more photos taken by our producer!
chillin’ at the hotel
down by the river…
the bagel shop
church of st. peter and st. paul
the sedlec ossuary
chapeau, their favorite local bar
the streets of prague at night
I’m almost done with Winter, aren’t you? I’m bored of the dull weather and more importantly the DULL colour scheme in my wardrobe!
So I’ve decided. Note to self- that from now on I’m going to introduce a little bit of ditsy floral into the mass of Grays, Blacks, and Browns that are over consuming my rails. I thought maybe it will work as a “perk me up” and contribute to the excitment of spring that follows. You never know.
This morning I created myself a little capsule wardrobe from the New In items on the web. So many beautiful items have been launched this week!
All that’s left to do now is count the days until Spring.
philly is getting a new farmer’s market, and it looks like a good one!
the weekly market starts tomorrow will take place every saturday at the piazza at schmidts between 10am and 2pm. supposedly this will be the largest farmer’s market in the city, with a huge variety of seasonal vegetables, fruits and meat from more than 20 farmers. plus each vendor meets one or more of the following criteria: local, sustainably grown, ethically raised, free range, hormone free, pesticide free, organic, raw and/or grass fed. nice!
happy friday everyone! i have a special treat for you today- our image team put together an awesome calendar for everyone at the home office, and we’re going to offer it to you all as a download each month!
since we’re already halfway through the month, today you get both january and february- just click on the images to go to our flickr page, download the large size, and enjoy :)
wow, we had a huge turnout for last week’s poll on swim styles! 895 votes! the majority went to the blossom printed ruffle one piece, with 343 votes.
this week i want to ask about some of our novelty denim styles – we have a bunch of new ones and i want to know which you like best!
the kensie denim romper:
or the fp knit waistband jean:
as of this morning american red cross had already raised $3 million to support relief efforts in haiti through their mobile fund-raising campaign! all you have to do is text “haiti” to 90999 to send a $10 donation to the red cross (will be added to your phone bill). 100% of the donations will support relief efforts in haiti, with a primary focus on food, shelter and basic needs.
here are some other organizations you can make a donation to, as well as information on what your donation would go towards:
americares – medicine, medical supplies
care – food, water and sanitation, shelter and emergency health response
doctors without borders – hospital repair, doctors and medical supplies
habitat for humanity – recovery & rebuilding
international medical corps – medical supplies, medicine, emergency kits
mercy corps – food, water, temporary shelter
salvation army – water, food, medicine, transportation
unicef – water, nutrition, education and emergency relief
world food programme – food
yele haiti – various relief efforts; text “yele” to 501501 to automatically donate $5 to the yele haiti earthquake fund.