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Jan 13, 13.
1 Notes.

#fashion   #art  


Dec 3, 12.
7 Notes.

I went to the Everlane pop up shop yesterday and wanted to buy everything. It was all high quality and reasonably priced, especially the bags. I’ll own this one by the new year.
(via The Snap Backpack Military - Everlane)

I went to the Everlane pop up shop yesterday and wanted to buy everything. It was all high quality and reasonably priced, especially the bags. I’ll own this one by the new year.

(via The Snap Backpack Military - Everlane)

#everlane   #fashion   #pop up shop   #nyc  


Sep 27, 12.
2 Notes.

Lana’s day is more exciting than mine.

(via aliceandtrixieblog-deactivated2)

#lana   #fashion  


Aug 31, 12.
16 Notes.

Various headwear that I was given or found in the office.

#tumblr   #hats   #fashion  


May 8, 12.
47 Notes.

onetinyhand:

alexa chung.

onetinyhand:

alexa chung.

#fashion   #street style  


Jan 18, 12.
1206 Notes.

boston:

L.L.Bean marks 100 years with ‘Bootmobile’ tour
- The Maine retailer is launching its celebration with a special outdoor collection, a partnership with the National Park Foundation, and the debut of the “L.L.Bean Bootmobile.”

YES

boston:

L.L.Bean marks 100 years with ‘Bootmobile’ tour

- The Maine retailer is launching its celebration with a special outdoor collection, a partnership with the National Park Foundation, and the debut of the “L.L.Bean Bootmobile.”

YES

#ll bean   #fashion   #boots  


Dec 11, 11.
7 Notes.

Bowties for dogs.
#fashion   #dogs  


Sep 16, 11.
56 Notes.

putthison:

Dave Hill Visits New York Fashion Week: 2011

As a thank-you for all of the 1,600+ people who backed season two of our show, we sent our correspondent Dave Hill to New York Fashion Week to talk to fashion fans ranging from the exceedingly gracious Bryan Boy to the the exceedingly quiet “Natasha Finkel, Fashionista Feline of the Persian Persuasion.” (Cats can’t talk.)

As always, Dave made some new friends, some new LADY friends, and wowed the world with his dashing style and almost inhuman panache.

"statistically speaking, you’re in the eye of a poonstorm"

#Season Two   #Dave Hill   #Fashion   #Fashion Week   #Bryan Boy  


Sep 13, 11.
36 Notes.

charleshenry:

FineAndDandyShop.com fall collection of ties and bow ties. Woolly plaids, herringbone, corduroy, etc.

these guys are killing it.

charleshenry:

FineAndDandyShop.com fall collection of ties and bow ties. Woolly plaids, herringbone, corduroy, etc.

these guys are killing it.

(Source: FineAndDandyShop.com, via charleshenry)

#menswear   #ties   #fashion   #bowtie   #necktie  


Sep 8, 11.
55 Notes.

gq:

Fashion Week? It’s Also Thrashin’ Week!
A dispatch from GQ’s resident skater historian Cole Louison (whose kickass definitive history of skateboarding, The Impossible, is a must-read, but that’s a whole other subject):

Much as we celebrate Fashion Week, it has also fueled a pretty creative anti-culture. The celebrities, the paparazzi, the self-appointed security guiding sidewalk traffic while we try and get to work—there’s a lot to grumble about. But this year things seem to have reached a head. Maybe Anna’s entourage cut off the wrong people, or everyone’s still seething about 2010’s lumberjacking at Lincoln Center—and doesn’t that fucking tent gets bigger and more permanent-looking every year?—but for the first time a group of notable Uptowners have mobilized to launch a counter-event. Introducing Thrashin’ Week: a celebration of edgy music, counterculture, and all things decidely not FW. Held at the swank Stone Rose Lounge by Lincoln Center, within gawking distance of the great white tents, the event is a brainchild of nightlife gurus Gerber Group and energy drink Godhead Red Bull, who have erected a full-scale skateboard ramp INSIDE the lounge. Pro skaters will give demos and host clinics, with music by Motion City Soundtrack, London Souls, Terry Urban, and more. Events are open to the public. Leave your snakeskin boots at home.


"edgy music" and "counterculture" events don’t have corporate sponsors, don’t happen in swanky lounges, and are the product of "kids" in "the scene," not brainchild tastemakers/promotion companies.
People who are actually taking part in Thrashin’ Week will be running from cops outside of the Time Warner Center, not drinking free Red Bulls inside of it.

gq:

Fashion Week? It’s Also Thrashin’ Week!

A dispatch from GQ’s resident skater historian Cole Louison (whose kickass definitive history of skateboarding, The Impossible, is a must-read, but that’s a whole other subject):

Much as we celebrate Fashion Week, it has also fueled a pretty creative anti-culture. The celebrities, the paparazzi, the self-appointed security guiding sidewalk traffic while we try and get to work—there’s a lot to grumble about. But this year things seem to have reached a head. Maybe Anna’s entourage cut off the wrong people, or everyone’s still seething about 2010’s lumberjacking at Lincoln Center—and doesn’t that fucking tent gets bigger and more permanent-looking every year?—but for the first time a group of notable Uptowners have mobilized to launch a counter-event. Introducing Thrashin’ Week: a celebration of edgy music, counterculture, and all things decidely not FW. Held at the swank Stone Rose Lounge by Lincoln Center, within gawking distance of the great white tents, the event is a brainchild of nightlife gurus Gerber Group and energy drink Godhead Red Bull, who have erected a full-scale skateboard ramp INSIDE the lounge. Pro skaters will give demos and host clinics, with music by Motion City Soundtrack, London Souls, Terry Urban, and more. Events are open to the public. Leave your snakeskin boots at home.

"edgy music" and "counterculture" events don’t have corporate sponsors, don’t happen in swanky lounges, and are the product of "kids" in "the scene," not brainchild tastemakers/promotion companies.

People who are actually taking part in Thrashin’ Week will be running from cops outside of the Time Warner Center, not drinking free Red Bulls inside of it.

#nyfw   #fashion   #skateboarding   #new york   #counterculture  




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