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February 2017

Departments

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Artist’s Palette

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Culinary Creations

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Healthy Lifestyle

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Trend Setter

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Sold Properties

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Lifestyle Calendar

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Parting Thoughts

17 Red Stag Romance

An Intimate Night Out or In

22 Asheville’s Achievers

The Female Leaders of Asheville

33 Makeover for the Soul

A Mom & Daughter’s Transformation

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Good Times

Our Voice Survivors' Art Show

The 15th annual Our Voice Survivors’ art show was wonderfully attended this year. As featured artist, Anne Heck displayed her healing dolls and told her arduous journey of healing. Inspirational song, dance and poetry filled the night, which ended with the St. John Baptist choir's sweet and uplifting melodies. 

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Paws to Give

Brother Wolf's annual fundraiser, Paws to Give, celebrates the accomplishments of the year and presents opportunities for donors to support the animals with a live auction and silent auction. This year's event featured a plated dinner catered by The Venue and live entertainment by Rococo Ballroom dancers Meghan and Jake. PHOTOS COURTESY OF COURTNEY BLAIR GRAPHICS

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Around Town

AROUND TOWN

DESIGNED FOR DRAMA: FASHION FROM THE CLASSICS

Vanderbilt’s love of literature ( just look at that library!), Designed for Drama includes more than 40 award-winning movie costumes from films based on favorite books in his collection.

AQUILA THEATRE VISITS ASHEVILLE Aquila Theatre's mission is "to bring the greatest works to the greatest numbers," and they achieve that goal by touring the country and visiting up to 60 American cities every year. February brings Aquila to Asheville's Diane Wortham Theatre. On Friday, February 3, catch their rendition of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Nile, a classic mystery of class, money and murder set on a paddle steamer on the Nile in the 1940s Egypt. And on Saturday, February 4, it's Shakespeare's comedy  Much Ado About

Biltmore loves to wow us with drama, but never before like in their

Nothing. The traditional tale is the bard's most mature romantic com-

new exhibition, Designed for Drama! Running February  10 through

edy, and its twisted tales of love and deceit are brought to vibrant life

July 4, 2017, this new exhibition brings together history and Hollywood

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in Appalachia's most hallowed halls. Designed for Drama displays dozens of beautiful garments and costumes from your favorite literary masterpieces brought to life on the silver screen. Inspired by George

VALENTINE'S DAY IN ASHEVILLE It's the day of love! Show your cutie how much you care with a special day around town. Odyssey Clayworks brings a romantic twist to their Ready, Set, Throw. event on Valentine's with wine, chocolate and maybe even a few  Ghost  reenactments (OdysseyCeramicArts.com).  French Broad Vignerons hosts a special ride on the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad on the 13th with six local wines in the luxurious MacNeill car (GSMR.com). You definitely can't go wrong with a romantic dinner; we'd suggest making a reservation at one of Asheville's candlelit eateries, like Rhubarb, Nightbell or Zambra. 

MARK FIELDS & ASSOCIATES REALTY HAS A NEW HOME Mark Fields & Associates Realty is now located in Historic Biltmore Village at 4 Swan St. Their new location is designed for maximum community interaction, with space aplenty and a welcoming interior. Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Alicia Vikander in a scene from “Anna Karenina.” Costumes from the film will be on display in Biltmore House when “Designed for Drama: Fashion from the Classics” opens on Feb. 10, 2017. © 2012 Universal Pictures Limited

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Artist’s Palette

SASHA OSADA JEWELRY WITH SOUL ARTICLE ROSANNA KEYES

S

asha Osada’s art is many things. Elegant and edgy, powerful and sophisticated.

