Category: Designer Spotlight

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Hats can be hard. I hear it all the time among my friends and clientele: ‘I could never pull off a hat’. I know exactly where they’re coming from. You need a lot of confidence because, without a doubt, hats draw attention. I remember watching one of my style mentors Dina Simone*- I’d go out with… [Cont.]

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Without a doubt, fashion designer Stephanie Ohnmacht is one of the best and most exciting things happening in the Colorado style scene. Stephanie has had an amazing year- she appeared as a designer/contestant on Season 1 of Project Runways: Under The Gunn, presented her SS14 collection in her first solo fashion show at the Clyfford Still… [Cont.]

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Working in the world of style and surveying an almost constant stream of beautiful things, it’s unusual to develop obsessions. Simply, I see a lot and while I speak passionately about the things I love (Balenciaga Giant Work bags, antique chandeliers, J.Crew), I am rarely really impressed. Enter The Woods Fine Jewelry. With a sensibility that reflects… [Cont.]

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I’d never been a jewelry collector until I met Carla Morrison. In the past, gorgeous pieces I’d see displayed in cases in 1st floor Barneys looked fabulous, but there was always something off-putting (aside from the price). Antique pieces found at flea markets or consignment, while lovely and unique, are risky purchases: fragile, often not… [Cont.]

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  Rarely do designers get it *exactly* right. Meet Christy Lea Payne. A mainstay of the Sundance Catalogue, you may recognize her designs from Boulder’s celebrated Chelsea Boutique. With unparalled attention to detail, CLP designs blend a Western earthiness with enough sophistication to make the most glamorous city girl swoon. Her lines are versatile in… [Cont.]

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