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la vie est belle
Thanks Carrie! Long live Planned Parenthood!
Mike, I think I failed in translating my sarcasm with the falling off the face of the earth stuff. Like many Nashvillians, I've lived on both the east and west side of town. When I lived in East Nashville, a lot of my west side friends never wanted to cross the Cumberland, and now that I'm back on the west side, I have the opposite problem. It's as if things are somehow perceived as farther apart when separated by a river or something. Not that there aren't plenty of diplomats who will readily make the trek either way - myself included - but it is something you hear around town, and I think it's funny, so I guess I was trying to extend that even farther east. Like, WAYYYYYY out in Donelson. Oh, and McNamara's is DEFINITELY on my list.
That definitely counts. Does autocorrect "accidentally" make you text dirty pictures to other people, too?
I hear you m — between our blog posts, we tried our best to accommodate the earlybird planners and the last-minute ticket buyers. I hope you can join us for next year's Sugar Rush!
Good to know — I hate that I missed it!
If you want to dissect this ... There are long sleeves, warm fabrics and hands in gloves in these photos. That is a fact.
As for drawing similarities between this spread and the one you linked to, every fashion shoot I've ever been involved with for the Scene has utilized local boutiques and designers. That, in my opinion, is the only similarity between this spread and the one you are referencing. It's certainly not a new idea, or concept, or whatever you want to call it. Local publications use local resources all the time.
How is this NOT fall fashion? In Nashville, fall can mean 90 degree days and 60 degree nights. This shoot was meant to feature transitional clothing, primarily pulled from local boutiques and designers to reflect what you'll find in Nashville. You could buy any of these items in store now. It's not meant to be some sort of high-concept fashion spread you'd see in Vogue. We're not Vogue. We're not trying to be Vogue.
Also, New to the city ... welcome to Nashville. I find it quite charming myself, but I'm not afraid to say when something isn't charming.
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