By admin on February 3rd, 2013
Once in the not so far away past, tracksuits were typically confined to warm up clothing that runners and other track and field athletes wore prior to taking their competitive position for an upcoming event. However, today’s sports competition has made tracksuits an essential piece of any player’s kit. Furthermore, use of a training tracksuit is widespread throughout all of the sports universe. And, even in the track and field world, athletes can be seen wearing track suits when not actually competing in any upcoming event. Read full post…
By Maya McCarthy on February 1st, 2013
Andes Made is about excellence. Working with farmers and artisans in Bolivia, Andes Made creates luxurious accessories in alpaca and llama wool that express the excellence of the farms, the yarn and the workmanship. The excellence of Andes Made incorporates the highest commitment to organic and fair trade production, seeking to produce its luxury items with respect to the environment and the communities manufacturing the products.
Since 2008, Andes Made has produced its collections to be 100% organic, from farming through finished product, helping to transform the ancestral farming tradition to a sustainable model that maintains the local ecosystems. Andes Made stays true to the purity and simplicity of the wool.
By Lucas Coode on February 1st, 2013
New Balance is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and what better way to mark the occasion than by releasing some very special shoes: ML574 “Year of the Snake” Sneakers. Marketed in Japan by Mita Sneakers, the limited edition serpentine shoes pay homage to both the company itself and to 2013, the Year of the Snake according to the Chinese horoscope. Crafted from a variety of materials including some – such as black patent leather – not usually found on athletic shoes, NB’s model M574 sneakers are visually arresting while pushing the envelope of what’s deemed to be over the top in today’s special edition athletic show design. You mig
By Jake Allardyce on January 28th, 2013
In this sales period, many of you asked us some help in their search. Among your wishlist items was a good pair of shoes, elegant and resistant to the cold, snow and rain. These times, a big trend is the perforated cap-toe. So I have found some nice boots from a British brand called Loake. They meet all requirements regarding comfort and protection with a Goodyear welted rubber sole and a leather upper. Something to brave winter in the most elegant way! Of course, Ive tried to find a discounted pair
By Lucas Coode on January 22nd, 2013
If you live in the Northeast, you know how cold its been these last few days. Sure, weve experienced colder, but that doesnt mean its not frigid out there.
So what do you put on your kid to keep him/her warm? Well, if youre Katie Holmes you turn to J. Crew Crewcuts and theyre super lightweight, yet warm puffer coats. Thats what Suri is wearing in the pic above and despite the grimace she appears to be perfectly warm in her topper.
Want the same one for your kid? Unfortunately, the long powder puffer is all sold out in navy, but you can still get it in pink or yellow here:
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By Jake Allardyce on January 21st, 2013
FHM Magazine has been asking Marian Rivera to be their cover girl for four years, as their loyal readers have been clamoring for the gorgeous actress to appear in the magazine since she was launched by GMA-7 in the title role of Marimar. So great was her fans’ demand for her that she was crowned as the magazine’s “Sexiest Woman in the World” in 2008 despite not having done a sexy photo shoot. This was why it came as a big surprise when Marian finally granted the magazine’s wish this January 2013, gracing the cover of FHM’s 150th issue.
When asked why she chose to be an FHM cover girl only now, she explained that it was because of the issue’s timing.
“Ngayon lang kasi nag-swak ang mga gusto ko at gusto nila,” Marian was quoted as saying in an article on PEP.ph. “Kahit na