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Buffalo Magazine: Weddings

Before she left to create Step Out Buffalo with her father, Emily met Paul at work, their passion for food binding them together. Over the years, their friendship grew into a strong relationship — and the two married on July 22, 2017, a day they created to be uniquely them. Ceremony: Five Hundred Seneca atrium. Reception: Hotel Henry. Dress: M.A. Carr. Hair/Makeup: Elle Ai…

Buffalo Magazine: Style

Whether we like it or not, money plays a role in dating. You can measure someone’s generosity and predict how they will behave in a potential relationship from the very first meeting. Similarly, when I go on a blind date, my own behavior with money has a way of revealing how the date is going – and my own intentions going forward. To wit: If I know immediately that…

Buffalo Magazine: Style

Over the last few years, shoppers have witnessed the rapid transformation of the retail market. Rules on how we shop, where we shop and when we shop have changed dramatically. The emergence of e-commerce and the so-called “Amazon Effect” have disrupted the industry and created an ongoing consumer shift to online shopping. That has created havoc for traditional retailers…

Buffalo Magazine: Weddings

Kristin and Greg married at St. Mark’s Roman Catholic Church — then celebrated at Park Country Club. Event planner: Gabrielle Pagano, After 5 Events. Dress: Bliss Bridal. Hair: Jocelyn Carpenter, The Makeup and Beauty Parlour Inc. Make-up: Nicole Morris, The Beauty Atelier. Flowers: Maureen's Buffalo Wholesale Flower Market. Photographer: Shaw Photography Co.

Buffalo Magazine: Photo Galleries

Nestled just behind Millionaire’s Row, this Colonial Revival-style home reflects the owner’s love of animals – from the elephant and tiger-patterned sofa that sits in the den to the realistic squirrels that run up the wall of the conservatory.

Buffalo Magazine: Home

While the master bedroom has never been described as the heart of the home, it is an area that homeowners love and invest in. Local designers say recent trends include statement beds, simple window treatments, and rethinking the traditional bedroom set. “A lot of people want more of a hotel feel to their bedrooms, and they want a bedroom space that’s relaxing,” said des…

Buffalo Magazine: BufFYI

From an unassuming storefront on Buffalo’s East Side, one of the city’s most widely renowned craftsmen puts as much energy and artistry into the single hat ordered from a local walk-in as he does from his big orders from Hollywood costume designers. Gary White is as humble as the generations-old tools of the hat making trade that surround him at The Custom Hatter on Bro…

Buffalo Magazine: Style

We spend all day trying to look and feel our best, so why do we throw on the first pair of ratty pajama pants and sweatshirt we find once we’re home? The good news is that you don’t have to compromise comfort for looking good. Here are three flattering pajama sets just in time for Valentines Day...all available from locally owned stores. Cute and cozy Check out this …

Buffalo Magazine: Wellness

I love discussing, analyzing and sharing suggestions with friends to improve their love lives. I have a real passion for bridging the gap between Mars and Venus. One of the most popular and effective ways for meeting new people these days is through online dating sites. I’ve used Match.com and the Tinder app to navigate the local dating scene. I’ve met successful, attra…

Buffalo Magazine: Weddings

Jessica Mazur and Kyle Decker’s wedding is a testament to the healing power of love. The high-school sweethearts, who met at Iroquois High School and started dating in 2008, got engaged in 2015 — shortly after Jessica’s father passed away suddenly. “The proposal definitely turned things around for me and my family,” Jessica said. “I was excited to marry the love of my l…

Buffalo Magazine: BufFYI

“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…

Buffalo Magazine: Style

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…