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Tumblr Tuesday: Ubes and Afros

Pastries made with ube, a yummy, sweet purple yam I came to appreciate during my trip to the Philippines; a wolf that could only exist in a dream; the view from some lucky heffa’s person’s Paris apartment; a shimmering watercolor ‘fro, loving the type treatment in this magazine layout; oversized rings made out of purple rocks are right up my alley.

4th Street Finds

I’ve worked with the Dress for Success 4th Street Boutique before, most notably on Style Tour and the Christmas window (I heard the Art Museum might use the long red Mandarin Jacket from the window in some sort of exhibit!). A while back, the latent editor in me came up with the idea of 4th Street Finds, an online mini-magazine of sorts showcasing the best of the boutique! Each week, Susi and I have way...

Indie Newsstand: Pure & Papercut

I’m a big fan of independent publications, so when I come across magazines I enjoy, I like to share! Right now, I’m reading Pure and Papercut. Pure is created in Portugal and available online (free, baby!) as a downloadable PDF. Fine, I don’t actually read it since my knowledge of Portuguese is limited to Teena Marie songs (RIP Lady Tee), but it’s fun to look at the pictures and see what they’re up to on...

Fashion Without Guilt logo

I keep meaning to share some of the design projects I’ve worked on over the past few months, so here’s the first installment. One of my clients is Breck from Fashion Without Guilt, who I “met” (what do you call it when you meet people through the googlenet?) when she contributed to Style Sample magazine. Fashion Without Guilt is a fun site (with a very attractive and familiar layout!) that focuses on affordable fashion, beauty,...

How to: Wear socks + heels

Sometimes, styles that were once seen as fashion DEATH become socially acceptable and are canonized as part of the style lexicon. Remember when wearing heels with jeans was a no-no back in, like, 1997? Socks and heels were long seen as anathema to the fashion community, conjuring up images of fetish-y babydoll wear most often seen on “glamour models” in Frederick’s of Hollywood catalogs, but the look has gained acceptance over the past few seasons....