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Jessica and Kyle married August 5, 2017 at Baker Memorial United Methodist Church in East Aurora — followed by a reception Statler City.

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“Clufffalo Institute” is what artist Charles Clough has dubbed his current studio space, located on the Roycroft Campus in East Aurora. But his story goes way back. In 1974, Buffalo native Clough (pronounced “cluff”) was a cofounder of Hallwalls, along with Cindy Sherman and Robert Longo. He’s lived, worked and taught in New York City and Rhode Island; his artwork is…

Buffalo Magazine: Style

As you’re setting goals and making plans to achieve your New Year resolutions once and for all, there’s one that seems to be on everyone’s list: getting healthy. Help your motivation level with some sporty new shoes. From stylish and trendy to practical and durable, we have the right pair for adventurers and fashionistas alike. Photos by Dave Jarosz

Buffalo Magazine: Style

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…but as any ‘elf’ can tell you, the wonderful doesn’t just happen. With so many celebrations and so much to do, getting in the holiday spirit can seem an exhausting proposition. But there are ways to get from festive point A to joyful point B without losing it. Try these holiday hacks for speedy ways to get your merry on. 1. Get the…

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A few generations ago, dressing up in costume was something you did on Halloween…until you grew out of it. But in Peter Pan fashion, an increasing number of adults don’t want to grow up. Somewhere along the line — perhaps when superhero movies started being released annually — dressing up became an adult thing, too. When it goes beyond the annual Halloween party, it’s c…

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Mark your calendars — Queen City Fashion Week returns this year Sept. 17-22. Event director Rick Warne, a local photographer who has shot high profile events such as the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York, established the event in 2016. "This year we are taking it to a new level — the Friday night fashion show event in particula…

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Shoppers caught up in buying “fast fashion” — trends on the cheap — may not realize there can be high ethical, social and environmental costs. And while a growing number of national and global clothing designers are making ethical practices a priority — companies like Patagonia and Alternative Apparel — what if you also care about shopping local? Luckily, WNY is home…

They say that when the economy tanks, lipstick sales go up. I get that. When you’re in search of a beauty lift, you can’t always justify a full shopping spree. If the budget’s been stretched and you need a cheaper fix, a new lipstick does nicely. There are many lipstick-like beauty lifts, however — things that, proportionally speaking, make you feel a whole lot bette…

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Trends in home décor come and go, but there’s always been an interest in creating artful table settings. People are as invested in setting a beautiful table today as they were in the late 18th century when the aristocracy turned table-setting into a form of artistic expression. An eye-catching table adds to the ambiance of a gathering as much as the company and what’s serv…

Buffalo Magazine: Style

Do you envy participants on home makeover TV shows or salivate while flipping through shelter magazines? Everything looks so dazzling and new, but you can’t justify the expense of an interior redo. Don’t despair. You can jazz up any room with style swaps that carry a powerful punch. Pamela Witte, owner of White Orchard Home Furnishings in Orchard Park, said some of her …

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There’s something for everyone in the Elmwood Village, including a pair of unique stores that have added another level of style to the hippest part of Buffalo. A torch is passed Call it fate, or simply a matter of perfect timing, but it sure appears that Kilby Bronstein was destined to become an owner of Half & Half Clothing. A staple of the Elmwood Village for mo…

Before the advent of Fitbits and smartwatches, most of us probably thought of a fitness tracker as a clunky device that clipped to your belt and counted your steps. Helpful? Sure. Accurate? Maybe. Since then, wearable technology has exploded as an industry. Fitbit reported $506 million in revenue for the third quarter of 2016 alone, and Forbes estimates the entire weara…

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Does it really matter what you wear when you work out? Well, sure. As sweaty and gross as you feel by the end of a session, looking good as you go is an emotional lift. After all, who wants to see herself do overheard presses in a ratty old T-shirt? And isn’t it better to catch a glimpse of your muscles flexing in cute running tights? Plus, quality workout-wear st…

Buffalo Magazine: Style

When it comes time to get your gift list together and strategize a game plan, you may encounter some tough scenarios. Often it’s the people we’re closest to who are the most difficult to buy for. To help, we’ve compiled a list of the most challenging people in your life, with a handy guide for the perfect holiday gift. Even better, it’s all local. Grandpa who doesn't need…