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The Kalush Group Kristin Kalush started the Kalush Group five years ago with a vision to give a superior level of customer service and assist clients in finding solutions to their real estate needs and dreams. With the combination of living in Boulder for 30 years, passion for real estate and design, and the love of helping people, the Kalush Group has achieved great success.

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Michelle Steiner Your home is life’s basecamp - it is where everyday adventure begins. My passion for real estate is driven by what it represents for my clients: a new beginning. As the top producer of all new agents in my very first year at Boulder’s largest real estate brokerage, I demonstrate consistent professional success by partnering with clients as though they are family. Relationships and results are very meaningful to me, and I bring two decades of expertise working side-by-side with people through some of their most challenging and rewarding life experiences. Whether you have lived here for 6 months or 60 years, you are part of the dynamic change that is becoming the Boulder County of today. Let’s create a vision for your life here and together we will make it happen.

Michelle Steiner 303.746.2047 michelle.steiner@compass.com Compass is a licensed real estate broker and abides by Equal Housing Opportunity laws. All material presented herein is intended for informational purposes only. Information is compiled from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, condition, sale, or withdrawal without notice. No statement is made as to accuracy of any description. All measurements and square footages are approximate. This is not intended to solicit property already listed. Nothing herein shall be construed as legal, accounting or other professional advice outside the realm of real estate brokerage.


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3500 Kirkwood Place: Repurposing and Renovating There is a skill I’m fortunate enough to own and that’s vision. Identifying 3500 Kirkwood Place and its potential is no different than the vision I have for each client I represent in buying a home. Understanding their needs and tastes, matching it to the bones of a home, managing projects- this all comes with experience. Now, with Compass, I have the ability to help my clients manage small renovations and staging so you too can sell your home in its best light through Compass Concierge.

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LIFESTYLE LETTER

OCTOBER 2019 PUBLISHER

Andy Manz | amanz@lifestylepubs.com EDITOR

Ben Wiese | benjamin.wiese@lifestylepubs.com

Fashion Forward WHO DO WE LOOK TO WHEN WE’RE IN SEARCH OF SOMEONE FASHIONABLE? Most likely, someone just like us.

PUBLICATION DIRECTOR

Chantel Ellerington | chantel.ellerington@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Brianna Blair, Carolyn Davidson, Kelly Ernst, Nathan Finneman, Kelli Ruhl CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

For our annual fashion issue, we searched everywhere for inspiration. We trailed some friends to New York in search of where everyday life and fashion collided. We spent a day with a supremely creative jewelry maker. We learned the past,

Bailey Batchelor, Brittni Bell Warshaw, Nathan Finneman, Kylie Fitts, Ladd Forde, Kelsey Huffer, Michelle Tippmann

present, and future of tiki bars, kicked it with a passionate American single malt whiskey maker, explored the wondrous intersection of ecology and landscaping, and discovered a design studio attempting to change the entire building industry. We gleaned inspiration from each and every story we found. We gained new perspective on what it means to be be fashionable in multiple industries. We discovered the seemingly endless directions being “fashionable” can take a person. Ultimately, we decided that the cover belonged to a Boulder resident that was not only an exceptionally thoughtful individual with unusual life experience, but an individual that was just like anyone else.

CORPORATE TEAM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Steven Schowengerdt

Liv Walker has traveled the world, building an impressive career for herself in the

CHIEF SALES OFFICER Matthew Perry

modeling world. She’s walked for British designer Richard Quinn. She’s been in

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore

a Tommy Hilfiger billboard featured in Herald Square. She was in a fashion show

ART DIRECTOR Sara Minor

that the Queen of England and Vogue Magazine editor Anna Wintour attended.

OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Janeane Thompson

And now, she’s furthering her education, hoping to figure out what’s next. Fashion never stops evolving, and hopefully neither do we.

EDITORIAL MANAGER Nicolette Martin AD MANAGER Chad Jensen REGIONAL SALES DIRECTOR Eric Williams WEB APPLICATIONS Michael O’Connell

ARIZONA | CALIFORNIA | COLORADO | CONNECTICUT | FLORIDA | GEORGIA IDAHO | ILLINOIS | KANSAS | MARYLAND | MINNESOTA | MISSOURI | MONTANA NEVADA | NEW JERSEY | NORTH CAROLINA | OHIO | OKLAHOMA | OREGON

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ON THE COVER Boulder-based model Liv Walker

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INSIDE THE ISSUE OCTOBER 2019

FEATURES 42 Wrapped Around Her Finger The stunning beaded creations of Salihah Moore Jewelry

58 The Lawless Landscape of New York City Fashion A Glimpse into Cedar and Hyde’s Annual Buying trip

80 The Renaissance of Modern Tiki Navigating Island Cocktails with Grace

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92 Parting Thoughts With Liv Walker

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20 Good Times 32 Around Town 38 Driver’s Notebook 42 Trend Setter 68 Open House 74

