Archive for the ‘web’ Category
I’m kinda obsessed…this site allows you to “design” your own shoes using a couple of their building blocks. I came across it because my friend Gretchen Jones did a great collab with them for Fashion Week. Hers is here:
unfortunately, the shapes they offer on the regular site are a little less interesting: but you can still have some fun, and the prices are very reasonable.
here’s what I made this am…and here’s the site.
The Cut’s redesign and it’s Style Tribes series. It’s beautifully shot, and, so far, pretty far reaching in terms of it’s glance. See the Brighton Beach one here, and unfortunately their categories seem to be a bit disorganized, so you have to dig around for the other (3 so far) style tribe volumes.
what an interesting project on The Cut by Swiss photographer Namsa Leuba.
boucharouette rugs up at Uncovet.com today…get ‘em while they are still available!
I’ve got a new DIY project up at the Chalkboard Mag…see it here...
The Chalkboard asked me to do a column from time to time with them…and I’m really excited about the possibilities and the site. The site is “a study in living well” and covers all the bases most of us are trying to cover most of the time. It’s a bit refreshing for a site to be calm, informative, and “slow” in a good way: as opposed to the frenzy of most internet activity…you can check out my DIY here as well as the rest of the site.
All the beautiful photos for the DIY are by Paley Fairman, and she was nice enough to model our finished necklace as well.