Her delicate, complex pieces evoke a sense of both past and present, and the joyful energy that she infuses into her creations is easily appreciated. Largely influenced by the shapes and patterns of the natural world, she incorporates precious and semi-precious stones, found and re-purposed objects, and a variety of organic shapes to create jewelry that is truly a work of fine art. Born and raised in Shelby, North Carolina,

was a milestone in her creative path, and the

Sasha was surrounded by a family with analyti-

warm, welcoming room reflects the joy that

cal and engineering mindsets, and she learned

she finds in her work.

from an early age how to meld together the two

There is a bright and transformative energy

elements of function and creativity. Connection

that surrounds Sasha, and it stands out in the

with family has always been important to her,

art she creates. Many of her pieces are spe-

and she still finds inspiration in the lessons they

cial order items, and she spends a great deal

continue to share with her and appreciates their

of time with her customers, learning about

support of her creative path.

them, listening to their stories, and eventually

“My parents and grandparents taught me how to use tools, and I always enjoyed the

incorporating the threads of their words into a final piece of art.

time I spent learning with them,” she says. “My

“I care about the work I do, it brings me

grandmothers and mother are still very influ-

joy… Every day I’m making an impact on the

ential in my life, and it feels wonderful to see

world around me, and it’s up to me to decide

them wearing my jewelry… It gives me a sense

what that impact is,” she says. “It’s wonderful

of continuity between the past and present.”

to make pieces of art that bring others happi-

Sasha attended the Savannah College of

ness; it’s a way to connect, to share.”

Art and Design and declared a metal  smith

Authenticity of spirit and a genuine desire

jeweler degree. She moved to Asheville in

to connect with others are key elements

2000 and currently lives in Candler with her

of Sasha’s approach to life, and there is no

husband and two children. Working for sev-

doubt that these factors have contributed to

eral years as a dental assistant and technician

her success as a local artist. Add to that her

gave her the opportunity to use her creative

talent for creating truly breathtaking jewelry

talents in a traditional, marketable way, but

that tells a story, shares an experience or

eventually she decided to take a leap of faith

captures a moment, and you will begin to

and focus wholeheartedly on her craft. Moving

understand the importance of her contribu-

into her studio space in the River Arts District

tions to the local arts community.

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Ostrander of Red Stag is one such person. “I grew up in a very food-centric family,” he recalls. “My maternal grandparents were first-generation Italian immigrants and had a family produce farm in the upper Hudson Valley of New York. We lived right on the edge of the farm and I spent a lot of time in the fields with my grandfather and watching my grandmother and mother cook in the kitchen.” 

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Culinary Creations

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Though it sounds like the idyllic stuff of

Ostrander may have followed the moun-

dreams, Ostrander’s childhood memories are

tains, but there’s a recipe that’s followed him.

very real and still influence his work today. “I

“The Herb Crusted Halibut recipe is special

got a little spoiled on freshness of product;

for many reasons,” Ostrander begins. “I think

I could always just go out to the barn and

the dish is most special to me personally

pick what I wanted, but that has carried on to

because it is the one dish that has followed

be a positive in my career choice—well, I’m

me my entire career. In one form or another,

not sure the produce vendors would always

I have been serving it since 1999 and it is as

agree,” he says with a laugh.

popular now as it was then.”

Though cooking was a hobby for Ostrander

At Red Stag, Ostrander is committed

as a young adult, like catering out of his fra-

to sourcing fresh, high-quality ingredi-

ternity house, it wasn’t until he was 25 that he

ents, and that commitment is evident in

decided to pursue his passion and attended

his tried-and-true recipe. “It features a

culinary school. Through the years, his career

great, under-appreciated vegetable, the

took him across the country, from New York City

parsnip. Wonderful mushrooms and black

to the South, but it’s Asheville that he likes best.

truffle, and an item from the summer that

“The local product and farming environment

we preserve for the winter in the toma-

of Asheville is right in line with the way that I

toes. The halibut is a wonderful, sweet,

have approached food my entire career,” he

flaky fish that is abundant and sustainable.

notes. “My favorite part is that I can live in the

We source from Alaska during the Pacific

Southeast and still experience four seasons (and

season and we buy farm-raised product

see a little snow!). I also spent a lot of time in the

from the North Atlantic once the Alaskan

Adirondack Mountains in New York growing up,

season closes just after Thanksgiving.” It’s

and the mountains of Western North Carolina

a flavorful and approachable dish perfect

are similar, so it reminds me of home.”

for a romantic night in.

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HERB CRUSTED ATLANTIC HALIBUT SERVES 2 20 MINUTES

INSTRUCTIONS Sauce Combine the vinegars and egg yolk in a blender. Slowly stream in oils while mixing on medium speed until fully combined and thickened. Add a pinch of salt and reserve.

