This striking young 8 year old is Arlo Weiner, the son of Matt Weiner, producer of The Sopranos and Mad Men. He is so cool! Arlo has been creating his own looks since the age of 3, when he asked his parents to get him a top hat. GQ has an awesome little article about him that I bet you’ll like, and they have a slideshow featuring some of Arlo’s favorite outfits, which is where I got the pictures above. Definitely worth checking out!

D -Mar 12, 2009, 9:57PM
wow. that is outrageous but pretty amazing. egotrippingatthegates.blogspot.com
Alexandra -Mar 12, 2009, 9:39PM
So cute! He looks like a young Chuck Bass!

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milk in stitches

These fun milk cartons were designed by hattomonkey, and I think they are really interesting! Why aren’t more labels colorful and cross-stitched looking?
Via Black*Eiffel.

light tree

These awesome light trees, created by designer Alexander Lervik, are made with a steel frame and tons of plastic fibre. The light source is a projector that lets you make the tree any color you want, and the tree can of course be outside or inside. I want one! I want three! I would put them inside, if i had room, how awesome would that be?!

office feet


Chloe -Mar 14, 2009, 12:36AM
I usually look like #3 but love #6. The color. The bow. The Suede. sigh... Such a sucker for bows. what does it mean? Love, Chloe C.
FP Megan -Mar 13, 2009, 1:35PM
The braided clogs are Frye! But I got them a looooong time ago on ebay. Luv old Frye's, I have a large collection.

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cindy riccardelli

I am obsessed by Cindy Riccardelli‘s jewelry right now! I love the huge masses of beads and how textured and chunky her work is. As much chunky jewelry is out there these days, I haven’t seen any quite like these – they really make a statement! I love the colors too, especially the first one! Cindy also paints and makes dolls- you can see all of her work, including a lot more jewelry, here on her site!

andrea -Mar 11, 2009, 3:34PM
these are amazing!

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marie antoinette

Um, holy cow! These limited edition Marie Antoinette heels by Christian Louboutin run a very steep $6,295.00! Only 36 pairs were made, all of which have already been purchased.
My question to you is, $6,000 aside, do you like them? Bleach Black, which is where I saw them, hates them. I’m not so sure about the ankle strap, or the yellow color really, but I love the purple and red trim going all around the edge. I love trim around the edges of shoes! What do you guys think?

Rachel -Sep 08, 2009, 12:21PM
o my gosh-SO gorgeous. BTW, i LOVE this site!!!
Lindsay -Mar 12, 2009, 11:16AM
ick...not liking these too much. they're WAY overdone...but as far as making a statement about marie anttoinette they serve there purpose quite well. However, I would never wear them...or touch them with an eleven foot pole. the little ship on the top of the strap is pretty cute though...

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a horsey dress

Can you believe this amazing dress that the girls at Anthro created?! I love it! It appeared in 543 today!

Now we see why it has horses next to it!
So much detail!
The back…
Close up of the front…

B -Mar 11, 2009, 1:30PM
oh.my.god. wearable art!!!!
wholesale clothing -Mar 10, 2009, 11:11PM
wow, its looks very nice i never seen that before you've made a good dress i love the style. specially the design with the horse. but i wonder why you choose the horse will be the design of that dress? -altheya-

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Watch the models work it in the studio!
Check out the catalog online or shop all the new stuff!

cat -Mar 16, 2009, 2:55AM
What happened to the beautiful exotic location and artsy layout in this catalog? the photos are just as beautiful as your clothes! hoping this is just a phase, cat
Lucy -Mar 11, 2009, 3:23PM
Wow! This video is really great. It shows how much effort is put into behind the scenes and how many poses there are for just one item! Plus the fast forwarded motion is unlike any other conventional behind the scenes video, this one is sooo good! =) the music fits too.

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folding sunglasses

The buying team took a trip to New York a couple of weeks ago to go to the tradeshows and do some shopping. We were in Fabulous Fanny’s in the east village and spotted these amazing vintage folding sunglasses. We each bought a pair!
They come in very unique shapes and fold up to fit in a little pouch. Mine were a little big, so the shop owner used this machine that heats the frames and shaped them to fit my face better! The shop specializes in vintage and antique eyewear, and has other great vintage accessories too.
check out Free People sunglasses too:)

megan whitmarsh

I’m loving these embroideries by Megan Whitmarsh! Aren’t they awesome? See more on her site.

Natasha works on a mock.

I love the dress Ryanne is wearing today!
Meredith & Jamie working away!
Fritz casts a glance my way as he cutely guards the buyer’s room…
These bowls of different colored dye look really cool!
Oanh takes a break from dyeing to discuss labels with Jessie.
Steph chuckles at my not-so-sneaky approach…
Johanna creating some sequined sweetness.

Laura Wiertzema -Mar 13, 2009, 12:43AM
OMG. Can you tell Oanh hello for me? I went to CSULB with her (studying fashion design!) I am the VM at the Anthropologie in Newport Beach CA. I had no idea she worked for the company! What a small world!
yttr -Mar 10, 2009, 12:19PM
yeah, ryanne's dress is amazing. whoever gave her that must be really incredible.

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barcode revolution

Barcode Revolution creates these specialized barcodes for a number of major Japanese brands. I love them! I have often wondered why we don’t do something creative with barcodes – I hope this idea makes it to the US!
Also, don’t you think one of these would look cool as the graphic on a tee-shirt? Maybe the castle one…
Via HoobyPrincess.

johnd -Mar 12, 2009, 12:34PM
actually, i've seen target do this on a hangtag for their reusable bag program. they have trees "growing" out of the bar code. cleverness for sure.

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