By Deb Peterson | Photographed by Kim Singer A year ago, Molly Clark’s shiny silver Airstream, home to grey dog vintage boutique, sat alone on the corner of Trenton and College in Fayetteville. It was the realization of Molly’s dream to give new life to stylish fashions from the 40s and 50s. With the help Read More
By Lance Cheramie | Photographs provided by NWAFW If fashion is your thing, and you’re passionate about philanthropy, you’ll love what’s happening at East Square Plaza on the Fayetteville Square March 5–10. All week long, local designers and boutique owners will strut the latest styles and trends for women, kids, and men, starting with Fashion Read More
Lance Cheramie is a fashion merchandising instructor at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. He teaches courses ranging from clothing concepts to visual merchandising, and serves as faculty advisor to two student organizations—Phi Upsilon Omicron Honor Society and the Razorback Ballroom Social and Advanced Club. He is a buying consultant for the UA Razorback shops.
Story by Lance Cheramie | Photographed by Deb Peterson | Styled by Jennifer Porter with assistant Tabitha Porter | Modeled by Nancy Osmon Mountain Home’s Nancy Osmon models holiday looks from local shops, styled by Jennifer Porter. Deck the halls in style this holiday season! How? I’ll show you how to create three party looks Read More
By Lance and Elizabeth Cheramie You have to wonder if Audrey Hepburn had any idea she was creating an iconic image when she graced posters sheet music for “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” in her little black dress in 1961. The perfectly simple but sexy LBD has been around even longer than that, first introduced by Coco Read More
Story by Deb Peterson | Photographed by Giovani Pop. M! Jun/Jul 2011. Nancy Mariana Pop moved to this country from Romania as a young girl and started school speaking no English. The kids made fun of her. “When I learned the language, the kids still made fun of me because I had an accent,” she Read More
Story by Deb Peterson | Photographed by Kim Singer. Molly Clark had an overwhelming drive to see the world before she put down roots anywhere. “I get strong cases of wanderlust,” she says. That wandering spirit led her to a job teaching English in Bangkok, where she found her muse one day in a vintage Read More