Today’s fashion post is for men and women. The Sartorialist is one of my favorite blogs to read because you get to see what people are actually wearing on the street (not just what fashion designers think we should be wearing), all over the world!
Here’s the story: Six FIT students designed and modeled their paper garment creations in response to a request from the Italian premiere paper manufacturer Gruppo Cordenons located in Milan. Their representative, Ellen Van Zandt, met with Marilyn Hefferen, the Fashion Design Department’s Contest Coordinator, and
You’re not still doing that are you? Writing your name on things? We’re not against you claiming your stuff, just against you doing it the old fashioned way. Enter the Trodat Clothing Stamp. You can customize it with your name and/ or a border, graphics
I know it’s summertime and all of these “outfits” (or whatever men would call them) probably sound like hot death. But fall is quickly approaching and cooler temperatures allow for layering and more exciting outfits. I stumbled upon a great blog – Suitorial – which
This is when you know you have a problem. When you start noticing office supplies in places you would never expect. In the Vogue July 2010 magazine there is a photo shoot entitled The Bright Side. Subtext reads – “The Season’s looking optimistic with sharp,
My friend Brooke who I wrote about a few months ago here had a link on her blog to another cute fashion blog – ClothedMuch – written by Elaine. Her style is pretty classy and she has great outfits that would be perfect for any
It’s hard to travel light when you go to work, especially when you spend an hour + each way on the train. I’ve debated what the best way is to carry extra items on the train and I often envy the men I see with