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Shop Around // Hi-Bred

One of the shops I frequent when I’m scouting for work or hunting for vintage for my own collection is Hi-Bred in Walnut Hills. Owner Shawna Maria Guip (remember we profiled for the September issue of Cincinnati Magazine?) has filled her shop to the brim with vintage and secondhand clothes, accessories, and home goods, all apparently selected to trigger my Things I Must Have sensors. There’s plenty of manly menswear and cute things for home...

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...

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...

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...

Summer Reading: Fashion and Style

Although the googlenet has made reading flippy square things made of paper completely unnecessary, I have managed to (mostly) finish a few books this summer. Admittedly, some were re-reads and they’re all in the fashion/style category, but I feel like that’s valid because at least now I can claim “it’s for work.” 01.// Fashion Babylon by Imogen Edwards-Jones and Anonymous Honestly, this book intrigued me, stressed me out, and scared the crap out of me...