Vintage in vogue: Latest fashion trends aren’t new at all

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The newest trends in fashion are nothing new at all.

Utahns in greater numbers are buying pre-owned clothing from bygone eras as a way to be environmentally sustainable, financially sensible, and stand out in the age of big box fashion, the Deseret News reported.

“It’s cheaper, its higher quality, and it’s a lot more unique. No one is going to be wearing this dress at the concert you’re going to,” said Jacqueline Whitmore, owner of Copperhive Vintage, twirling a floor-length, floral print dress from the 1960s. “This dress is 60 years old, and it

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Rawhi Said keeps his style simple to reflect his upbringing – Post Bulletin

Of all the places Rawhi Said and his family might have ended up, Minnesota may have seemed about the most unlikely. But Said, a program director in the Mayo Clinic Office for Education, Diversity and Inclusion, is extremely happy they came to call Rochester home.

Said was born in the early1990s in what was once Yugoslavia and is now Bosnia. This was during a time of intense fighting for independence.

“I spent my first birthday in a refugee camp in Croatia,” he said. “But with a lot of luck and a lot of help from the international community, we were

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Food, fashion amongst the festivities at Rev 2022

Food, fun and fashion with checkered panache was back on track in Speedway Saturday.

Rev, the annual foodie-focused and racing-themed happening, notched its ninth year at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with the party and presentations resembling pre-pandemic times and the fundraiser reaching new heights in terms of participation and revenue.

Attendees got to taste signature dishes from more than 70 Indianapolis area chefs and restaurants, including pork belly from Vida’s Thomas Melvin;   lobster rolls and oyster shooters from newcomer Raw Bar by Slapfish; and shrimp and grits with sausage gravy from this year’s celebrity chef duo Kathy Jones and Sam

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Fashion’s Moda Operandi moves in on beauty, appoints Harper’s Bazaar Beauty Director

By Becky Bargh

With Jessica Matlin at the helm, co-founder Lauren Santo Domingo said the move into beauty was Moda’s ‘next logical step’

Moda Operandi allows customers to buy looks fresh off the runway

Fashion retailer Moda Operandi is backing a future with beauty.

The luxury e-tailer, which allows customers to buy looks fresh off the runway, has confirmed it will now stock a selection of cosmetic brands and has appointed its first beauty chief.

Jessica Matlin, a well known figure in the circuit, having served as Beauty and Health Director at Teen Vogue and Deputy Beauty Editor at

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