Party Missile Handplanes

Grab a plane and fly through the waves.

Party Missle Handplane, Shaun Devine, Eric Coulson, Jeff Rose, Body Surf, hand shaped

Body surfers know what they like, and they’re keeping Shaun Devine and Eric Coulson busy at the Beach. Party Missile Handplanes are made of birch, poplar or paulownia; each is custom-crafted and hand-shaped. Lots better than ripping off a fast-food tray. $60 and up. PartyMissileHandplanes.com.

Photograph by JEFF ROSE

 

Summer Fashion 2014

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Delicate hues offset the heat of summer
and bring out a quiet allure that rises above.

stylist PASCALE LEMAIRE/T.H.E. ARTIST AGENCY
photography by TODD WRIGHT
hair and makeup MELISSA SCHWARTZ JONES

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Navy pom pom baseball jacket by Phillip Lim, $895, and blush metallic cropped pants by True Royal, $475, both from Ruth Shaw. Ivory ribbed racer-back  tank by SO, $14, from Kohl’s. Aqua crystal cat-eye sunglasses by A.J. Morgan, $20, from South Moon Under.

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Abstract graffiti print neoprene sheath dress by Clover Canyon, $272, from Jones & Jones. Black leather disc necklace by Wstudnk, $44, from Katwalk Boutique. Brio black and gold ankle-strap pump by Delman, $428.

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“Honey” light pink polka dot silk shirt by Pink Thomas Pink, $300, from Thomas Pink. White shorts with sequin insets by Elliate, $98, from Katwalk Boutique. Molten oval cocktail ring by Alexis Bittar, $135, from The Shoe Hive. Nina Ivory T-strap sandal with sequin heels by MS Shoe Designs, $129.95, from MS Shoe Designs.

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Blush pink and white ankle flats, by Sam Edelman, $110, from The Shoe Hive. No. 7 resin necklace, $228, and blush pink leather Debutante asymmetric clutch with grommets, $298, both from Henri Bendel.

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Carlyle color block tote in aqua leather and canvas, $450, from Henri Bendel.

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Pale pink draped silk cocktail dress by Pamella Roland’s Pamella, $575, from Jones & Jones. Aqua jeweled teardrop chandelier earrings $38.50, from South Moon Under.

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Matte jersey Slits dress in yellow, $1,624; yellow python belt, $355; and python jeweled cuffs, $485 a pair. All by Gomez-Gracia.  Party Starter collar necklace, $298, from Henri Bendel. Nude sandals by Aerin, $248, from The Shoe Hive.

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Crystal pavé cuff bracelet by Alexis Bittar, $368, and Lucite bib choker by Cara Couture, $70, both from The Shoe Hive. Dara perforated oxfords by Sam & Libby, $29.99, from Target. 5th Avenue Aviators, $175, from Henri Bendel.

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Multi-print hi-lo blouse by Walter Baker, $128, from South Moon Under. Rose-print skinny pants by Katharine Kidd, $330,  and metal cuff with stones by Bliss, $64, both from Katwalk Boutique. Cordy silver jeweled sandals by Nina, $149.

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Black mesh top by Halston Heritage, $334; wire squiggle necklace by Sandrine Giraud, $245; and geometric neoprene skirt, by Clover Canyon, $222. All from Jones & Jones. Black suede strappy sandals by Michael Kors, $355, from The Shoe Hive.

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Pistachio green leather mini bag by Botkier, $195, and aqua and citron chandelier earrings by Adia Kibur, $42.50, both from South Moon Under. 18-karat gold-plated cuff with blue amazonite, by Marcia Moran, $198 from jody g.

SHOP the SHOOT

on the COVER:
Threeway dress by Gomez-Gracia, $1,015.
Waldorf cocktail cuff, $198, and ring, $118,
both from Henri Bendel.

Delman Shoes /// DelmanShoes.com.

Gomez-Gracia /// Gomez-Gracia.com.

Henri Bendel /// Tysons Galleria,
2001 International Drive, McLean.
703.790.1042 or HenriBendel.com.

jody g /// Hilltop North, 1624 Laskin Road, Virginia Beach. 757.422.1201.

