Art Meets Fashion 2013

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

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<ul><li><p>2(left to right)</p><p>TAYLOR STANDRIFFstyling coordinator</p><p>TATIANA SUBBOTINsponsor liaison</p><p>HEIDI M. GRESSevent producer</p><p>AMY TAGGARTfashion correspondent</p><p>JESSE STEBBINSpress coordinator</p><p>DAVID HOLLANDa/v coordinator</p><p>CAMELLIA ROWLANDFOH coordinator</p><p>RACHEL HAYESevent design</p></li><li><p>3S T A F F / C O N T R I B U T O R S</p><p>MADISON SLAGOWSKIrunway/print producer</p><p>SHAUN CLARKbackstage coordinator</p><p>ANNALISA B. MILLOart director</p><p>JESSICA SMITHlogistics coordinator</p><p>TIFFANY AGUIRREservice coordinator</p></li><li><p>4A B O U T A M F</p><p>Local Fashion. Local Art. Local Causes.</p><p>Welcome to Art Meets Fashion 2013 celebrating the best of </p><p>Utah fashion, fine art, culinary and performing arts during an </p><p>exclusive two night event in downtown Salt lake City benefit-</p><p>ing one local organization, The Center for Documentary Ex-</p><p>pression and Art. A multi-city event, AMF features runway </p><p>shows in venues that support the local artistic community. </p><p>AMF also showcases food selections from top area restaurants, </p><p>live performances from local talent and is geared toward the </p><p>socially conscious, fashion forward resident.</p><p>Our goal this year was to bring an artistic showcase only pre-</p><p>viously seen in larger cities to the Salt Lake City center. With </p><p>over 250 volunteer participants including 102 models each eve-</p><p>ning, 10 salons, 9 fashion designers, 9 boutiques, 7 restaurants, </p><p>12 performance artists, 10 fine artists, 1 event design company </p><p>and their entire team, lighting designers, staff and over 20 ded-</p><p>icated AMF core team members that work for months leading </p><p>up to the event, AMF celebrates everything that makes a region unique.</p><p>Founders of Art Meets Fashion and (a)perture marketing, Heidi M. Gress and Anne Cummings created the event as a premiere community outreach </p><p>program. Heidi Gress acts as current executive producer of AMF, while Anne Cummings is on personal hiatus and is currently enrolled in the MSW </p><p>program at the University of Utah and recently welcomed the addition of a beautiful baby girl, Cora. She will return to AMF in 2014. </p><p>Heidi M. Gress has over a decade of creative execution experience in commercials, print publications, and experiential marketing. She seeks out </p><p>the best talent to create fully integrated, thought provoking campaigns. Artistically minded and client focused, she works hand in hand with clients </p><p>promoting a collaborative environment. During her time in LA, she worked in commercial production on campaigns such as Target, Budweiser, </p><p>Molson Canadian, and BMW films; as well as produced events for AIA, A+D museum, DesignGuide.com, JES Publishing, LA Fashion Week, live </p><p>performance showcases, and private cocktail affairs. Before relocating to Salt Lake City she launched Sphere magazine, a lifestyle publication out </p><p>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 </p><p>in Salt Lake City. She brings the energy of a large city to this budding creative market. Recently, she completed photographic projects for Westfield </p><p>Malls, Ballet West, Grand America, LuxaChrome and Farasha Boutique.</p><p>(a)perture marketing is a full service advertising, marketing and public relations agency, aspiring to create comprehensive and fully integrated mar-</p><p>keting campaigns for both commercial and non-profit clients. (a)perture specializes in direct-to-consumer delivery of specific and targeted messages. </p><p>Through incorporating strategic elements, designed to work in tandem, (a)perture delivers a systematic approach, working from initial concept to </p><p>material execution, ensuring the maximum return on investment. For more information on Art Meets Fashion or (a)perture marketing contact </p><p>heidi@aperturemktg.com or visit www.aperturemktg.com.