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Help! I Can’t Stop Singing A.Human’s “Take Me Home”

You’re about to hear one of those songs. You know, the kind that walks into your mind and slips out your lips without conscious thought, the kind that you just can’t. stop. singing.

A.Human’s “Take Me Home” might very …

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What on Earth are You Wearing? September’s Book of the Month

September Book of the Month

Witty, brash, amusing, and cheeky to the extreme, What on Earth are You Wearing? hails from a planet much more engaging than your typical coffee table book.

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Stylish Individual Looking at Missed Connections Artwork (Writer 4 Reader)

Today, we’re smitten by Sophie Blackall’s Missed Connections art, and we think you might be too.

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Honey, I Shrinky Dinked the Cat: A DIY Necklace

‘Fashionable’ is probably the last word you’d use to describe shrinky dink creations…unless you’re talking about the items made by crafting queen Katie Nolan. In this video, Katie shows us how to take this childhood craft from jejune junk to nifty necklace in a matter of minutes.

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Page Turners: Klimt Meets Couture

Image via Ciao Vogue. Inspired by Klimt’s Expectation (1909).

Upon seeing this 1965 Vogue Italia editorial (the likes of which are cousin to our Fashion from the ‘Art’ stylebook), I couldn’t help but utter a litany of ooh

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Style Icon: Jean Seberg

The fashion of Jean Seberg


Image via Bittersweet Vogue

Born in an iota of an Iowan town, morphed into the darling of French New Wave cinema, and parted the supposed victim of an invasive FBI initiative, actress Jean Seberg experienced a thunderstorm of complexities the …

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The Untold Secrets of Batik

Batik has an enigmatic past, the likes of which could knock out the mystery of the Sphinx in the boxing ring of fashion history. Tune into our fashion history podcast to find out how this fascinating fabric came into being.

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Transportation Tickets You’ll Want to Scrapbook


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Wrinkled into the bottom of a purse, roughhoused between a book’s pages, jettisoned into the recycling – such are the fates of transportation tickets, and understandably so. Why keep a boring scrap of paper? Such was always …

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Beautiful Tents? That’s No Longer an Oxymoron!

Field Candy tent

Field Candy tent

It’s something I never understood, glamping. After all, isn’t the notion of posh contrary to the very fabric of the Great Outdoors? Camping is about roughing it! It’s about dirt! It’s about sleeping in tarp-bottomed domes and triangles that say, …

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Summer’s Most Underappreciated Fruit, the Fig

Fig recipes: galette, proscuitto-wrapped

Fig recipes: crostini, cookie, and pizza
Clockwise from the top left: Fig. cover via Photoworks, Fig and Prosciutto Crostini by Confections of a Foodie Bride, Fig, Flaxseed, and Pecan Cookies by Life as a H4, and Rustic Fig Pizza by Sprouted Kitchen.

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