Time for another round of "Ask T"! This is not so much a styling question as it is a stylist question: Hi Tamia, I really like your work in A-Line magazine! I've always wondered how you get the clothes for photo shoots. Do you have to buy a bunch of stuff? If so, who pays for it and where do you keep it? ~K Hi K, I'm freelance, so I usually pitch an idea or concept for a shoot,
5th and Vine, 1907 I recently wrote an article about Cincinnati's shopping history for the December issue of A-Line magazine. Real talk: writing is NOT my favorite pastime. But research? I've been doing research projects since encyclopedias and card catalogs were the only way to find information and I LOVE research. LOVE IT. If it were up to me, I'd forego all that "writing" jazz and and just list a bunch of facts I find interesting.
Time for some more indie magazine love!Joie is a women's lifestyle magazine covering art, craft, living, design, fashion, and more.Who's Jack is a lifestyle magazine for men and women, filled with fashion, music, art, design, and film.Faint is an independent fashion, art and culture magazine featuring international artists and designers.Collect/ive is a fine arts magazine focused on giving exposure to young artists. Minimal words, plenty of pictures.
So, between stuffing my face with everything from crab rangoon to cotton candy at Taste of Cincinnati and cleaning like a crazy person last weekend--I mean, I was wiping down baseboards y'all--I picked up the new issue of A-Line magazine and had a read.It includes my lifestyle feature with Leah from High Street, whom I have decided to officially adopt as my light-skinded big sister from another mister. Tiffany photographed