Jones & Jones /// 84 Village Square,
Village of Cross Keys, Baltimore.
410.532.9645 or JonesAndJones1970.com.

Katwalk Boutique /// 1709 Aliceanna Street, Fells Point, Baltimore. 410.669.0600.

Kohl’s /// Several locations or Kohls.com.

MS Shoe Designs /// 209 East City Hall Avenue, Norfolk. 757.624.8450 or MSShoeDesigns.com.

Nina Shoes /// NinaShoes.com.

Ruth Shaw /// Village of Cross Keys,
68 Village Square, Baltimore.
410.532.7886 or Farfetch.com.

South Moon Under /// Short Pump,
11800 West Broad Street, Richmond. 804.364.9424 or SouthMoonUnder.com.

Target /// Several locations or Target.com.

The Shoe Hive /// 127 South Fairfax Street, Alexandria. 703.548.7105 or TheShoeHive.com.

Thomas Pink /// Tysons Galleria,
1755 M International Drive, McLean. 703.891.1176 or ThomasPink.com.

makeup /// From Kevyn Aucoin,
available at Nordstrom.

 

Men’s Socks

For the man who craves a bit more adventure.

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When polar bears on the boxers lose their excitement – but paisley on tie, collar or cuffs is a bit much – sly up the socks.

Robert Graham’s, in super-soft Peruvian cotton and nylon,  are made in Peru. $28.50 a pair.

The Quality Shops:  The Palace Shops, 306 West 21st Street, Norfolk. 627.6073. Hilltop East, 1544 Laskin Road, Virginia Beach. 428.8615.  TheQualityShops.com

Photograph by JEFF ROSE

Block Party

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The multicolor suede slingback wedge is the Kalista, from MS Shoe Designs, Norfolk. $250. MSShoeDesigns.com. The vintage Italian gold crocheted clutch by Walborg, circa the late 1940s, is from B Original, Virginia Beach. $139. ShopBOriginal.com. And the frame – the Alfred –  is part of Nest Home’s customizable line; this one is $140. NestNorfolk.com.

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In The Details

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Pale blue or midnight blue? Pinpoint, oxford, broadcloth, melange? Stripe or plaid or check or solid? What of collars
and plackets and buttons and monograms and pants pleats and cuffs and breaks and – oh, the shoes. This custom clothier helps cut through the thicket, with a splash of pizzazz.

by JANINE LATUS    
photography by
TODD WRIGHT

Custom clothier Verrandall Tucker sits at the shirt bar at Details on Granby, flipping through bound books of fabric samples. There are thousands – Egyptian cotton, pinpoint, oxford, twill – each in different thread counts and patterns. Some wrinkle more easily than others, some hang more heavily on the body.

Then there is the stylebook of line drawings of collars, whether spread or tab or cutaway, and of French and barrel cuffs, and conventional or French or fly-front plackets, then decisions about buttons and cufflinks, monograms and linings.

Tucker, 54, can tell just by looking at a man what he should wear and what he’s likely to choose, which are sometimes not the same thing.

Tucker’s career as a man who dresses other men began more than 25 years ago, when he was working at his family’s dry cleaning business and a customer brought in particularly nice neckties to be cleaned. The man’s aunt had made them, and she didn’t have anyone marketing them for her.

Tucker, who had a bachelor’s degree in business with an emphasis in marketing from Virginia State University, paid the aunt a visit, and left with a stack of fabric samples that he assembled into an album of swatches, assigning numbers and names to each one. Soon he was driving to the homes of some of his family’s customers, selling hand-made ties out of the trunk of his car.

He added shirts, and demand for both grew so quickly that he started driving up to New York every three weeks to restock. It was the early ’90s, before it was easy to shop online, and he would carry bags of boxes onto the subway, where he’d doze on the train, trying to catch some sleep before starting the long drive back. He partnered with two friends and began setting up booths at conferences for ministers. From there came what Tucker considers to be continued blessings. He and a partner opened a clothing store at Greenbrier Mall; then Tucker moved to a storefront on Indian River Road, then to another location near Greenbrier. All the while he was bringing in higher-end products, and the look of his subsequent stores reflected it, until in October of 2009 he moved into his current location between Hell’s Kitchen and Jimmy John’s in Norfolk’s downtown. Here, silk ties hang over the shirt bar, shoes are racked on the opposite wall. Trousers and suits, sport coats and women’s classics hang on racks on both sides of a display of Tucker’s cologne, Verrandall.

