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There are no longer any lines between

fashion & technology, except for the ones that connect

the two. It goes beyond online shopping or even mobile shopping to

the ability to shop through social media where so many budding

fashionistas find inspiration in this current tech age. rewardStyle

started in 2011 by Amber Venz & Baxter Box, & has played a pivotal

role in the access31-32 by the stylish public to their

favorite blogger & fahsion leader’s closets. With an application such as

Like to Know, an Instagram, Facebook or blog follower can simply like

a photo or click an image to have the buying info sent directly to their

inbox. This kind of cross promoting is working on so many levels of

fashion. From Vogue to well-established and even college bloggers,

the fashion world has changes & retailers and social media mavens

are reaping the benefits.

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Amber Venz and Bazter Box have taken the question: “how can we

monetize what the fashion world is already doing and make it beneficial for

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parisian chic:

how to wear it

& where to get it

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Swirl , swirl (left)

Facetted blue topaz set in sterling silver

and 24k gold overlay with hand etched

detail // $249

Emerald cut Amethyst on verneil // $199

Large oval Persian Turqoise in 24k gold

over bronze ring // $229

Emerald cut London Blue Topaz

in verneil // $199

Available at http://www.harperhallam.com

Fashion Editor | Jeanette Chivvis

Photographer | Randy Anderson

Jewelry | Harper Hallam


Sugar, sugar (below)

Hammered cuff with oval Persian

turqoise, polish 24k gold over bronze

// $249

Hammered cuff with oval facetted

labradorite, polish 24k gold over bronze

// $249

Classic “c” cuff with oval labradorite

// $249

Studded gold and gunmetal cuff // $249

Available at http://www.harperhallam.com

SWEET TOOTH

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Makeup & hair / Kiley Wirtz Jennings

Model / Makayla Harmon

Photographer / Steven Wallace


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trend

WATCH

translucent

01.


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Translucent color & fabrics are evolving as the

most sought after look for Spring. The “new”

see thru look translated to elevate the style for

2015.

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FASHION EDITOR| Jeanette Chivvis

PHOTOGRAPHY | Fashion gps

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trend

WATCH

super super size size me me

02.


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Supersize me for Spring 2015! Oversized jackets pants, and

dresses will be on your “must have” list for spring. Look chic

and comfortable at the same time. Throw away the spanx

and celebrate your size with this trend.

FASHION EDITOR | Jeanette Chivvis

PHOTOGRAPHY | Fashion gps


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trend

WATCH

white white out out

03.


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White is the new black for spring. Clean crisp

lines, oversized slouchy pants & cutout dresses

are all white washed for Spring 2015.

FASHION EDITOR: Jeanette Chivvis

PHOTOGRAPHY: Fashion gps | Anthony Chiang


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trend

WATCH

04.

sporty

spice


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Stripes, kicks,

athletic mania

has now taken

over for Spring.

Pair kicks with

dresses, skirts,

& throw on a

hoodie with a

dress. This trend

is a win win for

everyone!

FASHION EDITOR: Jeanette Chivvis

PHOTOGRAPHY: Fashion gps | Anthony Chiang


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TREND

FLOUNCE

WATCH

BCBG

FASHION EDITOR| Jeanette Chivvis

PHOTOGRAPHY | Fashion gps

BCBG

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BOUNCE & FLOW

Zimmerman

BCBG

BCBG

Get ready to break out anything

that glows, flows, flounces and

bounces! Spring 2015 is made up of

feminine soft layered looks.

Zimmerman

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PARISIAN CHIC:

WHERE TO GET IT

& HOW TO WEAR IT.

Written by Meghan Forest

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hat is it about Parisian women What is that je ne sais quois we so

often hear of It is simply an indescribable quality - or, a myriad

qualities that a true parisienne seems to have that makes her that much

more chic, sophisticated, cool & frankly, a bad ass. In “How to be a Parisian

Wherever You Are” by Anne Berest, Audrey Diwan, Caroline de Maigret

& Sophie Mas, the four authors teach us the secrets behind the art of

being Parisian and how to obtain that ‘je ne sais quoi’. With a unique

layout, one part images, one part jokes & snarky sarcasm, one part recipes

for food & life: the book is full of anecdotes and scenarios to give the

non-parisian a better idea of what the ideals of these women mean. Paris

has become synonymous with so many things; class, beauty, sophistication,

style; and the images we see in movies and read about in books seem

almost dreamlike or unreal. However, the authors bring the Parisian back

down to reality & reveal her flaws and vices: she is never satisfied, a know

it all, and always late; as well, they reveal the wonderful qualities that

non-parisian women envy: her undeniable chic factor, that messy natural

look that she embodies, how she hosts the perfect dinner party, and what

she has in her closet. The parisian woman’s thoughts on marriage, love,

children, work & play may be vastly different from the stereotypical American’s,

however, all women, globally, have some quality of the Parisian and

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we should hold on to that quality and let it give us that je ne sais quoi.


