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Brooks LTD to Showcase New Line at Breast Cancer Gala

March 12th, Denver, CO Brooks LTD will showcase their new line at the Evening of Caring Gala benefitting Sue Miller – Day of Caring, a breast cancer organization.

A breast cancer survivor since 1990, Brooks has become more empathetic and understanding of women’s needs. Since her diagnosis, she has been featured multiple times in the Day of Caring events.

Brooks Ltd was founded in 1976, brooks fashions have been a staple in the Colorado community as well as selling designs to Saks Fifth Avenue and others. Since 2002, Brooks has served clients privately in her atelier in LoDo.

Designs featured in the Evening of Caring showcase the latest trends in fashion while highlighting the shape and character of each survivor model. “It is important for me to continue working with breast cancer survivors because I want them to feel beautiful and special,” Brooks said. “Giving these women the opportunity to have a custom made piece can be life changing. The confidence that you see in their faces on the runway is indescribable. It makes it worth it.”

An Evening of Caring will feature a thirty-one person Survivor Fashion Show featuring past Day of Caring models and recent breast cancer survivors. Models include well-known Denver survivors including, Ellen Beller, Jan Gillam, Murphy Huston, Rachel Rabinovich, Tiffany Reed, Dr. Joyce Sedlacek, Paula Ullman, and Lou Ann Van Daele to name a few. Half of the models will be wearing custom looks made by brooks Ltd, a longtime Denver designer, and breast cancer survivor.

The Survivor Fashion Show will feature original music from up and coming artist Kayla Marque. Songs will include Marque’s “Wait to Rust” and others from her new album “Live and Die like this.”

Sue Miller – Day of Caring is Colorado’s first breast cancer organization to form in Colorado. Formed 31 years ago by Sue Miller, the organization has provided education and awareness to over 15,500 individuals through their annual breast cancer conference.

An Evening of Caring is sold out, however tickets are still available to the general public as well as press passes to their Dress Rehearsal on March 11th at 7p.m. at the Embassy Suites Denver Colorado Convention Center. Tickets are available at the door, as well as online at

To learn more about Brooks Ltd., go to her website at

Native Fashion In The City


Native Max Magazine and Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce join forces to create a one day fashion showcase.

DENVER, CO. – Native Max Magazine, a Native American fashion and lifestyle magazine, and Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce have joined forces for a second year in the name of fashion to offer 2nd Annual Native Fashion in the City, scheduled for Friday, March 20 at the Doubletree Hotel, 3203 Quebec St. Denver, CO.

Conceived last year at the Indian Biz Expo annually hosted by the RMICC, the RMICC partnered with Native Max Magazine’s editor-in-chief Kelly Holmes and created Native Fashion in the City as a means of exposing Native designers and their fashion lines to the Denver community. After a successful first year, the RMICC and Native Max Magazine will come together again to host the 2nd annual Native Fashion in the City.

“I’m excited to work with the RMICC again this year. Last year’s Native Fashion in the City event was popular and made a huge splash in the Denver community. We hope to make a bigger impact this year,” said Holmes. “The event definitely brings excitement and curiosity to Native designs. It introduces Native designers to the fashion community of Denver. Collectively we all decided to host another event this year.”

Native Fashion in the City will be held during the RMICC’s annual Indian Biz expo, and will include a fashion show with Native American designers, models, stylists and photographers, along with a meet & greet opportunity for both designers and members of the Denver fashion community who are covering the event.

“We are really thrilled that Native Fashion in the City has sort of evolved into an annual event. This year we’re inviting more members of the Denver fashion community to attend our event and learn about our cultures.”

For more information about the event, go to

About Native Max Magazine: Native Max Magazine is a fashion and lifestyle magazine focused on Native Americans and First Nations members. Native Max Magazine was developed in 2011 by Holmes and was the world’s first Native American publication to focus on Native designers and models. Today, with a fan base of 50,000 from more than 10 countries, the Native-owned and operated publication continues to feature and showcase Native Americans and First Nations members from all over the US and Canada.

Contact Kelly Holmes regarding the event at:



Denver Street Boutique Parks at Fashion Denver!

We are  so excited to have The Denver Street Boutique at the Fashion Denver headquarters on a much warmer day when it’s not 0 degrees out!! Stay tuned for dates!