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80 Hops & Vine 86 Local Limelight 92 Parting Thoughts 96 Lifestyle Calendar


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Colorado Music Festival's July 5th "Revolution and Freedom" Concert On a rainy day after The Fourth, LIV Sotheby's International Realty exclusively sponsored CMF's Revolution and Freedom concert at Chautauqua Hall. From Gershwin to Sousa to Tchaikovsky, Maestro Peter Oundjian directed a spectacular evening of musical mastery.  comusic.org PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOHN NIMMO,  JohnNimmo.com  

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Jenni Kayne Boulder Pop-Up at Cedar & Hyde Mercantile On August 21st, the team at Cedar & Hyde welcomed locals to an exclusive in-store pop-up shop with California’s cult classic lifestyle brand, Jenni Kayne. As guests sipped on wine and nibbled on sushi from Boulder’s own, Japango the in-store pop-up shop featured luxe staples for fall wardrobe and in-home goods. Attendees also got a first glimpse of the Jenni Kayne sneaker line that recently launched. Missed the pop-up? Jenni Kayne opened a Denver Store at Free Market in Downtown Denver. PHOTOGRAPHY BY POPPY & CO. 

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Sip. Shop. Skin. Kristin M. Baird, MD, president of Dermatology Center of the Rockies in Longmont, partnered with Chelsea boutique in Boulder to discuss what's new in aesthetic treatments. An evening of shopping & talking with friends about the new neurotoxin, Jeuveau, Coolsculpting, and the launch of Cooltone to build and tone muscle. PHOTOGRAPHY BY TED HERON

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1. Lindsay French, Jamie Quisumbing, Raenell Wilkinson, Kristin Baird | 2. Jenna, Molli, Marina, Melanie, Christine, Kristin Baird | 3. Julie, Allison, Melanie, Kristin Baird, Angela | 4. Double rainbow! | 5. Eleanor, Kristin Baird, Allison

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There With Care's Red Carpet Adventure There With Care hosts an annual Red Carpet Adventure to support families facing the critical phase of a medical crisis. The event featured host Vic Levin and performers Clark Beckham, Zach Heckendorf, and Justin Kauflin, and included a delightful tasting dinner by the local Big Red F Restaurant Group. We are grateful to Title Sponsor Flatirons Subaru. PHOTOGRAPHY BY SAL DEVINCENZO, JANNELLE KNAUSS, MIKE OLIVER

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1. Beryl Stafford, Bobo’s Founder and TJ McIntyre, Bobo’s CEO accepting Inspiration Award | 2. Michael O’Brien and Marsha Beyer | 3. There With Care team | 4. Svein and Sara Groem | 5. Paula and Stephen Tebo at Vanity Cares | 6. Zach Heckendorf performing

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Listings 2601 3rd Street Trailhead | $1,639,000 Incredible opportunity to build on the last lot backing to open space! Amazing location nestled between the Mapleton Hill and Newlands neighborhoods, at the base of Sanitas. New Custom Home design available by Surround Architecture

3025 18th Street $2,395,000 | 4 Bed | 5 Bath | 2-car garage I PV Solar

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Stunning new build in Central Boulder within blocks to neighborhood park, Ideal market shopping center, Pearl Street and bike path.

Charming and renovated turn of the century Victorian in Mapleton Hill just blocks to trails, Ideal market shopping center and Pearl Street.

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Compass is a licensed real estate broker in Colorado and abides by Equal Housing Opportunity laws. All material presented herein is intended for informational purposes only. Information is compiled from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, condition, sale, or withdrawal without notice. No statement is made as to accuracy of any description. All measurements and square footages are approximate. This is not intended to solicit property already listed. Nothing herein shall be construed as legal, accounting or other professional advice outside the realm of real estate brokerage.


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Night of Hope When compassion, dedication, and commitment come together, it culminates in a Night of Hope. This event brings together Boulder County’s most impactful community members to recognize the ever-growing need for positive youth development within our population of greatest vulnerability: abused and neglected children. PHOTOGRAPHY BY ELLEN SAKANY

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1. Mother-daughter CASA duo Julia and Marilyn Hartig | 2. Voices for Children staff member Arlene Brugal and CASA Avram Saunders | 3. Sarah Sparks, Maria Gorecki, Jenny Schmidt, and Simon Sparks | 4. CASA Leonard Hortick, Board Member Jocelyn Diles, and CO CASA staff member Lily Sussman | 5. CASA Lon McGowan and Board President Steve Peterson | 6. Attendees raise their paddles in generous support

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MoM x FuN On September 4th, Month of Modern celebrated the 6th Annual Kick Off Party at The Dairy Arts Center! In addition to having FuN night with new and old friends, we got to meet and mingle with the artists and curators of the ‘Modern Habitat‘ exhibit at The Dairy! The exhibit enlisted various artists, architects and designers to explore concepts of ‘home’ and features: Will Day, Margie Criner, Davis Ar ney, Arch11, Sopher Sparn, Pyatt Studio, Renée del Gaudio, HMH Architecture + Interiors, and Workshop8 & Housefish. The exhibition runs from September 5 through October 13, 2019. PHOTOGRAPHY BY LISA DOANE PHOTOGRAPHY

