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EDITOR ‌THIS WEEK, LN FASHION EDITOR KATIE YEADON PUT TOGETHER a stunning spread to preview this fall’s fashions. And although it might not seem like it with temperatures in the 90s this week, fall is just around the corner. The change in seasons got me thinking how easy it can be to let your daily routine gradually slip into a rut – take the kids to school, go to work, eat at the same restaurants, and never venture outside your bubble of familiarity. But as the days get shorter and the nights get cooler, I suggest we take this chance to see what we’ve been missing. There are so many opportunities in St. Louis to find something new. Never seen the St. Louis Symphony’s free annual concert in Forest Park? It’s coming up on Sept. 15, and by all accounts it’s not-to-be-missed. Never been to an exhibit at the Contemporary Art Museum? Their fall season is about to start, and you can read about it starting on page 92. And of course, if the only change-up your routine needs is a new fall wardrobe, you can see all the new trends in our Fall in Love fashion spread, which begins on page 64.

Lisa de los Reyes, Managing Editor


The word around town With its 1,371 acres,

They’ve done it again! Maryville University’s

Forest Park is one of

student population is projected to reach

the largest city parks

an all-time high this fall, at 6,450, as its

in the country – and, if

enrollment and retention rates continue

we don’t say so, one of

to set school records. This fall’s enrollment

the most beautiful. But

is double what it was in 2007, according to

if you’ve ever strayed

university president Mark Lombardi. “Our

off the beaten path,

growth and our national reputation mean

you may have found

that St. Louis has another great university

yourself longing for a

of which to be proud,” he says. The school

map. Luckily, Forest Park

also touts an 88 percent retention rate.

Forever has launched, which can be accessed on any device. The map is GPS-enabled to show your location in relation to more than 100 of

Event chairs Elaine Burkhardt and Joni Karandjeff, with Neiman Marcus vice-president/general manager Allen Barber, Women’s Society president Carolyn Farrell and Board of Trustees secretary Ida Early

the park’s cultural and historic attractions,

Women’s Society of Washington University hosted a recent fashion show at Neiman

and also displays hours,

Marcus in support of scholarships and student activities. Event co-chairs Joni

details and contact

Karandjeff and Elaine Burkhardt greeted guests of the sold-out event, who got an

information for each site.

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