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Work // Presents and Presentation

The December issue of Cincinnati Magazine is out! This one was a toughie--in addition to writing a few Best of the City spots, I put together a pretty darn extensive gift guide, a fun tabletop setting with plenty of party-worthy barware, and pulled massive amounts of jewelry for both the monthly and Wedding mag (coming soon) photo shoots! Fun Facts: I visited over 30 shops to find the best of the best  for the gift guide. If

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Do Stuff // New Event Calendar!

With Thanksgiving less than a  week away, we’re officially in the Holiday Season, which means lots of events poppin’ up everywhere. This time of year, “events” usually translates to parties and shopping--which is fine with me! There’s so much going on that it would be impossible to share everything without putting some sort of calendar in place, so guess what I did?  Added a calendar! There’s a short list in the sidebar, or you can

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Rebranded!

Well. That took longer than I expected. I foolishly thought I’d be able to get the redesign done in a weekend, but cascading style sheets got jokes! Big props to web designers and developers--the coding process is tedious and requires serious attention to detail. No wonder the healthcare.gov website is screwy. Either way, The Style Sample finally has a new look! I wanted to simplify a bit, and I like a lot of whitespace and contrast

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Let’s Do a Makeover!

So I’ve been thinking about rebranding for a while, but a few weeks ago I realized it’s been almost four years since I redesigned this site! As many fashion trends have come and gone since then, it’s definitely time for a makeover. You know, something to give me a sense of control in a world of chaos. It’s more than simple aesthetics, though--as a full-time editorial stylist, fashion is now technically my profession, not just a

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Work // Pants and Candy

The November issue of Cincinnati Magazine is on newsstands! Check out what I've been working on: Candy Crush Fun facts: I spent almost an hour picking out the prettiest pieces of candy from Jenco Brothers, all of which cost almost $40! There’s a lot of direction involved in editorial styling--I made a diagram of a hand showing the nail artist exactly how to do the manicure, and visited the salon to pick out the colors beforehand. Holding things doesn’t seem

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