</p></li><li><p>5M A D I S O N S L A G O W S K I</p><p>Madison Slagowski is a photoshoot and fashion show produc-</p><p>er based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Madisons experience ranges </p><p>from managing fashion shows featuring multitudes of global </p><p>retailers, fashion designers, hundreds of models and dozens </p><p>of styling teams to international advertising campaigns, and </p><p>intimate still shoots for editorial publication. Madison has </p><p>worked with the Art Meets Fashion team since its inception </p><p>and quickly moved from model, to fashion show producer </p><p>and now taking on both the runway production and all fash-</p><p>ion photoshoot producing as well. Madison has a unique abil-</p><p>ity to understand the needs of both the client and the crew.</p><p>T AY L O R S T A N D R I F F</p><p>Taylor Standriff started last year with Art Meets </p><p>Fashion as salon liaison and this year she joins </p><p>us again as Styling Coordinator. Working with </p><p>all local salons and styling the majority of the </p><p>Art Meets Fashion team shoots, Taylor brings a </p><p>fresh perspective to the event. She has been in the </p><p>beauty industry for years moving from Landis to </p><p>Lunatic Fringe salon. Taylor is a freelance stylist </p><p>for various photographers and has had her work </p><p>published in LA Magazine and Vogue Italia.</p></li><li><p>6</p></li><li><p>7</p></li><li><p>8</p></li><li><p>9</p></li><li><p>10</p></li><li><p>11</p></li><li><p>12</p></li><li><p>13</p></li><li><p>14</p></li><li><p>15</p></li><li><p>16</p></li><li><p>17</p></li><li><p>18</p></li><li><p>19</p></li><li><p>20</p></li><li><p>21</p></li><li><p>22</p></li><li><p>23</p></li><li><p>24</p></li><li><p>25</p><p>O G D E N S O W ND I S T I L L E R Y</p></li><li><p>26</p></li><li><p>27</p></li><li><p>28</p><p>W H I T EW H I T E</p><p>W H I T E</p></li><li><p>29</p><p>(left to right)</p><p>DESIGNER JORDAN HALVERSEN MODEL: JACE HAIR: JANAE MECHLING JOHNSON MUA: AMBER PEARSON </p><p>DESIGNER RACHEL DOMINGO MODEL: MINNA WANG HAIR: STEVEN ROBERTSON MUA:JILLYN NESLEN</p><p>DESIGNER NEPHI GARCIA MODEL: JAWAHIR AHMED HAIR: AMBER PEARSONMUA: AMBER PEARSON</p><p>DESIGNER KELLI LYNN BAKER MODEL: KIRA LAKE HAIR: JANAE MECHLING JOHNSON MUA: CAMI TALBOT</p><p>DESIGNER MARY RINO MODEL: KATIEHAIR: STEVEN ROBERTSON MUA: JILLYN NESLEN</p><p>DESIGNER MARY RINO MODEL: GINA HAIR: JANAE MECHLING JOHNSON MUA: CAMI TALBOT</p></li><li><p>30</p></li><li><p>31</p></li><li><p>32</p></li><li><p>33</p></li><li><p>34</p></li><li><p>35</p></li><li><p>36</p></li><li><p>37</p></li><li><p>38</p></li><li><p>39</p><p>t</p><p>h</p><p>e</p><p>E</p><p>L</p><p>E</p><p>C</p><p>T</p><p>R</p><p>O</p><p>f</p><p>e</p><p>m</p><p>m</p><p>e</p></li><li><p>40</p></li><li><p>41</p></li><li><p>42</p></li><li><p>43</p></li><li><p>44</p></li><li><p>45</p></li><li><p>46</p><p>t h e F A W N</p></li><li><p>47</p></li><li><p>48</p></li><li><p>49</p></li><li><p>50</p></li><li><p>51</p></li><li><p>52</p></li><li><p>53</p></li><li><p>54</p></li><li><p>55</p></li><li><p>56</p></li><li><p>57</p></li><li><p>58</p><p>I WANTED TO DO SOMETHING THAT HAD AN ELEMENT OF COMFORT, YET PROVIDED PIECES THAT WERE STILL INTERESTING AND CHIC.</p></li><li><p>59</p></li><li><p>60</p><p>THE KIND OF WOMAN I WANT WEARING MY CLOTHING </p><p>[ 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. </p></li><li><p>61</p></li><li><p>62</p></li><li><p>63</p></li><li><p>64</p></li><li><p>65</p></li><li><p>66</p></li><li><p>67</p></li><li><p>68</p></li><li><p>69</p></li><li><p>70</p></li><li><p>71</p></li><li><p>72</p></li><li><p>73</p></li><li><p>74</p></li><li><p>75</p></li><li><p>76</p></li><li><p>77</p><p>Heggy Gonzalez is what many would refer to as a renaissance woman. An expert in all things creative, Heggy not only </p><p>designs fashion that leaves you breathless, but completes the vision with award winning hair and make-up. Her newest </p><p>collection merges her love of Tron, David Bowie and metallics with clean lines, reflective trim, sleek silhouettes. As </p><p>Creative and Education Director at the Aveda Institute in Provo, she is responsible for teaching the future professionals </p><p>of the beauty industry. She is always pushing the envelope and we are looking forward to her next move.