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jeans

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men’s shoes

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the bag

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little black

blazer

very simple but

very expensive

tshirt

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oversized shirt

THE ESSENTIALS

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ballet flats

6.

silk scarf

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oversized

glasses

oversized

sweater

10.

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thick scarf

8.

long trench

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white shirt

PHOTOGRAPHY | Randy Anderson

FASHION EDITOR | Jeanette Chivvis

STYLING ASSISTANCE | KJ Moody

Shot on location @ Anderson Studios


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translucent

beauty

PHOTOGRAPHY | randy anderson

HAIR + MAKEUP | paige anderson

MODEL | remy, with wallflower mgmt.


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House

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helfman


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Art Direction & Photography - Maxine Helfman

Styling - Jeanette Chivvis - Renee Rhyner and Co.

Hair & Makeup - Leslie Belcher - The Campbell Agency

Models - Ashton & Channing - Wallflower Agency |

Isabelvla & Alex - Kim Dawson Agency


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“IT” GIRL OF STREET

Dallas’ coolest art gallery, WaAS, just recently

wrapped up their Collect Respect exhibit, which

featured numerous artists of various mediums in the

street style realm together under one roof.

CAVEAT had the opportunity to chat with one of

the featured artists of Collect Respect, Dallas

sculptor Kate Firth, about her style both in her art

form & personally; as well as who and what are

inspiring her, and what’s going on in the world of

Kate.

Firstly, in 30 words or less, in the most creative

way you can, will you tell us what it is

you do & what your art form & medium is, &

anything else you can fit

in there

I am a sculptor that specializes

in steel. My style is inspired by

the contemporary, but I work in

a traditional handmade

manner.

How would you describe

your younger years &

how they affected your

career trajectory

I grew up doing a lot of

extreme sports. I was always

hitting up construction sites in

the neighborhood to get building

materials for ramps. After

learning how to build ramps &

grind rails, I began making my

own longboards skateboards.

I’d experiment with boar

shapes, materials & paint jobs.

My dad would drive me to

Home Depot & teach me how

to use power tools; he was

always supportive of what I was

creating, which really allowed

me to be creative. Both of my

parents influenced me heavily

in hindsight. My dad is an electrical engineer & my mom is an interior designer. It’s

kind of funny looking back to how I grew up and my parents’ influence - when you

blend an engineer and a designer, that’s the job description of a steel sculptor.

What has been the most difficult process

you’ve gone through to create a new piece

Each piece has their own difficulties.

I am always trying new forms,

hanging hardware, finish, and

fabricating processes. The sculpture

I am currently working on is

much larger compared to works I

have made in the past. This project

is a large outdoor, wall hung

sculpture that will be installed in

downtown Dallas at the corner of

Main Street & Lamar. I am very

excited about this commission; I

have recently developed an interest

in large outdoor work, trying

something new & challenging for

myself by placing my work in a

public space instead of gallery

walls.

What is currently inspiring

you as an artist and as a

human being*

Sculptors, Nic Noblique and Mark

di Suvero - both hand make their

work, emphasizing the power of

imagination and process with

human hands. Architect, Frank

Gehry - his buildings are huge steel

sculptures. Modern & contemporary

architecture.. looking at the

balance of positive & negative

space, along with line. Androgyny -

particularly in objects & materials,

stripping preconceived notions of

gender.

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What was the first project you were extremely

proud of and fed your inner artist most, convincing

you to continue

The first steel sculpture I ever made at age 18.

Since I was a kid, I thought there was something

so amazing about making objects by hand at

any size your imagination and abilities would

allow. one I finished my first steel sculpture, I

knew that’s what I was meant to do.

What do you want people to know most about

your art form, & you

Fresh perspective.

Because we think fashion & art are totally

connected & work in unison, will you describe

your favorite outfit you own and give

us 5 words that describe your personal

style

Although I am often in studio clothes, when I go out,

this is my favorite outfit: black boots, polka dot dress,

black skinny jeans, speckled dark purple & black deep

v-shirt, with my 80s black & grey single button blazer

with shoulder pads. 4 words that describe my style:

Well, I don't really know how to answer that myself.

I guess if I had to call it anything maybe, industrial

chic

•industrial

•androgynous

•polished

•casual

YOU CAN SEE MORE OF KATE’S WORK AT

http://www.katefirth.com

AND IN HER UPCOMING INSTALLATION

IN DOWNTOWN DALLAS.


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MODEL OFF D

JACK OF DRAGONFLY AGENCY

Jack is a newer face to the Dragonfly Agency family we had

the chance to catch up with him and find out more about what

he does on his non-modeling days; it involves a puck, his thoughts

on love, food & the future.

