Daily Von Mantra
http://searchingforstyle.com/2011/04/overrated-and-overpriced/ This is a link to one of my favorite articles ever!! And not because of the Rodarte bashing [which is a welcome point of view] it’s because it will really make you understand shopping and what your money can buy on a whole new level.
http://abespenny.wordpress.com/ Regardless of whether you need a culture fix or just need a subscription for Brooklyn based micro-magazines Abe’s Penny or Abe’s Peanut click on the link above to get them all. You will also be able keep up with the latest literary and art adventures of Abe’s Penny founders Tess and Anna Knoebel.
http://www.365hangers.com/about/ This is a great shopping site not only because they gurantee70%off each designer item they sell, but they also shoot all the clothes on women with all different size bodies. That means if your any size bigger than sample size, [I am actually smaller than sample size but who’s counting] you can actually see what a dress will really look like on you before you purchase it.
http://www.fashionablynumb.com/2011/04/spice-up-your-life.html Still need a bit of Britain? Click on the link above for a great post on 90’s British pop stars the Spice girls!! Yes, there are pictures of designer Victoria Beckham when she was still posh spice.
http://copyranter.blogspot.com/ For a much needed laugh check out the hilarious hard to believe advertising images posted courtesy of an anonymous New York City copywriter.
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I recently decided it's time to celebrate the little things in life that make me happy, so I wrote a poem about my favorite pen. Please send me poems about your favorite things. firstname.lastname@example.org
Ode to my sharpie
Your look is always dark and clear
There are a few things that I hold dear
In your power you possess
The chance for beauty, a top, a dress
And when at times you are not near
A hush will come to a photographer's ear
What could make this mournful cry
Could it be that your ink run dry?
Here’s another way you can make cheap art at home. Go get a bar of soap (Ivory works pretty well) and carve your portrait out of it! That’s what I did when artist/muse/model Terence Koh asked me to be a part of his Sugar Show at his ASS Gallery on the LES.
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