By Edie Adelstein
Thomas Kincaid’s got nothing on Colorado Springs’ Monique Viger
by Edie Adelstein
For years, Monique Viger ran trails around Colorado Springs. She was raising a family and working as a hairstylist, but she wanted to return to the dabbling and doodling, as she called it, that she did as a child.…
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303 Magazine Pool Parties 2015 are just a couple months away and we’re already counting down the days until the sun is shining down on us at The Breakers Resort pool.
In 2014 we added the Poolside Fashion Show to the Pool Party Series lineup and this year we’re expanding it even more. Not only will be host the the infamous 303 Sunday Pool Parties and the Thursday evening Poolside Fashion Shows, we are also introducing
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By Khoa Sinclair
The Western fashion market is extremely Eurocentric, so we often miss great looks coming from other places. Tokyo, a major fashion market, just finished up its Fall/Winter 2016 shows. Just like we saw in New York City, these designers are not afraid to push the envelope.
Looks ranged from classic to colorful, and even avant garde. Over at Facetasm we saw fresh looks that worked with blockey silhouettes and splashes of color. While over at
Via:: FASHION RECAP: Tokyo Fashion Week Top 5 Shows
April 10 – May 9, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, April 10th, 7-9 pm. Free Artist Talk: Thursday, April 16, 7 pm. Paula Gillen and Natalie Krick with exhibition organizers Conor King and Katie Harwood. $5 general public; Free to CPAC members and students. Artists: Paula Gillen (Boulder, CO), Jamil Hellu (San Francisco, CA), Natalie Krick […]
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By Devon MacLeod
Being tall can often have a very strong effect on a girl’s shopping experience and even sometimes on her self-esteem. The sleeves are too short. The pant legs aren’t right. The maxi dress is more like a mini dress. More often than not they can end up settling for pants that don’t quite touch reach their ankles because that’s as close as they will ever get. It’s a daily struggle for those women that enter
Via:: Long Tall Sally: Boutique for Tall Women Opens in Denver
Want to model on Denver’s largest and most fashionable runway?
303 Magazine is seeking male and female models to walk in Denver Fashion Weekend Spring ’15 on April 29-May 3.
Think you have what it takes?
Sign up below for the casting call on Tuesday, March 31 and come prepared to strut your stuff and show us your modeling talent.
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By Kate Lysinger
The long-standing uniform in fashion has been black on black on black. It’s chic and timeless and conveys serious style. But let’s be honest, anyone can match black with black, but only a well-practiced fashionista (or fashionisto) can match an ikat print with a floral without looking too busy. Learn how to mix prints with the best of them with these easy steps.
How to mix spring prints for a fashionable look
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By Barb Dye
Don’t forget! Ultimate Music Xperience Auditions for the Capitol Hill United Neighbors People’s Fair at the Celtic Tavern / Delaney’s this Saturday and Sunday starting at 11:00 a.m. and ending around 7:00 p.m. each night. Come be one of the judges and check out new and upcoming bands vying for one of the slots at the People’s Fair being held June 6th & 7th at Denver’s Civic Center Park. The venues are on the NW
Via:: UMX (CHUN’s People’ Fair) Auditions // Elvis Monroe at The Stampede Friday Night // 4th Annual Girl Wreck Fest
By Barb Dye
Wade Hayes, 45, was born to be a country music star. Wade, son of professional country musician Don Hayes was inspired by his father to play the mandolin as well as the guitar. At age 11, he was signed to an independent record label and also played with his father’s band throughout high school.
The younger Hayes made headlines for songs centered on loneliness, heartache and despair. In 1994, his debut album soared to the top
Via:: After Colon Cancer Diagnosis, Singer Wade Hayes Makes Every Day Count // Donate an Instrument and Change a Child’s Life // Memorial for Nightclub Fire That Killed 100 May Open in 2016
By Barb Dye
With seven years, 30+ awards, and two guitars under her belt, four-time “Songwriter of the Year,” five-time “New Country Female Entertainer of the Year,” and Nashville recording artist Kristi Hoopes is belting out the country music of tomorrow, today.
This past summer, Kristi had the opportunity to record her first album at the historic RCA Studio A (Grand Victor Sound) in Nashville, TN after winning Lyricord’s first songwriting contest. Her new single, “At Least It’s Something”
Via:: Featured Member: Kristi Hoopes – Upcoming Country Star