</p><p>Tell us about yourself. How did you got started, what </p><p>is your background and training?</p><p>...after bouncing around California including brief </p><p>stint at glamour shots I waskinda lost. I had my best </p><p>friend moving to Colorado and I thought why not? I </p><p>moved there and worked at a five star resort and then </p><p>made my way to Denver where I worked with award </p><p>winning hairdresser Charlie Price who helped me take </p><p>my editorial styling to the next level. After that I began </p><p>my journey with the Aveda Institute Denver, working </p><p>for an amazing man namedDale Lemonds. He not only </p><p>inspired me to be great but challenged me to always </p><p>strive for the next level. I have been Educating now for </p><p>over 7 years and I love it. Working for dale has taken </p><p>me from Denver to Tucson back to my home state of </p><p>Utah. During that time I have been published in inter-</p><p>national and national publications, traveled to Europe, </p><p>become a color educator for Aveda Corporation and </p><p>most recently crowned the RAWartist National Hair-</p><p>dresser of the year.</p><p>What is your inspiration?</p><p>I am inspired by fashion, beauty but most of all my </p><p>Future Professionals (students) they challenge me, at </p><p>times drive me crazy but most of all they inspire me to </p><p>be my best by helping them reach their goals from the </p><p>first to last haircut they do while at the Aveda institute.</p><p>Where do you see your designs and the hair/make-up </p><p>industry in Utah going as a whole?</p><p>I live to create, whether the canvas is hair, face or fab-</p><p>ric and I constantly am working on the next project. I </p><p>am constant working on expanding my skills soI don't </p><p>know what's next for me but what ever it is I'm ready. </p><p>Most of all I love that I have found an amazing creative </p><p>community in Utah!</p><p>What do you feel sets you apart in your design style?</p><p>I don't think I have a set style, and I think that sets me </p><p>apart.</p></li><li><p>78</p></li><li><p>79</p><p> ha</p><p>ir &amp;</p><p> ma</p><p>ke</p><p>up</p><p> by </p><p>ch</p><p>au</p><p>nse</p><p>y h</p><p>ild</p><p>eb</p><p>ra</p><p>nd</p><p>t p</p><p>ho</p><p>tog</p><p>ra</p><p>ph</p><p>ed</p><p> by </p><p>re</p><p>n</p><p>e k</p><p>eit</p><p>h </p><p>[</p><p>[</p></li><li><p>80</p></li><li><p>81</p></li><li><p>82</p></li><li><p>83</p></li><li><p>84</p></li><li><p>85</p></li><li><p>86</p><p>LIONHEART</p></li><li><p>87</p></li><li><p>88</p></li><li><p>89</p></li><li><p>90</p><p>www.intheevent.com 801.886.1144 info@intheevent.com</p><p>Product Launches VIP Events Incentive Parties Fashion Shows Dinner Parties Themed Events Concerts </p><p>Award Galas Entertainment Corporate Meetings Employee Appreciations</p><p>We are dedicated to the success of your event! We meticulously plan and design experiences that accurately portray your theme, </p><p>mood, atmosphere, and emotion. </p></li><li><p>91</p><p>fashionplace.com 6191 South State Street, Murray</p><p>SHOPIN STYLE</p><p>SHOP OUR NEWEST STORES: </p><p>THE LEGO STORE LULULEMON ATHLETICA </p><p>PLUS 150 EXCEPTIONAL SHOPS AND RESTAURANTS INCLUDING: </p><p>NORDSTROM APPLE H&amp;M CRATE AND BARREL J.CREW LUSH PEEK KIDS </p><p>SEPHORA THE CHEESECAKE FACTORY Z GALLERIE AND MANY MORE</p><p> Follow us on Facebook facebook.com/FashionPlcMall and Instagram @fashionplacemall</p><p>Hol iday Shopping At I ts F inest</p><p>GGFP9013-04 Fashion Place 8.5x11.indd 1 9/23/13 11:00 AM</p></li><li><p>92</p><p>photographed byjen palmer}{</p></li><li><p>93</p><p>l</p></li><li><p>94</p></li><li><p>95</p></li><li><p>96</p><p>}{</p></li><li><p>97</p></li><li><p>98</p></li><li><p>99</p></li><li><p>100</p></li><li><p>101</p><p>CHALKGARDEN</p></li><li><p>102</p></li><li><p>103</p></li><li><p>104</p></li><li><p>105</p><p>"fashion is less about what </p><p>label or designer you're </p><p>actually wearing, and </p><p>more about how it makes you feel."