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Style on the Sand

photographer: Kim Akrigg styling: Nicolette Lang-Andersen make-up: Aaron Wozlowski     [author] [author_image timthumb=’on’]http://frenzymag.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/215438.jpg[/author_image] [author_info]Kim Akrigg picked up a camera at the age of 18 and hasn’t been able to put it down since. She aims to find the unusual in the usual, and resides in Toronto. kimakrigg.com[/author_info] [/author]

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Thrifty Diva Diandra Reed
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What’s Your Deal? (Thrifty Divas)

A few months ago I watched a show about extreme couponing. I loved it! It appealed to every part of my penny-saving sensibilities and I was not freaked out by the woman dusting her collection of non-perishables at all. What I saw was the hundreds of warm meals that would …

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Pointy Buildings and Dan Jahn
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from the editor – issue 001.2012

[quote]Editor Dan Jahn wanders through the Middle East, and observes style on the street and reflects on prejudice and judgement.[/quote]   I recently wandered through the Middle East, and paused to sip a cappuccino in Tel Aviv, and spend a moment people watching and style observing. In this ancient and …

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from the editor – issue 003

[quote]Editor Dan Jahn comments on the magazine and Denver.[/quote]   Welcome to the summer issue of frenzy. Its been an exciting issue to put together, as we have been tracking the downloads on the last issue. We have seen the PDF edition now downloaded over 4,000 times, in more than …

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Bright Patches
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interview with Lynne Bruning – textile enchantress

frenzy: What exactly do you do? Lynne: I create magic, in that clothing is part of every day life, but can also transport us into what we can be, want to be, desire to be …clothing can be a physical manifestation of our desire. In today’s world, fashion has become …

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High Tech Couture

Clothes that light up, play music, and fabrics that change their shape. And yes, the cloak of invisibility. The modern cultural love affair with new technology may be verging on obsession. Gadgets and new media tools are changing the way we think, work, interact, behave —even the way we dress. …

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from the editor – premiere issue

[quote]Editor Dan Jahn introduces the new magazine.[/quote]   I can hear the collective groans now. “Not another one … how many magazines on art, beauty, fashion, photography do we need”? In answer, I present this premiere issue, and ask you to take a peek. If you are feeling right-brained when …

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