BY Laurie in General on Mar 03, 2009 |
Now I know these Target designer duds are sometimes hard to get your hands on, so I'm giving you advance warning on the cute, vintage inspired line coming down the pipe on May 17th from Tracy Feith. I had the opportunity to chat with the charming and creative designer (with his surfer dude good looks!) at the press preview a few weeks ago, and he explained to me that he wanted clothes that looked like something you would find on your best vintage store score, but ... Read More
BY Laurie in General on Mar 02, 2009 |
I went to see the amazing 3D version of Coraline last night, and I loved every minute of it! Written by the very talented Neil Gaiman (look for an interview with him in next months issue), it tells the story of a feisty little girl that gets sucked into a nightmare world of scary dolls and witchy mothers who steal childrens eyeballs and souls. It's beautifully crafted out of what looks like the Rankin and Bass style claymation, and the 3D stuff is trippy! I also ... Read More
BY Lisa in General on Mar 02, 2009 |
Word on the street (and by street I mean Fashionista) is that Beth Ditto's line for the U.K. store Evans is coming out sooner than expected, maybe even March! I can't WAIT to see it. If the clothes she's created are anything like the ones she rocks, it will be a stellar collection. I mean just look at these two outfits! Totally different, totally awesome. How does she do it?
left image via metromix, right image copyright PA ... Read More
BY Web Intern in General on Feb 27, 2009 |
PAP ART! Well I say props to Nancy Mizuno Elliott for curating this exhibition that's all about the vagina and women's health issues. Even though the show is currently only in Missouri at Truman State University (It's reception is March 17th), I'm still gonna follow the blog she created here about the exhibit and see if it will be coming my way any time soon. So, I'm just curious. What kind of thoughts go through your head while your uterus is getting swabbed? ... Read More
BY Web Intern in General on Feb 26, 2009 |
Amnesty International is running a new ad campaign in the UK. Their posters are being displayed on the trains ('tubes' if you're across the pond) and their message is getting a lot of attention; 'RAPE IS CHEAPER THAN BULLETS'.
For a nonchalant passer-by, this poster might not be doing its job. Some folks have deemed the ad offensive, as can be expected for any signage with 'bullets' or 'rape' present. For others it won't provoke any more than a 'what the ... Read More