The 2016 Richmond Fashion Issue 

Following the threads from old-school Southern favorites to designers of the future.

click to enlarge The owner of Lola Pepper, Jillian Stinson, says she’s a proponent of the adage, “if it ain’t broke.” Her unique, bohemian-styled boutique is online at lola-pepper.myshopify.com, and in the Fan at 207 N. Davis Ave.

Scott Elmquist

The owner of Lola Pepper, Jillian Stinson, says she’s a proponent of the adage, “if it ain’t broke.” Her unique, bohemian-styled boutique is online at lola-pepper.myshopify.com, and in the Fan at 207 N. Davis Ave.

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