Bosq owners C. Barclay and Molly Dodge are known for their unique menu—and fashion style.
C. Barclay Dodge and wife Molly fell in love over food. The two met up in Southern California while still friends and explored the coast, visiting farms and markets. Fast-forward six years and the couple is celebrating the three-year anniversary of their restaurant Bosq in June—as well as the April arrival of their daughter, Lennon. In a town where safe menus often prevail, Bosq is decidedly adventurous. But besides creating beautiful food and a chic space in which to eat it, the couple also turns heads for their style. “We both grew up in families that took personal appearance very seriously. We always tried to look our best,” says Molly. From food plating to fashion sense, the Dodges approach it all with an artistic edge. 312 S. Mill St.
“My necklace is Jason Ross. He’s done a bunch of custom pieces for us, including my wedding ring. He mixes a ton of metals with leather and each piece is unique.”
“Dries Van Noten is known for fun, colorful prints. They fit perfectly, even though I’m 6 feet, 4 inches.” Pitkin County Dry Goods, 520 E. Cooper Ave.
“I’m not one for uncomfortable shoes since I’m on my feet all day, so I’m always looking for killer sneakers, and Maison Margiela has some of the coolest around. They’re perfect for dressing up or keeping it casual.” Pitkin County Dry Goods, 520 E. Cooper Ave.
“Hair and makeup by Salon Tullio, where I’m the manager.” 525 E. Cooper Ave., Ste. 207
“My kick-ass necklace is from Covet, and I think they have some of the coolest jewelry in town. This piece is one from their private label. Everything in there screams my name, with all their edgy, timeless, unique pieces.” 306 S. Mill St.
“If I could have a closet full of just these Zimmermann dresses, I would be the happiest woman in the world. They are all unique, sexy, extremely feminine, breezy, classy and classic.” Pitkin County Dry Goods, 520 E. Cooper Ave.
Photography by: Olive & West Photography