Art Meets Fashion 2013

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Annual Publication for Art Meets Fashion: a nonprofit fashion and art event.

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    TAYLOR STANDRIFFstyling coordinator

    TATIANA SUBBOTINsponsor liaison

    HEIDI M. GRESSevent producer

    AMY TAGGARTfashion correspondent

    JESSE STEBBINSpress coordinator

    DAVID HOLLANDa/v coordinator

    CAMELLIA ROWLANDFOH coordinator

    RACHEL HAYESevent design

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    MADISON SLAGOWSKIrunway/print producer

    SHAUN CLARKbackstage coordinator

    ANNALISA B. MILLOart director

    JESSICA SMITHlogistics coordinator

    TIFFANY AGUIRREservice coordinator

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    Local Fashion. Local Art. Local Causes.

    Welcome to Art Meets Fashion 2013 celebrating the best of

    Utah fashion, fine art, culinary and performing arts during an

    exclusive two night event in downtown Salt lake City benefit-

    ing one local organization, The Center for Documentary Ex-

    pression and Art. A multi-city event, AMF features runway

    shows in venues that support the local artistic community.

    AMF also showcases food selections from top area restaurants,

    live performances from local talent and is geared toward the

    socially conscious, fashion forward resident.

    Our goal this year was to bring an artistic showcase only pre-

    viously seen in larger cities to the Salt Lake City center. With

    over 250 volunteer participants including 102 models each eve-

    ning, 10 salons, 9 fashion designers, 9 boutiques, 7 restaurants,

    12 performance artists, 10 fine artists, 1 event design company

    and their entire team, lighting designers, staff and over 20 ded-

    icated AMF core team members that work for months leading

    up to the event, AMF celebrates everything that makes a region unique.

    Founders of Art Meets Fashion and (a)perture marketing, Heidi M. Gress and Anne Cummings created the event as a premiere community outreach

    program. Heidi Gress acts as current executive producer of AMF, while Anne Cummings is on personal hiatus and is currently enrolled in the MSW

    program at the University of Utah and recently welcomed the addition of a beautiful baby girl, Cora. She will return to AMF in 2014.

    Heidi M. Gress has over a decade of creative execution experience in commercials, print publications, and experiential marketing. She seeks out

    the best talent to create fully integrated, thought provoking campaigns. Artistically minded and client focused, she works hand in hand with clients

    promoting a collaborative environment. During her time in LA, she worked in commercial production on campaigns such as Target, Budweiser,

    Molson Canadian, and BMW films; as well as produced events for AIA, A+D museum, DesignGuide.com, JES Publishing, LA Fashion Week, live

    performance showcases, and private cocktail affairs. Before relocating to Salt Lake City she launched Sphere magazine, a lifestyle publication out

    of Los Angeles. By merging all aspects of the creative process she has found a comfortable home as partner and co-founder of (a)perture marketing

    in Salt Lake City. She brings the energy of a large city to this budding creative market. Recently, she completed photographic projects for Westfield

    Malls, Ballet West, Grand America, LuxaChrome and Farasha Boutique.

    (a)perture marketing is a full service advertising, marketing and public relations agency, aspiring to create comprehensive and fully integrated mar-

    keting campaigns for both commercial and non-profit clients. (a)perture specializes in direct-to-consumer delivery of specific and targeted messages.

    Through incorporating strategic elements, designed to work in tandem, (a)perture delivers a systematic approach, working from initial concept to

    material execution, ensuring the maximum return on investment. For more information on Art Meets Fashion or (a)perture marketing contact

    heidi@aperturemktg.com or visit www.aperturemktg.com.

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    Madison Slagowski is a photoshoot and fashion show produc-

    er based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Madisons experience ranges

    from managing fashion shows featuring multitudes of global

    retailers, fashion designers, hundreds of models and dozens

    of styling teams to international advertising campaigns, and

    intimate still shoots for editorial publication. Madison has

    worked with the Art Meets Fashion team since its inception

    and quickly moved from model, to fashion show producer

    and now taking on both the runway production and all fash-

    ion photoshoot producing as well. Madison has a unique abil-

    ity to understand the needs of both the client and the crew.

    T AY L O R S T A N D R I F F

    Taylor Standriff started last year with Art Meets

    Fashion as salon liaison and this year she joins

    us again as Styling Coordinator. Working with

    all local salons and styling the majority of the

    Art Meets Fashion team shoots, Taylor brings a

    fresh perspective to the event. She has been in the

    beauty industry for years moving from Landis to

    Lunatic Fringe salon. Taylor is a freelance stylist

    for various photographers and has had her work

    published in LA Magazine and Vogue Italia.

