As the fall approaches, you don't have to say goodbye to the fruits and flowers that colored your summer. Artist Claire Nereim captures the garden in her vibrant and graphic posters. They're sure to add a little California to any room in the house, whatever your ZIP code may be. Even in winter, her "Seasonal Vegetables of California" (above) screenprint will have you thinking 'endless-bounty-and-sunshine', not 'impending-blizzard-of-doom'. (Oh, the joy of ... Read More
I confess -  I've been a huge product junkie ever since I could bike to Rite Aid and drool at the rows of eyeshadows and press-on nails. At the ripe age of 12, I was introduced to Sephora and subsequently spent all of my allowance buying neon eyeliners and beauty tools a middle schooler had absolutely no uses for.  Ten years later, I wish I could go back in time and slap little Erina in the face with a piggy bank. But when I do need to pick up a few ... Read More
Worn Fashion Journal is amazing for so many reason, but the fact that they've given the internet this 60 second clip of every outfit Cher Horowitz wore in Clueless makes me love them even more.  The internet can never have enough Cher Horowitz so thank you to Wornette Daniel Reis for making the internet a better place. To check out this amazingness, head over to WornJournal.com. As if!In other adorable Clueless news, here's a Clueless reunion ... Read More
Vogue Italia was doing so well with their well-intended plus-sized model issue, but then they had to go and mess up their good PR with this monstrously tacky naming of a trend on the Vogue Italia website. They've always been one to push the envelope, but this time, I literally don't know what they were thinking. As of Monday morning, they replaced "slave" with with the word "ethnic," but is that really any better?  I never understood fashion's ... Read More
A young American woman strolls down a side street of Florence, Italy.  Along the way men jeer at her, shouting crude complements in the hopes of catching her eye for just a moment.  She is unfazed outwardly, her scarf a protective shield from their world as she continues on her way.  Although this image is from 1951, it could easily have happened today.  When I first saw this picture I empathized completely with the woman, and not only because ... Read More
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