I came across these on Made you Look. Neat, right? I can’t decide if I think they are legitimately from the 70’s or not. Perhaps! Either way, I like them, and that they’re “films.” A tiny drop more of information at Made You Look.
It’s a real pleasure to announce the two randomly chosen winners of yesterday’s giveaway!
Congratulations to Amanda!
I plan on getting more creative with the old things in my closet I’ve forgotten about. Scissors, bleach and bright colored dyes!!
Congratulations to Hilary Kate!
I’m so excited, I love spring and all the new delicious clothes I get to bring into my everyday life. I’ve gotten some awesome big and small flowy hats and dresses that i can’t wait to wear.
Hooray! Thank you all so much for participating! It’s always so much fun to see all your answers, and especially fun to read your thoughts on spring style this time around!
And if you didn’t win, don’t lose hope! As always, there are more giveaways close on the horizon…
Interested in winning a wallet and nail file or a phone holder and hair clip? Because we are interested in giving them away!
For a chance to win, all you have to do is leave a comment and answer the following question:
How are you planning on updating your wardrobe for spring? Anything special, unique colors, or silhouettes you’re into for spring?
Tell us about it in a comment, and tomorrow we’ll pick two comments at random. If your comment is one of the ones chosen, you win!
I am totally amazed by this piece by Lynette Andreasen! She found an antique silver platter and embroidered an outline of an old image of her father’s family onto it. When I first saw the top picture, I thought it was embroidered leather and that it was very cool – so you can imagine my reaction when I found it was a silver platter – even cooler! Check out Lynette’s pictures too; she has an interesting little artist’s statement there.
I love this quote from Alex Wang. Do you have any tricks to making your t-shirts or anything else (jeans, boots, etc) super comfy and worn looking? I like to wash new t-shirts, and stretch out the neck a bit. How about you???
found via accessory of crime
There are no words for this video other than totally awesome! Samsung paid these guys to go to Wales and put some LED lights on sheep and herd them into patterns to make different displays! The sheep were probably kind of confused, but boy did they help make some cool visuals! Check it out, it is just amazing!
P.S. Props to the sheepdogs too!
I know many of you may have already seen this video, but since I posted earlier today about the Hindu holiday Holi, I couldn’t resist posting this old video we have of two of our designers enjoying Holi at one of our factories in India. They happened to be there working during the festival that year, and had a blast celebrating with everyone! It looks like so much fun!