puttin on the fritz…(that’s this guys’ name, by the way – fritz)
be well and keep warm and rock on!
meet our store operations intern!
what is your theme song?
can i kick it? / a tribe called quest
If you could go anywhere in the world, free of cost, where would you go?
back to TANZANIA or south africa
if you were stranded on an island, what three things would you want with you?
an endless supply of whiskey, a rugby ball and my ipod with dock (solar powered of course).
what is the one article of clothing you can’t live without?
my hoodies hoodies HOODIES
what is your biggest fear?
not being able to do what makes me happy.
winter, spring, summer or fall?
summa summa summa time
what color are you?
what is your motto?
there’s no reason not to be nice.
what is your favorite hobby?
anything and everything involving rugby / finding new bands :)
if you could spend a day with anyone – dead or alive – who would it be?
neil patrick harris. it would be legendary.
we’re going to be moving into a new building down at the navy yard next year, and the other day i decided to walk over and check it out. as you can see, construction is underway, so i wasn’t allowed in without a hardhat…
you can kinda tell from the picture above…our buildings are right on the delaware river, which is awesome. i like the water.
the roof is torn off right now and i thought it looked really cool with the sunlight coming in…
i also saw this sweet van :)
i’ll be sure to keep you all posted on the progress of our new building!
i first heard about the artist nick cave when i saw a post about him on our brooklyn we the free store’s blog. then a reader on our blog suggested checking him out and i couldn’t put off posting about him anymore. cave is a chicago based artist who is also a trained dancer and former clothing designer…all of which is evident in the creations he makes, called “soundsuits”, because of the noise they make when moved around in. he uses a variety of found materials to create the soundsuits, which can stand on their own as artwork or be worn by dancers as performance art. here are some of them…they’re pretty wild…
i wasn’t able to find a website for nick cave, but you can find more info about him on the website for the jack shainman gallery in new York, where he has recently shown his work.
hope everyone is enjoying their day so far…how about some thursday poll action?
last week i asked about sweaters, and the most votes (28%) went to the voluminous fairisle sweater!
this week i wanted to ask you all about the outfits in our holiday boutique…we have looks for any holiday occasion, and you can check them all out here. so which look do you love the most?
fight off cabin fever with fuzzy hats, feminine tops, distressed denim and tall strappy boots:
sparkle, shine and be the life of the party in these sequin skirts, tops and accessories:
throw on a leather jacket with some lace layers and stylish shoes to go window shopping in the city:
add some sparkle to a simple dress with standout accessories that are the icing on the cake:
get dressed up and deck the halls in these romantic shift dresses:
be the epitome of fashionably late in these trend-right dresses and jumpers, fur accessories and shoes:
get noticed by that special someone under the mistletoe with these eye-catching items:
warm up in these coats, tights and boots for a winter evening sleigh ride:
finding a great vintage item (especially t-shirts for me) is like stumbling upon your own personal treasure. it’s unique and personal and immediately special.
these photographs were brought in by our marketing manager, who recently discovered them at her grandmother’s house. she’s trying to come up with a cool way to display them at home…they’re of her grandparents in their younger years, and not only are they awesome because they’re vintage, but they’re simply great photos too. check ‘em out… as you can see the sizes are different than your typical 3×5 or 5×7. if you have any great ideas, i’m sure she’d love suggestions :)