Reviews and Blog Posts: Fashion

Five Best Movies About Fashion

Tim Gunn's Golden Rules

Fashion expert Tim Gunn shares his five most favorite fashion films in his latest book Gunn's Golden Rules.

Trained artist, designer, and gentleman Tim Gunn is one of the reasons Project Runway is so popular. Take a mini-course on fashion and check out his five most recommended films on fashion:

Blow-Up - Starring David Hemmings and Vanessa Redgrave.

Funny Face - Starring Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire.

Improve Your Body, Mind, and Closet!

Whether you want to feed your body and spirit by starting a yoga practice, improve the look of your closet, or need some tax tips, Fresh City Life My Branch has something for you this week.

Start off by getting up to speed on the Denver Public Library's new catalog, Polaris on Wednesday, March 16 at 6:00 at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch. Find out about keeping track of your reading history, placing holds, and other fabulous features!

Le Soutein: The Mystery of a Good Bra Fitting

Always wonder how to pick out a bra that actually fits you correctly? Join the experts from local boutique Le Soutein and untangle the truth on Saturday, October 23, at 10 a.m. at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library.

Interested in learning more about what's going on under there?

Death by Kittens: Fashion designer Fallene Wells meets Marcel Proust

Designs by Fallene Wells

Fresh City Life asked Denver's elite fashion designer to answer the Proust questionnaire -- to see if we could get a peek at their Freudian slips.

In the weeks leading up to our fashion spectacle Frock Out, each of our twelve designers will be featured here with their responses to the infamous Proust Questionnaire. Marcel Proust (1871-1922), French novelist, critic and essayist, believed that people must know and understand themselves before they can know or understand others.

Confess for Success: Fashion Designer Tricia Hoke Meets Proust

An avant garde design by Tricia Hoke

Fresh City Life asked Denver's elite fashion designers to answer the Proust Questionnaire -- to see if we could get them to reveal their Freudian slips.

In the weeks leading up to our fashion spectacle Frock Out, each of our twelve designers will be featured here with their responses to the infamous Proust Questionnaire. Marcel Proust (1871-1922), French novelist, critic and essayist, believed that people must know and understand themselves before they can know or understand others.

Haute fashion: Circus Sideshow

Frock Out: Sideshow logo designed by Josh Wills

Adorned with cape, with tricorn, saintly soul singing in librarian tones an enameled song that coolly celebrates her chewing-gum enthusiasms. - Truman Capote 

Hurry! Hurry! Step right up!

Yesterday a friend sent me a blog post about the trends in fashion and home decor titled Circus Maximus. Our end-of-the-year spectacle, Frock Out: Sideshow, will be en pointe with current design influences.  This Project Runway-style competition will feature some of Denver's best independent fashion designers and a little bit of P.T. Barnum thrown into the mix.

Who's That Girl?

Penelope Tree photographed by Richard Avedon

How did Penelope Tree become the enigmatic face of 1960s fashion and modeling? The right dress. The right place. At the right time.

Every once in a while, that romantic story of Lana Turner being discovered sitting at the counter in Schwab's Pharmacy repeats itself. American author Truman Capote threw a party in November 1966 for 500 of his closest friends; the party came to be known as the Black and White Ball and it is one of the most significant moments in American social history.

Just Duct It!

Just Duct It!

Duct tape was originally invented by Johnson & Johnson to provide a waterproof seal for munitions boxes during World War II. Whether you want to make prom dresses, wallets, handbags, ties, or use it for its more traditional purposes, duct tape is one of the most beloved and versatile products ever invented.

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