alive than an all-inclusive and all-expense paid trip with your friends! SFiNX Productions and Tao Management made it happen this September by bringing 50 of the hottest Southern California girls to sin city for a 3 day, 2 night extravaganza! All the ladies arrived early at Kate Sessions Park in Pacific Beach in anticipation of departing on the luxury charter bus. Getting the full VIP treatment, the bus was stocked with endless snacks, drinks and gift bags filled with SFiNX swag including watches, gift certificates to local boutiques, water bottles, energy drinks and of course the September issue of Fashion 5.0 Magazine! Rolling into Vegas in style, they checked into the Trump International Hotel and were assigned four to a room. According to the girls on the trip, the suites at the Trump are incredible—MTV crib status! The amenities included both a king size bed and queen size couch bed, kitchenette and a huge bathtub with a Jacuzzi. Even the bathroom had TVs built into the mirrors. What was really unique and classy about the Trump Hotel is that it was 100% smoke free and was conveniently near a huge shopping mall. Excellent choice SFiNX! The ladies eagerly unpacked their luggage and settled into their suites and got ready for their first night out. Starting at Lavo Italian Restaurant inside The Palazzo, they were served welcome drinks and tasty Mediterranean appetizers of pizza and calamari. Feeling refueled and energized, everyone was ready to tear it up at Lavo Nightclub. Lavo Nightclub possesses an intimate nightlife experience and it embraces a Moroccan décor making it a sexy and exotic superb club! Melody Dinckan, one of the selected 50 hottest girls on the trip, appreciated the private table and bottle service aspect of the night. She loved how refreshing and convenient it was to have a drink at hand while dancing. The night was a success and everyone couldn’t wait until the next day for the pool party!

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october | in this issue: COVER Shirt, $24.80; coat, $44.80; earrings, $4.80, all available at Forever 21 Fashion Valley Mall (619) 278-0066. TABLE OF CONTENTS Top by Brandy Melville, $28. Bra by Naven, $68. Jean by Rich & Skinny, $193. Bracelet by Streets Ahead, $67. Watch by Lamer, $88. Heels by Report Signature, $220. All available at Dolcetti Boutique (619) 237-4413. UNDERCOVER Pages 28-29: Shirt available at Forever 21 Fashion Valley Mall (619) 278-0066, $19.80. Pants available at Forever 21 Fashion Valley Mall (619) 278-0066, $22.80. Fur Coat by Marc by Marc Jacobs, available at Bloomingdale's Fashion Valley Mall (619) 610-6400, $698.00. Hat available at Forever 21 Fashion Valley Mall (619) 278-0066, $17.80. Earrings available at Forever 21 Fashion Valley Mall (619) 278-0066, $5.80. Bag available at Jimmy Choo Fashion Valley Mall (619) 295-0303, $1,295.00. Shoes by Andrea, available at Tutto Cuore (858) 490-4685, $59.99. Page 30: Dress available at Forever 21 Fashion Valley Mall (619) 278-0066, $24.80. Fur Vest by Aqua, available at Bloomingdale's Fashion Valley Mall (619) 610-6400, $158.00. Vintage Earrings available at Madison Boutique (858) 270-2222, $16.80. Vintage Ring available at Madison Boutique (858) 270-2222, $14.80. Bag available at Jimmy Choo Fashion Valley Mall (619) 295-0303, $1,995.00. Shoes by Steven Madden, available at Tutto Cuore (858) 490-4685, $89.99. Page 31: Shirt by Naked Zebra, available at Madison Boutique (858) 270-2222, $32.80. Fur Coat by MICHAEL by Michael Kors, available at Bloomingdale's Fashion Valley Mall (619) 610-6400, $175.00. Skirt by BCBG, available at Bloomingdale's Fashion Valley Mall (619) 610-6400, $198.00. Earrings by Eden Privee, available at www. EdenPrivĂŠ,$14.95. Bag available at Jimmy Choo Fashion Valley Mall (619) 295-0303, $1,595.00. Shoes by Chinese Laundry, available at Tutto Cuore (858) 490-4685, $59.99. Page 32: Bodysuit available at Forever 21 Fashion Valley Mall (619) 278-0066, $17.80. Fur Coat by MICHAEL by Michael Kors , available at Bloomingdale's Fashion Valley Mall (619) 610-6400, $175.00. Earrings available at Forever 21 Fashion Valley Mall (619) 278-0066, $4.80. Necklace by Aqua, available at Bloomingdale's Fashion Valley Mall (619) 610-6400, $30.00. Boots by Andrea, available at Tutto Cuore (858) 490-4685, $73.99. STYLE Page 34: On Left: Lace Bandeau by Lush, available at Fresh Boutique (858) 270-5200, $16.80. Exotic Print Jacket by Yipee, available at Fresh boutique (858) 270-5200, $36.80. High-Waist Dress Pants by Lush, available at Madison Boutique (858) 2702222, $42.80. Shoes, model's own. On Right: Ruffled Tank by Lush, available at Madison Boutique (858) 270-2222, $38.80. White Skinny Jeans by Flying Monkey, available at Fresh boutique (858) 270-5200, $39.80. Leopard Pumps by Fahrenheit, available at Madison Boutique (858) 270-2222, $38.80. FASHION DEPARTMENT PHOTO CREDITS Cover & Undercover (Pages 1, 28-32): Photography, James Norton. Wardrobe, Dean Hall. Hair, Christina Mansi. Make Up, Carmen Del Valle. Talent, Sarra Hansen and Nick Garrett. Location: Hotel Palomar, San Diego. Table of Contents (Page 8), bottom left: Photography, Steven David Branon. Hair, Kendall Dorsey. Makeup, Katie Polistena. Bottom right: See Cover & Undercover credits. Style (Page 34): Photography, Emily Soto. Wardrobe, Lauren Mercado and Rizza Hosian. Hair, Jennifer Bousquet. Make Up, Holly Kessler and Shelby Sauderholm. Talent, Sequoia Steen and Cherish Fry. OCTOBER 2011 //



