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ANCIENT MYSTERIES MODERN DISCOVERIES

This Month IN KC

June

WHERE YOU NEED TO BE AND WHAT YOU NEED TO SEE

The Collective: Wardrobe June 6, 5 to 7:30 p.m. The Fontaine Hotel WEARABLE ART The perfect white shirt is an absolute must in every woman’s closet. It can be dressed up or dressed down. The wardrobe staple looks good with denim or a ball skirt (think Carolina Herrera). It can be sexy or straight-laced. And the search for the perfect one is never-ending. Mary Schulte of Open Collective by Mary Schulte was on the lookout, too. “While searching for the perfect white shirt, I began collaborating with creative women to find the ideal design,” she says. “One thing led to another and five distinctive pieces were created with several different female artists—each of them diverse and inspiring.” The capsule collection features five essentials by local designers and artists: a white shirt and a black caftan by designer Hadley Clark; a wide-brimmed hat by milliner Amina Marie Hood; a circle bag by textile artist Debra Smith; and a shrug by Emily Evans Sloan with handcrafted buttons by ceramic artist Jennifer Wilkinson. “Each piece is distinctive—made by women for women,” Schulte says. The bespoke wardrobe will be available for purchase. To introduce the collective, the first popup salon will be held at the Fontaine Hotel. Email jh@openbymary.com to receive an invitation to attend the event.

By Hadley Clark

North American Premiere • Limited Engagement

Journey Back 12,000 Years

WHAT’S NEW IN KC

Featuring 300 original artifacts

Food For The Family Soul Call Your Mother In Law Release on June 26 Available for presale on Amazon and iBooks on Apple

Hands-on Activities

Tickets as low as $12.95*

*Excludes Preservation Fee

NOW OPEN only at UNION STATION

FOOD FOR THE FAMILY SOUL Call Your Mother-in-Law is the first book in a series by Kansas City author, home cook, and food photographer Ashley Nunez. Growing up in an Italian family, marrying into a family with Cuban heritage, and being mentored by a Louisiana native, her cooking style melds Italian, Cuban, and Southern influences. Each book is designed as a catalyst to bring families together in the kitchen. Nunez was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, so all the recipes have carbohydrate and protein counts included. It’s simply delicious food that not only brings the family back to the table but into the kitchen.

This exhibition is produced by MuseumsPartner in Austria in collaboration with English Heritage

JUNE 2019

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IN Kansas City June 2019  

Paul Rudd is on the cover and is our exclusive interview in our June issue of IN Kansas City magazine. He talks movies, his hometown, and hi...

IN Kansas City June 2019  

Paul Rudd is on the cover and is our exclusive interview in our June issue of IN Kansas City magazine. He talks movies, his hometown, and hi...