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Fitting the pieces together is the business of Verrandall Tucker’s Details on Granby.

Tucker takes customers’ measurements and helps them pick out a fabric, a style. He tells them which cut will be most flattering, whether pleats or cuffs will make them look taller or more authoritative, which colors will enhance their looks and which will wash them out. He asks about their profession, about what events they attend socially, and where. He finds out whether they travel, whether they’re into sports. From all of that he helps them build a wardrobe, from the basics on up. Tucker also is a personal clothier for professional athletes – the tall, the broad, the men of big shoulders and out-sized thighs. He goes to their homes with his books and his swatches, and his opinions.

“Clothing for a lot of men is an art, a way of expressing yourself,” he says. “I tell guys that when you walk into your closet you don’t want to walk into a funeral home, with everything the same. You want some excitement!”

For a fee, Tucker will walk into your closet for you and help you see what you have and what you need. He’ll go through your ties and tell you which ones to get rid of and which ones to pair with what. “People get into their daily routines, the navy blue suit, the white shirt and red tie, but they never consider mixing it up with other pieces,” he says. “They don’t take the time to put those things together, to experiment, to find out what else they can play with.”

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Doyle Palmer, 56, president of Campostella Builders and Supply Corporation, which makes commercial millwork and casework for high-end projects, wears a button-down shirt, denim pants and suede shoes, every piece of the ensemble ordered through Tucker’s shop. He owns a custom-made tuxedo; he’s wearing custom jeans.

Tucker keeps a record of each purchase, so now if Palmer looks through the fabrics and chooses a color or a pattern or a stripe, Tucker can tell him if he already owns something similar. After Palmer accidentally left two pairs of linen pants in a hotel closet, Tucker pulled his file and ordered replacements.

Clothes are important to Palmer, who doesn’t want to show up at social or professional events and find out that he’s wearing the same shirt or sweater or pants as the guy next to him. Plus, he likes the custom fit. “When I buy a dress shirt off the rack it is so completely uncomfortable compared to one of Verrandall’s,” Palmer says.

For a long time he wore only white shirts, until one day at the kitchen table his son asked him why he wore the same shirt every day. Palmer is color blind, so he asked Tucker to go through his closet and tell him what to wear with what. The look that results is elegant even when it’s casual.

“I can determine a gentleman’s profile just by watching him for a few minutes to see how he responds to certain things,” Tucker says. “I can pick up whether he’s conservative or flamboyant, whether he’s willing to take that little risk of becoming more edgy. I say, ‘Try this. I’m not going to put you into culture shock; I’m going to take it slowly and watch the compliments you get.’ Then when a man starts getting compliments his ego goes through the roof. He’ll get excited in the mornings when he walks into that closet.”

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The way a man lives, the work he does, his build and his coloring –
they all affect what look is best. Tucker began this journey of
the fit a few decades ago, with a customer at his family’s
dry cleaning shop.

That kind of service, that kind of look, doesn’t come cheap. Shirts start at $95 and can easily get to twice that. Custom suits start at $900, bow ties run from $45 to $95; neck ties from $69 to $175, the customer picking from samples and styles – thin or wide, bow or long. There are black shoes, buff shoes, multiple shades of cognac or bourbon or dark brown, shiny or pebbled or suede.

Longtime customer Gary Milton, 49, dresses well because that’s the first thing people see. “Before you even open your mouth, that tailored look says a lot about you,” he says, “and people are more apt to listen to someone who looks good, which allows you to be more influential.”

That matters in his job as a supervisory contract specialist for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, but it’s also important as an example to his college-aged sons. “One day both of them will likely be in corporate America,” he says, “so it’s crucial for them to see how important it is to dress a certain way and to carry yourself in a certain manner, so that others will listen to you.”

Customers call Tucker to enthuse about the compliments they get. They send him photos and videos, saying, “I’m going to an event; what do you think I should wear?” The relationship is personal, as it is in any business where someone lays hands on your body.

