Feb 24, 2014

A really fun video!

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Sep 23, 2013

wnycradiolab:

little-a-watson:

martinekenblog:

Jupiter Structural Layer Cake

Birthday cake idea #2.

(Cakecrumbs.me)

Pretty great.

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Sep 23, 2013

pbsnature:

Before starlings roost, their maneuvers create mesmerizing aerial displays. To achieve synchronicity, each bird shadows seven of its nearest neighbors. EARTHFLIGHT: Europe on NATURE on PBS (check local listings) or watch the full episode of EARTHFLIGHT online. 

I love this time of year when the Starlings are around.

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Sep 23, 2013

wnycradiolab:

awkwardsituationist:

dionys moser photographs the alien like landscape of the ethiopian dallol hydrothermal field, a vast area of uplifted thick salt deposits affected by intense fumarolic activity, famous for being the only known volcanic area bellow sea level and for being both the hottest place on the planet, with average annual temperatures well above 30 degrees celsius, and the most colourful, with its pools of a hot sulfuric acid brine and ferrous multicolored salt deposits.

Just, wow.

Awesome

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Aug 5, 2013

My newest blog find! Advanced Style, Ari Seth Cohen

Ari Seth Cohen is a photographer, blogger and publisher of Advanced Style. He is working on a documentary of the incredible, eclectric people he meets and befriends.

 

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Feb 27, 2013

michelekantra:

Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity exhibition opens today at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The exhibit presents a look at the role of fashion in the works of the Impressionists, from the mid-1860s through mid-1880s. Some 80 major figure paintings shown in concert with period costumes, highlight the relationship between fashion and art, during the years Paris emerged as style capital of the world.

Artists of the day, such as Manet, Monet, Renoir and more, sought to express the vibrancy of contemporary life through their stylish subjects. Fashion = Modernity for them. Parallels have been drawn between these painters and current streetstyle photographers/bloggers, the premise being bloggers are now the ones capturing current contemporary urban life through their photos. Check out the Sartorialist viewpoint here.

Two galleries are devoted to the White Dress and the Black Dress, quite interesting that the importance of these 2 fashion staples started over 150 yrs ago. Black dress emerged at this time, away from being a symbol of mourning to become a symbol of elegance and worldly sophistication.

Black being my personal favorite, I was drawn to Lady with Fans, a portrait of Nina de Callias, by Manet. As opposed to the prissy white dresses, now here is someone who looks as though she knows how to enjoy life. The painting was considered scandalous at the time, to express her bohemian artistic nature, and Nina’s estranged husband forbade the painting be shown.

My favorite gallery is Spaces of Modern Life, where the artists start to capture their subjects on the street, at the theatre, during activities of daily life. The similarity rings out to me, the way the fashion world presents itself today… very inspiring show. Anyone with a passion for fashion, and an interest in historical background, will enjoy seeing this. The garment samples on display are often the exact ones shown in the paintings.

Exhibition Dates: Feb 26 - May 27, 2013. For more info see MetMuseum.org.

photos: Michele K. (press preview Feb 19)

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Feb 27, 2013

colleenjordan:

Rings dyed and varnished.

Colleen, is a local, Atlanta designer who always intrigues with her new inventions of wearable planters. I want one! Check these out.

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Feb 21, 2013

The delighful, Stephen Jones interviewed by DazedDigital

"Everybody [milliners] puts their heart and soul into [hat making]
it. It’s them – if it wasn’t a piece of them, it wouldn’t be any good. That’s what makes Londoners, everybody puts their heart and soul into it.

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Feb 10, 2013

Hats are back on top. LA Times article.

Hats may once have seemed like a wardrobe staple of the past — an accessory reserved for the ladies of an era when no one left home without a proper head covering.

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Feb 4, 2013

I had a wonderful afteroon with blogger and photographer, Cameron Adams of Atlanta Street Fashion. Here’s a peek at some of the lovely images he captured of Ms. Vreeland sporting some of my new creations.

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Feb 4, 2013

A Few Good Spots for a Spot of Tea

Whether you opt for Pret-A-Portea or a “Tea-Tox,” you can find tea with a twist in London.

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Jan 6, 2013

Martha Teichner takes a trip to Salem, Mass., to see and sample a large exhibit on the history and evolution of hats.

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Nov 26, 2012

Come see the new pieces being made for The Stacks Lofts & Artists Tour, December 7th, 6-10p and December 8th, 2-7pm. $5 Cash admission. Tour the historic Fulton Bag & Cotton Mill, see over 20+ magnificent lofts and 25+ amazing local arts.

I’ll be in the COMMUNITY ROOM! Come visit us and enjoy the fun.

More information here:

the stackslofttour.com

facebook.com/StacksLoftTour

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Nov 2, 2012

Just received these lovely photos from Leah and Mark Photography from the Culture Shock Fashion Show.

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Oct 20, 2012

These New York ladies inspire me.

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Oct 17, 2012

Photos from behind the scenes at The High Museum Atlanta, Culture Shock Fashion Show last Saturday.

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