Amazing photographs by Jean-Francois LepageRead More
Christian Louboutin Fall / Winter 2010 Collection
These are from the new collection:
Zebra style loafers and desert boots.
As we all know technology is changing. The music business is taking on new personalities – it’s been an era of trial and error. The way of the record industry no longer works in the digital age. We’ve seen different methods of music exposure through guerilla tactics like Nine Inch Nails to the Dark Night of the Soul collaboration with Sparklehorse, Danger Mouse and David Lynch. Times are changing and musicians are finding ways to be creative in the way that they get the music out to you.
Now comes the Music Tee.
Music Tee is an innovative way to expose the audience to music by embracing the technology that is available today.
How it works:
A limited edition tee gets printed featuring album art on the front, track list on the back and a code on the tag that allows you to download music.
Who it is:
Fashion and music fuses together with Wineberg and his partner Fred Siegel who built the Invisible DJ name. They set up a boutique shop in Los Angeles and have been selling music by pairing fashion [the tee] with the music [the download].
Spitfire frames at OAK, $46.
I bought these awesome glasses at a Saver’s the other day. They are so 60′s. I fell in love with them. So, I started searching for similar glasses on google and found these. I’m not sure if it is Twiggy… but, I searched for Twiggy glasses and this is what came out.
I would LOVVVVVVVE to have some of these. They’re just to hip.Read More
Nervous System is the creation of Jessica Rosenkrantz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg. They create experimental jewelry with nontraditional materials using rapid prototyping methods.
You can buy from them directly or through their Etsy Shop.Read More
T-post, a wearable magazine.
T-post have now allowed subscribers of T-post to wear their T-shirt in front of a web cam and play Rock, Paper, Scissors against the computer. The arm actually extends from the shirt.
The way it works: Every six weeks, subscribers will receive a new issue/tshirt in the mail. The news story is printed on the inside back of the shirt. A graphic artist’s design is printed in the front.
This recent issue is designed by Marc Strömberg. The stories revolve around exotic dance research to marijuana horticulture. f
Very exciting.Read More