What was your first experience with temporary tattoos? Perhaps a couple were packaged inside your breakfast cereal, back when they still packaged presents with your breakfast cereal. Maybe you had a book of them that you would cut out and apply. You would peel off the plastic, stick it to your arm, wet the cardboard…
At the request of Donatella Versace, Kate Moss was asked to change her hair colour for the upcoming Gianni Versace show in 1999. Always true to herself, Kate opted to dip her famously blonde locks in fuschia pink, perfectly dyed and runway-ready with the ends trimmed to perfection. She glided across the Gianni Versace Spring/Summer 1999 fashion show and showcased her iconic runway walk.
For almost all of us, jewelry is something we treasure. Its different than the t-shirts that hang in our closet or our shoes tossed carelessly by the door. Vancouver based jewelry brand, Wylden, makes a point to focus on the simple aesthetics we love. Founder, Trisha Lazaroo, has created a line of products that can be worn everyday paired with any outfit.
Lonelydots summer 2015 lookbook is all about creating the perfect mix of 70s vintage with a contemporary influence. The "Stone Free" collection takes us to a bohemian-disco paradise; with flowing and playful rompers, shorts, head ties, and other 70s inspired pieces. If you want to stand out and make a statement, Lonelydots collection delivers the trippy clothes that we love.
Gone are the days of victory rolls and cat-eye sunglasses Or are they? Rebecca, 27, of The Clothes Horse blog begs to differ. Her style is a fun mix of vintage clothing and novelty items which she shares with the world. When we came across her blog we just had to get to know the girl behind the red hair.
Where global responsibility meets artisan crafts - Joan Shifrin, CEO of Global Goods Partners (GPP), speaks up about making a difference by making sustainable connections that create positive change for artisans from developing countries.
What do the words "tribal" and "Parisian" have in common? Isabel Marant. Her view for summer is more natural and raw; "Tribal without being too literal" is how the designer described her Spring-Summer collection. Her visit to Togo, Ghana and Kenya 25 years ago left an enduring impression on Marant, and this collection definitely makes us dream of distant horizons and African skies.
A couple of years ago, T. wasn't doing so well. Feeling disappointed with the job market, she slowly developed a successful home-base jewellery line in Portland, now known as Upper Metal Class. T. jewellery designs are elegant, simple and edgy and will add glam to any style. We caught up with T. and gained an insight into her world, her family history, and her incredible commitment to community work.