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October 13, 2009 The Jibsheet >\> FEATURES 13 " Riley Hartwell ASSISTANT FEATURES EDITOR Logan Neitzel is a 26 yearold up and coming fashion designer from Seattle who expresses his inner creativity through the clothes he creates. He is hard working, self reliant and confident; all this stems from growing up in a small town in southeastern Idaho with a very strong, close family. "I remember looking down at my grandfather's work-wornhands when I was young and thinking 'this man has worked his whole life and every scar, wrinkle, and crack told a story ' ... someday I want to look down at my own hands and see the same thing," said NeitzeL As a kid he was described as a loner and very independent. After high school, Neitzel branched out from his family and went to the Art Institute of Seattle where he received his associate degree in fashion design. From that point on he has debuted a line in a Seattle fashion show, has his own website that features his spring 2009 looks, a fashion Local designer makes it rain in Seattle blog, a gallery of his line and is Being that he is the only straight,  FR!!E BIRTH on the current season of Project single, young guy does help, You may quaUfyfor Runway. but it's his non- cocky, positive As a Project Runway attitude, which attracts the contestant,the pressure is extreme females on the show to him. He and brought on by tight deadlines, doesn't even seem to notice. difficult challenges and a stressful Not only is he attractive CONTROL environment. Designers have to but also talented and showcases stretch themselves to think outside the box. Sometimes contestants even make clothes out of raw. materials, such as recyclables or food, and this season, a dress made out of newspaper. Even under all these tense circumstances, Neitzel always seems to remain calm and laid back on camera. He simply does what he can do best and goes with the flow. However, his edgy fashion designs aren't the only thing getting attention on the show. Neitzel has earned the reputation of the "hot designer" by ill the models on the show and even some of his fellow designers; designs that are avant-garde, edgy, rocker chic, with just a twang of a badass futuristic feel. He takes all these different genres and creates what he likes to refer to as "more so as art than clothes." He follows an artist approach to fashion in comparison to the commercial clothes worn by everyone A good example of this would be the black leather and tulle gown that turns into a zipped up romper when the tulle train is detached. The sea of intricately' sewn tulle plays off the sleek, form-fitting leather that turns the punk rock Cinderella into a provocative hipster. He uses leather, studs, torn up skinny jeans, even a hint of tie-dye to bring all these different elements together. Neitzel draws inspiration from all sorts of fashion icons and designers. He idolizes Karl Lagerfeld, would love to dress Kate Moss, and gets his ideas from the latest issue of Vogue magazine. Theyoung fashion designer is making waves in the fashion world and doing it with a nonchalant style that critics and women are eating up. FEATURES@THEJIBSHEET.COM for one full year through Take Charge Take Charge is a Washington 5tate Medicaid program for patients without insurance and subject to strict Federal guidelines. Learn if you qualify at gnw.org/takeaharge covered include: All birth control methods including: birth control pill, patch, implant, vaginal ring, shot, IUD, condoms and sterilization (vasectomy or tubal ligation) * Annual exam and birth control methods education , Testing for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea during the annual exam (for women 25 and younger) Emergency contraception (Fees will apply for services that are not related to family planning.) 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