time to get creative…send us your costume ideas and photos!
i have a feeling the max costume will be big this year…
(the photo is of a max costume by christian joy, on display and for sale at space 15 twenty).
you can send your ideas and images to me, email@example.com, or upload your photos to our new flickr page!
thursday poll time…last week we asked about crop tops and almost half of you said you liked the encinitas ruffle cropped cami the best. me too!
well today is a hat kind of day (in philly at least)…which of these hats do you like the best?
the side tie cloche:
i love this idea…every sunday from 11am-6pm a one-of-a-kind diy market takes place at the old american can factory in brooklyn. each sunday a different “maker” creates their product live, giving visitors the chance to see how it is made. the makers specialize in a variety of crafts including jewelry, clothing, food and home décor. I definitely want to go one weekend – if any of you are attending, let us know!
luren, who used to work for our store display team, is curating a show at copy gallery…
it’s called desert. and it will probably leave you thirsty for more…
sorry, that sounds silly.
if you’re in philly, make it part of your first friday festivities. there, that’s better…
artists from philadelphia and los angeles are creating sculptures inspired by plants and structures of the desert using commonly found materials.
forgive me…this poll was created a few days early (b/c of my road trip) so i don’t have the results for last week’s poll…but, if you’re curious, you can look at edition 61 and find out what tight/sock was your favorite.
this week, we wanted to know what you thought about these shirt/dress/skirts! we love convertibility and versatility these days; hoping you do, as well. but which do you like the best?
the graphic cutout ponte dress…
and if you’re free tonight, check out the preview! right after, deitch studios generously hosts a benefit for printed matter, featuring industrial punk-and-dub duo, I.U.D. (lizzi bougatsos of gang gang dance and sadie laska of growing). djs tim lokiec and gary murphy play vintage house. tickets begin at $20 and include limited artist editions by elmgreen & dragset, jutta koether, tom sachs, and mungo thomson.
if you’re in boston this weekend – sunday, to be exact – stop by the sowa open market!
you’ll find painters, sculptors, photographers, clothing and jewelry designers, milliners, handbag designers, house wares, florists, bakers, local farmer’s produce and much more every week!
540 harrison ave. boston, ma
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