Katie Swanson
34, artist/photographer and mom of 2

What are you wearing? Steve Madden shoes, Tatyana skirt, vintage shirt, underpinnings were from Flirt.  

Describe your style: Classic, retro elegance.  I wear a lot of vintage and vintage inspired clothing.  Timeless is always the goal.

Favorite photo of the show? Bill Cameron's photo.

Where do you get inspiration for outfits? I look to past fashions, mainly from the 1920's to the 1950's and then try to balance that with Modern life to avoid a costumed feel.  



Ryan Eckman
38, optical engineer

What are you wearing? Banana Republic dress shirt, pullover, and jacket. Tie from Saks 5th Avenue, Shipley & Halmos pants and retro belt buckle from MartinPatrick3, Alchemy Goods recycled bicycle tire tube Belt from the Science Museum, Steve Madden boots.

Describe your style: Haphazard, rugged sophistication.

Any upcoming art shows you're looking forward to? MIA’s 100th birthday year of surprises.

Where do you get inspiration for outfits? Shopping Nicollet Mall and North Loop, Pinterest.



Jacqui Boyum
26, graphic designer

What are you wearing? Express jacket, my T-shirt was found at The Kills show, these skinny black jeans were left at my house and were the perfect fit, socks are from my girlfriend's closet and my boots were purchased at Buffalo Exchange for a steal.

Describe your style: Norm Queer.

Any upcoming art shows you're looking forward to? Smitten Kitten's 6th Annual Erotic Arts & Crafts Show.

Where do you get inspiration for outfits? Michelle Haddad & Lumberjacks.



Dawn Leuer
48, controller at Preston Kelly

What are you wearing? Everything from Ann Taylor.

Describe your style: In the winter, its everything Ann Taylor with a little added "bling" thrown in for good measure.  In the heat of the summer you will find me wearing Lilly Pulitzer.

Favorite photo at the show? This was easy, "Louie at Lee's Liquor Lounge Waiting for the Day's First Customer, Minneapolis, MN."  By Nick Kozel. 

Any upcoming art shows you're looking forward to? We may pop over to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts very soon.

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