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Karen Outlaw  

Karen wishes to elevate Houston's art & fashion culture through her column. Fashion is her chosen platform to communicate her passion for minimalism, fearlessness & racial harmony.

Karen Outlaw was born and raised in Chicago and is oldest of four daughters who all inherited their love of fashion from their mother. Growing up, Karen witnessed her mother design and create her own clothing and accessories as well as create runway looks from thrift store finds and occasionally grace the runway in fashions shows in Chicago. In 2012, Karen began modeling in local fashion shows in Houston and soon assisting behind the scenes with runway coaching, styling and overall fashion show production.

Karen is also the owner of SixtyFourFifty, providing person shoppping and styling services exclusively from vintage and are resale shops to create wardrobes on any budget. SixtyFourFifty's motto is “Where there’s a will, there’s a way to style!”

Shopping Small, Shopping Local at Pop Up Houston

Long vintage dresses and anything that blings, these are a few of my favorite things! The highlight of opening night was the high fashion runway show coordinated by Andrea Shove (Owner of Forgotten Arts) featuring designs by Danny Nguyen, Datamosh, Forgotten Arts and 8 Palms. After a brief intermission, Forgotten Arts opened the second half of the show with their military inspired look what sent a message of global awareness, unity, liberation and freedom. Their use of the color black and messages like “Pray for Libya” illustrated that Forgotten Arts is about creating fashion with a purpose.



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