las vegas continued...

The ladies woke up to disappointing weather, but were ready to party rain or shine. So they suited up with a liquid coat and headed to TAO Beach where only in September it is Spring Break! Entering the pool, it resembled a tropical secluded island, there was a live DJ spinning the latest hip hop and house tracks in the center of the pool and spacious day beds scattered everywhere to lounge and mostly dance on! The place was covered with forty foot bamboo trees to give it that Asian feel. Not only is TAO Beach one of the most sophisticated beach party spots in Las Vegas, but the cuisine is just as satisfying. Throughout the day, the girls were served an assortment of signature TAO specials of sushi, quesadillas and chicken skewers. Plenty of photographers were there, including Seva Kalashnikov from Napkin Nights, which is the most popular party picture Web site in Vegas! Of course nobody wanted to leave but they knew they had to rest up and for their last night in town & promptly departed at 5:30 p.m.! Looking fabulous in their stilettos and dresses, the group headed over to The Venetian to dine at what is considered the best restaurant in Las Vegas, TAO Asian Bistro. After sipping on fancy alcoholic drinks and eating delectable appetizers, it was finally time to boogie down inside TAO Nightclub! On a side note for all you future TAO goers: If you eat at the restaurant, your cover into the club is included. TAO Nightclub was definitely a great choice for a last night out. This club had a high-energy atmosphere, go-go dancers and other live performances, two main rooms playing a variety of music and an outside terrace overlooking the strip! The girls enjoyed two dance floor tables as DJ Vice played an amazing set of mash-up, hip-hop and house well past 3:00 a.m. As the next morning crept up, everyone was very exhausted and sadly trekked back on the party bus to depart back to San Diego. Omid Sabet, the owner of SFiNX Productions, stated his favorite part of every Vegas trip is the interesting stories as the girls hop on the bus. According to Sabet “Every story I heard was a good one. It was an overall very successful trip.�

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October 2011

new horoscope by Cathy Moe

ARIES The Ram { April 19 – May 13 } You receive recognition in October. Dress to match your moods. As the Zodiac’s darling, you are the first to wear new fashions. The red carpet rolls itself out while luxury lights up your social and romantic encounters. TAURUS The Bull { May 14 – June 19 } Love is a seesaw in October. You just have to stay balanced! Take charge and watch your projects bloom. You’re in the public eye, so dress for elegance. A secret admirer will put you in the spotlight soon! GEMINI The Twins { June 20 – July 20 } You’re everyone’s idea of harmony this month. This extends to your wardrobe as you dress to express. Your signature style lets others know you are always ready for a good time! Trust and love grow with October’s gentle breezes. CANCER The Crab { July 21 – August 9 } Cancers are never far from blue waters. Those who keep you happy win your affection. Dress for serenity and watch it show up in the tides. Romance balances accounts and allows for a special purchase. LEO The Lion { August 10 – September 15 } Connections heighten as you dress to be seen. You attract those you most want to spend time with. Decisions come easily as October brings success. Romance with flair brings smiles and winning words. VIRGO The Maiden { September 16 – October 30 } Additions to your closet include belts and silky tops. Chains and hair extensions fill out your October. Simple dresses with classic lines earn admiring looks. When it comes to romance, trust yourself because your heart is right on target. LIBRA God of Justice { October 31 – November 22 } You can succeed at anything you choose. Knowing you have perseverance helps you to relax. You are the apple of someone’s eye, so delight him or her with your charm and candor. Free yourself to wear fashions that flatter your judicious nature. SCORPIO The Scorpion { November 23 – November 29 } No one pulls the wool over Scorpio’s eyes. Your instincts tell you love is meant for you too. Shawls that drape over your shoulders and accessories that glimmer in the shadows add a mysterious glamour that everyone wants to reveal. OPHIUCHUS The Serpent Holder { November 30 – December 17 } As a new sign, you’re still discovering yourself. Whether it’s subtle shades or bright reflections, your wardrobe reveals who you are. Forging your own path, you approach work, romance and friendships with a blossoming perspective each day. Expect the unexpected. SAGITTARIUS The Archer { December 18 – January 18 } What will you wear for that last-minute party? Keep dresses, scarves and shoes ready to celebrate. Changing tastes? The perfect replacement arrives just in time. Be open to receive romance from all directions. CAPRICORN The Goat { January 19 – February 15 } Preparing your wardrobe saves oodles of time. Open your heart to change because you may be invited to travel. Make sure to wear your favorite outfits in October. Romance entices a special purchase. AQUARIUS The Water Bearer { February 16 – March 11 } Your wardrobe reflects your cutting-edge nature, which makes you attractive to those around you. Want a new look? Adding accessories to your outfits is the perfect way to update your closet. Adventure brings you face-to-face with flirtation and romance. PISCES The Fish { March 12 – April 18 } Relationships can be mirrors. Dress to reflect your best angles. You attract attention this month. Romance may pop up but don’t take it for granted. A guardian angel adds substance to your wardrobe. OCTOBER 2011 //


