Look at you, Boston!
Presented by Beyond Boston Chic at City Hall Plaza
September 19 - October 31, 2011
BEYOND BOSTON CHIC IS LOOKING AT YOU! Fashion Blogger is Poised to Place Boston on the National Stage Through Local Exhibit BOSTON, MA, August 16, 2011 – The blog Beyond Boston Chic has brought worldwide attention to Boston and the fashion of its residents. As a result, Martini Severin, architect and voice of Beyond Boston Chic celebrates Boston style through an exhibit opening September 19th at Boston City Hall. Martini, a Haitian immigrant who grew up in Cambridge, found her niche by combining her two passions: photography and fashion. She first launched the blog as a medium to share her interests with friends near and far. Three years later, Beyond Boston Chic has a readership that edges towards 23,000 monthly readers. It has built an active community of readers interested in style and about how others are dressing. “Quite simply, my blog chronicles the rich sartorial spirit of those who live in our fair city. My inaugural exhibit, appropriately held at Boston City Hall, will provide a wonderful opportunity for us all to see photos of people on their way to work and play in one space. Boston is indeed a chic city.” This unique exhibit will showcase a special selection of photos from Beyond Boston Chic. Martini’s photos go beyond fashion by capturing images of Bostonians as they go about their everyday lives. The exhibit, Look at you, Boston! opens on September 19th at Boston City Hall and will run for six consecutive weeks. For more information about the exhibit and sponsorship opportunities, visit the website at http://www.beyondbostonchic.com/look-at-you-boston/ Martini Severin is a photographer and the voice behind the blog, beyondbostonchic.com since 2008. She has been recognized by Vogue as an upcoming photographer and was recently featured on CNN.com’s Living Page and will be featured on WCVB's Chronicle on September 23. Martini resides in Boston and when she is not blogging she enjoys her work in education and child development policy.