LETTER FROM THE EDITOR T Which brings me to our annual Fashion Issue. In the following pages, you’ll read about local people – new names and familiar ones – who follow their own paths fashion-and style-wise, in addition to all the food, community and art coverage we bring you every month. In a really unorthodox fashion spread, artists Marjon Aucoin and Dandee Warhol have teamed up with stylist MarziFat to blur the lines between fashion and reality. This month, you’ll also explore great places to shop, dine out with Janice Schindeler and Brian Tagtmeier, go to the club with Mike Cook and learn what Greggory Burk loves…I’ll admit it, I’ve been dying to know. Thanks to our great team of writers and photographers for once again helping us put out another solid issue of LOCAL. Stay cool, Tim Moloney editor-in-chief BEHIND THE COVER THIS COVER IS A PROJECT THAT STARTED IN COLLABORATION CALLED DEEJON, WHERE MERGE, BLURRING THE LINES BETWEEN WHAT IS PHOTOGRAPHED. CAN YOU TELL WHICH ONE IS A PAINTING? JANUARY OF THIS YEAR, A ART AND FASHION TRULY WHAT IS PAINTED AND WHICH GIRL IS REAL AND SHOT BY CODY BESS ON LOCATION WHERE THE ARTISTS CREATED THE LIFE-SIZE MURALS, YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT THE JOURNEY ON PAGE 59. 4 L O C A L | november 16 Photography by Cody Bess oday, the temperature finally dropped, and suddenly it really feels like fall (mid-70s). I love the change of seasons and the chance to maybe wear a sweater outdoors, or even the poncho my friend Jay Landa brought me from Peru a few months ago. I might not be worthy of a fashion profile, but I’ve reached an age where I pretty much wear whatever makes me happy or laugh that day. Luckily, I don’t work in a corporate environment where I would die a slow death by a thousand Dockers.