</p></li><li><p>106</p></li><li><p>107</p></li><li><p>108</p></li><li><p>109</p></li><li><p>110</p></li><li><p>111</p></li><li><p>112</p></li><li><p>113</p></li><li><p>114</p></li><li><p>115</p></li><li><p>116</p><p>The old saw clothes maketh the </p><p>man is as much of a truism as ever. </p><p>Today, as always, a well-made suit </p><p>is not just a crucial business acces-</p><p>sory; it also sends a subtle message </p><p>that distinguishes the wearer as a </p><p>person of discretion, taste and, in </p><p>many cases, as someone with power </p><p>that intimidates and entices both </p><p>men and women. These days men </p><p>are more selective about when and </p><p>where to dress up or dress down </p><p>and suits seem to fit every occa-</p><p>sion. Corporate meeting? An Italian </p><p>suit. Nightclub? A slim cut blazer. </p><p>A day on the coast? White l inen of </p><p>course. How does one spot a quality </p><p>suit? For starters, hand-sewn button </p><p>holes, sleeves and waistbands are </p><p>the mark of a superior-quality suit. </p><p>From there you can start looking at </p><p>ways to stand out a bit, whether its </p><p>the color, the pattern or an unusual </p><p>combination of the two. There are </p><p>even subtle details that can convey </p><p>a sense of creativity or originality, </p><p>such as a jacket with an inside pat-</p><p>tern trim.</p><p> There are only a few places to ac-</p><p>quire a suit of such quality in Utah, </p><p>one of these is Perfectly Suited in </p><p>Provo Utah. Garth is synonymous </p><p>with quality of design and personal </p><p>approach. Perfectly Suited carries </p><p>both Italian and British fabrics to </p><p>create a custom designed suit with </p><p>thread counts ranging from 90-150. </p><p>If an event arises that needs imme-</p><p>diate style, then Garth can outfit </p><p>from the ready to wear collection at </p><p>the showroom with brands such as </p><p>Giovanni Testi, Mattarzi Vomo, and </p><p>Giorgio Fiorelli. Custom specialist </p><p>will come to your home, office or you </p><p>can go to the store location in down-</p><p>town Provo. "It doesn't get any bet-</p><p>ter. I have purchased suits all over </p><p>and no body gives you the time and </p><p>attention that Garth does. Hands </p><p>down the best out there. If you are </p><p>looking for a new suit, go see Garth </p><p>and don't bother going anywhere </p><p>else."55 N. University Ave. Provo, </p><p>Utah 84604(801) 372-3181Garth@</p><p>customsuits4u.com</p></li><li><p>117</p></li><li><p>118</p></li><li><p>119</p></li><li><p>120</p></li><li><p>121</p></li><li><p>122</p></li><li><p>123</p></li><li><p>124</p></li><li><p>125</p></li><li><p>126</p></li><li><p>127</p></li><li><p>128</p></li><li><p>129</p><p>Our goal is to be the best restaurant company in America. We are a quality driven company, not a quantity one. Our number one focus is the </p><p>Guest Experience. Consistently high quality food, superior service, good value and a unique atmosphere all contribute to our Guests' satisfaction. </p><p>We differentiate ourselves by offering classically prepared food items from original regional recipes using the highest quality, freshest ingredients. </p><p>At Brio, significant time and resources are spent developing our team members so that we deliver superior guest service each and every meal, </p><p>each and every day.</p><p>Ever since the beginning Briohas believed that delivering the highest quality food and service to every Guest at every meal is one of the best ways </p><p>we serve the community. As well,Brio believes supporting worthy causes dedicated to the goals and values we all share is equally important.</p><p>www.brioitalian.com</p></li><li><p>130</p></li><li><p>WWW. A R T M E E T S FA S H I O N . N E T</p></li></ul>