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1. Premier Mortgage Group: Ariel Solomon, Lauren Piper, Portia Noel, Terri Wolf, Leah Alexis, Noel Bennett, Alicia Alpenfels | 2. Lauren Folkerts, Jeff Hindman, George Harrison | 3. Kyle Burds, Harvey Hine, Sara Taketatsu, Kong Yang | 4. Sheryl Hadley, guest, Andi Lawlor, Kristi Freeland | 5. Bobby Stuckey, Courtney Rowe, Ariel Solomon, Brandy LeMae | 6. Lauren Butts, Brandy LeMae

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BOULDER COUNTY PARKS & OPEN SPACE SEEKS INPUT TO IMPROVE EXPERIENCE FOR VISITORS WITH DISABILITIES Boulder County Parks & Open Space seeks input from people with disabilities as well as

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family, friends, and those who work with people with disabilities. Staff would like input from those who have visited county open space properties and those who have not. No names or other

The String Cheese Incident have announced

identifying information will be gathered. The sur-

that their final two incidents of 2019 will be at

vey will remain open until an adequate number

Denver’s new Mission Ballroom. The Denver Post

of surveys are received. All feedback and ideas

said the venue “is among the best-sounding rooms

collected will be used to improve the experience

in the city,” and added, “Denver finally has the

for visitors who have disabilities.

concert venue it deserves.” Tickets will be available

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for purchase using the “Mission Fair Ticketing” sys-

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tem, a concept developed by the venue to ensure equal and fair access to tickets for all.   SCI spent 2019 celebrating their 25th anniversary with several new single releases, a sold-out Electric Forest Festival, notable appearances festivals such as Peach Fest and Floyd Fest, a series of special shows across the country, a Colorado amphitheater run at Dillon Amphitheater and Red Rocks, and will continue with upcoming shows in Eugene, San Francisco, Oakland, Austin, Chicago and now Denver. SCI plan to use the first part of 2020 to focus on writing and will be back on the road in June.   MissionBallroom.com/Fair

SEVENTH ANNUAL FLATIRONS FOOD FILM FESTIVAL KICKSOFF OCTOBER 10TH October 10-13, 2019 will bring the seventh Flatirons Food Film Festival  to Boulder, a

Wednesday, October 30th, 8:00 pm, Devandra

carefully-curated smorgasbord of local, national

will be live at the Boulder Theater. Banhart emerged

and international films, speakers, art, and special

seemingly out of nowhere in 2002 with his first CD

events. This year’s festival features an exploration

collection, Oh Me Oh My…The Way the Day Goes By

into immigrants and international cuisine, includ-

the Sun Is Setting Dogs Are Dreaming Lovesongs

ing a Saturday night tribute to Diana Kennedy,

of the Christmas Spirit. The record was compiled

a British expatriate known by some as the Julia

by musician Michael Gira for his label, Young God,

Child of Mexico. The tribute will begin with a

from homemade recordings the itinerant Banhart

Mexican feast and end with a discussion with

had amassed while traveling the world.

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BURNHAM LAW BRINGS ON COLORADO LOCAL, FORMER JUDGE RYAN KAMADA Burnham Law announced today the hiring of former District Court Judge Ryan Kamada.

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Having served on the bench in the 19th Judicial District, Kamada brings a wealth of experience. During his appointment to the district court, Kamada handled a domestic relations and

Boulder’s Embassy Suites by Hilton  and  Hilton

dependency-neglect docket. Prior to joining the

Garden Inn Boulder are excited to kick off another

bench, Kamada was in private practice for ten

strong season of Buffs football with University of

years. His practice included a variety of areas

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of litigation including dependency and neglect,

just a short walk from Folsom Field, the Hiltons on

family law, civil litigation, and criminal defense.

Canyon will host a tailgate party before each of

Kamada is a local graduate of Valley High School

the home CU Boulder football games for the rest

in Gilcrest, Colorado School of Mines (B.S.

of the 2019 season. The Hiltons on Canyon are the

Engineering-Mechanical), and the University of

official hotel sponsor for the University of Colorado

Denver Sturm School of Law (Juris Doctor).

Athletics Department and offer $5 underground

Says Burnham Law Founding Partner Todd

game day parking to the public.

