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Seeing Stripes

BY Lan Truong in Style

I'll buy any piece of clothing—socks, underwear, dress, t-shirt—if there are stripes on it. My fondness for stripes probably has something to do with my love for repetition; I find it to be very calming. Also, I think stripes make people look cool, and I like to think that my coolness (on a scale of 1=low to 10=high) goes from a 1 to a 3 when I wear stripes. Pretty impressive. Here's a small roundup of striped dresses that I've got my eyes on. Marine Dress, $29, joefresh.com       Dress with Gold Applique, $59.90, zara.com     Charlotte Dress, $89, piperlime. Read More
Frontwoman, bassist, producer, painter, music video director, designer, mom, and certified badass are pretty sweet gigs to have in your repertoire. Now, Sonic Youth founding member Kim Gordon dishes on her latest project, a 12-piece collection she collaborated on with Dorothée Loermann of clothing label Surface To Air. Read More
Sexist jokes are seldom legitimately funny, but they do get attention, as is proven by these chinos from Madhouse, a British discount clothing chain. Their pants' labels provide detailed washing and drying instructions, and under them, in bold letters, state, “OR GIVE IT TO YOUR WOMAN IT’S HER JOB”. As our girlfriend Amy Poehler would say: "Really???"   Not only is this label rude, but it's unclear. Read More
I know how it is--every year, December flies by, and the calendar creeps closer and closer to Dec. 25th. Your palms sweat, and you get nauseated with anxiety, wondering “WHAT am I going to get for Molly for Christmas”? Don’t freak, because I’m here to help. This year, instead of the pony you would normally buy me, please head directly to the Curator website, and purchase these Burt and Dolly portrait t-shirts. The toughest part of owning both these boss t-shirts will be deciding which to wear on a given day. Read More

I want CHANDI

BY Sophie Johnson in DIY

Brooklyn local CHANDI is one of many talented artisans that will be joining us for the 2010 Spring Fling Craftacular. Her clothing line features beautifully rendered screen prints of bizarre creatures (including the Andean Bear and Two-Headed Cock pictured above) and daring body wear inspired pieces. Read More
In the age of DIY and off-beat tee shirts like Threadless, graphic shirts have taken on a whole new wave. It's not just about snark and sass - it's also about artistry. Enter Rotter and Friends with their line drawing, portraiture tee shirts. You make recognize a face or two on these snazzy tees - the shirts feature portraits of famous rockers, folkies, and hippies. Think Karen Dalton, Bettie Davis, Badfinger, Graham Nash, and Neil Young. Read More