Tsigereda Gugia Debuts Her Designs at Dress to Impress Fashion Show Saturday

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Tsigereda Gugia has been designing since she was a seven-year-old girl in Ethiopia. She moved to the United States for college, and now will showcase her latest designs on Saturday, December 20 at Gazelle Model's Dress to Impress fashion show and clothing sale at the Cherry Creek Hilton Garden Inn, hosted by Abyssinians Familys and La Rue Fashion Parade.

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Prud Collective Launches Ethical Fashion With a Fashion Show and Pop-Up Shop on Thursday

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All photos by Amfo Connolly
African tradition meets Colorado style on Thursday, December 18 at Beacons Community Creative Space, where Prud Collective will host an Ethical Fashion launch of its new spring 2015 line with a pop-up shop, cocktails and a fashion show. Prud founder Dacia McPherson's love of American, Japanese and Scandinavian styles are clear in the collection, as are the artistic influences of her design team.

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Five Best Menswear Boutiques in Denver

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Menswear is often reduced to an afterthought or side note in many department stores. But fortunately for fashionable men in the Mile High City, there are definite exceptions to that rule here. Keep reading for our top five menswear boutiques in metro Denver.

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City Salon Merges With Gränd Salon to Create a Real LoHi Hub

Categories: Fashion, Style

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All photos by Mauricio O. Rocha
Shelly Rewinkle has been in the Denver beauty business for 25 years, first as the owner of Gränd Salon and then adding City Salon a year and a half ago. But as the business grew, she decided it was time to merge the two salons and centralize services. "We started with five people and now we have 23 people that work here," she says. Gränd Salon does colors and cuts for men and women and even some nail services; it will unveil skin-care services in the new year. The salon also has a boutique that sells fashion items and accessories, and is even looking for a local muralist to add some color to one of its walls. Beauty here is definitely more than skin-deep.

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On Trend: Red Fashion Is All the Rage

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All photos by Mauricio O. Rocha
This week the color red is appearing everywhere from holiday parties to fashion markets and even on the streets. The color adds a jolt of energy to any outfit. We spotted some red-hot pants, flannels and sweaters, just to name a few fiery fashion items.

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La Lovely Vintage Finds a Home at Vintage Cottage in Littleton

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All photos courtesy of Tara Dover
"I've always been fascinated with antiques," says Tara Dover. "In my early twenties I got into vintage clothing, and ever since then both my life and style have never been the same." And over the past few years, her fascination has really taken off, with first online sales of La Lovely Vintage items, then a mobile store, and now a brick-and-mortar shop in Littleton, the Vintage Cottage.

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Love Is the Journey for Lifestyle Blogger Kelly Heneberry

Categories: Fashion, Style

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Fashion blogger Kelly Heneberry has gone from changing her clothes five times a day as a little girl to sharing her take on the Denver lifestyle and fashion on her blog, Love's the Journey. Fresh from her recent appearance on the Meredith Vieira Show, Heneberry took a break from blogging to answer a few questions about style and her pajama makeover.

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On Trend: Fur Delivers Fun, Texture...and Warmth

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Photo courtesy of Evan Semon
Fur is making a strong statement this season, appearing both on the runway -- at the Larimer Square Winter Fashion Show at the Edge Lounge, a model wore a bikini and a fur hat from Blue Ruby & Scarpaletto -- and on the streets. We caught up with several local tastemakers to ask why they like to wear fur, and to get some tips on how to incorporate the fuzzy texture into your own wardrobe.

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Red Ball Denver struts for World AIDS Day on Sunday

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Photos courtesy of Colorado AIDS Project

Fashion shows with intricate hairstyles, theatrical mak-up and haute couture are always a feast for the eyes. When the spectacle is for a good cause, it makes the entertainment a charitable effort. This is the case with Denver's Red Ball, now in in its sixth year. We spoke with Jeff Trujillo, Colorado AIDS Project manager of marketing and events in advance of the show -- which takes place Sunday, November 30, at Exdo Event Center -- to find out what makes this fashion show so unique and what surprises are in store for guests.

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On Trend: Graphic Prints at ArtDenver and on Broadway

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All photos by Mauricio o. Rocha
Geoffrey Mac shows his collection at ArtDenver.
Bright and bold graphic-printed fashion is all the rage these days. Over the past week, we've noticed photographic imagery printed on everything from skirts to socks, and everywhere from the streets to the runway. Read on to learn more about these graphics, how to wear them, and why people like picturesque images on their clothing.

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