BY Lan Truong in Style File on May 07, 2012 |
The necklace is probably my favorite accessory. It can glam up any old t-shirt or sweater, make your fancy dress look even fancier, and you don't have to take it off when you do the dishes.
Here is a small round-up of necklaces I'm currently lusting after.
Pyramid 3D Necklace, $14, bythecoco.etsy.com
--Bunting Necklace, $29, littlepancakes.etsy.com
--Cina Necklace, $38, needsupply.com
--Chevron Chain Necklace, $60, ... Read More
BY Lan Truong in Artsy on May 04, 2012 |
Finding cool and affordable art to hang on your walls can feel downright impossible. Sure, you can go to a big-box store and pick up some okay looking art in the home decorating section, but if you're on the hunt for some jazzier pieces for your walls, check out the following websites.1. 20x200: Prints start at just $20! That's right, $20! Prices go up to $200 for larger, more limited prints. Prints can be purchased unframed or framed (framed prints costs ... Read More
BY Lan Truong in Style File on Apr 26, 2012 |
Every year, my toes eagerly await the first week in which temperatures hover around 70°. According to weather.com, that won't happen in New York City until May 11th [insert loud groan here]. It's a ways off (don't get me started on the shitty weather the Northeast had to endure earlier this week), but just think-- now you have more time to find the perfect pair of open-toed shoes for the summer. Below are six of our favorites, which you can ... Read More
BY Lan Truong in Music Stuff on Apr 09, 2012 |
Reviewed by Adrienne Urbanski
On the quirky, synth-backed Destination Friendship, Iowa native, Internet sensation, and noted bedazzled-sweater collector Leslie Hall sings and raps about such unusual subjects as her fondness for cuddling and proper hydration during a dance party. “Here to Win” pokes fun at the lack of party prospects in rural Iowa, while “Crazy Now” is an ode to a completely bonkers paramour. On “Purchase ... Read More
BY Lan Truong in Music Stuff on Mar 28, 2012 |
Reviewed by Sheila Dichoso
We can barely believe it’s been four years since the Ting Tings released their feverish debut, because it still sounds young and fresh. Back in 2008, We Started Nothing made us feel as badass as tripping cheerleaders stealing mascara at the mall, and that’s fine, but so very high school. Their sophomore album, Sounds From Nowheresville, has a more seasoned, sultry attitude.
After touring their electro butts off on Nothing, ... Read More