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Everywhere We Look: Leather Accents

Three ways to toughen up your look—just a little—this fall.

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Teen Model: Grace Hartzel's Rise to the Runway

The hottest new face in fashion hails from Zionsville—but what does it mean to give up the last bit of childhood for a dream?

Popcorn ball (Photo courtesy Indiana State Fair)
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Photo: The Indiana State Fair Is in the Rearview, and So Is This Fantastic Hat

Sartorial decisions aside, here’s a by-the-numbers look at this year’s fair attendance and much more.

Say It Isn’t Sew: Vera Bradley will not disclose what portion of its products are made overseas.
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Vera Bradley's True Colors

On August 2, Vera Bradley Designs, Inc., announced plans to significantly expand its presence in the Fort Wayne area.

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Wanted: Sunglasses That Give Tinted Love

Clockwise from top: Chanel, $340; Dior, $335; Prada, $290; Tom Ford, $395; Eyebobs, $75; Chanel, $380; Gucci, $375; Dior, $335; Prada, $345. Eyebobs from Raleigh Limited, Fashion Mall, 317-844-1148,; all others from Saks Fifth Avenue, Fashion Mall, 317-816-0171,

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The Shopportunist: Prices Slashed at 8FIFTEEN

How do I love these 75-percent-off shoes? Let me count the ways.

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Loose Change: A Local Alternative to Athleta Stretches Your Dollar

“I go more for what feels good and what lasts,” says owner Shelly Petrowski, “because I know that these days, what we work out in is our outfit for the entire day.”

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My Look: Edgy Heels

“I won’t wear shoes in public before I practice in them. I’ll cook in them, walk around the house, whatever.”

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My Look: Gingham Dress

“This aqua is a quintessential midcentury color. It reminds me of that time when everyone had a whole pink or blue kitchen.”

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Next Stop, Stardom: Famous Hoosiers Turned New Yorkers

Who’s who among Indianans on the fast track in NYC, from breakout designers to NBA bigwigs.

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Pattern Magazine's Perfect Formula

Polina Osherov, 41, photographer (at far left)

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The Sartorialist: Clothes Encounters

Schuman’s website,, is often credited with starting the online street-look movement, one way the world of couture has become accessible in the Internet age. Since 2005, he has posted portraits of people whose outfit and spirit catch his attention in Paris, Milan, Tokyo, and other diverse places. The blog now attracts around 12 million views a month, and it has turned Schuman, a fashion marketer in his pre-Sartorialist life, into an internationally respected arbiter of personal flair.