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3.1 Phillip Lim for Target

After Target’s last great collaboration with Prabal Gurung, I have been waiting on bated breath to hear which of my favorite designers would jump on the Target train next. The answer almost made me pee my pants…

3.1 Phillip Lim is coming to Target September 15th!

I am beyond excited! Phillip Lim is one of my all-time favorite American designers. His dressy-but-casual designs are known for looking very put together and pretty–but no matter how elegant they can be, there’s always a cool, street undertone. I can’t wait to get my hands on the entire line! Check out his Fall RTW 2013 line below!







Sign up NOW for 303 Mag’s Open Casting Call – DFW S/S 2013

On March 12, 2013 303 Magazine will be hosting an open call for models to walk at Denver Fashion Week!

Click HERE to Sign up!


Skin Therapy Fashion Showcase 22 March 2013, 8:00pm

Skin Theraphy Fashion Show

[Click on the flyer to go to the Facebook event page!]

As much as I love mainstream fashion and apparel, I get even more excited about the pool of local independent designers we have here in the Mile High.  These designers are true artists.  They don’t have the weight of a 100 year old label’s reputation screwing up influencing their creative decisions.  These designers have free reign to show us what inspires them.

Denver has a genius pool of artistic designers, btw, two of which will be showcasing their custom creations at Unit E, a creative space and art collective, on March 22nd.  Bex Zilla Design and Phaulty Phantasmagoria are custom apparel labels based in the Denver area. Support your local designers at the Skin Therapy Show.

Hair and Make Up by Three Little Birds Salon and MUA Karly Porter
Music by Skyrider and Architect
$5 Cover

1201 Santa Fe Drive, Unit E, Denver, Colorado 80204

Fall RTW 2013: Kenneth Cole

The menswear favorite returned to the runway after a 7 year break from the frenzy that is New York Fashion Week. by Bryanne Mitchell


Structured wool, dyed leather, and industrial finishes punctuated the Fall RTW 2013 Kenneth Cole Collection.  After 7 years of focusing on the mall rat, the designer stepped back into the spotlight with a luxury collection to rave about.  Of course, he paid equal attention to men’s and  women’s apparel, which requires a well-studied glimpse into buying trends ( a 7 year-long glimpse to be exact).

The ridiculously wearable line is also equally fashion forward, with boxy shapes and layered textures taking the spotlight.  I really like that the collection doesn’t shy away from the menswear trends.  The women’s line has punchy, masculine power but still achieves a feminine softness.  The best part is that each look can easily be recreated on a thrift store budget.  My Fall fashion shopping list just got a little longer.