At the moment I'm having trouble keeping track of just how many of my friends and former colleagues have seen their magazines and jobs fall victim to this "times is tough" economy. However, instead of sitting around discussing their Cobra payments, people are branching out with cool, new creative projects. Take former Jane and Page Six Magazine fashion editor, Kelley Culp. She just launched this crazy cute line of aprons called Smocks that are literally cut like dresses thanks to Kelley's design school background. She buys up chic fabric remnants to make the styles, so they're all limited edition prints. And the product descriptions are perfectly editorial which we, of course, appreciate. Stay tuned over the coming weeks as we check in on some other former magazine types to see what they've got in the works.