CON­TRIB­U­TORS

Vegas Magazine - - Contents -

JUDY STONE con­tribut­ing writer

“Every fall, I be­gin count­ing down the days, and tem­per­a­ture, un­til I can wear boots again. I’m par­tic­u­larly ex­cited about the slouch boot, whether it’s a nude leather from Marc Ja­cobs or one with ex­tra sparkle from Saint Lau­rent. But I feel like I am a chameleon. I am as com­fort­able in a Tom Ford dress and Dolce heels as I am in ripped jeans and Con­verse sneak­ers.”

DON CHAREUNSY con­tribut­ing writer

“From my chat in this is­sue with Dsquared2’s Dan and Dean Caten, “glunge”— glam­orous grunge. I’m a fan of the un­con­ven­tional and mash­ing up themes and ideas in all as­pects of life. That said, I’m a bor­ing dresser, so let’s say I’d de­scribe my per­sonal style as ca­sual and com­fort­able— with a bow tie as of­ten as pos­si­ble.”

JA­SON LATHAM con­tribut­ing writer

“It will be a re­lief just to wear long sleeves again. I’ve got a drawer full of V-neck sweaters and waf­fle crews that have been ne­glected so long they’ve gone out of style and come back into style again. And my suits are gath­er­ing dust. My per­sonal style is un­der­stated: black tees and blue jeans. My socks are usu­ally the only things I let stand out.”

MICHAEL KA­PLAN con­tribut­ing writer

“The tem­per­a­ture is go­ing down so I can wear a new leather jacket and take a baby step to­ward look­ing dope. I’d de­scribe my per­sonal style as “fell asleep in my cloth­ing, rolled out of bed in the morn­ing and tried to get un­rum­pled with lim­ited suc­cess.”

EMILY WIL­SON con­tribut­ing pho­tog­ra­pher

“It’s won­der­ful to see peo­ple get­ting out­doors, hik­ing, run­ning, swim­ming and that it’s be­com­ing more ac­cept­able to blend ac­tive wear and day-to-day cloth­ing. I’m an avid run­ner, swim­mer and camper and it’s great that those things are all trend­ing! Go­ing out at night, my vibe is in­die rock and West Coast bo­hemian. I’m a mom with two kids and I still ride my skate­board.”

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