What do you get when you combine a street rider with Mother Nature? You get Deb Henriksen, designer and owner of Equillibrium Clothing, one of the featured designers at Denver Fashion Weekend that starts Saturday, November 9. See also: Charlie Price, producing style for 303's Denver Fashion Weekend
A precursor to Westword's signature Artopia on February 23, tonight's Whiteout Fashion Show caps the Art of Winter by putting the spotlight on local couture. This inaugural fashion display features clothing and accessories from Westword MasterMinds Brandi Shigley, Mona Lucero and Deb Hendriksen of E ... More >>
February's Whiteout Fashion Show is Westword's newest signature event, and it's a big one. On February 7, we'll take over the McNichols Building with live performance art, a runway show full of winter fashions and food and cocktails from an array of local vendors. It will be a night of both style an ... More >>
On Saturday night, Westword introduced the eighth class of MasterMinds -- artistic entrepreneurs who are changing the cultural landscape. Since we started the program, we have given more than $130,000 in grants to artists and arts organizations. The latest winners (click on the link for profiles): M ... More >>
Nearly a year ago, designers Tricia Hoke, Deb Henriksen, Jose Duran and Lisa Elstun put their heads together and created Red Drinks, a monthly get-together when local folks in the fashion/design field could mingle, network and share ideas. It's been going strong ever since, and after a holida ... More >>
What do you get when you cross(dress) the Colorado Rockies in the latest creations of Denver fashion designers? A series of baseball cards for the Colorado Frockies: The boys of summer dresses. #28 Aaron Cook wears a Deb Henriksen....
Katie Taft won the 2006 MasterMind award in the visual-arts category. In 2005, Westword introduced its first class of MasterMinds, five aesthetic adventurers working in a variety of mediums, but all changing the cultural landscape of Denver. Those first awards came as quite a surprise -- both to t ... More >>
Need a little black dress? How about a flippy summer frock? Denver's fashion designers have you covered. Just ask Cydney Payton.
Denver's Christmas display could use a new coat of hay.