INGREDIENTS Halibut

Fish

2 Filets Atlantic halibut, skin off

Preheat oven to 400F. Combine bread crumbs

2 tbsp Mixed chopped herbs

and herbs in a small, wide dish. Beat the egg

½ c Japanese bread crumbs

with a few drops of water. Heat a sauté pan

1 Whole egg

over low heat and add 2 tbsp cooking oil. Season halibut with salt. Dip one side of the fish

Sides

in the beaten egg, dredge in the bread crumb

½ c Parsnips, peeled, sliced and blanched

mixture, and place breading down in the sauté

½ c Sautéed mushrooms

pan. Once both filets are in the pan, increase

¼ c Oven-dried or sun-dried tomatoes

the heat to high until the bread crumbs begin

½ c Spinach leaves

to brown. Flip the filets and cook in the oven 3-5 minutes, until just cooked through.

Sauce ¼ c Balsamic vinegar

Sides

2 tbsp Sherry vinegar

Sauté the spinach in a little oil and season

2 tbsp Red wine vinegar

with salt.

1 Egg yolk

Sauté the parsnips, mushrooms, and toma-

10 oz Canola oil

toes together in a little butter. Season with salt.

4 tbsp White truffle oil

Place the sautéed spinach in the center of the

½ tsp Minced black truffle (optional)

plate. Pile the sautéed vegetables on top. Place the fish on top of the vegetables, crust side up, and drizzle the sauce on the plate around the fish.

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KIT CRAMER

President & CEO, Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce

It may take a village to raise a child, but in Asheville, it takes Kit Cramer to run the village. Her resume is astoundingly lengthy, a dizzying list that culminates in her current position as President & CEO of our Chamber of Commerce. Over the past six years, Cramer has settled into Asheville, but her definition of “settling” includes working tirelessly at the forefront of our revitalization. “I am so thrilled with what we’ve accomplished in terms of job growth here,” she says. “I love this place. It feeds my desire to be impactful in a community, and it feeds my soul too.” Cramer’s work has coincided with a time that’s proven particularly fortuitous for women. “Frankly, I didn’t realize I was the first female president of chamber,” she says. “There’s some girl power going on, which is great,” she continues, pointing out the various offices recently held for the first

Q&A

time by women, like the Chair of Economic Development and Mayor. Cramer can see so much opportunity for women in Asheville, fostered by great programs like the Chamber’s own Woman Up

1. What would you tell your 20-year-old self?

initiative, and the city itself. “Given we’re a

You don’t have to be completely and totally prepared for something to succeed.

community largely made up of small busi-

2. What’s one thing you can’t live without?

nesses, women leadership is a possibility.

My Audible account.

It’s truly viable for women to start and own

3. What’s one source of daily inspiration?

businesses here,” she says.

When I look out across the mountains, I will frequently think how very fortunate I

Cramer encourages women to tackle

am to live here. This beautiful setting, it’s inspiring in so many ways and makes me

their aspirations with intention. “Don’t sit

want to do good things, for business and families.

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JULIE KLIPP NICHOLSON

Coordinator, Buncombe County Family Justice Center

Q&A Julie Klipp Nicholson

“One of the skills that women really bring into leadership is collaboration, and build-

1. What would you tell your 20-year-old self? I would tell her to believe in herself a little bit more. 2. What's one thing you can't live without? Bubbly water. La Croix, Apricot.  3. What's one source of daily inspiration? Prayer meditation. 

female leader she describes, one that creates a climate that nurtures answers.

Working with women from all walks of life every day provides Klipp Nicholson with a

ing relationships of trust and respect,” says

It’s a path Klipp Nicholson’s been on for

unique perspective when it comes to offer-

Julie Klipp Nicholson. “I think it’s a model

a long time. “I think my Mom knew I was

ing advice. “I would say don’t be afraid to ask

of leadership where the leader doesn’t

going to go to law school when I was 6 and

questions,” she says after a pause. “That’s

have to know all the answers, but creates

would walk into a room and say ‘that’s not

how you get to learn more information and

a climate where people can ask the right

fair,’” she says with a laugh. “I’ve always had a

see things from a different perspective. Find

questions, have a learning mindset and

deep sense of justice and fairness. I wanted

other women that you respect and build a

work together to solve problems.”

an opportunity to have a voice in the justice

relationship where you can give each other

system for people who don’t have a voice.”

feedback that helps you grow.”

