On Trend: Cats and Wolves at The Church

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All photos by Mauricio O. Rocha
On Sunday night, the Church hosted a dance party focused on anime, hentai and cosplay. We spotted a variety of costumes there, but a common theme was prevalent: stylish, furry felines and wolves. Keep reading to learn what subcultures inspired these looks.

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On Trend: Neon Colors Our World at DISH and Dateline

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All photos by Mauricio O. Rocha
Bright, bold colors are making a splash on the Denver streets -- just in time for the transition between summer and fall. This week we noticed neon colors at Dateline gallery, as well as at DISH. Keep reading to learn why these fashionistas prefer their wardrobe with a heavy dose of color -- and where they shop.

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John Varvatos Pop-Up Shop at Goldyn Tomorrow -- Fashion and Rock and Roll!

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The John Varvatos menswear line will pop up tomorrow at Goldyn, the high-style boutique in Highland, which will host a pop-up shop. Varvatos is a legend in the menswear industry, known for offering the best in design, tailoring and fabrication, all with a rock-and-roll edge. The fall/winter 2014 collection will be on display from noon to 8 p.m. Saturday, September 6, with a cocktail reception at 6 p.m.

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On Trend: Clear Fashion Is Clearly a Hit for Fall

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All photos by Mauricio O. Rocha
A string of clear shades from Pac Sun, Urban Outfitters, Walgreens and Buffalo Exchange.
With fall right around the corner, we're starting to get pumped for the season's new looks. One trend is already clear: Transparent and see-through fashion is now being rocked by modern guys and gals alike, and has hit Denver in a major manner. Keep reading for more.

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Suitsupply Thinks Denver Men Are Ready to Look Good This Fall

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Photo by Mauricio O. Rocha
Suitsupply in Cherry Creek
Suitsupply, a super-hip men's suit store in Cherry Creek North, is specializing in tailoring and style for its upcoming fall collection, in stores next month. Suitsupply is an Amsterdam-based company with dozens of stores in Europe; over the last few years, it's spread to the United States. Earlier this year it opened its seventh U.S. store at 299 Detroit Street in Denver -- which means this city got the high-quality brand before L.A., San Francisco, Dallas or Miami. One of the reasons the company put the store here was the online purchasing habits of Denverites: Sales here through its website were high, showing that Denver wanted a store such as Suitsupply.

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Adatto Menswear and Modern Gladiator Want to Put Denver Men in Fine Fighting Form

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All photos by Mauricio O. Rocha
John Hand shows off a custom suit from Adatto Menswear.
You won't find Adatto Menswear in any storefront. Instead, Adatto comes to you: You can consider this company your personal tailor, stylist and concierge. And now, in collaboration with Modern Gladiator, a Denver-based online magazine, Adatto is ready to put this region's men in fighting form -- a development they celebrated at a recent launch party.

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Kellyann Salinas spotted in UNIF and TUK waiting for Lady Gaga

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All photos by Mauricio O. Rocha
On August 6, Lady Gaga brought her ArtRave tour to Denver in support of her latest album, ARTPOP. In the crowd of fans waiting for admission we spotted a bartender from Miami, Kellyann Salinas, looking spectacular in a style that was fun and trendy. Keep reading to learn more about Salinas and where she gets her fashion inspiration.

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Urban Nights Put the Spotlight on Mondo Guerra and Other Denver Designers

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All photos by Mauricio O. Rocha
On August 1, the second annual Urban Nights fashion show, sponsored by the Joseph Family Foundation, brought a fashion extravaganza to Mile High Station that benefited homeless youth while showcasing local designers. One of those designers was Mondo Guerra, who's gained national acclaim on Project Runway and Under the Gunn but continues to be based in Denver; he created a special collection for this event.

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The eight best fashion events in Denver in August

Categories: Fashion, Style

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Tonight's Urban Nights Fashion Show, a benefit for Urban Peak, is just the start of a fashion-packed August. There will also be hot pool parties, cool exhibits, and the city's biggest community swap. Keep reading for the eight best fashion events this month.

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Urban Nights will celebrate Denver fashion -- and raise money for Urban Peak

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The second Urban Nights Fashion Show is a "runway with a reason." The event promises to not only be a great fashion celebration featuring some of Denver's best boutiques and designers (including Project Runway's Mondo Guerra) but to raise a lot of money for Urban Peak, a non-profit organization that provides a wide range of services for youth who are homeless or at risk. In advance of Friday night's festivities, we spoke with both creative director Dahlia Weinstein and Kim Easton, the executive director of Urban Peak, about how fashion can play a role in helping homeless youth.

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