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Going Retro

I love a good throwback as much as the next 'Gram-er, so when my friend asked me to model some vintage athletic gear, I was all in! If O-town tour tees and old school Starter jackets make you nostalgic too, stop by the Retro Jones 513 booth at the City Flea Holiday Market this Saturday from 5-10pm, and stay for the Light Up OTR festivities. See you there!...

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Shop Around // Kendra Scott

If you’re not familiar with Kendra Scott jewelry, acquaint yourself immediately. I was initially introduced to the line via Thread, when we met with their marketing rep about hosting last month’s Sip ‘n Shop. I was honestly surprised at how much I liked some of their more contemporary designs and was really curious to see how it translated to retail. Luckily, the store in the new Liberty Center is a treasure trove of colorful stones and...

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Shop Around // Victor Athletics

What do you do when you’ve founded a successful denim line and want to create something to help American factories while producing affordably priced sustainable fashion? You launch a line of athletic wear, that’s what. The husband and wife duo behind Cincinnati-based Noble Denim is jumping headfirst into the athleisure market with Victor Athletics, a line of comfy sweatshirts, sweatpants, and tees made with organic cotton and manufactured in Tennessee. Following an extremely successful Kickstarter campaign,...

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Watch the #ThroneProject

[caption id="attachment_5654" align="aligncenter" width="999"] Photo by Caroline Eyer[/caption] You ever see Pinterest photos of people randomly posing on vintage furniture in the middle of a lavender field/abandoned farmhouse/city street and think “Why?” or “Who are these people?” Well, I’ll be one of those people. That’s thanks to the #ThroneProject, a collaboration of creative minds and beautiful places organized by Queen City Vignette, a Cincinnati event rental and design company with a vintage twist. They’ve brought together a group of Cincinnati...

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