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Editor: Mackenzie Depperschmidt

Sister of the editor

Free graphic print!

See inside!

hot off the runway

feminine details

Bows, lace, Scalloped hems

Collected works of The editor

throughout the issue!

Favorite Local hot spots Jack’s Outfitters


Style by

M a c k

Table of Contents About the Editor pg. 1 Feminine Details pg. 3 Local Hot Spots pg. 5 Free Graphic Print pg.6


About the

e d i t o r

My name is Mackenzie Depperschmidt and I am a summer 2013 graduate of the Apparel Studies program at the University of Arkansas. I also have a minor in Spanish. I graduated with a 3.85 and was name to the Deans and Chancellor’s Lists multiple times. During my time at the U of A, I was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma. I recently completed an internship at Jack’s Outfitters and am now pursuing a full time job. I would ideally like to work in a show room at the World Trade Center. I feel that I would be perfect for this job because I am highly organized, selfmotivated, and a people person. Not to mention, I love fashion, so I hope to be able to share it with others in my career.


Feminine Details A not so sweet take on lace, bows, and scalloped hems.

I really love feminine clothing, and given the many chances I had during my class work, I usually chose to design or work with very girly styles. The image on the left page is from a trend board for my final project for computer based methods. I chose the theme “All Dolled Up.� The top at the top of this page was one of the five pieces I designed for this collection. I also created the colorway for the fabric. The croquis image was created for a graphic design course. I first traced the croquis, then created the outfit for it to wear. Once again, I chose a very feminine shape and color scheme. In my personal style, I like to combine feminine items with edgy ones so the look doesn’t feel to sweet. For example, I might pair the top with a leather motorcycle jacket to rough it up a bit.


Our favorite Local H O T Spots I completed my summer internship for Apparel studies with a boutique in Highland Village, Texas. The boutique is called Jack’s Outfitters and carries both mens and womens apparel as well as a variety of dog related

merchandise. While interning, I assisted with daily operations of the store, but my biggest responsibility was to create a social media presence for the boutique. I compiled our list of customer emails and started a distribution list. Jack’s has been open over five years, but I sent the first ever email. Since Facebook is a large part of social media, I also helped to increase the number of likes for our page by creating a contest to giveaway a prize of Southern Tide merchandise worth well over $350. In just over a week, we had 120 new likes, which was an improvement over the usual 10 per week.


J depperschmidt project