Burnham: “I worked with Ryan Kamada prior to his

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ascension to the bench. His work ethic and commitment to his craft have formed the basis for his lasting and well-earned reputation for excellence. Having him on board means our clients will now derive the benefit of an unparalleled breadth of talent: an in-house former judge, a handful of DA’s, Child Family Investigators, and seasoned attorneys. This mix of talent epitomizes our firm’s creed, Colorado Family Law: Elevated." BurnhamLaw.com

WINTER FOLK COMES TO COLORADO 12 Days. 40 Bands. Photography Expo. This February, the Winter Folk Music & Photography showcase will take place in Longmont, Colorado. This inaugural event will feature nationally touring

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Aijala & Ben Kaufmann (Yonder Mountain String Band), Josiah Johnson (The Head & The Heart),

Boulder startup & Bcorp Akamai Basics is

Esme Patterson, Willie Watson (Old Crow Medicine

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This month’s test drive is the all-new Huracan Evo.

I've never had quite the affinity for Lamborghini as I do for Ferrari.  Maybe it was the colors,  or maybe it was the sheer amount of them that always seem to be featured in Hip-Hop music videos. However, my opinion of this brand has been completely revamped after driving the HuracanEvo. At first glance, the body lines are alluring, evoking true luxury. Even stationary, this car screams speed; driving one amplifies the feeling exponentially. The interior is beautifully done with a touch screen interface that displays everything from vehicle telemetry to media preferences. The steering wheel is a motorsport lover’s dream with the Alcantara  accents. Despite evoking  a race car, it is still an approachable vehicle. The seats are incredibly comfortable and the outside visibility is impressive for a supercar. The starting procedure in this car alone is an experience in itself: the flip of a toggle switch feels like starting a jet engine. With the push of a button, the 630HP V10 comes to life. If there is one aspect about a car that I always yearn for, it's a proper exhaust note. If Lamborghinihas got one thing that sets them a bar above the rest, it is their engine exhaust note. This car quite possibly could be the best sounding supercar I have driven yet. The acceleration is brutally fast, the shifts are lightning quick, and the handling was superb. Perhaps the most surprising aspect of this car was the fuel consumption. This car gets better gas mileage  than most trucks and SUVs. It's also a great car for driving enthusiasts; I could even do a cross-country trip with it. If you’re looking for a car that changes the perception of how a supercar should sound and drive, take the  Huracan Evo for a spin. Just don’t say I didn't warn you when one ends up in your garage. Test drive today at Sill-Terhar Motors, 150 Alter St, Broomfield, Colorado. October 2019 | Boulder Lifestyle

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FOR ARTIST AND DESIGNER SALIHAH MOORE, CREATING HAS ALWAYS BEEN A PART OF LIFE. Growing up the daughter of two Sufi Muslim artists, she was always surrounded by their creative energy and attributes the success of her own beaded designs to her connection to that same creative force. Initially drawn to beadwork through its combination of painting and sewing, she soon found that she loved the feel of the beads moving through her fingers, and the meditative repetition of “painting with the beads” to create beautifully unique pieces of jewelry and fashion. While beaded earrings are a staple of the artist’s Salihah Moore Jewelry line, she also creates stunning necklaces, wall hangings, wearable beaded pieces, and, coming soon to her lineup, a beaded bag. Moore

finds

inspiration

in

myriad

places. From textiles, folk art, independent designers, and furniture design to the incredible women in her life who she refers to as her “muses,” Moore channels this inspiration into what she calls color stories: “each beaded piece is like a painting [that comes] together through instinct and intuition.” Shoppers can find Salihah’s creations in shops across the country; Boulder’s Cedar & Hyde, Saint Claude in New Orleans, and General Store in San Francisco and Venice. On a typical day, Salihah can found blasting hip-hop in her studio, cooking up a delicious rice bowl, or taking an evening walk with her girls. It’s all in a day’s work for the creative force behind Salihah Moore Jewelry. CONTINUED >

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THROUGH SALIHAH'S EYES: STEP 1: Pick the colors I want to use and pour some of the beads onto the bead mat to see how they work together. I move the loose beads together to play with how the colors respond and to see if any ideas come to mind. STEP 2: Put on the music of Tierra Whack. STEP 3: Thread a beading needle and begin to weave the glass beads together one at a time.

Salihah Moore

STEP 4: Switch it up with a podcast: Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe. STEP 5: Keep beading! STEP 6: Take a look and evaluate if it’s working or if I need to change anything. STEP 7: There’s a part that’s not working; carefully, I take my finger clipping scissors and cut that part out. I replace it, bead-by-bead, with a new idea. STEP 8: Snack attack! I cut open an avocado and smother it with lemon juice, salt, pepper, and seaweed gomasio, accompanied by Simple Mills Farmhouse cheddar crackers. STEP 9: Turn on the Netflix television series  Glow  before getting back to the beads! STEP 10: Zone out a little and let the tiny donuts of glass weave between my fingers, allowing space for the colors to decide where the project is going. STEP 11: Take some pictures of the work in progress. STEP 12: Cozy up in my bed and look at the pictures I took; close my eyes and envision what to do next before drifting off to sleep. www.SalihahMoore.com  |  @salihahmoore