“This is the kind of business you can’t just learn overnight. You have to have a love for it, a passion,” he says. “You can’t sell just to sell and tell people everything looks good on them, because the customer will know. You have to be genuine, authentic.”

For Tucker, it’s personal.

“When my customers go out I want them to feel good,” he says, “because that makes me feel good.”

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Dressing others: It’s an experience of aesthetics and reading the customer.
“You can’t sell just to sell and tell people everything looks good
on them,” Tucker says. Here, he works with Blake Carrell.

Fall Fashion 2013

 

Blakely wedding gown in ivory with beaded accents, by Maggie Sottero, $1,796,
from Maya Couture Bridal Salon. Costume pearls in white and gray,
each $28, from Bygones Vintage Clothing.

 

  Because not every star needs a stage.
And because the best style might even be a bit … unexpected.

stylist NEELY DYKSHORN   photography by TODD WRIGHT
hair and makeup MELISSA SCHWARTZ JONES

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All-over-shirred gown in black and nude by Sue Wong, $695, from Frances Kahn. Headband:
necklace by Miriam Haskell, $182, from Halcyon Vintage.

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1950s kimono, $58, from Bygones Vintage Clothing. From Ippolita: teardrop earrings in gold and black shell, $995; Rock Candy Gelato necklace, $3,995, and gold and hematite ring, $2,595, all at Fink’s Jewelers.

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Hand-beaded beige and silver dress by Calvin Klein, $178, Dillard’s. Moon Riser’s druzy earrings,
$28, from Esmé Style. Velvet flats from Virginia Stage Company’s costume stock.

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Lace mermaid gown by Adrianna Papell, $190, Dillard’s. Squash blossom necklace, $650;
turtle ring, $42; and owl ring, $32, all from Bygones Vintage Clothing.

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Black separates in silk and wool faille with velvet trim, by Mantu. Jacket, $1,995, and slacks, $820. Saks Fifth Avenue. Adidas Samoa sneaker in gray and black, $69.99.
Foot Locker.

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W Julienne’s Tia ponte stripe top, $112, and Helen ponte stripe leggings, $128, both
at Esmé Style. Scala Classico handmade derby hat by Dorfman Pacific Company, $42, and ring,
$32, at Bygones Vintage Clothing. Choker, $40, at Halcyon Vintage.
Steven by Steve Madden’s Ravesh pump in olive suede, $148.95, Nordstrom.

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Silk and wool faille jacket, by Mantu, $1,995. Saks Fifth Avenue. Ippolita’s gold hammered dome ring, $1,295. David Yurman’s sterling and gold Chiclet bracelet, $5,900, and sterling and gold square ring, $2,450. All from Fink’s Jewelers.

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Flutter sleeve gown by Lela Rose for Roan, $3,295. Scala Classico handmade Mad Hatter top hat,
by Dorfman Pacific Company, $72, at Bygones Vintage Clothing. Diamond starburst drop earrings, $1,650; diamond, sterling and onyx cable wrap ring, $1,700; and sterling and
diamond Labyrinth cuff, $5,400.
All David Yurman at Fink’s Jewelers.

 

See how it all came together in our BEHIND THE SCENES video.

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Behind The Scenes Photos (taken by EJ Toudt)

Test shot of the model in the seats.

Another test pose from above in a box seat.

There is much of preparation for each shot which means more waiting.

Lots of moving pieces during a fashion shoot. This one took 9 people to organize. Hair, Makeup, Stylist, Creative Director, Photographer and assistants, Stage Lighting Manager and more.

Neely, out stylist, tends to the model’s hairband, adjusting it just so.

Our model posing for a vintage shot.

Getting the model ready for our cover shot on stage at the Well’s Theater in Norfolk.

Fit To Be Tied

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Do you dare? These bow ties, from Dogwood Black in Fredericksburg, are handmade in the U.S. of fabrics like chambray, seersucker and madras.  (By the way, there’s also a camouflage version … reversible to orange. There’s no hiding in that one.) About $50. DogwoodBlack.com.

Shockoe Denim

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RICHMOND It’s not often a new company brags about the imperfection of its merchandise. But when you make custom blue jeans in the back of an old Avis rental-car building, a few out-of-place stitches are a matter of pride, proof of your authenticity.

