Let the Style Games Begin

Let the Style Games Begin

There’s nothing wrong with a little friendly (and fashionable) competition.  Local boutiques and salons paired up, created dramatic and fashion-forward looks, and then sent the results in for you to judge. So scroll through each look. Notice that the 10 participating teams did an impressive job conveying the fun and fantasy of fashion. The best part? From the clothes, the makeup artists, and the photographers  – all of these incredible resources are available locally.  *The Fashionista and Milwaukee Magazine editors have final say when determining the winner, but voting heavily influences their pick. The winner will receive an extended interview…

There’s nothing wrong with a little friendly (and fashionable) competition. 

Local boutiques and salons paired up, created dramatic and fashion-forward looks, and then sent the results in for you to judge. So scroll through each look. Notice that the 10 participating teams did an impressive job conveying the fun and fantasy of fashion. The best part? From the clothes, the makeup artists, and the photographers  – all of these incredible resources are available locally. 

*The Fashionista and Milwaukee Magazine editors have final say when determining the winner, but voting heavily influences their pick. The winner will receive an extended interview with the Fashionista and an accompanying photo shoot. Voting lasts until Oct. 22, and you must register with milwaukeemag.com (by creating a username and password) in order to vote. The winner will be announced Oct. 23. 

Vote now, and stay stylish. 

Main photo by Adam Ryan Morris. 

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Lyneé Ruiz started her career in beauty as a salon hairstylist at Carenza in Brookfield. Seven years later, she signed as a hair and makeup artist for Ford Models in Chicago and Miami. While her job consists of being on sets for advertising, editorial, TV, and backstage at New York Fashion Week, Milwaukee will always be home. Writing about tips and tricks she learns along the way for Milwaukee Magazine is one of her favorite creative outlets.