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Ballroom Executive Director Susan Sutton in Apiece Apart

2 Aug 2016

apieceapart_marfastories_06C-1 “It’s one thing to spend a long weekend in Marfa,” writes Leigh Patterson in Apiece Apart, “and another entirely to live and work there.” Patterson traveled to Marfa along with stylist Alexa Hotz and photographer Michael A. Muller to interview three Marfa women, including Freda owner Susannah Lipsey, ceramicist Mimi Dopson, and Ballroom Marfa Executive Director Susan Sutton. Sutton holds forth on minimalism, her changing self-perceptions, and other women that she admires. “Going into your fear is the only way forward,” she says.

Apiece Apart features Quiet Earth

27 Oct 2013

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Thank you to APIECE APART for featuring Quiet Earth in their recent Newsletter. For those of you who don’t know, APIECE APART is a line of beautifully well-tailored, “elevated basics” which were originally inspired by a trip to West Texas. The designers, Laura Cramer and Starr Hout, were so taken with the “austere and beautiful” landscape that they wanted to create clothing using those same ideals.

Their most recent collection “creates a space where Scandinavia and Japan meet” and even though it strays geographically from the Texas desert, the clothes remain as beautiful as ever.


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Everything he did was groundbreaking.

“I’m proud of what these women are doing.
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With Mickey out of action with a shoulder injury, the 6 foot 10 Martin burned Arkansas for 27 points, 8 rebounds and a hugely timely blocked shot that helped set the Tigers up for a last possession that ended with a Keith Hornsby 3 pointer in an 81 78 victory.

Aaaaand another three and out for Wilson and the Seahawks.

Judge Marylynne Beaton agreed to impose the sentence that was jointly recommended by Crown and defence lawyers, handing down a 15 month conditional sentence.

Vanish is the sequel to Firelight, and both books are really more about the relationships of the central character, Jacinda, than anything else.