Her sage words ring particularly true given her position as Coordinator of the

After law school, she worked for nine years

Buncombe County Family Justice Center, a

with Pisgah Legal Services and offered civil

(For more information on the

collaborative project that seeks to provide

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Bumcombe Family Justice Center,

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ual violence in the Asheville area by uniting

carrying over the county and organizing a

several organizations under one roof. In this

host of experts to provide assistance to those

role, Klipp Nicholson is the exact kind of

in the community who need it most.

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CEO, Creative Director & Chief Brand Strategist, Kudzu Brands

It’s true that many women experience an

where she’s able to simultaneously take

existential dichotomy, a culturally-driven divide

charge and feel free. “This is where that

between their soulful creativity and their mind’s

tension belongs,” she says of both her career

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and her location in Asheville.

ities have to be mutually exclusive?

Q&A

For Capps, Asheville isn’t just home. It’s a

“I’ve always had this tension in my life

community that fosters her best attributes—and

1. What would you tell your

between my creative pursuit and the world

the best attributes of other women, too. “I am

20-year-old self?

wanting me to take a business role,” says

just enchanted by the cultural, artistic, entrepre-

You are much prettier than you think you are.

Capps, who founded Kudzu Brands with her

neurial, business blend that is in Asheville,” she

And stop taking things so seriously, relax!

husband some six years ago. She veered far

notes. “Asheville’s culture is a little more liberal,

2. What's one thing you can't live without?

down both paths—first as a manager in the

more open-minded,” she says. “Women feel

My quiet time.

service industry, then as a playwright and

more comfortable in their empowerment in this

3. What's one source of daily inspiration?

actress—before settling at the axis. Capps

market. Asheville is the perfect community for

My girls, my daughters.

found harmony in her role in marketing,

women to come into their power.”

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DR. MEGAN SCHULER, D.M.D., M.S.D. Orthodontist, Blue Ridge Orthodontics

Asheville’s a city of transplants these days, and that includes in the realm of woman leaders. Dr. Megan Schuler of Blue Ridge Orthodontics, a transplant herself, recognizes the untold benefits of such a migration. “Asheville is growing exponentially, so a lot of people and a lot of females have come to the area, and with the growth the city attracts new people with new perspectives,” she says with her signature smile. It’s that smile that inspired her entire career and, in many ways, her move. “I was one of those really shy kids that was incredibly self-conscious,” she remembers. “Braces really

changed

everything—including

a

huge change in my personality. I loved the entire experience. So I decided in 8th grade I wanted to be an orthodontist.” With unrivaled tenacity, Schuler saw that dream through. And when, after completing years of school and training, she discovered a new dream—moving to our mountain town—she made that come true, too.

Q&A

Fostering big dreams is Schuler’s approach to life, and her advice to aspiring women. “Dream big, but then break up your big goals into smaller pieces. Focus on the smaller piece at hand, then the next small goal, then you’ll look back and see that you’ve really changed everything.”

1. What would you tell your 20-year-old self? Have a little bit more fun! 2. What's one thing you can't live without? My puppy! 3. What's one source of daily inspiration? Being able to come to work and knowing I’m going to make someone feel good.

CONTINUED >

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ASHEVILLE’S ACHIEVERS (CON TI N U ED)

LAURA SULLIVAN

Principal, Lead Interior Designer, Allied ASID, CAPS, CGP at ID.ology Interior Design

Laura Sullivan is a woman in a man’s world.

but Sullivan chooses to invest in the prettier

It started as a child, when she’d accompany her

side of design, leaving the dirty work to her

father to job sites, getting her hands dirty throw-

husband at Living Stone Design + Build (the

ing materials in the dumpsters at his investment

two companies often work in tandem).

properties. It continued during school, when she

“Be

courageous,”

the

bold

designer

Q&A

combined her passion for art with her experi-

offers as advice for any aspiring women.

