From the Get It! Guide: Sustainability is a beautiful thing — and so is sustainably crafted fashion. Here’s where you can score some locally source, sustainable fashion.
Following a Monday, April 14 fire, local business owner Wendy Owens lost the contents of her store, R3MiX3D (remixed). Located on Merrimon Avenue, near Luella’s Bar-B-Que, the store served UNC-Asheville students as well as the North Asheville community. Owens told Xpress that she had chosen the location with the idea to create an artistic hub. […]
Overcoat, trilby, vest and corduroys, seen on Lexington Ave. Photo by Anthony Bellemare.
Worn by Susan Sertain, owner of the Costume Shoppe.
Local musician Sparrow in red jeans, shrug and vintage hat.
Tulle dress, vintage hat and hat box. Seen on Walnut Street.
In Asheville, boots go with dresses year ‘round. This outfit, seen at Virtue on Lexington Ave., pairs western boots with knee socks, a jersey skirt and a sheer blouse.
A floppy brimmed hat and vintage-look Oxford flats.
Layers of lace, necklaces, and a loosely-knit cardigan on Haywood Street.
The first few chilly days are coming right up. Knitted beret and scarf seen in downtown Asheville.
A matched pair of maxi skirts in primary-color chevron stripes.
A dress, sunglasses and bright blue ballet flats during the last days of summer.
Hat and earrings, spotted in downtown Asheville.
Weekend streetstyle on Battery Park.
This Friday edition streetstyle post comes with a video feature.
Purple satin for an event at the Grove Arcade.
Two sundresses, but in fall colors, and one is paired with a scarf.
Friday evening Streetstyle on Patton Ave: a silver hair accessory, a newsboy cap and summery cover-ups.
Bright shades of red, green and gold, paired with a whimsical fascinator from Chapeaux by Simone.
Mer people, Djs, afro wigs and parasols.
Sunny looks on Friday