fromjane. Fashion Line Creates Community Of Sewers

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By Terrah Baker Leah Garrett, her mother Lou Sharp and Michael Downs have a dream to help communities through sewing. Their journey began when they started selling specialty items like reversible aprons and coffee sleeves from reclaimed and environmentally-friendly materials under the brand Olive Loom at the Fayetteville Farmer’s Market. “It was at the farmer’s…

Goodwill Hunting: Spring Showers

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Goodwill Hunting

By Emily Smith April’s showers have brought the sweet sunshine, pinking cheeks all over town, and once again spring is in full bloom. Shorter hemlines, fewer layers and many more flashes of skin make this season a dressing treat for Fayetteville’s most fashionable. Contrary to popular belief, looking Earth-movingly amazing, does not have to break…

Fashion Week Draws Controversy As Grows, Changes

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Fashion Update

By Terrah Baker What began as a fleeting conversation between boutique owner Jade Terminella and former Celebrate magazine advertise sales person Danielle Davis Vaughan, has become the NWA fashion event of the year in what seems like overnight. After just one year of fashion frenzy and collaboration, their donation goals tripled — from $35,000 to…

BonnerBell Brings New View On Shop Local

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“He wants people to realize the importance of buying locally because he believes knowing what you wear, and where it came from is just as important as being conscious of eating organically.” By Claire Ala A vast collection of Vogue magazines and fashion books line several shelves in Wayne Bonner-Bell’s Fayetteville office. Bonner-Bell, a local…