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In a blue dress

The return of early Fall or Indian Summer or whatever we’re calling it when the temperature gets up to 70 degrees in November prompted me to dig in the back of my closet for something to wear. I closed my eyes, reached in, and pulled out this vintage poly-tastic blue dress. It’s still pretty chilly in the morning, so I bundled up in a cropped jacket, colorful scarf, and boots. I actually planned on wearing...

Projects in progress

Last week, I lamented my work load on Twitter: (You can follow @StyleSample for real-time updates–most of the time I’m not so complain-y, I swear.) Between the new issue of Style Sample magazine (out tomorrow!), Style Tour reviews, and a few other projects, my eyes are crossed from staring at page layouts and WordPress admin screens. Good thing I love this stuff! Here’s a peek at some of the things I’ve been working on: Style...

NYC 4 IFB n FNO

So, I made the (last-minute) decision to pack up and head to NYC for the IFB Evolving Influence Conference, and figured I might as well stay for the Fashion’s Night Out festivities. You know, to support the economy and such. I’ve been working on the new issue of the magazine seemingly non-stop for the past few weeks, so I could use a fun break…though covering the events actually means more work…ah, well. I plan to...

Current Obsessions: Friday the 13th

Lately, I’ve been amused and amazed by: CitID CitID is a ambitious project aiming to gain global consciousness by giving a (type)face to every city worldwide. Logo design + typography from an international perspective? Hell yes! Panoramic Daguerreotypes Fascinated by this 1848 daguerreotype (haven’t seen those since high school art class) of the Cincinnati riverfront. There seem to have been an awful lot of clothing stores back then: The Cincinnati Clothing Store Exchange Office (?)...

The Bicycle Thief

I’ve really been slacking on this whole blogging thing lately. Every now and then, it feels like my life is better as my own, no sharing necessary. It’s nice to be able to keep things close to the vest, though frankly, things have been a bit boring. Let’s see: I spent last Sunday running up and down Main Street like a crazy person during Second Sunday in OTR. After taking hundreds of pictures, chatting up...