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Reads tagged with “fashion”

Garmz: Goodbye Fashion Industry, Hello Designers
Garmz: Goodbye Fashion Industry, Hello Designers

From concept to closet, or what multipurpose bags have to do with democracy.

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Blog-Turned-Book Success Stories: Part One
Blog-Turned-Book Success Stories: Part One

Maps of Utopia, posh Brooklynites, and what Whole Foods has to do with high school mixtapes.

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Valentino: The Last Emperor
Valentino: The Last Emperor

Quirk, glamor, and what six pugs have to do with the epic battle of art versus commerce.

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Design, Life, Digital: Best of DLD 2009
Design, Life, Digital: Best of DLD 2009

Predictability, simplicity, and why Munich is the epicenter of digital life and design.

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Sky Blue Sky
Sky Blue Sky

Staycation takes to the sky, NASA’s gift for your next dinner party, how legends spend the summer, and what 15,000 optical fibers have to do with high fashion.

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Color as Data: Visualizing Color Composition
Color as Data: Visualizing Color Composition

Abstracting glossy magazines, or what pie charts have to do with the Mona Lisa.

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Interview with Mary Tomer, Brains Behind Mrs-O.org
Interview with Mary Tomer, Brains Behind Mrs-O.org

Fashion, politics and how to live every blogger’s dream.

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Revisiting the Retail Experience: BBlessing
Revisiting the Retail Experience: BBlessing

Absinthe, portraiture, and where a hipster-elitist can finally feel at home.

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Child Art for Grown-Ups
Child Art for Grown-Ups

What Superman, Tim Burton and 1,000 South Korean Children have in common.

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Customization Gone Wild
Customization Gone Wild

70% fabulous, respecting your inseam, how to add a 29th bone to your foot, and why a bear is missing an “e” but has plenty of nuts.

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