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footpath and front door, property and right of way…The elements in these residential-scale examples are macrocosmic expressions of the edge effect. As designers, we are always thinking about the interface. The edges are rich and offer up opportunities to come up with unique solutions.” With the edge effect, your landscape architect will be mimicking the curves and contours of nature. “In design-

IF YOU’VE EVER DREAMED OF TURNING YOUR YARD

ing with the edge effect, the goal is to increase edge

INTO A VERDANT EDEN, YOU KNOW HOW CHAL-

length to optimize diversity,” Sangelo says. “Traditionally,

LENGING TRANSFORMING A NATURAL SPACE CAN

this has been done with undulating curves because they

BE. In Boulder County, Ecoscape is known for turning

mimic nature’s patterns. There is more work in optimizing

yards into show-worthy gardens of lush grasses, bright

the edge effect [than using a more modern style] and

blooms, and thoughtful approach. Ecoscape offers

more reward… Longer walls, winding creeks, and longer

an environmentally conscious design that brings a

paths. Just as the dry creek slows down runoff, a mean-

home-owners vision to life, whether your existing space

dering path takes longer to traverse, slowing us down

needs a new direction, or you have a blank slate to fill.

and allowing more time to be outside.”

Lisa Sangelo, PLA, started her career by studying Fine

At Ecoscape, the landscape designers strive to be

Arts and Horticultural Science. After learning of Landscape

innovators in their field, in both their ecological approach

Architecture, Lisa dove into the career that combined her

and their integrated services. 

interests of art, science, and the natural world.

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“We always have been and will be at the edge of the pres-

For Sangelo, an exciting aspect to bring to a landscape, one

ent,” Sangelo says. “Dwelling here and optimizing this edge,

that will set yards apart from those around them, is known as

slowing down, increasing awareness, and attending to the

the “Edge Effect.” David Holmgren first introduced the idea of

details seems like the right thing to do.”

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Local place intersecting with the world at large in the space of a mailbox.

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The Lawless Landscape of New York City Fashion A GLIMPSE INTO CEDAR AND HYDES ANNUAL BUYING TRIP

ARTICLE KELLY ERNST | PHOTOGRAPHY MICHELLE TIPPMANN

AS GREAT AS IT IS TERRIBLE, NEW

Poised in lipstick and heels, not one will skips

YORK IS CONTINUOUSLY REGENER-

a beat in their curated appearances.

ATING ITSELF TO HOUSE AND FEED

We also heard from Lambert about the

For more on navigating New York City,

SOME OF THE WORLD’S MOST INSPI-

current movement in women’s fashion that

below are the taste-makers essential stops…

RATIONAL CREATORS.

mixes high with low, glam with comfort.

We trailed behind Cedar and Hyde

“I think it’s all rolled into women working

Mercantile as their team traveled into the

for themselves or for other women more

heart of the beast. We asked co-owner Poss

and no longer dressing for the approval of

Lambert a series of questions to better glean

men,” describes Lambert. Amen to that.

how to effortlessly navigate the lawless landscape of beauty and fashion of New York.

“We are seeing poof sleeved dresses with

  HANGS | LES (the cool way to say Lower East Side) EATS | The Carlyle Hotel for a stiff martini and epic people watching

chunky sneakers, and lots of pleated trou-

While a bit of a cliche, one truly does find

sers with a fitted turtleneck and overcoat.

MUSE | Oroboro for clothing and accesso-

inspiration where you last think to look.

It’s as if women are going decades back,

ries, Cote A Coast for home goods

Lambert describes how she loves to watch

and re-creating their looks from those eras

older women. Lifelong navigators of the streets

as if they were the ones in charge. It’s really

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and subways, they endure from decades past.

beautiful to watch and participate in.”

and soak

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A Mountain Marvel BRINGING DREAM HOMES TO LIFE WITH PETRA CUSTOM BUILDERS ARTICLE BRIANNA BLAIR | PHOTOGRAPHY KYLIE FITTS

ATOP A MOUNTAINSIDE IN LYONS,

Petra’s labor throughout the town to assist

COLORADO, SITS A HOME DESIGNED

with disaster relief. Weeks later, the team

FOR A WORLD TRAVELER AND A CLAS-

reassembled; in 16 months, the one-of-a-

SIC MINIMALIST. With its clean lines and

kind home was finished.

modern design, the house's global charm

“Charlotte’s modern mountain marvel

can be found in the custom cabinetry, hand-

is close to our hearts in that it was an

made and shipped in from Poland, tongue

incredible accomplishment to build such a

and groove wood ceilings, wall-to-wall win-

challenging project and so close to home,”

dows, and floating stone counters.

says Celeste Grow, Interior Designer for

In May 2013, Charlotte Grojean, a long-

Petra Custom Builders.

time partner architect and her husband, Stan

While the Strauss residence is magnif-

Strauss, teamed with Petra Custom Builders

icently modern, the look is softened by

to bring her dream home design to life. The

Grojean’s collection of antiques and vin-

home’s design was intentionally shaped to

tage Turkish rugs. The combination of “old

reduce the removal of the native sandstone

meets new” perfectly represents their love

and foliage and minimize the impact on the

of both forms of design.

natural landscape of the property. Three

months

later,

the

“By executing both design and construcColorado

tion in-house," says Grow, "there is a seam-

Floods struck. Jimmy Moore, the project’s

less transition between the collaborative

Superintendent, felt convicted to contribute

design process with the homeowner into the

to the restoration of his high school home-

building phase, ensuring the client’s vision is

town. He, along with the homeowners,

brought to life the way it was intended — from

decided to halt the project and disperse

the time it was just an idea.”

