LA DE DA Magazine Winter 2013 Issue

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WINTER 2013

Featuring

Featured Designer MILANÉ NOIR

The Savage Sisters talk RETAIL THERAPY and how to shop consignment Artist & Author Showcase COURTNEY BARRIGER

KAYLIN AMABILE LEON BAISDEN DARYNA BARYKINA ELDAD CARIN JASON FITZGERALD GALLI / TREVISAN LAUREN GHERARDI MARIO PERALTA SAMANTHA RAGER ANDY ROBINSON BONNIE RODRIGUEZ DANIEL VALVERDE

the Winter Issue


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Contents

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ELDAD CARIN Hairgonomics

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JASON FITZGERALD Throwback Glam

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KAYLIN AMABILE Duality

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LAUREN GHERARDI Tallulah

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BONNIE RODRIGUEZ Christmas is Here

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MILANÉ NOIR Featured Designer

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DARYNA BARYKINA Rise from the Ashes

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ELDAD CARIN Meadowtumn

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SAMANTHA RAGER Roaming

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DANIEL VALVERDE A Different Kind of Getaway

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GALLI / TREVISAN Passione in Villa

LEON BAISDEN Escaping the Monarch

RETAIL THERAPY How to Shop Consignment

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COURTNEY BARRIGER Featured Artist & Author

ANDY ROBINSON Beautiful Disaster

On the Cover:

MARIO PERALTA Savage Abandonment

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EDITORIAL CREDITS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CREATIVE DIRECTOR Jennifer Chabri COPY EDITOR LAYOUT EDITOR Argie Mitra CONTRIBUTORS Kaylin Amabile Leon Baisden Courtney Barriger Daryna Barykina Eldad Carin Jason Fitzgerald Galli / Trevisan Lauren Gherardi Mario Peralta Samantha Rager Andy Robinson Bonnie Rodriguez Melanie Rodriguez Jessica & Julia Savage Daniel Valverde

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR Happy Holidays everyone! I hope you are having a wonderful and cozy season. Thank you so much for all your submissions! It is inspiring that so many artists, designers, and photographers are willing to be a part of the LA DE DA project. We have an amazing group of contributors for this winter issue of LA DE DA Magazine. This time we went international, including photographers from Milan, Italy, Ramat Gan, Israel, as well as all over the US, including New York City, Los Angeles, Jacksonville, Tampa, and Charlotte, NC. The editorials range from refined and elegant, to vintage and mysterious, to warm and relaxed, and even to dark and unsettling. Our featured designer, fresh on the scene, hails from New York City and has an optimistic and entrepreneurial spirit. Her collection embodies a sense of new beginnings with a darker moodier approach. There is also insight into an upscale consignment boutique from Fernandina Beach, FL, owned by two creative sisters. Our featured artist is a well-traveled inspiring gal who is both an author and artist. She happens to also model and act, but that is a whole other story. She is currently promoting her new book, Sleepwalk to the Face, an epic narrative poem. We hope you are creatively invigorated and enjoy this winter issue of LA DE DA Magazine. Be sure to connect with us online to stay updated on LA DE DA happenings!

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Jennifer Chabri Editor-in-Chief

We currently have an open submission call for upcoming issues. Designers and artists of all media are also encouraged to submit their press packs for consideration as featured artists. For info and guidelines, please visit http://www.ladedamag.com/submissions



HAIRGONOMICS PHOTOGRAPHY ELDAD CARIN MODELS NADYA LOREN NETA MARK ROBERTO MODELS MANAGEMENT MAKEUP ERAN ISRAELI USING CHRISTIAN DIOR HAIR SARA ASHANTI

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MODELS VICTORIA BRITO & RASCHELLE OSBOURNE MUSE MODEL MANAGEMENT HAIR EVE WHITTINGTON

MAKEUP HEATHER LUCAS FOR CAMERA READY COSMETICS STYLING TOYIN GRAHAM STYLING ASSISTANT LORENA MURAT

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Christmas is Here PHOTOGRAPHY BONNIE RODRIGUEZ MODEL CINTIA CASTELO MAKEUP MAXINE CHRISTIANS SHOWROOM PRB