W H A T T H E D R A G O N F L Y H A S T O S A Y

“Jack was referred to us

by fellow agent and f-

riend of mine in San

Francisco. After our s-

After hockey is done,

Jack is tentatively

scheduled to travel to

Korea for this season.”

econd meeting I offered

Jack a contract and

after his 2nd shoot, he

had transformed into a

w h a t j a c k

h a s t o s a y

model. After sharing h-

is images with a few cl-

What is the #1 on

ients he has grabbed

Tales, in early September

your most played list

In NYC, the local deli.

the attention from some

top casting directors in

just before fashion week in

NYC. Jack is currently in

Always by blink 182.

In my town Dallas,

Jersey Mike Subs.

New York City. Jack was

NY playing with a premier

What is your favorite

What do you want to

also featured on Jon Ta-

hockey league in hopes to

place to eat in NYC

be when you “grow

n’s Casting Blog - Visual

get scouted by a university.

In Dallas

up”


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UTY:

“ . . y o u h a v e t o g e t t o

k n o w s o m e o n e b e f o r e

y o u c a n d e c i d e i f

y o u ’ r e a c t u a l l y i n

l o v e . ”

P H O T O G R A P H Y B Y S E R G I O G A R C I A

No. You have to get to know someone

before you can decide if you’re actually

in love.

How fabulous are these shots from

Sergio How do you describe your

first experience shooting with Sergio

I really liked my shoot with Sergio, he

was great to work with and used subtle

techniques that most photographers d-

on’t to give my look the extra edge.

Fill in the blank: When I am not

modelling I am most likely ___, &

I am wearing ___.

Either work in stock and investment, or

real estate.

If you had endless resources, what

would you do with your life

Travel the world to see all the lost and

forgotten wonders.

Do you believe in love at first

sight Why or why not

Playing hockey and wearing Nike.

Any favorite brands or stores

Vineyard Vines, Brooks Brothers,

Ralph Lauren”

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LIKEtoKNO

There are no longer any lines between

fashion & technology, except for the ones that

connect the two. It goes beyond online shopping or even

mobile shopping to the ability to shop through social

media where so many budding fashionistas find inspiration

in this current tech age. rewardStyle started in 2011

by Amber Venz & Baxter Box, & has played a pivotal role

in the access by the stylish public to their favorite blogger

& fashion leader’s closets. With an application such as

Like to Know, an Instagram, Facebook or blog follower

can simply like a photo or click an image to have the

buying info sent directly to their inbox. This kind of cross

promoting is working on so many levels of fashion. From

Vogue to well-established and even college bloggers, the

fashion world has changed & retailers and social media

mavens are reaping the benefits.

Amber Venz and Baxter Box have taken the question:

“how can we monetize what the fashion world is already

doing and make it beneficial for everyone involved”, and

answered with rewardStyle & Like to Know. By creating

an invite only program of publishers they have allowed

everyone to like, and then know.

WRITTEN BY MEGHAN FOREST


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“how can we monetize what the fashion world is

already doing & make it beneficial for everyone

involved”

Starting from the source, former personal

stylist Amber’s own blog VENZedits, is where

she first realized that she was giving her clients all of her

style secrets without reaping any benefit or the usual commission

that come with that sort of gig. So she decided to

find a way to get all of her advertisers in one place & get

smart about this blogging business. So add in Baxter, the

tech side of the business, and voila: rewardStyle is born.

Amber can often be quoted as giving advice along the

lines of, if you have an idea, follow it, pursue it, and

embark on the adventure. Amber has been a part of many

realms of the fashion industry locally in Dallas & globally

(rewardStyle now has offices in London) with D Magazine’s

top jewelry designer in Dallas as a credential as well

as experience in styling. With her resume, drive, and passion

for connecting and uniting fashion and technology,

now we all have the luxury of liking, knowing & then getting

our hands on some gorgeous garments.

You can become a member of

liking and knowing by visiting

http://liketoknow.it

LIKEtoKNOW:IT

& start

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY

FREDRIK BRODEN

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Contributing Artists:

PHOTOGRAPHERS |

MAXINE HELFMAN, FREDRIK BRODEN,

RANDY ANDERSON, SERGIO GARCIA,

ANTHONY CHIANG, STEVEN WALLACE.

MAKEUP ARTISTS |

LESLIE BELCHER, RICKY FLORES, PAIGE

ANDERSON, KILEY WIRTZ JENNINGS.

EDITORIAL TEAM |

EDITOR: JEANETTE CHIVVIS

ASST. EDITOR: MEGHAN FOREST

AGENCIES | RENEE RHYNER + CO.

WALLFLOWER, DRAGONFLY, KIM

DAWSON.

GRAPHIC DESIGN | RACHAEL SANCHEZ

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