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October 5: Andre Nickatina House of Blues, 6:30 p.m. October 6: Honda Civic Tour Presents: Blink 182 & My Chemical Romance Cricket Wireless Amphitheater, 7:00 p.m. October 8: Common Sense w/ Shoreline Rootz Belly Up, 9:00 p.m, 21+ October 16: Colbie Caillat Humphrey’s by the Bay, 7:30 p.m. October 17: Foo Fighters Viejas Arena, 7:00 p.m. October 18: Billy Idol Humphrey’s by the Bay, 7:30 p.m.

October 7 & 8: George Lopez Stressed about school already? George Lopez is here to save the day. The well-known comedian will guarantee a hilarious comedy act that is calling your name. Humphrey’s, Point Loma, 7:30 p.m.

October 9: THREAD Show Feel like shopping? Go shop the top apparel trends of the season while simultaneously supporting local designers. The event will be featured in San Diego, Seattle, L.A. and San Francisco. Don’t miss out on a pop-up local art gallery, live music and a cheeky photo booth. Horton Event Space, Gaslamp, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

THRU October 31: The Haunted Hotel The Haunted Hotel is not to be missed. Ghouls, zombies, monsters and movie serial killers roam the hotel as they chase you story by story. See how far you can go in this chiller adventure. Gaslamp Quarter, Downtown San Diego, Openings and times vary. THRU October 31: Haunted Trail If you’re up for a San Diego Halloween adventure be sure to check out the haunted trails at Marston Point in Balboa Park. Drifting off on your own is a no-no, as you never know what might pop up along the way! Balboa Park, San Diego, Open 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday and also Monday Oct. 24 and Tuesday Oct. 25 and of course, Halloween.


San Diego Chargers Home Games October 2: vs. Dolphins, 1:15 p.m. Qualcomm Stadium, Mission Valley

MISC: October 20: Taylor Swift Valley View Casino, 7:00 p.m. October 19: Julieta Venegas Humphrey’s by the Bay, 7:30 p.m. October 22: Kahilofa Gallagher’s Irish Pub, 9:00 p.m, 21+ October 28: Collie Buddz House of Blues, 7:00 p.m. October 28: Deadmau5 Petco Park, 5:30 p.m.

October 29: Monster Bash! Enter through the gates of hell and attend the Monster Bash! This year, the block party will feature killer live bands, bars and a costume contest. Festivities are from 6:00 p.m. to midnight. 7th and Market St., Gaslamp Quarter, 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m., 21+ October 24-28: Banding Together The Belly Up Tavern will be collecting instruments for Banding Together, a local organization that gives music therapy scholarships, instruments and mentorships to kids with special needs. Make a difference today and donate that old guitar, harmonica or drum set. Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach, 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., for more info call (858) 481-8140.

October 7 & 8: O.B. Oktoberfest Now two nights of Oktoberfest fun! Come on Friday night and enjoy happy hour from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Music and contests such as the World Famous Sausage Toss will take place on Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Having fun and begin responsible is a synch with free shuttle buses are offered every 30 minutes. October 30: San Diego Mud Run Want to get down and dirty, well the mud run is back! The 5K run features obstacles, hill climbs, mud pits and lots of dirty fun. You can run as an individual or make a team of friends! Skyline Church, Rancho San Diego, 12:00 p.m.

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