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PASSIONE in Villa PHOTOGRAPHERS GALLI/TREVISAN MODELS VERA S. 路 ICE MODELS YULIA S. MAKEUP FRANCESCA MAMONE STYLING ANDREA TREVISAN RETOUCHING ANNA KOJ LOCATION & VINTAGE COLLECTION MUSEI MAZZUCCHELLI

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FEATURED ARTIST

Courtney Barriger Get to know Courtney Barriger: artist, writer, model, and director living in Los Angeles, CA completely unshy about exploiting different tools to bring her imagination to life. Her latest published, authored, and self-illustrated work, Sleepwalk to the Face, explores the duality of fantasy as tragedy and a satisfying escape. LA DE DA: Who is Courtney Barriger and why is she a writer? Courtney: For as long as I can remember I have been as curious as I have been expressive. What makes life fulfilling to me is to be equally involved in discovery and learning, as in giving and creating. Growing up, I had a reputation for reading constantly. I could walk down a flight of stairs with my nose in a book without trouble. Naturally, that gave way to storytelling. From age ten, writing short stories and short films was the norm for me, but finishing a book wouldn't happen until my twenties. My first novel, "NightBook Short Story Anthology," was written in college and published when I was 23. It was the first story I visualized in its entirety, so I felt it was time for me to start giving back some of the things I have learned. What should we know about your writing style? Why should we read your work? There are countless ways to tell a story. And when a writer chooses their route, there is always a direction in mind. My novels−the children's book excluded−are set in fantasy, and I labored to write in a style that would engulf the reader in its environment: descriptions are bold, and emotions run high. In "Sleepwalk to The Face," an epic narrative poem, the story is set in a dream. And just like a dream, the setting is bright, and the characters are volatile. My writing is simple in structure, but complex in meaning. Most readers say they feel that they are one with the characters, as they journey through their adventures. (continued on page 40)

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What is your favorite part about conceptualizing a story? Conceptualization comes in pieces. For me, ideas form when I am hiking Griffith Park, or riding my bike through Silverlake. The best moments come like a flash in the dark. All of a sudden, the perfect scenario forms, and all I want to do is stop and start writing. From there on, it is filling in the pieces that make that scenario come to life and become a story. Most of the filling comes from research and many hours of playing in the imagination. By far, my favorite part is when I know I have found a story that hasn't been told. What matters to you most as an author? Originality and unpredictability. One of the reasons I chose to write a short story anthology and an epic narrative poem was to stray from predictive writing. It is very difficult to get away from the three act structure of story telling. In short, it leaves the audience with a sense of incompleteness. But the style of delivery can change a story. However, my next book will be a novel in true form only because it is wholly original content based on a true story. Most importantly, I love to tell stories that touch the heart and make us feel human. What makes us feel more alive than falling in love for the first time, or walking through the last night of a person's life? My stories are always adventure stories because I want to reach my audience and remind us to take chances and never let a moment slip you by.

I illustrate my own novels because I simply cannot help but draw out what I imagine. Why do you use your own art in your novels, and how does this affect the reader's experience? I illustrate my own novels because I simply cannot help but draw out what I imagine. If you have the tools, you use them. It also makes for a great visual aid for my readers to see the fantasy as I do. What is the best way to get into the zone when writing, painting, or drawing? In silence, thoughts are clearer. When writing, I find a quiet place with minimal distraction. And if that isn't working for me I play songs that compliment the feel I am going for. Music without lyrics creates a perfect mood for both writing and painting. Where do you get your inspiration? Inspiration comes from everything. And the more open you are to novel experiences, the deeper the well goes. I love listening to stories from strangers, and exploring places I have never been. The trick is to write it all down soon after it happens, preferably in personal journals. Then the new never goes 40 | LA DE DA www.ladedamag.com

away, it becomes a part of who you are. Who are your favorite writers and artists? My favorite writers are J.R.R Tolkien, James Joyce, J.K. Rowling, and Krishnamurti. My favorite painters are Alex Grey and John Singer Sargent. Can you tell us about your newest project? "Sleepwalk to The Face" is my second novel, and my first published book of poetry. It follows one night in the life of an elderly man who becomes young again in a lucid dream sleepwalking episode. In his day, he never journeyed further than his home town except through books. His sleepwalk gives him the chance to do the things he had given up on, like experiencing India and wooing the woman of his dreams. In conceptualizing the book, I wanted to explore regret and the significance of fantasy for someone who has lived a long life. So much of literary fiction focuses on youth and writ of passage and so little on retrospect and the finality of aging. It was intriguing to seek out my questions and play with poetry in this new way. I hope that readers will come to think of living in fantasy as both tragic and satisfying. Any advice for aspiring authors and artists? Stay hungry, stay foolish. Never stop. And always believe in yourself. Thank you Courtney for sharing so much about your passions! Visit www.courtneybarriger.com on the web to connect and learn more about Courtney, and find links to purchase her books and her Bear Court brand tees.



