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Ashley K. Parks

If you live in the metro Detroit area, then you should already be hip to Parkview Magazine. If you have not yet been privy to such information, then let me tell you a little bit about this wonderful and much needed publication. 

Parkview magazine caters to a special Detroiter. A lover of landscapes, deep tones, striking fashion and designs, high scale photography and well written interviews, then you should have this at your nearest coffee book table in your office or at home. 

Ashley, the creative force behind Parkview, has recently decided to step more to the forefront of the brand. Being comfortable and more interested in production of the magazine, Parks' just shows that the work is more important. But, it is now time to show who is actually doing it. 

 

Styled by myself

Shot by Morgan McDonald

 

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Ashley K. Parks

Commissioned as Stylist for personal portfolio

Shot by Morgan McDonald 

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Monochrome in Cleveland

One of my first clients was an up and coming photographer living in Cleveland, OH. Rose aka CandidReady and I had been Instagram friends for about a year before she hired me to style some models there. 

Domo, the model pictured, gave me the best energy from the beginning, so we all kept doing work together. This shoot, was the third time that I had traveled to the Cleveland to style and it was one of the best times that I have had. Here Domo, asked me to come with something different, bold and bright. 

"One color", I thought.

Detroiter's are notoriously known for matching down from the drawers to the socks and monochrome falls right into that category.  I achieved pulling the look off with over sized jeans that I tailored to the max, a casual tank top and a vintage blouse to  take the place of an overcoat.

One of my favorite looks that I have put on someone else. Hands down.

 

Photo by CandidReady 

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