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The Skyy Is The Limit as we hit the halfway point of Fashion Week! Everyone is in great spirits and the cool outfits keep on coming. We attached some of our favorite looks from New York Fashion Week, Fall 2015. These outfits feel authentic, unique and just the right amount aspirational. Do you have any favorite […]
We are absolutely loving these stylish photos of female shredders from the 1970’s ‘Golden Era’ of skateboarding. These chicks just ooze cool. It’s great to take a look back at California’s skateboarding culture in the 1970’s and to reminisce about what life was like before people were obsessed with gadgets and screens. (I suppose people were […]
Popular in the 1930’s and a quick stint in the early 1970’s — the grid pattern is once again a hot commodity. We like to think of the grid pattern as plaid’s cooler little sister, being possibly the easiest print to ever pull off. Will you be on the grid this Spring/Summer?
Kunihiko Hayakawa was a Japanese architect and boy was he ever cool. He saw in the Tokyo cityscape a floating, fragmented quality that inspired his architectural approach. His designs resembled stage sets; he reduced buildings to compositions of lines and planes with the use of pastel colours. Wish there was more of Kunihiko to go around.
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