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DUALITY PHOTOGRAPHY KAYLIN AMABILE KMARIE PHOTOGRAPHY MODELS EMILY WEHUNT NICOLE NGUYEN HAIR & MAKEUP JESSICA JENNINGS

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Tallulah PHOTOGRAPHY LAUREN M. GHERARDI MODEL CAROLYN JERNIGAN HAIR HOLLAND MORGAN MAKEUP ERIN FOSTER STYLING ARGIE MITRA

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dress & corset VINTAGE necklace THE BIRD'S WORD ring 210EAST11 boots BELLA VITA



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FEATURED DESIGNER

Emerging New York designer Melanie Rodriguez is all about individual style. She shares her process, inspirations, and what makes her Milané Noir designs unique. Photography by Chris Levy

LA DE DA: Tell us a little about yourself. Where are you from and what got you started in design? Melanie: I’m from New York! Born and raised. I grew up with two sisters, so fashion and makeup were kind of forced upon me! But I also went to school for it. I attended Fashion Industries High School, where I learned how to make patterns, drape, and sew. I made a complete wedding dress when I was just 16 years old. At that moment I knew this was something I was good at, and wanted to continue! How would you define your personal style? My personal style goes hand in hand with my individuality. I wear what I want and I don’t really follow trends. I wear white after Labor Day, and I’ve never had ombré hair. But my main focus is to stand out. I love oversized scarves, dark nail polish in the summer, and literally wear leather all year around. My number one rule when styling myself is not to the follow the rules. What's your favorite part about conceptualizing a design? My favorite part about conceptualizing a design is the fact that whatever I say goes! I make up the rules; I decide what goes where, what color to use, how many inches to cut, etc. And in the end, the garment that you can physically touch is a product of everything I know, love, admire and what inspires me. What matters to you most as a fashion designer? The one thing that matters to me most, as a fashion designer, is my image. I want to always maintain a professional, admirable image. And as for Milané Noir, I want to portray nothing but high end luxury.

How do you prepare for a fashion shoot or shows? Do you have any special rituals? Shoots are my favorite! Shows−not so much. For shoots, I always prepare the looks the day before. My favorite part has to be looking for makeup and hair concepts. The day of [the shoot], I’m up super early, getting breakfast, calling cabs, you name it. During, I prep my models with what I’m looking to portray, and then, BAM! The magic happens. Shows are literally hectic and crazy! There’s a bunch of chaos backstage: models running around, hair and makeup being done, and at the same time everyone manages to scarf down their food. It is a fun and stressful process, but the outcome is always amazing! How would you define the style your line exemplifies? Just like my personal objective is to stand out, I think of the same thing when designing for Milané Noir. I design statement pieces! Anyone can design a dress, but I make sure to add an element of surprise to my designs. Whether that is using real snakeskin, adding some sheer here, or some embroidery there, there is always something to make you say, “Wow!” A prominent design in a lot of my looks is drapery. I love how drapery coincides with the female body. I go for beautiful colors; I focus on details, and try my best to add something different to each piece. I want anyone wearing Milané Noir to feel all eyes on her when she enters a room, and to know that what she is wearing is truly one of a kind, just like her. Where do you get your inspiration? Inspiration comes in all forms! WINTER 2013 LA DE DA | 65


