THE MENASCO EDIT | Sunday Paper | Written by Milton Menasco & Photography by Elizabeth Hay
WESTERN SET DESCENDING - Milton Menasco sets their sights on the Bright Light City
Prepare yourselves, because Cowtown is desert bound. For as long as we all can recall, Western Culture has descended upon the glittering streets of Las Vegas, Nevada to ring in the pinnacle of western sport, the National Finals Rodeo. And the team at Milton Menasco is more ready than ever.
“Our elevated cowgirl chic will take on the bright city lights of Las Vegas once again,”says owner Alli Addison, “with a juxtaposition of fine western tailoring mixed with lux vintage pieces and feminine detailing.”
Having made a splash at the 2022 National Finals Rodeo, this year’s shindig goal has become all about upstaging, well, themselves. “I’m not sure where to begin, but what we do this year absolutely must kick our ass from 2022. In my head, what we’ve conceptualized is epic. Will it turn out as glorious as I am imagining when push comes to shove? I haven’t a clue,” she continues.
But she goes on to divulge a few in-the-know tidbits. “Make sure to check in and read your Sunday Paper as we lay out our own NFR plans, talk rodeo fashion forecasting, throw in some styled sneak peeks, give hints as to who we are working with and so much more.”
Check back as we dive into Volume 01 of The Menasco Edit Sunday Paper just a little deeper, with all it has to offer. Up next, an early investigation into how Ralph Lauren's recent SS24 presentation at New York Fashion Week may very well shape the fashion at this year's National Finals Rodeo. Because nothing says Americana Glam like Ralph Lauren and Rodeo.
Happy Sunday reading.