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5 Two 3: Travel Chic Local Designs Fueled by Friendship

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Nestled in the most precious corner of 5th Street within Old Town Scottsdale amongst a multitude of boutiques businesses, and locally owned restaurants, lays the window front of 5 Two 3.

Named after the birthdate of best friends and duo owner team, Brittany and Karah, born on the...


New Fashion Brand Works to End Sex Trafficking, Gender Inequality

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Story By: Taylor Seely

It starts with the simple concept that any woman sold into sex trafficking or enduring gender inequality could be your sister.

Mandy Multerer, one of three founders of the new Minnesota-based company My Sister, said between four and five million women and children around the world are sold into sex trafficking each year.

To combat this crime, she and two others, Jonathan Sipola and Wayne Zink, created My Sister, a benefit corporation that promotes gender equality and fights to end sex trafficking by selling clothing, jewelry and...


Chic Shoes for a Cause

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Every woman deserves to be noticed when she enters the room. That is exactly what shoe designer Mary-Alice Malone wants her brand Malone Souliers to do: make luxury footwear for the self-aware and unapologetic woman.

“How amazing to see a woman come alive when she steps into a pair,”Malone says. “Her body language emerges, and rather eloquently, hips sway in confident energy, and her inherent power, reassuringly sexy.”


A True Gem: Kendra Scott

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Family, fashion and philanthropy are the foundation that has made this inspiring jewelry designer a global phenomenon. Kendra Scott has continued to create jewelry that women crave while staying true to her own philosophy of giving back to the community. Read on to hear her insight about upcoming weddings trends, her new Atlantic Collection and how her love for design turned into a business. 

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AFM: When did you realize you wanted to become a fashion designer and how did you get started?

KS: When I was seven, my aunt was a fashion director of a department store and we used to look...


The Jewel of Dana Park: DAG Boutique in Mesa

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by: Lorraine Campos

Sometimes when you’re searching for something that’s just the right fit, you have to trust your intuition to lead you directly to it. This was certainly the case for East Valley boutique owner Tina Nunez, owner of DAG Boutique in the Dana Park Village. 

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