1. What would you tell your 20-year-old self?

ence in real estate to earn a degree in interior

“Courageousness and confidence are really

Don’t hesitate, just do it. Don’t dream

design (and a minor in art). Upon graduation

invaluable, and although sometimes in lead-

and not act.

from college, Sullivan invested even further

ership roles we might come against some

2. What's one thing you can't live without?

in that traditionally masculine world, as she

friction in the community, persevere.”

My family.

received both her real estate broker’s license and her contractor’s license.

Sullivan’s quick to recognize the uniqueness of her path, as well as the blessings it

All of that experience finds a more feminine

entails. “God has blessed me with an amaz-

home in her interior design business, ID.ology,

ing, supportive, husband who is an inspira-

which she founded in 2012. She could sling a

tion and wonderful partner, and an incredible

hammer with the deft skill of any contractor,

team of strong, talented ladies at ID.ology.”

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3. What's one source of daily inspiration? The Bible.


DENISE PESCE

Principal, The Mountain Community School (By Terri Kelly)

Few fifth graders are certain about their future; Denise Pesce was the exception. Growing up in Chicago, she had a zest for learning yet never felt inspired by her instructors. She remembers great teachers as well as teachers who mocked kids. Both examples influenced her decision to become a teacher. “I remember thinking—I’m going to do this better than they’re doing.” Pesce taught middle school for nine years, earned her master’s, and became an assistant principal in a community known for their crazy-love of the Chicago White Sox. But something was missing. Pesce asked the superintendent, “Just give me a little school.” Instead, they promoted her to Curriculum and Technology Director. Next, she moved to Florida to work with the administrative teams of a school for the handicapped and a Montessori school. Then Pesce moved her family to Asheville

and

joined

The

Mountain

Community School, a charter school in Hendersonville, as principal. Her dream had come true. She worked at a sweet little school with people who “nurture not just the cognitive side, but the social-emotional side of development in kids.” Denise lives with her wife, Dee, and daughters in Asheville. And she believes

Q&A

1. What would you tell your twenty-year-old self? Practice patience. 2. What's one thing you can't live without?  I value family. Dee, my daughters and my parents— family is really core for me. 3. What’s one source of daily inspiration? I’m really inspired by children, their simplicity, and how they live in the moment. I see their little faces in the morning and it’s a constant reminder that working with them is the greatest gift.

dreams really do come true.

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Healthy Lifestyle BEFORE

AFTER

ARTICLE WESLEY BROWN

UNDERSTANDING

ULTHERAPY 30

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P

reventing aging has been a common

neck,” he expounds. “It’s using focused ultra-

goal of fairytale mothers and herbalists

sound to create small, pinpoint areas of thermal

alike for centuries. With modern medical

injury under the skin, which promotes collagen

advances, it’s almost a reality.

formation. The framework of the skin of your face

For decades, facial plastic surgery and its

is made up primarily of collagen, and over time

regenerative procedures have been of two

gravity weakens the collagen and causes the

extremes. On one end, there were superficial

sagging of the face and skin and ridges or wrin-

treatments. Chemical peels, laser treatments

kles.” Ultherapy reverses the negative effects of

and skin creams loaded with beneficial good-

age by reforming that missing collagen.

ies help slow aging, and even reverse its

Ultherapy is the foundational procedure

effects, on a minimal level. On the other end

for nearly anyone considering a touch-up. By

of the spectrum was the formal facelift, during

the age of 30 to 35, gravity has begun to take

which the skin is lifted and trimmed. Facelifts

its toll on the face, leading to sagging, loose

still provide an instant, dramatic improvement,

skin. It’s at this point that patients should

but they’re invasive and require a lot of down-

begin to consider Ultherapy, but Dr. Pate

time, plus significant risk and expense.

points out that, depending on the quality of

Since 2008, there’s been a simpler solution:

your skin and sun damage, the procedure is

Ultherapy. “Ultherapy acts as an in-between,” says

an option for patients as old as 70. He refers

Dr. Barry Pate Jr., one of Asheville's experienced

to it as a foundational procedure because

head and neck surgeons. “It’s a more moderate

it can be repeated several times (the initial

approach to helping achieve some skin lifting and

results last some two to three years), it’s not

freshening of the face and the neck.”

expensive compared to other pricey proce-

So, how exactly does it work? We asked the expert to explain. “Ultherapy is the only

dures, and it can be paired with any other treatment, like fillers.