I usually focus on colors, and specific eras in time. I am completely fascinated with Egyptian culture and modern art. Sometimes things completely unrelated to fashion inspire me too, like the sky for example. I think it is the most relaxing view, and along with looking at the amazing colors and shapes, it also gives you a chance to relax your mind and think. If something intrigues you even the slightest, you are already inspired. Who are some of your favorite designers? This question is so hard for me to answer! I have so many, but some I follow because of their aesthetic, others because of their story. My top 5 have to be: Naeem Khan, Zuhair Murad, Zac Posen, Jason Wu, and Reem Acra. They each have such an amazing view on fashion and elegance. What advice do you have for aspiring fashion designers? The one thing I always say to anyone looking to follow their dream is, if you want it you have to put 150% into

Be better than who you were before, learn from your mistakes, and grow. MELANIE RODRIGUEZ

it! Invest fully in yourself, and work hard. Be better than who you were before, learn from your mistakes, and grow. There is always going to be someone in competition with you, but the one thing to remember is the only competition you have is yourself. Thank you Melanie for sharing with us! The photos on these pages feature pieces from Melanie's latest collection. To learn more about Melanie and Milané Noir, log on and interact at http://www.ladedamag.com and stay connected with the info below. http://www.MilaneNoir.com Twitter & Instagram: @MilaneNoir Email: info@milanenoir.com "THE BLACK VIOLA" EDITORIAL PHOTOGRAPHY · CHRIS LEVY DESIGNER · MELANIE RODRIGUEZ WARDROBE · MILANÉ NOIR STYLIST · MELISSA V (@STYLEDBYMV) MODEL · REEVES MADDUX OF SCALE MODEL MANAGEMENT (@REEVESM)



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ESCAPING THE MONARCH CREATIVE DIRECTOR DESHAWN COLBERT PHOTOGRAPHY LEON BAISDEN MODEL SAMAYAH J. CHARM AGENCY

HAIR DELMAR MAURICE MAKEUP DOMINIQUE STROMAN WARDROBE CHABRI

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beautiful disaster PHOTOGRAPHY ANDY ROBINSON MODEL HEATHER LYNN SHAW MAKEUP KIARA SHANNELLE STYLING JULIA SAVAGE

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RISE from the Ashes PHOTOGRAPHY DARYNA BARYKINA MODEL & STYLING MATTHEW DAVID PRODIGY MODEL MANAGEMENT HAIR LEE TREVINO CORTELLO SALON MAKEUP AMBER FLOWERS PHOTOGRAPHY ASSISTANT ALEX BARYKIN STYLING ASSISTANTS CAITLIN GREENE MARIA MOEAKIOLA

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MODEL ALEXANDRA GOODEZ MARS MODEL MANAGEMENT MAKEUP ARTIST INARA POLESHUK

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Roaming PHOTOGRAPHY SAMANTHA RAGER MODEL CORLISS OGLESBY HAIR & MAKEUP ARTIST AMY LAVÉ WARDROBE STYLING JENNIFER CHABRI & SAMANTHA RAGER

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ABOVE: top VILA MILANO pants EARTHBOUND TRADING CO. bracelets LUX RIGHT: top RED CAMEL jewelry CHARLES KLEIN

PHOTOGRAPHY DANIEL VALVERDE CREATIVE DIRECTOR & STYLING ANDREA HORNE MODEL ISABELLA DAHLKE

HAIR & MAKEUP ARTIST SARAH SPROLE LOCATION GOOD KARMA RANCH IRON STATION, NC

In this featurette, photographer Daniel Valverde captures Isabella Dahlke with the sweet alpacas of Good Karma Ranch, a fun and unique mountain getaway. At the ranch, they provide day tours for visitors and their gift shop features unique items, including sweaters made by owner Shelly Walsh. Her custom designs are sustainable and eco-friendly, made with luxurious and rare Alpaca wool of course, which are then produced in Argentina in the same facility used by Louis Vuitton. Enjoy a scenic drive on your visit to the Good Karma Ranch, located 25 miles NW of Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. Visit the ranch and hang with the alpacas for a different kind of getaway! WINTER 2013 LA DE DA | 103


EMPIRE BIB NECKLACE

My Fall 2013 collection is influenced by the glamorous 1930s and the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. LACEY.B

Shopping Consignment! WITH JESSICA & JULIA SAVAGE OF RETAIL THERAPY CONSIGNMENT PHOTOGRAPHY ANDY ROBINSON MODEL CORLISS OGLESBY HAIR & MAKEUP KIARA SHANNELLE STYLING JULIA SAVAGE

