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Key to the City

​Explore the Coolest, Tastiest, Most Fascinating Corners of Central Mexico

Key to the City BY katie nave freeman 05/10/2019
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Liz Clark, the founder of the adventure-ready accessory line Nipomo, has been traveling to Mexico since she was a kid growing up in San Diego. These days, she spends the most time in the country's central region, where she visits the weavers she works with in a town outside of Tlaxcala and (of course!) takes in all the sights, sounds, and flavors the area has to offer. Seven of her favorite excursions below. READ MORE
Key to the City

A Guide to the Very Best Street Art in Oakland

Key to the City BY katie nave freeman 03/27/2019
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When it comes to her jewelry line, Harp, Shelly Harper draws major inspo from all the good style she sees on a daily basis around her home in Oakland. And since she spends so much time pounding the pavement for ideas, she's perfectly poised to share a list of her favorite street art, too. Tag along for a tour of the murals and graffiti she loves most - and why the medium means so much to her. READ MORE
Interior Inspiration

Inside the SF Studio a Handbag Designer Shares with Her Artist Grandmother

Interior Inspiration BY katie nave freeman 03/14/2019
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Hannah Tatar comes from a long line of close-knit artists, and when she started hand-making her own bags under the name Hannah Emile, she found herself the exact-right studio roomie: her grandmother, Myrna Tatar, a mixed-media sculptor. Here's the story of what they each bring to each other's process and the aesthetic that might just be in their blood. READ MORE
Key to the City

A Miami Local on the Places That Won Her Heart

Key to the City BY katie nave freeman 06/06/2019
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Adriana Epelboim-Levy was born in Venezuela, but now Miami's her home through and through. "I moved here when I was 15 years old. It feels like Miami and I evolved together," she says. "Back then, it had a completely different environment and skyline. It's grown so much both architecturally and culturally." That made it the perfect setting for launching 'her hand-painted shoe business, Alepel - and an ideal city for exploring when she feels like running around town or putting her feet up.. READ MORE

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