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Style is an art, and like any art, you really don’t have to be an expert to appreciate it.

Even if your typical workday outfit is a thrifted button-up with a mysterious stain near the bottom that you tuck in some clearance-rack slacks (not that I’ve ever been there), you likely know style when you see it.
Really, it’s not so much about what you wear, but how you wear it. That’s what we learned when talking to our local fashion experts for this year’s Style Issue. On the cover is Ashley Triêu, owner of Iconoclasp. She said style is all in how you carry yourself. Wear whatever makes you comfortable and wear it with confidence — that’s how you turn heads.
If those button-ups and slacks are what make you feel good, own it. If you’re into bright rompers, high heels and wide-brim hats, rock those. Personally, I currently like to wake up and piece together an outfit from the pile of seven black garments on my floor, slip into some five-year-old Doc Martens, and put on a hat for 10 seconds before deciding not to wear it that day.
The seven fashionistas we talked to (and took pictures of) this year come from all walks of life and each has their own extremely unique look. They’re the kind of people you’ll recognize from a distance by their signature style alone.
Also in this issue, check out our interview with Laura Bell, the new CEO of Bell’s Brewery. Her father founded the Kalamazoo brewery when she was just 2 months old, and now she’s taking the reins of what’s become the largest craft brewery in Michigan. That’s what we call a legacy.
 

’Til next time,

Josh Veal, Managing Editor

 

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On the Cover(s): 

Ashley Triêu of Iconoclasp (Photo: Nicole Rico). Story on page 30.
 
Special Section: The Style Issue
Revue Arts: Inflatables fill the Muskegon Museum of Art, Filmmaker Racheal Floyd breaks through the 'industry of privilege'
Music: Dawes comes to Kzoo, Local: Turkuaz helps bring funk to the mainstream
Dining & Drinking: Laura Bell takes over as CEO of Bell’s Brewery, Madcap Coffee's new location, Last Call at SpeakEZ Lounge
 
 

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