FDA-approved, non-invasive method for

The procedure can take anywhere from an

facial lifting and tightening of the face and

hour and a half to two and a half hours, and


discomfort is minimal. Dr. Pate recently began to offer anesthetic cream, making the procedure virtually painless. Though the Ultherapy procedure is quick, it does take time to see the results. Over the course of the three to six months following the treatment, as the collagen begins to reform, the face is revitalized to its youthful brilliance. it simply and beautifully restores your young,

OWN THE ADVENTURE

glowing appearance. “You still have exactly

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Perhaps the best part of Ultherapy is that

the same facial appearance, except you look younger and fresher,” notes Dr. Pate. “The skin just looks better, the pores are not as noticeable, and skin looks brighter and more vibrant.” Dr. Pate’s unique experience makes him the best choice for Ultherapy in Asheville. The doctor performs the operation personally, and because he’s been a head and neck surgeon for 25 years, he has a deep understanding of the facial structure, including nerves and the skeleton. Patients interested in Ultherapy first go into the office for a personal consultation with Dr. Pate. On the day of the procedure, Dr. Pate sets aside an entire morning or afternoon to spend with the patient so that the procedure is never rushed. Ultherapy can be used on the face, neck and décolletage. Dr. Pate also points out that it’s the perfect procedure for men, whose thicker facial skin is difficult to work with in other procedures (especially facelifts). It’s a great optionfor the businessman or businesswoman, who doesn’t have the opportunity for downtime and wants a subtle, seamless freshening up.  “It requires a bit of patience to see the final result, but it does work,” Dr. Pate promises. Preventing aging might still be the stuff of fairytales, but with Ultherapy, magic is almost a reality.

Our Publisher Alana Bennett offers her notes on her Ulterapy session after four months.   What most surprised you about Ultherapy?

$37,695

That my skin looked so much healthier. Describe your pain levels throughout the procedure and recovery. The pain was minimal and a little light bruising. How long did it take to start noticing results? Some results I could see the day of the procedure. Would you recommend Ultherapy to a friend? Absolutely.

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Makeover

Trend Setter

for the Soul PHOTOGRAPHY EVAN ANDERSON

O

n a brisk winter's day, mother and daughter duo Cindy and Kaitlyn swept into Scout Boutique in

Biltmore Village with a gust of wind. Their nervous smiles were met with the firm handshakes of a professional stylist, makeup artist, hair stylist, and the boutique’s owner. The four chic women hovered over the pair, scissors and brushes whirling in a colorful frenzy, and out emerged two transformed ladies. Cindy and Kaitlyn’s makeover was incredibly metamorphic not only in their physicality, but in their auras. The mother and daughter glowed with confidence, their apprehensive, close-mouthed smiles replaced with delighted, bold grins. 

CONTINUED >

CINDY BEFORE

K A I T LY N BEFORE

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Trend Setter

(CON TI N U ED)

"DANIELLE , THE H A I R S T Y L I S T, SHOWED ME HOW T O P R O P E R LY U S E A DIFFUSER ON THE HAIR DRYER, A N D T O B LO W D R Y MY HAIR OPPOSITE O F M Y PA R T TO GIVE A MORE FULL APPEARANCE ." -CINDY

"MEG SHOWED ME W H AT Y O U C A N DO WITH DIFFERENT BRUSHE S W H E N A P P LYI N G F O U N D AT I O N AN D B LUSH AN D PURPLE HUES ACC E N T U AT E T H E GREEN IN MY E YES ."-CINDY

