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Valeri Beth Spiwak Horn

Born and raised by the beach in Southern California, Valeri Spiwak lives and breathes West Coast culture and its surrounding artistic charm. Valeri, with a Bachelors Degree in Journalism and a Minor in French, continuously seeks to explore the  beautiful and obscure, and shares her adventures through captivating wordplay, clever writing and skillful copy. 

Contact Valeri for any future projects, articles, columns, ad/e-com/catalog copy now. 

LA Canvas Magazine - 'FIRST LOOK: Free People’s November Magalog'

LA Canvas Magazine - 'FIRST LOOK: Free People’s November Magalog'

Free People releases a first look at their highly anticipated November Magalog, and it oozes tropical holiday cheer. Featuring an ‘Editors Letter’ penned by artist Cleo Wade, the Magalog comprises four editorial shoots starring head-turning stunners Taylor Hill, Magdalena Frackowiak, and Dree Hemingway, alongside a look into ‘Free People’s 2015 Holiday Gift Shops’.

Additional features by musician Jihae Kim, artist Andrea Mary Marshall, Whitney Tingle and Danielle DuBoise of Sakara Life, and author and editor Ariane Marder also grace the Magalog’s pages. Free People plans to further delve into the editorial world by continuing to merge fashion, art, travel, music, and everything in between in issues to come.

Beauty meets unrelenting style with Polish babe Magdalena Frackowiak, who stars as part of Free People’s November Magalog in the California style inspired editorial titled Cali Christmas. Hot weather resort fashions take center stage, highlighting the perfect warm weather styles for an overall beachy and casual holiday look. Head-turning hues in company with playful prints make for poolside perfection and a cutting-edge, new take on Holiday cheer.

LA Canvas Magazine - 'Clifton’s Cafeteria is Back to Blow Your Mind'

LA Canvas Magazine - 'Clifton’s Cafeteria is Back to Blow Your Mind'

LA Canvas Magazine - 'Swoon: Stillness, Drama + Functionality In COS’ A/W’15 Campaign'

LA Canvas Magazine - 'Swoon: Stillness, Drama + Functionality In COS’ A/W’15 Campaign'