Push The Movement ™ Instagram : Takenwith_ my shit lyrical: (Source: baseballnonsense) (Source: atlusshrugged) Dead Trendy – Bones: A Fashion Statement? « The Model Management Blog Leer en espanol> This is a post about ‘skellingtons’ and fashion. Yup, it’s time to start chewing on yer bones, or so it seems, as skeletons -and death- are ‘dead’ trendy. They are seen all over the haute couture catwalks, as we saw them at Gaultier and Givenchy with even burlesque star Dita von Teese playing the lovely bones as you can see here in my post forThe Wam Bam Blog. Calaveras (that’s skeletons in Spanish fer ya English folks) remind me of Frida Kahlo – Riccardo Tisci’s inspiration for Givenchy’s fab haute couture collection – you can see it here in my review of Paris Couture Fashion Week for The Model Management Blog.
Design your own shoes Product Name: Sneaker Customization Kit Background research: As summer rapidly approaches, I’m beginning to notice that I need some new sneakers. But I’m starting to realize: either the shoes I like are too expensive or the ones that are affordable, I’m not so crazy about the way they look. Then it dawned on me, what if I were able to create a sneaker that perfectly matched my style & clothes that were already in my closet as opposed of buying a shoe, then having to go buy more things to go with it. Hypothesis: With the sneaker customization kit, I can create my own personal design to whatever sneaker I choose. The Experiment: I took a pair of sneakers that I barely wore, removed the laces, grabbed a couple of “sneaker preparation wipes,” cleaned off the sneakers, & let my imagination do the rest.
ENTER THE NINJA “ If we look at the world with a love of life, the world will reveal its beauty to us. ” by Daisaku Ikeda (via psych-facts) (Source: onlinecounsellingcollege, via explicitlydope) Let’s make the Armin Arlert the most reblogged picture on Tumblr. mymompickedthisurl: thewinchesterswagger: (Source: mspandrew, via superspacedandy) Blogging 101: How to Start Your Own Personal Style Blog Photo credit Over the last few months, we’ve been interviewing some of the most fabulous girls in the blogging community for our Blogger Inspiration series. We’ve learned about their styles, as well as who they are and what they do, but so far, we haven’t looked at what it takes to be a style blogger yourself. Judging from your comments, many of you have already started your own style blogs, or have at least considered it.
Fashion Illustration by Inslee I come to you with a report from the front lines of the war against 5 inch heeled wedding shoes. I stand before you victorious. I know you all have been on pins and needles, waiting for this report. Afterlife-Inspired Fashion - The Dead Castle Project 2012 Spring/Summer Lookbook is Eerily Stylish The Dead Castle Project Spring/Summer 2012 collection for men and women is showcased in a rather eerie lookbook shot in an oceanside cemetery. The lookbook is complete with headstones and feelings of death as the models are dressed in gloomy clothing, including graphic tee-shirts bones, skulls and crosses. Dead Castle Project -- a Sydney-based label -- is well-known for combining a variety of styles in their collections from surf to skate to grunge and its 2012 Spring/Summer collection is no exception. Featuring plenty of black, the models in the graveyards appear disinterested and unperturbed by the fact that they are surrounded by dead bodies inches beneath the surface. This collection by Dead Castle Project is also infused with a slight dose of badass and authority as showcased in the tee-shirt that reads 'Cool Kids Can't Die." Check out the label's website for more graveyard-inspired styles.
Sports Fashion New Jack City Jackets For Men April 25th, 2012 Posted in Brands, Color, Jackets, Men, New Jack City The Selvedge Yard The Selvedge Yard is proud to offer Silver Piston jewelry in our online shop here. “As a kid growing up in the 70s and 80s, I was always intrigued by old buffalo nickels. I used to get them from my grandfather and would eventually spend them on candy. As a jewelry maker, they’re a cornerstone to a lot of my jewelry. It all started a couple of years ago when I bought a bag of them off eBay to see what could be done with them. One day I was in the studio working on a half inch wedding band for a friend.