Fashion has always been a passion of mine. As a child, I did not agree with my mother’s fashion choices for my closet. One day she was in my room and discovered an entire drawer of lonely and insulted clothing, still tagged, that I had been stockpiling for years. Her …Read More »
Our STYLE intern, a journalism major at the University of Mississippi, tells us how she plays it cool during a sizzling afternoon of shopping, sipping and dining. The Baltimore summer is here in all its broiling dog-day-ness! But that’s okay. For me, the scorching days signal sundresses, sunglasses and super …Read More »
Dial Me Up! Little M Style, the oh-so-haute designer showroom that offers styling, personal shopping, retail and consignment to fashion savvy locals and the famous, turns three this year. “Our showroom is like a closet,” says owner Maria Williams of the space that features accessories for men and fashions …Read More »
Opposites are attracting us this season: wild patterns, when we’re feeling like the life of the party; minimalistic solids, when we want to wade in more demure. Trina Turk’s summer staples never disappoint. Turk’s bold and vibrant high-neck one-piece—dubbed the “Capri” ($148 at trinaturk.com)—heats things up with sexy …Read More »
Wedding photographers capture our life’s potentially happiest moment in time on film: no pressure there. We talked to some of our favorite marriage-snapping pros about the pressures, pleasures and pitfalls of shooting folks’ big day. They shared some of their trademark tricks and blissful photo picks with us as well. DAVID …Read More »
Behold, the biggest name in eyewear Warby Parker, which moved into Harbor East snug between Brooks Brothers and Sassanova, is finally open. The optical online retailer is known for its signature affordable yet trendy eyewear. The brand, which was sold exclusively online until 2013, offers prescription glasses frames (or …Read More »
Patron Saints of Grooming Local stylists are donating their time to help Baltimoreans feel beautiful, inside and out.
Saving Face After doing some makeup sessions at About Faces for staffers from Sinai Hospital—including its president, Amy Perry—makeup artist Owen O’Donnell inquired about starting a program at the facility. “I’ve always been interested in corrective and camouflage makeup,” says O’Donnell, who adds that he would have become a nurse if he …Read More »
Divas wanted The A in the new Ellicott City shop A’Divaz Boutique stands for “Any diva.” “There’s something for everyone here,” says shop owner Angelina Brannigan. With a background in both retail and makeup, Brannigan says she has always wanted to open a store. Opportunity knocked and the North Laurel …Read More »
Published in April 2016 issue of STYLE Already saddled with our work bag, techno-gadgets, keys and, maybe, a yoga mat or water bottle, toting around an umbrella seems almost impossible. But when caught in a rainstorm, you would move mountains to have one, right? Back in 1992, designers Tibor Kalman and …Read More »
Designing Baltimore: Jill Andrews Get to know the nine Baltimore fashion designers featured in our upcoming April issue.
Jill Andrews fell in love with textiles when she was a student at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology. After some time abroad in London, Andrews landed in Baltimore, where she worked for Center Stage for 15 years in women’s costumes. “My time at Center Stage was an incredible education …Read More »