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Pg.   8   Editor’s Letter

Pg. 11   Event Calendar

Pg. 12  Men’s POV

Pg. 13  Poppy Parker Collection

Pg. 14  Newsfront: On Tiny Shoulders

Pg. 90  Last Look: Summer Picnic

 

 

FEATURES_______________

 

Pg. 18  London Fashion Doll Festival

Pg. 20  KD: 00-Fabulous

 by Pat Henry

Pg. 24  Mizi Doll Debuts

Pg. 26  The Art of the Pet: Lucy Maloney

 By Michaela Unbehau

 Pg.28  DollBleu

 By Pat Henry

Pg.32  Mazarine MBlue

 By Michaela Unbehau

Pg.36  Phyn & Aero Present

 Ryan Roche

Pg.42  Andrew Yang on Kadira 2019  By Pat Henry

Pg.48  Norell: Dean of

 American Fashion

 By Pat Henry

Pg.56  The Humble Raincoat

 By Anna Duffy

Pg.64  Global Gourmets,

 By Ian Price

 

 

FASHION_____________________

 

Pg.74  Urban Jungle

 By Michaela Unbehau

Pg.82  Boss Tweed

 By Pat Henry

 

 

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Check out Pamela Thompson's fashion shoot- "Killer Kawaii"

Woohoo– be careful what you wish for!  As I write this, the temperature is hitting 100 degrees in New York. It seems like the last time I wrote the Editor’s Letter, it was snowing. In the old days, when we were printing the magazine on paper, we needed six weeks of lead time, so we really were working in the season before the issue was published. Now, we are in the moment, and it seems a bit incongruous to be waxing poetic about the crispy breezes and golden leaves of autumn while typing in my shorts.

 

When I was a stylist and a producer, my job was to plan the photo shoots, book the models, style the clothes and rent the props. Keeping under budget, feeding the crew a good lunch and choosing the right van with enough space and good air conditioning were just the additional items to check off on my job list.  All of these things were done at least two or three months in advance of the season, sometimes more. I spent many a June shooting Christmas catalogs, finding fake Christmas trees, ordering boxes of snow and booking jolly old men to play Santa to perfect children in just the right holiday fashions.

 

Now, it’s a bit easier. My models are hair-and-make-up ready. No overtime, no agents, no catering. Unless of course, we are talking about the amazing miniature feasts creating by artist Elaine Langley, whose work is shown above. Ian Price has a great feature on her work, and a very clever portfolio of dolls and the food they love. And all 100% calorie free!

 

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