ADOBE x CHRISTIAN COWAN – PROJECT PRIMROSE NYFW

ADOBE X CHRISTIAN COWAN. PROJECT PRIMROSE. NYFW. 2024

AD | BOGNER X NO CHASER

BOGNER X NO CHASER FW23

ODE TO VINYL | SFS – EPISODES 01-07

ODE TO VINYL | SFS – EPISODES 01-07

A Series. A new ongoing series a set of five have dropped and will be coming your way all summer featuring David Andrew of Ode To Vinyl. A photographic journey along side him as he searches for vinyl during his lunch breaks at Todd Snyder and my love of vinyl. Head over to Ode To Vinyl for the stories and full photo essays. Stay tuned for more…

VOGUE US | UNITED STATES OF FASHION | ISSUE FEBRUARY 2021

VOGUE US | UNITED STATES OF FASHION | ISSUE FEBRUARY 2021

VOGUE. FEBRUARY ISSUE. UNITED STATES OF FASHION FEATURE. DETROIT. American Vogue historical February 2021 Issue of Vice President Kamala Harris.  Featuring the United States of Fashion sharing the new landscape of American fashion across the United States. Imagery of designer Tracy Reese, Hope For Flowers representing Detroit and the Mid-West in print. As well as other notable natives of Detroit making waves including Genusee, Shinola and many others.

Roslyn Karamoko, Katherine Johnson, Hannah Morris, Jourdan Sims, and Erin Reese-Burks in Reese’s designs at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit featuring the artwork exhibition of Conrad Egyir.

Tracy Reese in her grandmothers home in Detroit standing among family photos of her childhood and years past.

Hanna Morris in Reese’s Hope For Flowers collection.

Tracy Reese photographed at MoCAD Detroit featuring Conrad Egyir exhibition as the backdrop to the Hope For Flowers collection.

PRIOR | ITALY | THE GRAND AOSTA HOTEL

PRIOR | ITALY |  THE GRAND AOSTA HOTEL

Words By Meredith Erickson. Photography Christina Holmes. A table is set for lunch: wine glasses, pewter plates, a bottle of Valle d’Aosta Prié Blanc on a pink tablecloth. A window above the wooden banquette with zabaione-cream cushions embroidered in Alpine flora overlooks the Sant’ Orso meadow, the largest mountain meadow in Europe. Behind it looms the Gran Paradiso mountain, the only one of four “giants” over 13,000 feet that is completely in Italy. The sun streaming in from the window gives the scene a vintage-postcard feel, as if it was taken a world away, a century ago.

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