Posts Categorized: lovely links

Lovely Links: 3/10/17

Weekly Kitty:

Do they look like they’re in cahoots, or what?

How to tell if your features are warm or cool

Jo looks ready for spring in her cropped green trousers and cool moto jacket. Also love how Corissa wears hers with a springy white top and distressed denim.

“While it is easy to denounce all ’empowering’ marketing exercise as a neoliberal pseudo-feminist by-product, at the heart of these empty messages is a history overwrought with gender discrimination and women’s oppression. By looking in-depth into historical evidence, we can then make a more nuanced conclusion regarding various consumerist activities and avoid getting swept-up in self-righteous indignation that has become the go-to reaction in order to generate clicks.” Read parts 1 and 2.

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Lovely Links: 3/3/17

Weekly Kitty:

Bath time!

How to use Photoshop to analyze your colors

Patty Carroll’s new monograph, Anonymous Women, challenges the complex relationship between domesticity and oppression.

Further proof that camel is versatile: Kim wears it with cream and chartreuse to great effect.

One of my favorite hoodies just bit the dust, and I’m considering this PACT organic/fair trade one as a replacement. Love the clean lines and heavy-duty details.

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Lovely Links: 2/24/17

Weekly Kitty:

Simon has taken a part-time job as a pirate. (Photo by HM)

More than a little envious of Mary’s olive leather pencil skirt!

“For Iris van Herpen, technology is not an afterthought but central to her approach and vision. The Dutch couturier, who’s renowned for her extraordinary 3D printed dresses, focuses on the transformative power shaped by technology. By experimenting and innovating, Van Herpen not only pushes the boundaries of fabric and craftsmanship but also the boundaries of couture.”

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