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Thrifting & Vintage
Click Read More/Comments for additional photos. As the frenzy of fashion week falls upon New York today, what better way to bring in the first official day with an exclusive interview with New York native and Designer of Prova, Irini Arakas. The epitome of cool, former editor and writer of Vogue magazine, Arakas branched out 7(…)
Click Read More/Comment for additional pictures. Lovely; charmingly or exquisitely beautiful, a definition we are all familiar but Malliha of Lovely Mali exudes such an affectionate character that she manages to coin and understate the description at the same time. After reading the “About” section on Lovely Mali, you may see why she has eclipsed(…)
Click Read More/Comment for additional photos. Via: British Vogue Off to the studio in a T By Alexander Wang sweater, Guess by Marciano leather pants, BCBG shoes, Linda Farrow glasses and a CC Skye clutch (Yes, I support daytime clutch-wearing!). Love the print on these Tibi pants! Paired them with an Alexander Wang shirt…or(…)
Click Read More/Comment for additional photos. I was just pleasantly alerted by Artist/Blogger/UBB interviewee Kasalina, (of blog MALIAMU) of my-self, while working an event at the Standard was published on The Sartorialist. For those of you who are not familiar with this hypnotizing site and the Founder/Blogger/Photographer of the The Sartorialist, Scott Schuman, I have(…)
Click Read More/Comment for additional photos. Beyond the picket lines, natural home remedies, and weekly trips to Whole Foods or Trader Joes we tend to let our hair down to boldly go where no man has gone before… to party! Yes, caught in the act of frivolous night play is not a foreign concept and(…)
Tell us your name and where you are from? My name is Bianca Walker. I’m originally from Kenya, in East Africa. Now I live in New York City. What do you do? Is there a resistance or compatibility with your hair in your field of work? I own an online vintage shop called Global//Nobility. There’s(…)
“BUM-CAKE is a Brooklyn-based online destination for unique vintage clothing, accessories, and jewelry. BUM-CAKE embodies all that is vintage/retro through its unique products which take you from the 1920′s-1990′s. Each item is hand-selected from all over the US to ensure high quality and value. Originally, “BUM-CAKE” was a term of endearment for a loved one,(…)
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