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Working with Petra Custom Builders starts with an open line of communication that brings a vision to fruition. Says Grow, “We find that our collaborative approach to design and construction with our clients allows us the opportunity to provide the best conceivable product through the clear understanding of the vision we gain as a result of working alongside them throughout the process.” Each project, whether a remodel or custom home, is a collaboration with Petra Custom Builders and unique to the client’s lifestyle. “The distinctive quality of each of our projects is in the individuality of the homeowners we work with,” says Grow. “We take tremendous pride in gathering the inspiration for our designs from our homeowners’ lifestyles in an effort to enhance their lifestyles.”

Petra Custom Builders’ competitive edge comes from their customer service by establishing clear communication and building authentic relationships first. For more information Petra Custom Builders and the possibility of building your own home like Charlotte and Stan, please visit www.petracustombuilders.com.

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“SIMPLE, YET RADICAL.” That’s the phrase Judith Goldman uses to describe her latest innovative endeavor: Front Range Design Center (FRDC). Launched as a sister company to her renowned design firm, Design Studio Interior Solutions, FRDC is a golden example of what Goldman does best: thinking outside of the box. She wants to “disrupt the building industry” by revolutionizing how trade professionals execute their projects namely, by streamlining the behind-the-scenes processes that often bog down building projects and allowing the pros to get back to doing what they do best. One of the greatest “pain points,” as Goldman deems them, of any given project, include finding, managing and delivering the product necessary to realize the client’s vision. The FRDC team can take care of everything product-related, not only offering a vast selection of residential, commercial and hospitality products, but also handling all logistics, from spec-ing, sign-offs, take-offs, and ordering, to receiving, storing and delivering. To put it simply, FRDC gets the product where it is needed, when it is needed.

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FRDC’s showroom features an expansive collection of carpet, flooring, countertops, hundreds of fabrics, several lines of cabinetry, two lines of Design Studio custom furniture, wall coverings, window treatments, and more. For commercial and hospitality projects, FRDC simplifies the selection process with product lines categorized into five price levels created to fulfill the furniture, fixture and equipment (FF&E) needs of a customer's budget.  Between the relationships Goldman has secured with manufacturers around the world, her wholesale pricing,  and enormous product spectrum, customers will be pressed to find as complete a package as FRDC.  At FRDC’s core are nine highly experienced professionals with the expertise to help guide a project from start to finish. Beyond products and logistics, the team brings multiple “soft skills” to the table, each of which can be retained as needed throughout the project. Their team boasts a deep bench of experts capable of accommodating needs such as custom products, designing, drafting, space planning, and project management. Goldman’s goal is two-fold: to keep architects, builders, contractors, and designers “out of the weeds” throughout their projects by providing behind-the-scenes support and solutions;  and to bring together the trade community to collaborate and ensure their shared client’s vision is fully realized. She wants to bring the full project team “to the table” to work in unison. Ideally, through FRDC trade, professionals can give and take work, pair up for specialized projects, and align for the benefit of the shared client. Goldman's vision is to build “an incredible alliance among those that want to add value to the building industry” and ”put Boulder on the map in a new way.” Front Range Design Center (FRDC) offers an integrative and innovative approach to helping building industry professionals execute their projects on-time, on-budget, and without the pain points. While the  goal is to “disrupt the building industry,” Goldman wants to help build a foundation from which trade professionals across the country can excel, expand, and function together. 

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NAVIGATING ISLAND COCKTAILS WITH GRACE WITH BOULDER'S JUNGLE BAR

BIRTHED AT THE DAWN OF WORLD

Don the Beachcomber was Raymond

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WAR II, MATURING INTO ONE OF

Gantt’s inaugural Caribbean Tiki bar, and

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CAN PHENOMENON OF THE TIKI BAR IS

of the infamous Mai Tai.

with a noticeable dirtiness.

