Classically Casual was surprised to hear that according to “Clothes Make the Fashion Victims” in the Wall Street Journal, certain clothing choices can undermine our health.
ManidipaM introduces us to a blog called Wearabout, in which a photographer captures the street style of men, women and children in India across all socio-economic demographics. It’s AMAZING.
Tarzy stumbled across a video that shows us how to tie a bulky scarf and has never looked back.
Lisa appreciated this article from Financially Fit on the best times to go shopping. Thursday is a great shopping day, ladies.
Velvety Chocolate is very interested in the changes within Canada’s retail sector. Read about Sears Canada slashing prices on 5000 items in The Globe And Mail.
Annagybe found this comparison of sizes at different British retailers very interesting.
Mochi hits on something that was indeed annoying at Fashion Week and it involves iPads. In our experience, it’s often best to stand at the shows for the best view of the runway.
Jem found an article on Forbes that is truly intriguing: How Target Figured Out a Teen Girl was Pregnant Before Her Father Did.
Helen of Canada is much reassured after watching this video on the CFDA Health Guidelines for Models at the Huffington Post. The CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) is bringing healthy weight requirements back to models who hope to work the runways at Fashion Week. Furthermore, girls have to be at least age 16 to work the shows.
Lena says that fashion label L.A.M.B is moving it’s handbag design and production to another source because Gwen Stefani’s style aesthetic has evolved. The change has held up production, which is why new handbag styles have been scarce for a while. I’m looking forward to the new look!
Ironkurtain introduces us to a minimalist blog called the divinitus, where the blogger only wears one colour and clothing by one designer — black and Rick Owens. How’s that for style focus and discipline.
Inge says that Converse and Marimekko have joined forces for Spring. Now that’s a delightful collaboration.
Carole enjoyed reading about 10 Bold and Fashionable Ways to Break Out of a Style Rut.
Here’s a great story brought to us by Vicki about a store owner from her home town and his love for vintage eyewear. The store is called “Old Focals” and it’s beautiful eyewear has graced the sets of many movies. I want to fly there right now and try on the specs.
Last but not least, American clothing label Karen Kane is doing a super “Made in USA” campaign with Dillards. Karen Kane asked us whether Dillards could use Greg’s photos for their in store poster coverage, and you might recognize the ladies in the poster (here shown on the blog, Made In America Sarah).