Sedona Fashion Gets Back in the Saddle!

 

A lot has changed in Sedona, including local fashion, since Zane Grey’s The Call of the Canyon was filmed in the area in 1923, but our red rock skylines aren’t really fazed by 86 years. As the countdown begins for publication later this year of Arizona’s Little Hollywood: Sedona and Northern Arizona’s Forgotten Film History 1923-1973, the definitive story of Sedona’s place in movie history, we were excited to find that many of the backdrops from some of Red Rock Country’s most famous films are still accessible and unimpeded by houses and strip malls – what better locations for showcasing this season’s hottest Western wear? Paris and New York may have the runways, but we have the red rocks. Even our well-heeled models agreed: Nothing compares to Sedona’s natural beauty (not even the chunky turquoise jewelry that had everyone at the photo shoot making their Christmas wish lists early). So saddle up and take a look at Sedona scenery and fashion, then and now. What would you rather be wearing?

Text by Erika Ayn Finch. Photographs by Deb Weinkauff. Styling and art direction by Lynne Montedonico. Makeup and hair by Ginger Smith/Studio 4 Hair. Models: The Agency Arizona.

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MORE SEDONA MOVIE HISTORY: Johnny Depp in Dead Man, the last western film set, the making of Johnny Guitar, the return of actors Clint Walker, Edd “Kookie” Byrnes, Robert Horton, and Morgan Wood­ward, Oscar winner shooting spot, an interview with Tony Curtis, Sedona’s film legacy, an interview with Beatrice Welles

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