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Update your style! Shopping and selling consignment means unique finds, great deals, and cash for you! The Savage Sisters share how:

If you’ve never shopped consignment, surely you have questions. Why should you shop resale or consignment? How do you shop in a non-traditional store? How do you sell stuff just sitting in your closet taking up space? Why are resale and consignment shops so popular now? We can answer all your questions! WHY SHOP CONSIGNMENT OR RESALE? It’s Awesome! Everybody loves a bargain. When shopping resale, you can score major deals: most deals are 60%-70% off regular retail. Just last month, our shop Retail Therapy Consignment sold a multicolored Louis Vuitton Alma bag that retailed for over $1200 for only $600! This equals a happy buyer for getting a bargain and a happy seller for getting fast cash for something that was just taking up space in her closet! Ladies, there is just no greater feeling in the world than finding a coveted designer piece, your favorite name brand, or being able to get a new handbag when you’re tired of your old one. At the same time, you’ll even have extra cash to make those purchases!

you stop by once a week to make sure you see all the latest and greatest deals. Get to Know the Staff When you come into the store, don’t be shy! We love to help with styling wardrobe for career or life changes. Jessica, Julia and the staff are very familiar with the inventory so they will be able to find something you will love fast! We love our customers and want you to look and feel great when you leave the store. After you visit us for some retail therapy, we guarantee you will find great treasures and you will be remembered on your return visits. Is there something specific you're looking for? Let us know! We will add you to our wish list and give you a call upon its arrival.

Join our Social Media We send out weekly emails that alert you of new merchandise, sales and promotions and any upcoming events. Like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter and Pinterest. We post pictures of new merchandise everyday and alert you of pop up Supply & Demand sales and promotions. See someSince the economy has tanked, people are thing you like? Just call the store and looking for cash anywhere. Consumers are we'll ship it to you! not clinging to their high-end goods like before. They are looking for an outlet to sell HOW TO SELL AND MAKE MONEY? their gently loved items, get a fair price for Make an appointment them, and also purchase like new items at Call the store at 904-277-1248 to make sure Jessica or Julia a fraction of the original cost. This equals will be there and check to see what season and what type of lots of supply and demand for stores like items the store is currently taking. You can also email us at Retail Therapy Consignment. Our store has retailtherapyconsignment904@gmail.com. over 1500 established consignors and that number grows daily. We purchase items Groom Your Items every day through our Buy Out Right Retail Therapy Consignment only accepts the very best. The better they are presented the better they will sell. program as well. The higher quality, newer styles and new or like new condition is always preferred. Need your items picked up? Quality and Quantity By shopping resale you will be able to Call the store and ask about a closet consult. afford and find higher quality items that if you were just shopping at the local mall. Collect your Cash! We have names like Chanel, Fendi, Gucci, With Retail Therapy's Buy Out Right option, we will give you Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, St. Johns Knits, cash on the spot for your items (about 15%-20% of our sellDiane Von Furstenberg, Trina Turk, Ella ing price), or ou can choose to consign your items, and you Moss, Lilly Pulitzer, Kate Spade, Coach, will receive 40% of what each item sells for once the item Dooney & Bourke, Cole Haan, and the list sells. Items over $100 will receive 50% of the sales price. You goes on! At resale prices you will also be can get money out of your account at any time. Not coming to Amelia Island anytime soon? No problem! We will mail a able to purchase more pieces. check to you! Retail Therapy Consignment has established clientele who are looking for the kind of items you have and HOW TO SHOP? want to sell. We offer a no-hassle experience. Shop Frequently At Retail Therapy Consignment we have incoming merchandise everyday. We Happy Shopping, Happy Selling and we hope to see you all process and put on the floor on average 500 very soon for a lot of Retail Therapy! to 1000 pieces every week. We recommend

Top: Cache Jacket, Merona Dress, Juicy Couture Bracelets, J. Crew Bracelet; Middle: Dooney & Bourke Bag, Free People Sweater, Vintage Scarf; Bottom: BCBG Max Azria Dress, Vintage Jewelry

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Savage Abandonment Model Julia Savage invites fine art photographer Mario Peralta to capture the faded memories of her abandoned childhood home.

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PHOTOGRAPHY MARIO PERALTA MODEL & STYLING JULIA SAVAGE






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