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Justin Fitzpatrick of the Shoe Snob

Justin Fitzpatrick of the Shoe Snob

We pride ourselves on stories of character, value, and dedication to developing a craft, many of whose may go unnoticed. Most, as expected with an ever-changing society, toss and turn between multiple professions. Nothing against those who do, but it goes without saying that I deeply appreciate those who become immersed in their craft.  Justin Fitzpatrick,...
Stepping out of the city

Stepping out of the city

  I ‘ve loved living in the city for the past four years. The experiences I’ve gained and people I’ve met is like nothing I’d ever imagined. It has been a positive outlet for relationships, creative projects, and my first true sense of completely being independent. The energy that a city holds is contagious beyond...
My Little Cup of Calm

My Little Cup of Calm

   Turning in early on a Friday night leads to a restful and productive Saturday morning. Refreshed, I often seek refuge from the busy week with my thoughts and a cappuccino at Collective Espresso in Over-the-Rhine, Ohio. It’s a place of community, conversation, and solitude if needed. It’s not just a cup that I am...
What I'm Reading: Kinfolk's "The Idler"

What I’m Reading: Kinfolk’s “The Idler”

Our newest segment, “What I’m Reading”, taps into the minds of some of our staff’s must reads.  This week, we had a quick chat with our Senior Fashion Director, Christoper Dam. Jump below for the full article. Chris: Life’s hectic, busy, overwhelming etc.. Days come and go like clockwork. I do my best to keep...
Designer Profile: S.E.H Kelly

Designer Profile: S.E.H Kelly

As a writer, I find my most challenging conquests coming in the days before we publish our monthly edition. I often type, re-type, edit, re-edit, re-type, and debate over “how to perfectly craft what it is I am trying to get across” to our readers. I wonder if Van Gogh ever said to himself, ”...
Pizza & Beers

Pizza & Beers

There’s an immense amount of production that goes into each article we write for A&H Magazine’s monthly editions. Emails, phone calls, photo set ups, missed connections, more emails etc etc. I’m often asked (and sometimes wish)  if there’s an option for a fast-forward button, which in time we’d be able to produce a large quantity...