Sometimes style and research can go hand in hand. The more you learn about the looks of the past, the more you can create a new visual for the future. This practice is exemplified by local sushi bar hostess Morgon Johnson, who tweaks the styles of the 1940s and '50s to create her own updated fashion ... More >>
Many people use fashion as a metaphor to express how they feel on a particular day. But sometimes you can display multiple personalities in a single day, switching clothes like job titles. For example, local mechanic James Hill dons a king costume at night after laboring through the day. Continue re ... More >>
The nineteenth annual Westword Music Showcase left many fans dehydrated and exhausted Saturday night -- but at least one guy was still looking stylish amid all the wilted shorts and smudged shades. Meet Mark Lyle, a local underwriter who decided to dress in neon colors in honor of Dada Life. Keep re ... More >>
For many artists, fashion can be an extension of their personal vision. Others dress minimally, so that their art can speak volumes. Local painter Marc Huebert falls into this latter category. Read on to learn how his street art plays a role in his street fashion, and to peep some of his works of ar ... More >>
With the recent onslaught of snow hitting Denver, many people are dressing for warmth and comfort instead of a stylish spring. Still, a few women managed to inject some fun into their snow-day looks. Continue reading to see a sampling of frosty female fashion, and what practical accessories these la ... More >>
Denver is known for its various species of beer geeks, outdoor enthusiasts and sports fans. More and more it's becoming known for its music, and the varied climate of the scene cultivates a diverse cluster of fans, from metal heads to hippies to Juggalos. Here we have the complete Denver music fan f ... More >>
The new year is here, and new menswear is emerging on the Denver streets. This week's stylish male, Kirkland James, is a local artist and poet who looks optimistically towards the future. Continue reading to discover who inspires his style, what his resolution is for 2013, and how he plans to change ... More >>
Being the inappropriately dramatic individual I am, it would be appropriate to say I have a love-hate relationship with the 16th Street Mall. But both love and hate are words that are too strong for my feelings about the mall. Although I'm inclined to admire anything built around the activity of sho ... More >>
The city of Denver is known for its various species of beer geeks, outdoor enthusiasts and sports fans, but the varied climate of the Denver music scene cultivates a diverse cluster of fans, from metal heads to hippies to Juggalos. Here, in the first of several chapters in our handy field guide, you ... More >>
The summer continues to be a scorcher, and while many of us are too hot to do anything useful, cooler heads are using this time to plan ahead for the future. Take a look at this week's street-style subjects, who prove that you can be productive and look good at the same time. See also: - Denver mus ... More >>
As summer arrives, fashion takes a bold leap into the future. Fix your eyes on this week's street-style contenders, who display style as sharp as a knife and as smooth as a llama.
Whether you're honoring a ubiquitous egg-laying rabbit obsessed with scavenger hunts or the miraculous resurrection of a thirty-something Jewish carpenter, the Easter season is upon us once again. But regardless of your religious affiliation, in the world of music, returning from the dead seems to h ... More >>
Oh hello, new accessory from American Apparel labeled under "swimwear." You are called a "conical Asian hat." You are not aesthetically pleasing in a traditional sense, though I'm sure girls on Lookbook.nu will flock to you and your "edginess."
It is not a hair tie. I repeat, it is NOT called a hair tie.I have a horrible sense of fashion. Do people have even have senses of fashion anymore? Maybe I'm old for using that phrase, considering I mostly wear whatever I see other people on the Internet wearing. Anyway, I dress like a sixtee ... More >>
Nice Myspace photo, Charn.For the second time in a month, a multi-million dollar sexual harassment and assault lawsuit against American Apparel founder and CEO Dov Charney has surfaced, this time by four former employees. This is hardly a surprise, but there is something to be said for the fact t ... More >>
Hey-ho, let's go: The Pondo Beara limited-edition T-shirt. Mondo, Mondo, Mondo -- what are you up to now? Not one to lock himself up and lick his wounds, Denver's favorite reality show runner-up Mondo Guerra, upset by Gretchen in the Project Runway Season 8 finale, is strutting his stuff all ... More >>
From iamlala.comNot for sale: Melo. La La Vazquez, Carmelo Anthony's soon-to-be-wife and sometimes-Colorado resident, wants to sell you the gold Gucci heels off her feet. To end poverty. Vazquez is auctioning off her goods on eBay to benefit Oxfam America, a nonprofit aimed at ending injusti ... More >>
What won't the best actor of his generation do for a role? Not much.