BY Laurie in Style File on Feb 15, 2011 |
I was extremely stoked to get an invitation to attend the Rodarte Fall 2011 Runway show today.
Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the creative sisters behind the label presented a dreamy and inspirational collection that was very "prairie princess" inspired. I saw a lot of hand crafted embellishments, embroidered geometric patches and sweaters that totally looked like hand knit 1970's relics from a lucky thrift score.
The palette was all earthy taupe's, pale blues and ... Read More
In high school, were (or are) you a nerdy chic girl who secretly coveted the varsity jackets that all the jocks wore? Did you want one, but didn’t want to go out for a sport that you hated, knowing that even if you got a varsity jacket to love it wouldn’t truly represent you?
Now the fine t-shirt and print designers at Death Traitors have heard your pleas, and are releasing a super cute black varsity jacket that perfectly suits Death Traitors ... Read More
BY Janelle in Style File on Feb 10, 2011 |
To honor the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), Matt Snow of Baltimore based Ex-Boyfriend, will be fundraising to donate all profits directly to the foundation. Starting March 14th through April 14th, anyone who purchases Snow’s designed keychain bottle-openers or magnets will receive free shipping and will be directing donating to SPCA.
Other items purchased (hoodies, totes, tee-shirts, etc.), are subject to The Sadie Fund, where ... Read More
Beloved by BUST, Species by the Thousands shop is launching a new line of houseware and jewelry as part of their upcomming collection! Lovers of pastoral and “bohemian shabby chic” aesthetics and interestingly obscure trinkets will certainly enjoy many of the items they have up for sale in their supermarket.
Just check out these items here!
A very cozy looking pillow indeed; I know I’d snuggle up with that beard.
My personal ... Read More
BY Mary S in Style File on Jan 27, 2011 |
Russia's Orthodox Church recently advocated more modest dress; top church official Archpriest Vsevolod Chaplin, who previously said that mini skirts "provoke" men, complained of women "either scantily clad or painted like a clown"- strong words, the article points out, in a country like Russia, where dressing up, wearing a lot of makeup, and good grooming are often the norm for women.Though this conversation isn't new, it does bring up issues about ... Read More