Posts tagged april/may issue
Posts tagged april/may issue
Spring is the season that puts pep in your step. This time of year signifies rejuvenation, reinvention and a rebirth. Trends can be hard, but it doesn’t mean you have to ditch all your duds.
Whether it’s repurposing peplum, a little less leather or a no-no to neon, we’ve got your covered in our latest issue.
This lovely breakfast is featured in our Dinner and a movie series with the classic film Breakfast at Tiffany’s: Bacon, egg and toast cups.
TIP: If you’re baking six egg and toast cups in a 12-muffin pan, leave space in between cups for egg overflow.
In our latest Dinner and a movie series, we featured “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” First introduced in Truman Capote’s 1958 novella, the story captivated viewers on the big screen in 1961 and again last month when it opened on Broadway. Pair the delectable plot with classic brunch staples, such as our recipe for healthy Greek yogurt pancakes:
All women crave a flawless finish with their makeup. But as temperatures rise, the thought of caking it on becomes less and less appealing.
In our latest issue, Chicago-based makeup artist Joanna Bastermajian offers step-by-step instructions on how to enhance your natural look, without the overload.
Read about how you can enhance your look. Your skin will thank you later.
Have you ever wondered what makes the live concert experience so awesome? Recently, Brittany Abeijon, Facets founder and editor in chief, sat down with Urban Offering’s JP Chookaszian (our February/March cover guy!), to talk to Live Fix owners Chris and Colleen Catania about the people, bands and brands that live for live music.
During the podcast, Abeijon gave her head-to-toe suggestions for festival fashion, and we created our version here. Whether it’s for Coachella, Lollapalooza or another outdoor fest, you’ll be ready to rock and roll in this get-up. Listen to the podcast now!
White flower headband, River Island, $8 • White eyelet top, J.Crew, $118 • Tribal ring, Miss KL, $8 • Cross-body bag, Nine West, $30 • Distressed denim shorts, Fashion Union, $38 • Flat ankle booties, Debenhams $34 • Gold bangle set, Accessorize, $23 • Aviator sunglasses, Wallis, $12
Baseball: America’s favorite pastime. What better way is there to enjoy some fresh air, watch a great sport … and apparently, stuff yourself silly with mounds of high-caloric, fattening grub. Like this bucket of sliders, which Yankee Stadium sells with more than a pound of French fries! And yet, there are even bigger ballpark food offerings across the country.
Instead of diving in head-first to deep fried everything, discover the healthier options at your favorite stadium. Better yet, blogger Kim Barry has done the research for you. Barry toured over 30 MLB ballparks to uncover the gluten-free options available. Read more about her food findings in our latest issue.
Happy Earth Day! In case you missed our latest issue, we introduced three brands that are both trendy and Earth-friendly. Check out three more of our faves:
Chicago fashion designer Sahar Dada sits on the desk nestled in her creative space, her home office. See more photos in our latest issue!
One of our favorite “up close and personal” shots from our latest cover shoot. This photo shows off the level of detail designer Sahar Dada puts into every piece she dreams up.
Fun fact: Dada’s production team, which consists of tailors, pattern makers and dyers, is based in Karachi, Pakistan.
The Facets team headed outdoors to Chicago’s iconic Union Station for a photo opp with our new issue’s cover girl, designer Sahar Dada.
We love how her flowing, fuchsia frock (her own design!) pops against the cold, neutral pillars.