Photos by Andrea Hutchinson
Styled by Emilie Haupt and Hayden Mitzlaff
Models: Bella Arnold, Staley Clark, Adam Edgar, Sydney Glenn, George Hale, Maya Norris and Reese Wearren
With the back-to-school season upon us, kids are hitting the books while parents are hitting the stores looking for the most scholarly looks. To help inspire wardrobes, here are some of our favorite looks and pieces on trend for all ages to flaunt this coming school year.
Left to right:
Vintage triangle button back tank, available at Stella’s Resale Boutique, $22
Maeve navy culottes, available at Stella’s Resale Boutique, $32
Denim jacket with fur collar, available at Work the Metal, $89
Purple string necklace, available at Stella’s Resale Boutique
Plicro camo embroidered jacket, available at Stella’s Resale Boutique, $98
Neiman Marcus grey studded circle crossbody, available at Stella’s Resale Boutique, $42
Puma black platform sneakers, available at Stella’s Resale Boutique, $32
Michael Bastian navy pocket tee, available at Rodes, $78
Hudson Nico khaki jeans, available at Rodes, $245
Eleventy bomber jacket, available at Rodes, $695
J. Crew navy and polka dot tank, available at Stella’s Resale Boutique, $26
3 x 1 NYC white denim jeans, available at Stella’s Resale Boutique, $88
Blue and white floral lace embroidered bomber jacket, available at Work the Metal, $74
Camel crossbody purse, available at Stella’s Resale Boutique, $28
Steve Madden nude pom pom sneakers, available at Stella’s Resale Boutique, $32
Left to right:
PPLA zavana woven top sage, available at Fresh Boutique 4 Girls, $60
Lucky Brand white jeans, available at Fresh Boutique 4 Girls, $35
3C4G eyelet flower fedora, available at Fresh Boutique 4 Girls, $20
PNC premium denim jacket, available at Fresh Boutique 4 Girls, $60
All items available at Animal Crackers.
PPLA Kiley woven romper, available at Fresh Boutique 4 Girls, $78
For all Mankind denim jacket, available at Fresh Boutique 4 Girls, $79
Stella’s Resale Boutique
401 Wallace Ave.
Work the Metal
1201 Story Ave.
Sassy Fox Upscale Consignment
150 Chenoweth Lane
Rodes For Him For Her
4938 Brownsboro Road
Him Gentleman’s Boutique
2352 Frankfort Ave., Louisville
314 Pearl St., New Albany
Circe + SWAG
3642 Brownsboro Road, #101
3636 Brownsboro Road
Fresh Boutique 4 Girls
1201 Herr Lane, #155
About the Location
Photographer Andrea Hutchinson and The Voice-Tribune team conducted this fashion editorial at Division Street School in New Albany.
Constructed in 1884 at a cost of only $1,752, it is one of the oldest extant segregated schools in Indiana. Thousands of African-American elementary students were educated here before its closure in 1946. In danger of being demolished in the 1990s, Division Street has now been restored thanks to the effort of the Friends of Division Street School, Inc., the New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corporation, the Horseshoe Foundation, the Ogle Foundation and the generosity of many other groups and individuals. The restored period classroom offers all fourth grade classes from the New Albany-Floyd County School Corporation the opportunity to experience the segregated educational system of the early 1900s. The school’s second room features exhibits from the region’s African-American history, and a community room is available in the basement for meetings and gatherings.
Through preservation activities and exemplary education experiences for everyone, Friends of Division Street School, Inc. ensures that the legacy of the African-American public school experience in Floyd County, Indiana will be preserved.
To support their mission, tax deductible gifts may be made to:
Friends of Division Street
P.O. Box 4
New Albany IN 47150
Visits and special tours are available by calling 812.786.2019. The school is located on the corner of East 18th St. and Katherine Hickerson Place in New Albany.