Lots of breaking fashion news hits the interwebs and I don't want you to miss one bit of it. So, I present some of the biggest headlines each week for your reading pleasure.
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Thanks to 3D printing you can have perfect earbuds. Via The Verge
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Planning a wedding is all about romance, love, family and, of course, spending a lot of money. The average American wedding cost nearly $30,000 according to The Knot and the average wedding dress eats up nearly $2,000 of that budget. Set your sights on a high end designer dress, you are looking at a price tag in the $3,000 to $5,000 to start. So what does a bride with champagne wishes and a Kool Aid budget do? You rent! At least that is what the ladies of Borrowing Magnolia have in mind for those brides hunting for the look for less.
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There is so much to look at when it comes to the Houston Pride Parade you can experience visual overload if you're not careful. Those who have been know that if you stand in one place long enough, you'll see everything (sometimes literally everything, for better or worse). When it comes to people watching, it is an event not to be missed.
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You also get to see some of the best outfits you're likely to see all year. When it comes to what to wear, some people keep it simple, some folks wear next to nothing and some people go big. Here are the 25 outfits that caught our eye in 2014, unranked because when it comes to Pride everyone is a winner.More »
When would-be designers imagine their success story, most see a life changing fashion show, followed by overwhelming press buzz, mountains of garment orders, and a cliff house in Fiji overlooking a private yacht harbor. But, the reality is quite different and when some are faced with the rough road, they head for the exit. So when I have the chance to speak with an emerging designer who has faced the giant and succeeded, I am left both amazed and inspired.
Photo by Keith Luter, Jr. Karissa Lindsay, founder and lead designer of A Leap of Style
So it was when I meet with Karissa Lindsay founder and lead designer for clothing line A Leap of Style. Even after a beyond successful Kickstarter campaign, some serious media attention, and placement in her ideal boutique, she is still incredibly humble, thankful and fully aware there is much more left to do.More »
Most people who work in fashion take it very seriously. Being that it is a multi-billion dollar industry employing hundred of thousands of people, they should be to work on time, but let us not get too crazy. I myself am a faithful cog in the well oiled machine, but I make fun of the fashion world all the time - see here and here and I am not alone.
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The medium of choice for some of my cohorts is, no surprise, social media. Tumblr, Twitter and Instagram are hotbeds of fashion hilarity and I have created a list of my faves.More »