About Hannah

"Q: Where do cantaloupes go for the summer? A: John Cougar Mellon Camp!" From that joke you can surmise a few things about Hannah -- she loves a good pun, she delights in irreverence, and red peppers are her vegetable of choice. How does one figure out Hannah loves red peppers from that joke? Hmm, that's top secret. Hannah also adores outdoor activities, arts & crafts, reading, and being abroad.

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A Super Troupe that Puts Our Summertime Showing Off to Shame

Think being able to slap on skis and skim along behind a sassy motorboat is cool? Think again. We’ve just discovered something that makes plain old waterskiing look about as impressive as rolling around in a pile of dirt.

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A Japanese Art Collective’s Riff on the GIF

Japanese art collective Rrrrrrrroll’s tastefully hypnotizing gallery of GIFs features spinning self-portraits and (un)still lifes that look like they’ve stumbled right off the reel of Fantasia. Sift through these quasi-creepy, quasi-humorous, totally engrossing vignettes, all in GIF form!

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Elegance for All Pop-Up Shop

Your fairy godmothers must have been quite busy as of late, because there’s a dream come true on the horizon: ModCloth is having its first ever pop-up shop next week in New York!

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Style Icon: Zelda Fitzgerald (Plus, Zelda Paper Dolls and a Giveaway!)

Dubbed the “first American flapper” by her husband Scott, Zelda Fitzgerald was the epitome of 1920s style. Learn more about this style icon – and how you could win a special edition lithograph inspired by her.

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Pretty Overload Alert! Street Style Snaps from Lucky FABB West

Lucky’s Fashion and Beauty Blogger Conference was a sight to be seen. Check out some of the wonderful women who came out for our event.

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Fashion History 101: Exploring the Slippery Slopes of Skiwear’s History

ModCasts: Exploring the Slippery Slopes of Skiwear's History

Imagine you’re getting ready to hit the slopes: You step into your snow pants, zip up your waterproof jacket, and cozy a helmet onto your head, right? But what if you were getting ready to ski 50 years ago? Or …

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Retro Revival: Old Hollywood Glamour Shines Through These Modern Looks

There might be an error in the dictionary, because the definition of the word “timeless” never mentions the style of Old Hollywood’s starlets — pretty much the embodiment of this word! Want proof? Then, turn to the Spring 2013 runways

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Steven Kline’s Collages: The Animal Kingdom Displayed in Crowning Glory

Erupting with bright colors, prizewinning ugly sweaters, dapper suits, and very serious fauna, artist Steven Kline’s works are so super, they might make you break out into song.

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We Dare You to Not Laugh at These Vintage Visions of the Future

Retrofuturism Robot MaidsFuture housekeeping envisioned in the 1978 book Exploring the World of Robots. Via Paleo-Future.

Like the next number on a hopscotch course, 2013 is now just a hop, skip, and a jump away, and while we’re not ones to …

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Turn-of-the-century Photos that Will Make You Stop and Stare

There’s something about the soft graininess, stiffly displayed clothing, and all-over greyscale of antique photos that makes it hard to imagine the folks featured in them ever really existed — which is precisely why these photos from the George Eastman House collection are so arresting.

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Ladies & Gents, Meet the Easiest DIY Gift Ever: Bolo Ties

Your world is about to be whirled about, because we have the easiest DIY gift idea ever: bolo ties. Not your average macaroni necklace but just as simple to make, this DIY takes all of five minutes to finish and makes a great gift for gals and guys alike.

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Hitchcock’s Recipe for Success Revealed in this Stunning Student Film

Make sure you’re firmly perched upon a chair when you click the play button above, because this witty ode to the king of frightening films, Alfred Hitchcock, is so impeccably incredible, it might very well give you vertigo. Even if …

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Grin and Giggle Over these Vintage Thanksgiving Photos


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Times may have changed, but traditions have not; Thanksgiving is still that friend- and family-focused holiday during which we gather before a feast-laden table and tell ourselves we’ll remain true to the ‘pumpkin-pie-in-the-sky’ notion that this year, …

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Bag of Tricks: How to Make a DIY Bike Pouch

If our Pedal Pretty DIY series left you itching for more bike-based craft tutorials, consider this your lucky day! We’ve teamed up with Gwen Lutz of Nooworks to give you the skinny on how to make a handy handlebar pouch for your two-wheeler.

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