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    O G D E N S O W ND I S T I L L E R Y

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    W H I T EW H I T E

    W H I T E

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    DESIGNER JORDAN HALVERSEN MODEL: JACE HAIR: JANAE MECHLING JOHNSON MUA: AMBER PEARSON

    DESIGNER RACHEL DOMINGO MODEL: MINNA WANG HAIR: STEVEN ROBERTSON MUA:JILLYN NESLEN

    DESIGNER NEPHI GARCIA MODEL: JAWAHIR AHMED HAIR: AMBER PEARSONMUA: AMBER PEARSON

    DESIGNER KELLI LYNN BAKER MODEL: KIRA LAKE HAIR: JANAE MECHLING JOHNSON MUA: CAMI TALBOT

    DESIGNER MARY RINO MODEL: KATIEHAIR: STEVEN ROBERTSON MUA: JILLYN NESLEN

    DESIGNER MARY RINO MODEL: GINA HAIR: JANAE MECHLING JOHNSON MUA: CAMI TALBOT

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    t h e F A W N

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    I WANTED TO DO SOMETHING THAT HAD AN ELEMENT OF COMFORT, YET PROVIDED PIECES THAT WERE STILL INTERESTING AND CHIC.

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    THE KIND OF WOMAN I WANT WEARING MY CLOTHING

    [ I S ] P OW E R F U L , I N S P I R I N G , A N D C O N F I D E N T.

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    Heggy Gonzalez is what many would refer to as a renaissance woman. An expert in all things creative, Heggy not only

    designs fashion that leaves you breathless, but completes the vision with award winning hair and make-up. Her newest

    collection merges her love of Tron, David Bowie and metallics with clean lines, reflective trim, sleek silhouettes. As

    Creative and Education Director at the Aveda Institute in Provo, she is responsible for teaching the future professionals

    of the beauty industry. She is always pushing the envelope and we are looking forward to her next move.

    Tell us about yourself. How did you got started, what

    is your background and training?

    ...after bouncing around California including brief

    stint at glamour shots I waskinda lost. I had my best

    friend moving to Colorado and I thought why not? I

    moved there and worked at a five star resort and then

    made my way to Denver where I worked with award

    winning hairdresser Charlie Price who helped me take

    my editorial styling to the next level. After that I began

    my journey with the Aveda Institute Denver, working

    for an amazing man namedDale Lemonds. He not only

    inspired me to be great but challenged me to always

    strive for the next level. I have been Educating now for

    over 7 years and I love it. Working for dale has taken

    me from Denver to Tucson back to my home state of

    Utah. During that time I have been published in inter-

    national and national publications, traveled to Europe,

    become a color educator for Aveda Corporation and

    most recently crowned the RAWartist National Hair-

    dresser of the year.

    What is your inspiration?

    I am inspired by fashion, beauty but most of all my

    Future Professionals (students) they challenge me, at

    times drive me crazy but most of all they inspire me to

    be my best by helping them reach their goals from the

    first to last haircut they do while at the Aveda institute.

    Where do you see your designs and the hair/make-up

    industry in Utah going as a whole?

    I live to create, whether the canvas is hair, face or fab-

    ric and I constantly am working on the next project. I

    am constant working on expanding my skills soI don't

    know what's next for me but what ever it is I'm ready.

    Most of all I love that I have found an amazing creative

    community in Utah!

    What do you feel sets you apart in your design style?

    I don't think I have a set style, and I think that sets me

    apart.

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    www.intheevent.com 801.886.1144 info@intheevent.com

    Product Launches VIP Events Incentive Parties Fashion Shows Dinner Parties Themed Events Concerts

    Award Galas Entertainment Corporate Meetings Employee Appreciations

    We are dedicated to the success of your event! We meticulously plan and design experiences that accurately portray your theme,

    mood, atmosphere, and emotion.

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    CHALKGARDEN

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    "fashion is less about what

    label or designer you're

    actually wearing, and

    more about how it makes you feel."

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    The old saw clothes maketh the

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    Today, as always, a well-made suit

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    person of discretion, taste and, in

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    that intimidates and entices both

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    are more selective about when and

    where to dress up or dress down

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    sion. Corporate meeting? An Italian

    suit. Nightclub? A slim cut blazer.

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    holes, sleeves and waistbands are

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    From there you can start looking at

    ways to stand out a bit, whether its

    the color, the pattern or an unusual

    combination of the two. There are

    even subtle details that can convey

    a sense of creativity or originality,

    such as a jacket with an inside pat-

    tern trim.

    There are only a few places to ac-

    quire a suit of such quality in Utah,

    one of these is Perfectly Suited in

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    with quality of design and personal

    approach. Perfectly Suited carries

    both Italian and British fabrics to

    create a custom designed suit with

    thread counts ranging from 90-150.

    If an event arises that needs imme-

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    customsuits4u.com

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