SLUG Style: Miche Elizabeth

SLUG Style: Miche Elizabeth
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Miche Elizabeth is a massage therapist, L.A. transplant and cyclist who has brought her unique sense of style to Salt Lake City. … read more

SLUG Style: Saige Wheaton

SLUG Style: Saige Wheaton
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Saige Wheaton is an employee at The Rose Establishment, a local coffee shop and bakery. She is also a thrifter and embroider. … read more

SLUG Style: André DuBois

SLUG Style: André DuBois
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André DuBois is a stylist, designer, Ogden resident and personal shopper under the brand Rather Unique. … read more

SLUG Style: Lois Brady

SLUG Style: Lois Brady
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Lois Brady is an editorial intern here at SLUG Magazine, where she also writes film reviews. … read more

SLUG Style: Rebecca Baker

SLUG Style: Rebecca Baker
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Rebecca Baker is a librarian and grad student. She is a paper and print maker, and has her own zine called That Smarts. … read more

SLUG Style: Melina Zissou

SLUG Style: Melina Zissou
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Melina Zissou is a bartender, traveler and avid reader. She is known as one of the friendliest faces at Twilite Lounge. … read more

SLUG Style: Chelsi Hunsaker

SLUG Style: Chelsi Hunsaker
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Chelsi Hunsaker is a finder, stylist and mother. She is also the owner of Scoutt Shop and co-owner of Atelier, a boutique on Pierpont Avenue. … read more

SLUG Style: Jessica Davies

SLUG Style: Jessica Davies
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Jessica Davies is a baker, vegan and the self-described “boss bitch.” Davies is the owner of Passion Flour, a patisserie which specializes in vegan french pastries and custom cakes. … read more

SLUG Style: Jacqueline Whitmore

SLUG Style: Jacqueline Whitmore
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Jacqueline Whitmore owns Copperhive Vintage and is a promoter of body positivity. This month’s SLUG Style was shot at Craft Lake City DIY Festival at the Gallivan Center at Copperhive Vintage’s booth. … read more

The Thrill of a Thrift: CLC Vintage Vendor

The Thrill of a Thrift: CLC Vintage Vendor
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The Thrill of a Thrift bridged the generation gap between mother and daughter. Shivani Lindmeir and her mother, Miss Nancy, found common ground on the speckled floors of thrift stores. … read more