A CULTURAL ICON THAT IS BOTH FANTASTICAL AND GARISH.  The industry is experiencing a new wave of consumer consciousness. Tiki, in gen-

The bars toted ambiance, flavors, and

Novotny explains further that because

rattan furniture that embodied a distorted

of the renaissance of the Tiki Bar, rum pro-

fantasy for something vaguely Polynesian– a

ducers in the islands are being afforded the

beloved, albeit gaudy, cultural fabrication.

opportunity to create classifications to stan-

eral, is having a harder time standing up

Jungle does an admirable job navigat-

to the demands of historicity, quality, and

ing the complex discourse surrounding

authenticity. Accordingly, Jungle, West Pearl

the history of cocktails embellished with

None of this reflection and forethought

Street’s newest island bar and landmark

patio furniture. A walk through their cock-

comes as a surprise. Novotny and his team

institution, has risen to the challenge.

dardize and characterize their production, a nod towards the vitality of the industry

tail menu is a walk through the history

have an uncanny ability to move honestly

While first and foremost a Tiki Bar, Jungle

of rum, a surprisingly misunderstood yet

through the crass characterization of island

exhibits a conscientious reflection of the

integral ingredient to the entire concept.

longing, creating an experience that feels

islands it represents and is an advocate for

Jungle explores the entire history, begin-

more like a vacation to the tropics than an

the artisanal spirits and food of the Carribean.

ning with the first evidence of distilling

escape from something sub-par.

Tiki itself is forever tethered to World War II.

cane juice into‘rhum’ starting in 200 B.C.

As war vets returned from the Pacific theatre,

in the kingdom of Gandhara.

American familiarity with Polynesian cultural

Jungle’s attention to detail from Tiki

motifs became a source of hazy fascination

history to the late-night Carribean bites

and, as a modern psychologist might retroac-

is not surprising. Jake Novotny, partner,

tively diagnose, post-traumatic escape.

and general manager, and his entire team

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IF YOU’RE GOING TO TACKLE NEW FRONTIERS, TACKLING NEW FRONTIERS IN WHISKEY IS ABOUT THE COOLEST FRONTIER YOU COULD PICK. Alastair Brogan, owner of Boulder’s Vapor Distillery, is doing that for American single malt whiskey, a spirit category that, until recently, has been woefully underrepresented here in the U.S. But he’s not doing it for the cool factor; his reasons are pure. The Scotsman just wanted to make the kind of single malt whiskey he loved in his native Scotland. “This was always my ambition,” Brogan says. “I’ve got a passion for single malt whiskey.” So after winning prestigious awards for Vapor’s gins and bourbons, Brogan and his team set their sights on making a world-class American single malt whiskey, a fairly new category ready to explode. Before it explodes, though, most of us need to learn what, exactly, an American single malt whiskey is. What’s the difference between that and what we’re used to from American whiskey makers, like, say, Jack Daniels? Or the single malt whiskies from around the world? (Most famously, Scotch.) Traditionally, most American whiskies have been made primarily from corn or rye. An increasing number of distillers, however, have been creating single malt whiskeys, made from 100 percent malted barley. The barley has more depth and complexity, giving the spirit a nuttier and malty flavor. Also, like champagne that must be made in a region of France, Scotch must be made in Scotland. So American single malt whiskey differs in that it must be made here in the U.S. Brogan got going in February 2015, when his 1,200-gallon copper pot still, specially made in Scotland, arrived in Boulder. Of course good whiskey, like healing a broken heart or waiting for the Bill & Ted  reboot, takes time; it was less than a year ago that Vapor debuted its three expressions of American single malt whiskey: New American Oak (the gold standard), Peated Malt (smokier), and Port Cask (fruitier). The response has been great. The whiskeys are already winning awards, and, maybe more importantly, they’re making converts out of skeptical Scotch makers. “I’ve taken it over to Scotland to major distillers, and they’re praising what we’re doing,” Brogan says. The ingredients for whiskey are extremely brief and simple — water, barley, yeast, and the barrel used to age the whiskey — which means that the quality of each ingredient is inordinately important. Luckily, Vapor Distillery has one major advantage. “The water here in Colorado, and especially in Boulder, is spectacular. We use glacier snowmelt water for the processing and Eldorado water — voted the best municipal water in the world — to proof it down,” Brogan explains. They import the barley from the UK, because one, it’s what Brogan knows, and two, the Scots have mastered this over the past 400 years. “The Europeans are advanced when it comes to malted barley for whiskey -- like the Americans are good at the corns and the ryes,” he says. Another difference between the European single malts and the American is that here, the whiskey mostly goes into new oak barrels. “That is a colossal difference in the taste profile,” Brogan says. “Because of the barrel you get more of the oak flavor associated with bourbon, and you get a lot of the sugars from the caramelization of the oak. That’s why the American single malt whiskey will be a little sweeter.” Then — voila! — three or four years of aging in a semi-arid environment later, you get an American single malt whiskey. Or, in other words, a 92-proof, robust, highly sippable new frontier.

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LIV WALKER

Parting Thoughts HOW AND WHEN DID YOU

having this opportunity at a young age taught

BEGIN IN MODELING?

me so many skills — from how to conduct

When I was twelve-years-old I was scouted and signed by Donna Baldwin Agency in Denver. I started attending local castings

professional interactions to being flexible and adaptable in any situation.

where I was categorized as a “tween”— it was

WHAT ARE THE BIGGEST LESSONS

an awkward period, and I was never right for

YOU HAVE LEARNED THROUGHOUT

the job. But each casting I  went into, I was a

YOUR MODELING CAREER?

little more sure of myself and polished.