Lindsey TreesRead our interview with Lindsey Trees, brains behind this stylish mobile fashion boutique!

What inspired you to create Denver Street Boutique and how long have you been around?

I love fashion and have ALWAYS wanted my own store. I stumbled upon the concept of a Fashion Truck which made my dream so much more realistic! Bought the truck in May and were live in August – about 90 days in biz at this point.

How would you describe the fashions that you carry?

Stylish, trendy women’s clothing at a moderate price. I am all about trends, but do capture classic styles as well.

Lindsey’s favorite item

What item of clothing / accessory can you not live without. Please take a picture of it too!

My latest obsession is my sequin-sleeved army jacket. I sought it out at LA market and is now a chilly weather staple 🙂

What are you doing when you’re not on the truck?

Usually hanging with my kiddos and hubby, but you can likely find me doing yoga, running or drinking wine with friends 🙂 I also LOVE travel, just doesn’t happen enough these days.

What 3 things would you want if stranded on an island?

A cushy lounge chair, vino and a good book.

What are your thoughts on the Denver fashion scene?

It is on the up and up! I feel like Denver is definitely starting to show its true fashionista and I am excited to be joining the community in this exciting time!

What’s in store for the next 6 months?

E commerce – #1 goal is getting The Street Boutique store online…a solid weekly schedule will be in the works too so we are easier to track down.

What is the best way to find you and your fabulous truck on the streets?

Facebook and Instagram. We will have a calendar online in 2015 as well, part of our goal to be more predictable 🙂

Denver Swap Shop August 21st!

Denver Swap Shop
$25 Shop & Show Admission
Shop from the Swap | $5 Swap Dollars | Tote Bag | Swapped Fashion Show | Up-Style Station | Hair & Makeup Tent | Live Music | & More!

This is going to be such a fun fashion swap shop!! Check out www.DenverSwapShop for all the juicy details!

Swap what you got to get what you want at Denver’s first community fashion event. Trade in your ill fitting, never worn, and gently used items for Swap Dolla’s at one of our Swap Drops throughout the summer. Then, use your Swap Dolla’s for super chic finds from our giant community closet at the August 21st, Denver Swap Shop. Visit a Style Booth, up-cycle a skirt, and pick up outfit ideas from our Swapped Fashion Show. 

What to Swap:
We want your gently worn/unworn: men’s, women’s, petite’s to plus, and everything in between. shirts, skirts, weird thing you bought for that costume party, pants, earrings, shorts, jackets, dresses you have too many selfies in, watches, sunglasses, and items that are 2 sizes too big/small. We also want your shoes, hats, costumes, and fabric!

Right now, we’re not interested in: kids clothes, activewear, swimsuits or undergarments.

Using your Swap Dollars, you’ll be able to turn those 4 pairs of jeans you weren’t wearing, into a shirt, jacket, and pair of earrings. Or trade in your entire wardrobe that no longer fits, for pieces that flatter your figure from a super fashionable community.




DZNew, Interactive Fashion, Culture and Entertainment Website to
Launch at Four Seasons Hotel Denver Benefitting Dumb Friends League

Dandizette Magazine, Denver’s only online, interactive lifestyle community providing carefully curated fashion, entertainment and cultural insight, is pleased to announce the official launch of the interactive website to the general public on August 21, 2014 from the Four Seasons Hotel Denver.

 Co-Founded by Tracy E. Bozarth, Jennifer K. McGlincy and Stephanie E. Richards, Dandizette, which launched BETA testing in February 2014 from Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in NYC, will unveil a one-of-a-kind multi-media platform that includes user-generated content in the form of a lookbook and the ability for users to earn points through interactions that are redeemable for services, goods and experiences in Denver.

Managing Editor Stephanie E. Richards explains, “During BETA testing, users had to register just to access our content, and we are so excited that will no longer be the case. Everyone can access our highly curated, cutting-edge and intelligent content without registering. Users have to choose to register if they want to garner points.”

“By commenting on articles, sharing content to social media networks, uploading photos to the lookbook and liking posts, users accumulate points that are redeemable for amazing deals at salons, boutiques, florists, restaurants, and cultural experiences in Denver. The list is growing everyday,” adds Editor-in-Chief Jennifer K. McGlincy.

Dandizette will celebrate the official launch by bringing all aspects of the online publication to life as part of the Four Seasons Hotel Denver summer poolside cocktail series for a cause.

