As if the excitement of a weekend filled with award-winning films, art installations and food trucks wasn’t enough, people took to the streets to showcase their best True/False Film Festival fashion. In day two of the festival, not a cloud filled the sky as people from all over came to Columbia enjoy the scene. In search of the perfect True/False attire, I walked the streets of downtown and met some amazing people. It's refreshing how fashion has the power to bring people together and spark conversation. However, the art of fashion and personal style is no stranger to the city of Columbia. These trend-setters are sure to bring you major inspiration vibes. In lieu of New York Fashion Week still on the mind, trends such as mix-and-match denim, color blocking and scarfs made their debut from some amazing style stars. Stay a while, and get inspired.
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Peace Frame Productions was working on a documentary about the Missouri Symphony when the COVID-19 pandemic began. Matt Schacht, owner of Peace Frame Productions, and Aaron Phillips, the documentary’s director of photography, are able to continue filming by practicing social distancing and u…