Composure Magazine – Trend Story + Layout

From a previous print issue of Composure Magazine. Find the printed issues in the shop!

Add graceful movement with this easy, breezy summer style.

STORY BY MIN A. LEE

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Composure Magazine – Trend Story

Catching up this week on posting more of my work with Composure Magazine: Trend Story + Layout Design! Read more in-depth celebrity interviews, beauty editor favorites and fashion profiles at Composuremagazine.com and be sure to buy the print issue from the shop! 

An excerpt:

Labor Day may be the unofficial end of summer (and the kickoff to the fall fashion season), but temps are still soaring. Navigate the long holiday weekend with some fabulous fall-toned styles.

STORY: Min A. Lee

Summer’s Last Hurrah: Labor Day fashion
Minan Wong Fitted Sleeveless Ponte Top, $110, minanwong.com
Blue Shirt Shop Mercer Shirt, $158, theblueshirtshop.dl1961.com
E. Shaw Jewels Lapis Lazuli Articulated Bracelet, $150, eshawjewels.com
101.Watch Christian Paul Whitehaven Grid Watch, $139, 101.watch

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Composure Magazine – Boring No More

Trend story written for Composure Magazine, read the full story here!  Purchase the print issue here!

 

 

 

Layout Design – Peter Pilotto Collab

Two page magazine layout spread design done for a print magazine during the Target x Peter Pilotto Collaboration of Fashion Editor favorites – Min A. Lee

Fashion Writing – Catherine Litke

The Perfect Options For Those Summer Days & Nights!  Clothes That Make You Feel Lovely By Designer Catherine Litke – Min A. Lee (Print Magazine)

Litke provides the perfect designs for those summer date nights—think late night movies in the park, summer concerts, picnics on the waterfront, and of course our favorite, margaritas on a patio bar.  While we do adores the more hardened, dark designs of fall and winter sometimes a little bit of girlish charm goes a long way.  Classic, midi-length skirts are paired with vibrant tops, but the soft patterns and feminine trims prevent designs from feeling over-the-top.

Instead of a consistent color scheme, Litke makes great use of all the hues life has to offer.  From pale blues and beiges to statement plaids of various reds, greens and yellows, they give women the option to spice up their outfits even if they opt for a simple cream and ruffled top.  With a doll-like presentation, some of our favorites were the ivory dresses cut to interesting, unorthodox shapes.  It is truly like finding the perfect summer dress without getting fashion boredom.

Even better, Litke’s brand statement explains that her collections are created from “sustainable materials sourced from around the world.”  Not only will you feel quite lovely in her clothing, but you also can feel the impeccable textiles she picks for her lines.  So when the temperatures warm up and you are ready to enjoy those summer afternoons and evenings make sure you consider adding a bit of Catherine Litke’s work to your closet.