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Saw this bag over at Little Red Book, and had to share it with the rest of the class. This striped leather bag from Marc by Marc Jacobs is the first normal-sized bag I’ve feigned over in a while. It’s made of colorful cotton and trimmed in tan leather with gold accents. It’s rich, deep fall colors and a cute shape have put it on my wishlist…too bad it’s priced at $260. Which isn’t bad, considering that you can get a lot of use out of a bag like this …
The internet makes so much possible. This past December, I got a chance to speak with Brian and Kyle of Sublime Dreamer, a growing brand out of Delaware, and about a week ago I finally got to meet them in person.
They’ve made significant progress since that first interview. Sublime Dreamer pieces have been featured in several different fashion shows, including shows at Morgan State University, Temple University, Howard High School and Delaware State. Wearing their own merchandise, the guys from Sublime Dreamer recently came to DC to prepare to be …
With my skimpy bank account and lack of a car, shopping that is affordable and closeby is a must. It’s either that or my behind takes to online shopping, which lands me in Overdraft City.
But I’m digressing. I got exposed to H&M last year and fell in love. The clothes are affordable, and actually look like something. And just when I thought that I couldn’t get any happier with their clothes, I see this.
Illustrator, Laura Laine has put together a collection of illustrations to be printed on H&M’s tees. Right now, …
Because I decided that I was “too grown” for sneakers around 11th grade, I got on Blazers kind of late….but, I have to admit, I reallllyyy like these.
The Nike Mid “Blaze Out,” a very different variation on the Blazer, is coming out Spring 2010.
The front half the shoe is made of leather, but the heel is made of shimmery, dark red nylon. They are branded with baby Swoosh on the nylon half of the shoe, and a small, orange tag is sewn onto the leather, rear ankle tab.
They’re $160 over at Osneaker.
Via High Snobiety