AS FALL MAKES its season- changing arrival, so do end-of-year fashion trends. For this fall’s fashion spread we decided to mix it up and
have a little fun. Shot on location at Tiburon’s
Richardson Bay Audubon Center and
Sanctuary by Claudia Goetzelmann, the feature offers a little ’60s style mixed with a dash
of ’90s grunge. Fashion editor Veronica Sooley
and co-stylist Leah-Marie make sure the
looks are fresh, fun and flirty.
Next up, we look at the state of immuniza-
tions in Marin. The county has the highest rate
of vaccine refusal in the Bay Area and one of the
highest in the state. Writer Laura Hilgers looks
at why this is the case and what it means for you.
We also introduce you to Mill Valley’s
Lisa Kristine and her stunning images, with
a sneak peek at what you can expect from the
world-renowned photographer at this year’s
Sausalito Art Festival. Also be sure to check
out our inserted Private School Guide. This
year’s edition takes a look at four families
who have chosen to go private and, as usual,
features more than 150 private school listings from all over the Bay Area.
feature offers a
little ’60s style
mixed with a
dash of ’90s
Up front, we’ve got a look at a popular
blogger who hails from Mill Valley, as well
as information on surf films, Oktoberfest,
natural beauty, books and more. We also
introduce you to a local designer whose
unique labor force resides at The Redwoods
retirement community, along with a teacher
turned hit song writer and a filmmaking
couple focused on laughs.
In Destinations, we go off the beaten path
in Hawaii, keep it local in Travel Buzz and
head off to Sudan for a hair-raising trip with
local adventure travel writer Vassi Koutsaftis.
It’s a jam-packed issue full of lots of fun
articles. And with the kids back in school,
maybe you can actually find a few free
moments to enjoy them.
Marin Magazine Staff Editors
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