Archive for April, 2012
By Jake Allardyce on April 14th, 2012
PNLDR was launched in May 2010 as a members only flash sales online shop. It is owned by Karmaloop so their limited-time sales are often about premium streewear brands such as 10 Deep, Crooks Castles, Black Scale, Obey I even stumbled upon Naked Famous there once! Today Plunder, as it should be pronounced, releases a nice lookbook for the launching of its own denim label called Spool and Thread.
To brass bloggers were invited to take part in this campaign, somehow our competitors (:D) from Vibe, GQ, One Man’s Style, FashionIndie and Canned Youth. Outfits featured in the lookbook are based on Spool and Thread denim pieces mixed with PLNDRs regular deliveries. P
By Maya McCarthy on April 13th, 2012
A coworker sent me a link to these illustrations by the white deer, I love how soft and romantic they are! I got lost for a little while scrolling through her tumblr looking at all the lovely images
Lots more here.
By admin on April 10th, 2012
Sometime women handbags are their best friends. That’s what makes a woman appreciate a handbag for what it is worth. A handbag is a great accessory to have for any type of lifestyle. It can show off your personality and even change your mood especially when you set out to buy a new one. Women’s handbags are often a necessity when leaving the house because it contains the everyday stuff you need such as pads, make-up, license, and of course money. With the perfect handbag a woman can appear elegant and fashionable. Depending on what you plan on using your handbag will help you decide on which one to get.
By Maya McCarthy on April 7th, 2012
Ecological and fashionable – an antithesis? Definitely not! That’s what two student associations from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland plan on presenting at the eco fashion event Un-Dress. Discover the modern side of sustainable fashion and be inspired by the variety of eco-fashions on Friday 30th March.
Immerse into the world of eco fashion by listening to pioneers of sustainable textile production who will speak about their experiences. Isabelle Quéhé, founder of Ethical Fashion Show, will narrate how she has built up this pioneering trade event that is attracting new brands every year. Ada Z
By Lucas Coode on April 4th, 2012
Stout men considering moving to China should be prepared some direct critiques from the country’s ad agencies. Though you may think you’re just slightly overweight, that package of “Fat Guy Briefs” in your shopping cart dares to accuse otherwise. It’s not just one manufacturer, either, and this has to do with the brutally honest Chinese product description being translated into English without the application of diplomacy. Take the package above, from Huilu. It’s l
By Jake Allardyce on April 2nd, 2012
She may have already established herself in the international world of fashion, but Josie Natori is not one to forget her roots. The designer (and one of Female Network’s 100 Amazing Filipinas!) recently unveiled the Spring/Summer 2012 collection for Josie by Natori with an intimate house party. The line, which caters to a younger demographic, is all about easy, carefree pieces in light fabrics and punchy patterns—perfect for the Filipino summer.
At the event, models bedecked in pieces from the collection walked around the space, allowing guests like Preview editor-in-chief Pauline Juan and bag designer Amina Aranaz-Alunan to inspect the garments up close. M