Four Seasons Hotel Denver | August 21 from 6:00-9:00PM

FASHION | Pop-up shops by A Line Boutique, Borlino, Esarsi and LipBar.
CULTURE | Performances by Hannah Kahn Dance & Art Gallery by Mirada Fine Art Gallery.

ENTERTAINMENT | Music by Spinphony & Film Presentations by Denver Film Society.

*VIP PreSale $35 (1 cocktail courtesy of Breckenridge Distillery + hors d’oeuvres  + event swag bag) Limited quantity available

“We have planned an incredible evening that we think speaks to the content quality and high-fashion aesthetic that Dandizette represents. The atmosphere will be an all-encompassing feast for the senses,” states Fashion Director Tracy E. Bozarth.

For more information, please contact: Jennifer McGlincy
303.396.9051 /

Required Attire presents DESTROY and REBUILD

Required Attire presents DESTROY and REBUILD, an assortment of clothing, installation art, and visual interpretations.

On Thursday, August 21st 2014, Required Attire will be hosting an event to mark the release of their Destroy and Rebuild collection. This will not only include hats, shorts, t-shirts, and hoodies for purchase but will also feature art exhibits to go along with each piece.

Destroy + Rebuild

Come down to Space Gallery on Santa Fe to witness the premiere event and enjoy some complimentary drinks and refreshments. The doors open at 7 pm with the big unveil commencing at 8. Be sure not to miss this one time event that is a unique blend of the fashion and art worlds.

Required Attire was founded in 2008 by three young men who used fashion as an avenue of personal expression. This three-headed conglomerate includes: Reillor Davis, a 26-year-old FIDM graduate, Gabe Gonzalez, a 23-year-old graphic design major, and Emmanuelle Davis, a 23-year-old musician. With each of them operating in their own respective fields it brings an interesting dynamic to their brand. “We want to use Required Attire as the main platform to express each of our own artistic sensibilities whether it’s clothes, music, or even a painting,” says Reillor Davis.

For more information please contact via phone or email listed above and visit their website


Fashion In Focus at RMCAD

Fashion in Focus

To celebrate the launch of its two newest undergraduate programs, the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Commercial Photography and the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fashion Design, Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD) will host an event on campus, Saturday, August 23 2014, from noon to 10 p.m. The event, titled Fashion in Focus, will include photography and styling workshops, a social mixer and a fashion show.Workshops The event will feature two workshop sessions. The first session will run from noon to 2 p.m. Guests can participate in the commercial photography workshop and explore Fashion Editorial: Working with Models in Natural Light and Fashion, or select a fashion design workshop with celebrity fashion stylist and image consultant, Dean Hall. During the afternoon workshop all attendees will convene for Fashion in the Studio: Lighting and Conceptual Interpretations. This high-energy workshop will cover makeup and styling and include a fashion photo shoot. The price of the workshop includes a press pass for commercial photography workshop participants or a general admission ticket to the fashion show for fashion design workshop attendees. Fashion Show The fashion show will begin at 8 p.m. and will feature designs from Jeannie Galioto, Caroline Smith, Salwa Owens and Tanya Notkof. Accessories will be provided by Carly’s Boutique in Olde Town Arvada. Hair by Fallene Wells. Makeup by OP. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. All proceeds benefit RMCAD’s scholarship fund, an endowment providing educational funds to students with financial need or exceptional ability. A VIP mixer will take place from 6-8 p.m., preceding the event’s fashion show. Attendees with VIP tickets can enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres, and will be seated in priority seating before the start of the show.

Grand Opening party for Revolver: A Salon! Where Mad Men meets The Beatles.

Grand Opening forRevolver: A Salon! 

Where Mad Men meets The Beatles.
Saturday, August 23rd 7pm-11pm
1489 Steele St, Denver, Colorado 80206

Revolver is the first solo business venture for owner and stylist Kitty Vincent.  Kitty is a native to Denver, and has been active in both its fashion and music communities for close to a decade and a half.  She started out 14 years ago working in record stores like the historic Wax Trax, and playing in bands, the most notable of which was Le Divorce from 2008-2012.  She became a hair stylist in 2002 and spent the first 7 years of her career working for The Parlour, an extremely successful Denver salon chain.  After a brief partnership at 3 Little Birds Salon in 2012-13, Kitty left to open her own business.

