Local design junkies know a Studio AMF piece by its painstakingly finished woodwork embedded with specks of sterling silver. That type of branding is difficult to achieve without using a giant logo, and Allison Ford is one of few, if not the only, local designers to pull it off.
All 108 eye shadows, every shade of lip gloss and even the makeup brushes lining the walls of her Broad Ripple Studio were designed by Kiralee Hubbard.
While guest-speaking at a fashion history class at the Art Institute of Indianapolis, I became curious what the roomful of students planned to do with their education.<
I’ve heard that there were people out there who quit their day jobs to take pictures of their outfits for a living,
but I couldn’t begin to imagine a business plan that could make that lifestyle happen.
Indianapolis' Virginia Avenue is quietly becoming a sort of vintage clothing district. Owner Tammy
Dyson is planning to open the newest
"old" store, Harloh's, on Aug, 1.
With this year’s Indianapolis 500 behind us, she’s turning to quantifying the city’s fashion industry
I wish I hadn’t missed the days when Nordstrom’s Manhattan outpost would’ve been a gleaming tower of polished consumerism,
complete with elevator operators and too many shoe salesmen.
Midwest Fashion Week Berny Martin says the 2010
event, which runs through March 20 at the Scottish Rite Cathedral, is less about the party and more about the business. Online
extra: Runway preview photo gallery.
Nikki Sutton knows she’s a talented interior designer. Now, she’s making herself a brand.
The pricey Espresso prints and binds books while customers wait. But retailers aren’t sure what to expect when the the machine
gains wider acceptance.
Startup online marketing firm PickyList is bringing the Twitter/Craigslist concept local, and helping small businesses use
social networking and
Anita Hopper’s got a brand new bag … made from an old leather coat.
In hard times like these, why would corporations spend on sculptures? Because sculptures create one-of-a-kind landmarks, and
the art has potential to grow in value.
A quarter century after graduating from Warren Central High School, Scott Schuman is a top fashion blogger.
Along with the debut of this new column, focusing on style in Indy and beyond, comes a Broad Ripple shopping
shuffle, where the reorganization of two mainstays has given way to new life along the canal.