by Michael Satterfield
Santa Fe is one of my favorite cities in the world, it is one of those rare places where the entire community has an aesthetic that seems to transcend all classes and social groups. Artists, jewelry makers, fashion designers, photographers, just about everyone in Santa Fe has some artistic background, instead of asking an artist "Whats your day job?" You can ask just about anyone you encounter from the pedicab driver to the cashier at the local 5 and Dime "What kind of artwork do you do?" Take some time when you go to Santa Fe to enjoy the galleries, the amazing food, and just walking around reading all the historical plaques that can be found nearly on every building in town.
I was in town covering Santa Fe Fashion Week, we will have more stories from that event and a spread in our Fall 2014 Issue.
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