Ian Kennedy's eye for style is in his genes. His family was in the antiques business, and as a child he'd go to auctions with his grandparents, seeking out items for their Native American and vintage store. Though that spot closed long ago, Kennedy has revived it through Ruby George, the online sh ... More >>
A decade ago artist Jim Howard came to Denver for a paper doll convention, visiting from his home in Taos. That's when Rachel Hoffman, operations manager for local antiques and rare doll shop Turn of the Century Antiques, met him. And as she got to know Howard, she discovered that he wasn't just a m ... More >>
As the sun continues to heat up Denver, womenswear is heating up the streets. One of the bright spots we spotted this week was Lauren Jestes, a local technical writer and fashionista. Read on to discover her favorite accessories, where she shops, and who inspires her personal style. See also: - Wom ... More >>
Coco Chanel once said, "A woman who doesn't wear perfume has no future." I ensured my future when I married my perfume in 2008...literally. Since I had to spend a year jumping through the FBI's hoops to have my last name legally changed to Davies, I decided to add a second middle name. "Coco" is wh ... More >>
While there have been fires in the forests and fireworks in the sky, the streets are also on fire -- with hot, hot fashion. Check out this week's eclectic mix of frontwoman and skater styles. See Also: What's in your bag? Anime and spray paint at PrideFest and Comic Con What's in your bag? Dinosau ... More >>
Last weekend was jam-packed with events all around Denver. The inaugural Denver Comic Con, PrideFest, Juneteenth and Father's Day, to name just a few, brought very diverse crowds out around the city. And that meant that very different fashion styles were seen on the street -- everything from the rai ... More >>
Handbags and shoes and Barbies, oh my!