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M A R I S O L TO M Á S , THERAPEUTIC IMAGE CONSULTANT, SOL REFLECTION A makeover is more than just a new look. It may include makeup, a change in hairstyle and a new outfit or two, but more importantly, it’s a therapeutic experience. One that provokes a feeling beyond exterior changes and delves into the very soul. The first thing I consider when approaching a makeover is my client’s current look and habits, and then hopes, wants and needs. Often woven into this initial conversation are comments about lacking direction and feelings about self-worth and self-expression, such as the “I could never wear that” mentality. Through the makeover process, internal blocks or attachments to old ideas are gently nudged toward new and innovative concepts. Incorporating what is easy and familiar to the new style is part of the refining process. Once we open a space for the client to feel comfortable and freely express their hopes, possibility and excitement emerges. Minds and hearts open to receiving an experience that is simple, easy and even fun!  Take, for example, our experience with Cindy and Kaitlyn. Throughout our day of exploration and self-care, they began to realize the simplicity of these changes. Instead of being transformed into someone else, they felt like more vibrant versions of themselves.  The benefits of a makeover like this one are innumerable. Here are just a few:

CONFIDENCE

Throughout the course of the makeover, it becomes clear how simple it can be to create a new look. With a new sense of ease, a couple of tips and tricks, and a pair of perfect fitting pants (of course), anyone can look their best! Seeing that version of yourself in the mirror can be a huge confidence boost, that day and moving forward.

C R E AT I V I T Y

Once you are taught how to match a good pair of pants with a few nice shirts, you start to see easy outfit combinations you didn’t notice before, in stores and in your own closet. It becomes fun to play around with your newfound sense of style.

P L AY F U L N E S S

You don’t need to look weird or wild to have fun with clothes. After watching a stylist create new looks, it suddenly seems normal. Adding a bright pop of color or your grandmother’s favorite

" I L E A R N E D T H AT B L U E E YELINER GOES REA L LY W E L L W I T H M E E Y E S . " - K A I T LY N

pin to your jacket can make getting dressed like a fun art project. The best part of a makeover is that noBODY is excluded! Everyone has something to offer, some creative expression to share with the world. Through clarifying desires, barriers and then visioning possibility, the beauty that is held on the inside can be clearly reflected on the outside.  

CONTINUED >

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Trend Setter

(CON TI N U ED)

CINDY AFTER

Hair stylist | Danielle Hollifield | Cell 828-337-0727 | Salon 828-254-5633 | AshevilleSalon.us | danielle@ashevillesalon.us Makeup | Meg Reilly Makeup Artistry  | Cell 603-557-8703 | MegReillyMakeup.com | megreillymakeup@gmail.com Stylist | Marisol Tomás, LCSW, SEP, OICC | Sol Reflection | 44 Merrimon Avenue | Office 828.367.7314 | SolReflection.com | marisol@solreflection.com 36

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K A I T LY N AFTER

Clothes | Scout Boutique | 18 Brook St #102 Cindy | Necklace, Karli Buxton, $128 | Top, Heather, $132 | Denim, Jen 7, $168 | Coat, Paper Crown, $298 | Shoes, stylist's | Ring, Anne Mae, $72 Kaitlyn | Necklace, Amber Hatchett (local), $62 | Hat, Look New York, $18 | Leather jacket, Jakett, $542 | Dress, Love Riche, $52 | Boots, stylist’s February 2017 | Asheville Lifestyle

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Lifestyle Calendar

February FRIDAYS AND SATURDAY NIGHTS AT 7:30 PM; SUNDAYS AT 2:30 PM THROUGH FEB. 19TH

FEBRUARY 11

ALMOST, MAINE

Conductor Daniel Meyer reimagines Disney's classical extravaganza

ASHEVILLE COMMUNITY THEATRE

with the Asheville Symphony. Meyer highlights music from both films,

The fictional town of Almost, Maine is doused in winter and northern

including works by Mussorgsky, Shostakovich, Ponchielli and Stravinsky. 

MUSIC FROM FANTASIA THOMAS WOLFE AUDITORIUM

lights when mysterious events begin to occur. The residents of Almost find themselves falling in and out of love in topsy-turvy fashion, but heartbreak always heals.

FEBRUARY 4 AN EVENING OF LYNYRD SKYNYRD WITH THE ARTIMUS PYLE BAND ISIS MUSIC HALL The Artimus Pyle Band isn't just a tribute to Southern rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd, but to frontman Ronnie Van Zant. The friends and experienced musicians bring the music back to its true colors at Isis on February 4. 

