WhatIWore: Know someone who loves nothing more than camping out and sitting ‘round the fire? These gift ideas span from stocking stuffers to bigger splurges and could work for a guy or gal! Pocket Outdoor Survival Guide - a cute little stocking stuffer with loads of tips and tricks for spending time in the great outdoors. Firestarter - I’ve got a huge respect for those who can start a fire with minimal matches or any fuel! State or National Park Pass - Annual passes start anew January 1, which make Christmas the perfect time to give one as a gift! High Quality Sleeping Bag - This one falls into the splurge category, so best for an avid camper that could use an update. Waterproof Outdoor Blanket - I’m such a sucker for red and black plaid and this one looks extra snuggly. Dutch Oven - Every fall my family makes a huge batch of chilli in a similar pot over the fire. Enamelware Coffee Pot - Honestly, I just want this for my own campsite! Cute First Aid Kit - I like things that are ka-yoot.
The cherry blossom girlfashion productionFor The Love Of PrettyTHE STYLE SCOUT - London Street FashionKendi EverydayThe Blonde SaladBUENOS AIRES STREET STYLE >> ON THE CORNER >>onthecorner.com.arPrepagandaThe SartorialistCheapChicDaily - fabu-less finds under $100Style BubbleFashion Week Moves Tents, Stays UpbeatAs the home of New York Fashion Week, Bryant Park is, to much of the world, synonymous with fashion. That is a fitting distinction since its wide-open lawn is also commonly referred to on Seventh Avenue, where famous designers like Donna Karan, Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrera have their offices, as the backyard of the garment district. So when the New York catwalks were centralized under a big tent there in 1993, it made a poignant narrative to show the clothes just a couple of blocks from where they were being created. Sure, there were plenty of people then, as there are now, who thought it was perfectly appalling that a bunch of fashion designers should be allowed to take over just about the only patch of open green space in Midtown for their invitation-only affair. It may not have been obvious why fashion mattered to the thousands of tourists and commuters who walked by each day, irritated by the traffic, excited by the celebrities, bemused by the outfits.
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