access+ENGAGE Issue 17.1: Minnesota Couture
May 9, 2007
—Featuring a profile of l'étoile, a spunky new Twin Cities fashion magazine, and a tell-all report of one woman's quest to find wearably chic clothes that look great on a real woman's body
You know that rock-star feeling you get when you wear something really flattering? That’s why fashion isn’t frivolous—some days a fabulous outfit is a better pick-me-up than Zoloft.
This issue of a+E turns its eye to the world of fashion—from couture
great pair of yoga pants—and to those who make this most intimate of art forms accessible to the rest of us.
In introduces you to a homegrown fashion magazine with a fresh, friendly take on the traditional glossy. Writer Jessica Bennett gives her funny, candid
of View on reclaiming your sense of style once you’ve joined the ranks of parenthood and adults-over-twenty. And, finally, you know it’s spring when the days get longer and it’s time for
Are Here also points you toward
little something fun for Mom,
(live) wax museum-cum-fashion show, and
truly one-of-a-kind exhibition. And before you go, check out One
for the Road artist Anna Lee’s
gorgeous hats and this issue’s great
deal from the
access+ENGAGE is the definitive alternative arts journal of mnartists.org. Delivered twice per month via e-mail, it provides a handpicked selection of upcoming events from around the state, art by established luminaries and emerging artists alike, and insightful cultural commentary.