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As a lifetime lover of The Beatles and everything mod, it seemed only natural to create a space that would incorporate these things.  The early-mid 60’s had truly great style, in both fashion and design, as well as great music. To Kitty, it seemed like the perfect atmosphere for a truly great salon.  Clients can get a haircut while relaxing with a manhattan, or thumb through their vinyl collection and play a record while they wait in the lobby. The staff at Revolver seek to create a hip, unique, and comfortable space where clients can relax and leave looking amazing. Whether they see themselves as Don Draper or Keith Richards, Marilyn Monroe or Patti Smith, guests will find a home with Revolver.

They are located in Congress/City Park, right in the bustling heart of east Colfax’s densely populated Bluebird Theater district, They are surrounded by The Tattered Cover, Twist & Shout, Stella Trattoria, Goosetown, Mezcal, Atomic Cowboy, Hooked on Colfax Cafe, Endorphin Gym & Yoga, and many other great businesses.

The owner and staff can’t wait to celebrate their new space with you on August 23rd.  Party will be held at the salon 1489 Steele St, on the SW corner of Colfax and Steele.

Alien Life Fashion Show

On May 24th, Knew Conscious and Cervantes Masterpiece will present the 2nd annual fashion show and concert, “Alien Life: A Second Coming.”

The show will feature several local designers, who were inspired by Denver digital artist Kurt Redeker. Below are a few pieces of his art that inspired the designers. 1912482_631345500269232_993550026_n 1925353_630938963643219_1221815679_n

The designers include  Talia Sandoval of Meant Clothing, Bailey Lemak, Drea Pazols aka Lux Muse, and Caroline Smith of Janie G. Couture.

Talia Sandoval founded MEANt clothing in 2009, where she designs handmade clothing in Denver, CO. She is inspired by the moving form and is excited to be featured at Alien Life for the second year in a row! Here designs can be found here:

Bailey Lemak moved to Denver after living in Dallas where she worked as a personal stylist. She works on her on clothing line, Poppy Downs, and has an ecclectic, avant-garde style. This is Bailey’s first year showing at Alien Life.

Lux Muse, is from Los Angeles and is now based in Denver. She is  inspired by traveling and textures.  She designs for a girl who seeks adventure and loves herself. Check out her works here:

Caroline Smith started Janie G. Couture in 2009 with a passion for costume design. Inspired by her grandmother, Janie’s dresses and playing dress up as a child, Caroline creates one of a kind, chic and timeless dresses. See Caroline’s work here:

With these 4 talented designers, this fashion show is gonna be amazing! Make sure to buy your tickets here:

“Alien Life: The Second Coming”

Knew Conscious Gallery Presents a Fashion Show and Concert:
“Alien Life: The Second Coming”- May 24th 2014

May 24th  2014, Knew Conscious presents “Alien Life: The Second Coming”, a fashion show featuring local and national fashion designers. This is the second annual fashion show featuring designs inspired by the art of Denver digital artist Kurt Redeker’s artwork featuring alien beings.



For more information regarding “Alien Life: The Second Coming”, visit Alien Life Fashion Show on Facebook at, or contact Whitney Testa at or 303-913-2238, or Lauren Kettle at or 970-412-4011.

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Kurt Redeker is a digital artist based in Denver, Colorado. Redeker is a student of geometric patternmaking, taking cues from Islamic, Mayan and Aztec art and imagery. His art is heavily influenced by sacred geometry, the ancient study of the fundamental patterns of life, the oldest math known to man. By studying the structure of these images and their geometric relationship to one another, his art seeks to gain insight into the aesthetic and scientific laws of the universe. By manipulating pattern and color to create movement within a static medium, Redeker endeavors to communicate a portal to life; he believes that his art taps into the healing power of universal vibration and engages a visionary consciousness in the viewer.

Knew Conscious Gallery produces exhibitions of interdisciplinary contemporary art, Located in the heart of Denver’s fast growing RiNo Art District, the gallery represents a concentration of regional, national and international artists committed to introducing compelling work. Working within their own stylistic visual vernacular, the work represented purposefully addresses a broad range of perceptual and contextual concerns. Beyond an initial visceral experience, Knew Conscious Gallery features work of artists or authenticity and culturally relevant vision.