I’m sure for most of my family, friends, and

Eventually, I started shooting with local

peers it looked seamless… but for me, it was

photographers and walking in local shows.

hard work… sometimes rewarding, sometimes

Working with Denver-area creatives taught

soul-crushing. I've learned that expressing

me to trust their visions and ideas.

gratitude to the people I've worked with makes

I developed a love for the art we created

them feel really good and makes me feel great. I

together and fell in love with the collaboration.

always made it a point to send thank you notes.

At fourteen, I was signed with my agencies in

Over the years, the entire process has

Los Angeles and New York City and began

become a rewarding ritual. Also, my mom

traveling every summer to work. In retrospect,

used to say after a shoot or a show, "If that's CONTINUED >

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your last job, wasn't it phenomenal to have that experi-

WHAT HAS TRAVELING ACROSS

ence?" It's really made me appreciate everyone and every-

THE WORLD TAUGHT YOU?

thing I've done through modeling.

At first, I traveled everywhere with my mom. When I graduated from high school, with the support of my mom,

WHAT PROMPTED YOU TO ATTEND THE UNIVERSITY

dad, and little brother, I was ready to travel and live on

OF COLORADO AT BOULDER?

my own. At 18, that alone was very empowering. I also

During my senior year of high school, I went to New

learned my true value is not in how I look, but in how I

York City, London, and Paris for two different fashion

work with my fellow creatives. As my mom says, "skinny

months. After graduating I was totally motivated to be a

is not your skillset," which just means being relatable,

full-time model. After a summer stint in Spain, traveling

hardworking, and kind are the strengths I bring to set, the

and living in New York and London, I started to notice a

showroom, or to a runway.

change in my interests: I became more and more curious

People liked working with me because of who I am,

about the business of fashion, the amazing people I was

not just what I am. That translated no matter where I

meeting, and the worlds they had built.  

was in the world.

When I saw the rewards these “Boss Creatives” received from accepting challenges and realizing their visions, I

HOW HAS YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF THE

wanted a piece of that. For many reasons, modeling was not

MODELING BUSINESS CHANGED OVER TIME?

providing a space for me to do the same. So, it’s no wonder

It’s important for me to acknowledge I’m hard on myself,

after seeing these people operate, I wanted to go to school.

and I didn't have the breakout success my agents had

I’m ready to find a direction I’m passionate to pursue at the

expected of me. When I was first signed in NYC and LA,

Leeds Business School at CU. I’m excited to find out what the

my agents said I was getting looks from fashion's most

future holds. I don’t know where it will take me, but knowing

exclusive casting directors. But through the years, as

where I’ve been, I feel good about where I’m headed.

those casting directors took good hard looks and ultimately passed on me, I learned it would be very difficult to

WHAT ISSUES ARE CLOSE TO

change their minds. For the longest time, I was convinced

YOUR HEART AND WHY?

my success was dependent on their approval.

The career path of a fashion model is very nontra-

During London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter '18 I

ditional. On one hand, a woman is supposed to be a

vibed well with designers who made me feel empowered,

globe-trotting muse, someone who is fascinating and

and in NYC during Spring/Summer '19 I hit my pocket

beguiling, and commanding of attention. In truth, the year

with designers who dressed “Boss” women.

I spent working as a full-time, traveling model was lonely, disempowering and rife with anxiety.

Looking back, I've met and worked with visionaries who have a lust for life, and who have found joy

Don't get me wrong, I am very grateful. But I wasn't

through leadership. It has molded the way I want to see

having the kind of success that I needed to get momen-

myself. I still love being a model and being in the middle

tum. I found myself at crossroads in modeling where I

of a creative hive. I don't think that will ever change, but

needed to either double-down or move on.

I will have different roles to play.

Maybe sensing my apathy, I actually had two agents say something along the lines of: "The problem with

WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU OFFER A YOUNG

American girls is that you have too many options." That

PROFESSIONAL IN YOUR FIELD?

didn’t sit right with me. At that point, I felt I needed to take control over my life and my direction. I saw business school as my path forward. I feel strongly that women should always have choices and self-deter-

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There are factors outside of your control, like certain industry physical standards you have to meet in order to work regularly and make enough money to sustain yourself. Also, luck has to be on your side.

mination. I support women, women-owned businesses,

Beyond that, you have to be self-motivated, deal well

young women, and their visions for success. As I progress

with constant rejection, have good representation, and a

through school, I will continue to focus my energy on being

great support system. If you have all of those things going

a "girl's girl" in the business world, looking for ways to pro-

for you, the best advice I can give is to express gratitude

vide opportunities and options for them.

and feel grateful for every experience.  

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