FEBRUARY 12 BERLIN PHILHARMONIC WIND QUINTET DIANA WORTHAM THEATRE It will be an afternoon of beautiful classics at the Diana Wortham Theatre, including Mozart, Haas, Kvandal and Nielsen, all brought to vibrant life by the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet.

FEBRUARY 16 & 17 CAMILLE A. BROWN AND DANCERS DIANA WORTHAM THEATRE Rhythmic dance and witty humor come together in the art of dancer

FEBRUARY 11 Head to the YWCA Community Health Fair for family friendly activ-

and choreographer Camille A. Brown, winner of the 2016 Jacob’s Pillow Dance Award, and her small company. 

ities, cooking demos, acupuncture, a tea tasting, smoothie demos,

FEBRUARY 17 & 18

a Zumba class, medical massage and a blood drive with The Blood

WOODTURNING & SURFACE DESIGN DEMONSTRATION

Connection! LEAF’s Easel Rider Bus will also be on the scene for fun

GROVEWOOD GALLERY

art activities. Visit YWCAOfAsheville.org for details.

Local artists Melissa Engler and Graeme Priddle will demonstrate their unique woodturning techniques and surface designs at North Asheville's famous craft space. 

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FEBRUARY 17 & 18 MEET THE MAKER: DON GAUTHIER GROVEWOOD GALLERY Renowned

Kansas

furniture

maker

and woodworker Don Gauthier will visit Grovewood Gallery  in conjunction with the

Plan ahead for a

FRESH FACED

National Arts & Craft Conference at The Omni Grove Park Inn. Visitors can purchase any of the tables, cabinets  and chests he'll

Ultherapy provides gradual & natural results with the initial results seen in 3 months with full results in 6 months.

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Call today to schedule your free consult.

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EXHIBITION RUNS THROUGH MARCH SUSAN LENZ: IN STITCHES GROVEWOOD GALLERY This exhibition will showcase framed textile art and one-of-a-kind fiber vessels by Columbia, South Carolina artist Susan Lenz. The public is invited to meet Susan and to watch her demonstrate her craft on February 17 and 18 from 11 am to 4 pm at Grovewood Gallery.

FEBRUARY 24 & 25 BUS STOP 35BELOW In the 1950s midwest, a collection of strangers find themselves stranded at a diner in a snowstorm. United by circumstance, the group bonds over their shared secrets and intimacies. 

FEBRUARY 28 LADYSMITH BLACK MAMBAZO DIANA WORTHAM THEATRE The music of South Africa comes to the stage with

four-time

Grammy

Award-winning

group Ladysmith Black Mambazo. Beautiful harmonies, detailed dance and witty words come together for these memorable performances. 

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•The Orange Peel: If you’re looking for a fantastic music scene in Asheville, the Orange Peel is the place to go. It hits the top of our list of must-visit places. This place is great for its music, cold beverages and lively atmosphere. Getting the girls together for a night out always has the Orange Peel involved. •Sovereign Remedies: As our newest hotel venture, the AC Hotel, is completed, Sovereign Remedies is our go-to spot after work for a cocktail to help wind down with one of the

ince moving to Asheville five months

best Negronis in town. Sovereign Remedies is

ago, I have been asked repeatedly:

hands-down a favorite.

“How do you like your beer?” Foolish

•The Imperial Life: Since this bar was the first

me, I thought there were only a few

bar in Asheville I visited, it has a very special

beer options, and they were called Bud Light, or

place in my heart. The glassware is perfection

if I was watching carbs, Michelob Ultra. Boy, was

and the bartenders are skilled craftsmen. I keep

I beer-wrong, and Asheville taught me the most

returning for a classic martini.

about the best beer. I have also found that Asheville

•Post 70 Indulgence Bar: On the east side of

is much more than a beer drinking town, it’s a fan-

town at 5 pm, Filo turns into Post 70. Whenever

tastic community with a lively nightlife scene that

we are in need of chocolate and wine (at least

my friends and I love exploring. Here are some of

once a week), we head to Post 70. With a fantas-

my favorite bars in the area that are perfect for your

tic list of wines and a chocolate mousse bomb, it

next Girl’s Night Out!

was love at first bite.

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