Betty Draper was probably one of the least liked characters on Mad Men but her role and style will forever cement itself within pop culture history. The sunshine palette of the sixties will inevitably symbolize America’s obsession with materialism link to inner contentment–a fable people today still seem to buy. In this editorial though, that image, though inspirational, is being shed to make room the present–for reality.


Christian Kimberly @BlindFoto

Marissa Sallie @salthedirector

–makeup & hair
Katie Hughes @katiehughesmakeup

Sarah Jane Wotaszak @sarahjwotaszak


Felton Kizer @feltonkizer


Circus Magazine

CIRCUS aims to educate and enlighten the masses of the Generation-Y mindset and perspective–representing today’s young, beautiful and inspirational–our smart and sensational. CIRCUS will give voices to the underrepresented and will start the necessary movement of showcasing the opinions and ideas of our growing (but in the eyes of the current media) invisible intelligentsia. We’re all the stars of our personal CIRCUS–our lives–and we’re merely here to ensure no one misses the greatest shows the world has to offer.