September 27, 2007
The collection features neutral-toned egg-shaped silhouettes, a nod to un-worked beige canvas, splattered with bright prints reminiscent of one of the Action painter's dribbles. The common thread throughout the collection is the idea of a work in progress. House of Dagmar is available at Opening Ceremony in both New York and Los Angeles. For more information, go to www.houseofdagmar.com.
September 20, 2007
The idea for Heimstone was born while Alix Petit and Delphine Delafon were working at another French fashion company, Michel Klein.While both had always had a passion for creativity, it was their time together at Klein that fused their fashion friendship. "The most important thing we learned was that we needed our complimentary influences in order to develop something unique," recalls Alix. "The balance between Delphine's rock 'n' roll, grungy attitude and her love for dark colors created a great contrast with my desire for a more feminine, lighter design."For more information, go to www.heimstone.com
September 8, 2007
"The streets are full of interesting and potentially useful things that have been thrown out."
The creator of Garbage Scout makes it easy for dumbster divers to find exactly what they want without having to drive all around town.
How does it work?
When someone finds something intersting they simply snap a photo of it post it on Flickr with the tag garbage scout and it will automatically load unto the Garbage Scout website.
What a great way to score cool free stuff and live green!
Labels: Cool Finds