Monday, January 30, 2012
Friday, June 25, 2010
I stumbled onto Ashley's fashion blog, and guess what, we Heart It! It's rare these day to be really inspired, and truly moved by fashion originality. Ashley describes herself as "That daring, darling fashion blogger" And she couldn't be more right. I was like "Rumi who," and I was also like " tell that fashion-toast ho that she's got some competition on the block." This girl is doing all the street style poses in the book but adds her own flair to them, which is what I really love about her. Enjoy!
Look: "Moms Night Out"
Look: "Just Being Free"
Look: "Hand Hearting Something Random"
Look: "Bored + Coffee"
Look: "Look Down Pose"
Look: "look down+plus bum vibe"
Look: "I mean I know its tacky but
I pull off the platform and socks thing well
oh, plus this tiny and sort of
ironic designer bag"
Monday, April 26, 2010
This season narcissism has teamed with standing/posing on things that you normally would not. It's an unexpected pairing that has delivered some outstanding results. We are just starting to heart this trend; we have a semi-heart-on for it. Some ideas for things to stand or sit on: a tombstone (a little goth, but hey that's an acceptable reference point these days,) a sculpture, baroque furniture, or high up on a tree. Can't wait to see how this trend evolves.
Friday, April 23, 2010
This spring, (it's spring right?), partially died hair is a very strong trend. We heart it! This is a "have your cake and eat it too" type
trend. To clarify, if you are partially passionate about updating your attempts at self expression try bleaching and then dying just the
tips of your hair. It's a way of paying homage to your adolescence and that time when you where 13 when dying or bleaching healthy
baby hair was a way to say "fuck you mom." This trend is an update to that, try it, heart, hate it, change it.
Posted by Logan at 3:12 PM
It's April so rain showers are trending right now. Unpredictable weather, socio-economic uncertainty, regime changes... we believe all these things are causing culture consumers to rethink and revisit the boring old umbrella. This is an emerging trend, but we believe that the re-emergence of the Umbrella has a lot to do with greater social issues that are also inextricably linked to weather which is inextricably linked to humankind etc... But they are also stylish and functional and can be an unexpected form of self expression (blah blah blah.)