 

by J. Clayton Barbour
photography by Todd Wright

Combine the best of hipster fashion with the growing trend of buying local and you get Shockoe Denim, a Virginia-based company that seeks to capitalize on the ever-expanding blue jean market.

For those of a certain age, fashionable denim reached its apex around the time corner buskers started singing the “501 Blues.”

But in recent years, brands like True Religion,
J Brand, Lucky and 7 for All Mankind have proved there’s a market for jeans at a premium price – even for men.

The latest variation on that theme is hyper-local. For almost a year now, Anthony Lupesco has been creating his handmade blue jeans in the Shockoe neighborhood of Richmond, the former heart of the capital city’s commercial district.

Cheap they aren’t. The jeans can run you from $185 to more than $600. But two things Lupesco promises about his jeans: No two are exactly alike, and if you buy one pair of Shockoe Denim, you’ll never go back to The Gap again.

It’s not often a new company brags about the imperfection of its merchandise. But when you make custom blue jeans in the back of an old Avis rental-car building, a few out-of-place stitches are a matter of pride, proof of your authenticity.

Lupesco, 27, was born into fashion. His parents – Pierre Lupesco and Brigitte Odermath – met while working in the industry in Europe and eventually started their own label, Linea Pitti. Linea focused on high-end fashion and had stores in New York and Washington, where Anthony was born.

The elder Lupescos sold their company in the mid-1980s and moved the family to Italy. They bought a clothing factory 40 miles outside of Milan, and lived in an apartment upstairs. “To get pocket money I would do the glamour job of counting buttons,” Lupesco says.  [Read more...]

Summer Fashion

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Put the top down.
Toss in summer’s best looks.
Take the back roads.
And, especially, take your time. 

stylist NEELY DYKSHORN
photography by TODD WRIGHT

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FASHION: Shop the look

Bahama Shop /// Hilltop East, 1564 Laskin Road, Virginia Beach. 757.428-2627. BahamaShopVB.com.

Beecroft & Bull /// 3198 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach.
757.422.1961. BeecroftAndBull.com.

Dan Ryan’s for Men /// Hilltop North, 1612 Laskin Road, Virginia Beach. 757.425.0660. DanRyansForMen.com.

Dillard’s /// MacArthur Center, 300 Monticello Avenue, Norfolk. 757.622.6800. Dillards.com.

EsmÉ Style /// Hilltop North, 1628 Laskin Road, Virginia Beach. 757.233.6491. EsmeStyle.com.

Frances Kahn /// Hilltop East, 1544 Laskin Road, Virginia Beach. 757.491.5000.
Also Richmond: 6229-B River Road. 800.523.3193. FrancesKahn.com.

Halcyon Vintage /// 117 North Robinson Street, Richmond. 804.358.1311.

jody g /// Hilltop North, 1624 Laskin Road, Virginia Beach. 757.422.1201.

Jules Reid clothing and vintage jewelry /// JulesReid.com.

Ledbury /// 117 South 14th Street, Richmond. 888.233.1942. Ledbury.com.

Need Supply Company /// 3100 West Cary Street, Richmond. 804.767.1825. NeedSupply.com

 Ocean Palm ///  La Promenade, 1860 Laskin Road, Virginia Beach. 757.437.7256.  Also Williamsburg: Merchants Square, 411 West Duke of Gloucester Street. 757.229.3961. OceanPalm.net.

Ted Rossi NYC ///  TedRossi.com.

Trish ///  3198 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach. 757.422.1936.

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In Pursuit of Pendants

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Show off your neckline and catch a bit of sunlight with a pretty necklace
from accessory maker Addison Weeks.
Designer Lee Addison Lesley (the Addison half of the company)
lives in Virginia Beach.

 From left, the Harris necklace with aqua chalcedony pendant, $380.
Avery pendant, a smooth pink quartz pendant set in heavy gold plate, $480.
Whitten necklace with faceted aqua chalcedony stones set in heavy gold plate, $248.
Conner necklace with faceted rose chalcedony, $280.

 WHERE TO FIND IT: AddisonWeeks.com

Photograph by JEFF ROSE

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