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Dov Charney was fired from American Apparel last night. Hopefully the brand can move to a cleaner, less sexualized aesthetic that appeals to a wider market. I’ve often thought that American Apparel was targeting too small an audience with marketing … Continue reading
Hooray for more outdoor photos. I consider myself an adequate photographer and I know my way around most manual settings on my DSLR, but taking self portraits outside is rather challenging. It can take forever to get the settings right … Continue reading
The founder of Seamly.co, Kristen Glenn, reached out to me last fall to participate in her newly launched affiliate program. WordPress doesn’t allow sidebar ads or affiliate links, however, so a full blog post seemed like the best way to … Continue reading
look by fracturedradiance featuring stripe tops knit tee + mini skirt + rustic bag + jelly flats I suppose I was inspired by the warm weather this week when creating these looks. The weather outside is perfect, but it can … Continue reading
Curator clothing is designed and produced in San Francisco. And they’re having a sale! curator by fracturedradiance on Polyvore All clothing is 40% off until tomorrow and 30% off over the weekend. Click here to go to the website. … Continue reading
I know Leah Goren is old news in the blogging world; her cat dress was a favorite among fashion bloggers a couple years ago and her collaboration with Anthropologie made her designs even more accessible. We also share a first … Continue reading
I don’t care too much for football, but I care an awful lot about my alma mater, Florida State University. This year, FSU made it to the College Football National Championship and won in the final minutes of the game! … Continue reading
Better Life Bags employs women, primarily first generation immigrants, who would have difficulty finding work otherwise. Additionally, company profits support the low income (and incredibly diverse) Detroit community in which production is located. Their mission is great, but their products … Continue reading