Gabrielle Poshadlo

Gabrielle Poshadlo

IBJ Style columnist

List researcher

The word “couture” had never graced the pages of the IBJ until Gabrielle came aboard in September 2007, after completing her bachelor’s degrees in journalism and Spanish at Butler University.  Hailing from Detroit, Poshadlo is a new Hoosier and believes Indianapolis is aching for more fashion reporting. (see “Hoosier Haute Couture”) She was overwhelmed with the wealth of local story material available when she began her blog, Haute in the Heartland (hauteintheheartland.blogspot.com) and so she launched her monthly column, “IBJ Style.” She also is a member of Fashion Group International. For fun she enjoys playing her violin (especially Rachmaninoff), shopping, cycling (road and mountain), shopping, drinking red wine and … shopping. Poshadlo lives downtown, where she continues stretching the limits of her very tiny closet.

Phone:
317-472-5372

Follow Gabrielle on Twitter: www.twitter.com/Haute_heartland
 

ARTICLES

STYLE: Taking care of that two-piece treasure

Steve Arnold, owner of Classic Cleaners, explains proper suit maintenance.
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Downtown hotels beef up tech offerings to remain competitive

The new JW Marriott is one of the factors motivating other hotels to do multi-million-dollar updates.
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STYLE: A behind-the-seams guide to Indianapolis tailors

Any sharp-dressed man will tell you a good tailor is worth his or her weight in gold—and often just as tough to find. What follows is a treasure map to guide you to some of the city’s best tailors.
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Ultrasound broker finds stronger market overseas

Used parts are in demand as health care reform changes industry dynamic.
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People have spoken on ideas for Monument Circle

A former Indianapolis resident who now lives in Philadelphia won the Monument Circle Idea Competition People’s Choice award, Indianapolis Downtown Inc. announced Tuesday.
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STYLE: Local entrepreneur teaches upholstery staples

Shelly Leer had planned to start ModHomeEc on a small scale, but has found it tough to keep it there. She’s had to double class sizes from three students to six since January and has started offering three-day, out-of-town workshops in Chicago.
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Circle Idea Competition finalists selected

Posters highlighting the top 12 proposals will be on display in Monument Circle storefronts until June 26 so members of the public can vote for their favorite. The ideas could be used by planners plotting the future of the downtown space.
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DINING: Inspired sushi with a side of glow sticks

Fourth in our month-long series of reviews of newer ethnic eateries. This week, a trip to Sensu.
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Slow economy grinds on long-time sausage maker Claus

Claus Muth has a proud heritage of making specialty meats, but now he faces circumstances that stand to threaten his south-side business: family-owned Claus' German Sausages and Meats.
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STYLE: New boutique sews up fine-fabrics market

The French Seam is not a craft store or a quilting store. It's where one shops for the trappings of an evening gown or a killer suit.
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