• Reference Library at Kiosk

    Reference Library at Kiosk

    Today (aka Black Friday), avoid the crowds looking for holiday toaster-oven deals, and head instead to Kiosk, where Reference Library's Andy Beach brings his blog off the screen and into the store. In addition to a collection of classic vintage wares, Beach also commissioned five limited-edition selvedge denim aprons, all up for grabs.
  • Le Tour De Force

    Le Tour De Force

    "If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn't." (Via Style Bubble.)
  •  Rainbow Glasses

    Rainbow Glasses

    For those who consider glasses an accessory and not just something you wear when you woke up too late to put your contacts in, Lisbon-based designer Luis Porem has created these hollow, clear-plastic glasses that can be filled with different colors of ink. Just don't step on them.

    Nilea Alexander

    Nilea Alexander designs her own vintage-inspired collection, Underground Love Story, and runs Nilea P Flea, a booth at the Brooklyn Flea Market where she sells clothing and objects that she picks up on her travels around the city and around the world.
  • Pam Hogg

    Pam Hogg

    After a nine year hiatus Pam Hogg is back with her wild designs and ready to dress every rocker chick you know, from Siouxsie Sioux to Alison Mosshart. X Jen
  • The Dog Photo Booth

    The Dog Photo Booth

    Sharon Montrose get some dogs and sticks 'em in some photo booths. Best job ever.
  • Lookin' Kittie!

    Have you ever been clicking through I Can Haz Cheeseburger and thought, "Man, I wish someone would make a rap about all these cat photos!" Done. (Via Discobelle.)
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    Paris Vogue Calendar

    With the ending of every year, one of my favorite things to look forward to is the Paris Vogue calendar, which always comes with their December/January issue. The mag is out now and it looks like 2009 will be filled with lots of ladies all done up in Louis Vuitton wares and shot by Terry Richardson. Pair these three together and you can be sure the calendar is out of this world.—X, Jen
  • Julian Wolkenstein

    Julian Wolkenstein

    In Australia-based photographer Julian Wolkenstein’s series of horse portraits, big hair and braided extensions style black stallions as Betty Boop and Milli Vanilli. Strangely, it kind of works.
  • The George Hotel

    The George Hotel

    In Germany but longing for London? Travel no farther than newly opened The George Hotel. Looks pretty sweet. (Via We Heart Stuff.)
  • Jet Jacket

    Jet Jacket

    The first collaboration between graphic design dynamo Kate Moross and Safe clothing creator Rebecca Turbow, the Jet Jacket combines Turbow’s monotone pallet with Moross’ geometric images. The hand-sewn and screen-printed jackets have been produced in a numbered, limited edition of 50, which makes them a safe bet indeed.
  • Anne Brenneke

    Anne Brenneke "Life After Death"

    Hamburg fashion student Anne Brenneke's graduate collection isn't another range of T-shirt dresses or drop-crotch pants. Rather, Brenneke spent 18-months using recycled materials to handcraft quilted homages to deceased rap stars such as Biggie Smalls, Easy-E and Big L. The results are stunningly beautiful and original, and on display through December 3 at Kuntsklub. (Via What's Wrong With the Zoo.)
  • Copenhagen Cycle Chic

    Copenhagen Cycle Chic

    Bicycle advocacy and streetstyle rolled into one. Cyclistas, unite!
  • Samantha Pleet at Space 15 Twenty

    Samantha Pleet at Space 15 Twenty

    Tonight, the lovely Miss Pleet hosts a tea-party to celebrate the opening of her pop-up shop at Space 15 Twenty, complete with a performance by Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti. Everyone's invited, and Samantha is even providing the macaroons.
  • Aids-3D


    The more time you waste trying to figure out what Aids-3D is, the less time you'll have to just enjoy it. We would try to explain it all here, but we really have no clue, either.
  • Penguin Fine Books

    Penguin Fine Books

    Once again, Penguin has provoked our intense book lust with this series of beautifully bound hardback books designed by Coralie Bickford-Smith. The set includes The Picture of Dorian Grey, Pride and Prejudice, Madame Bovary, Wuthering Heights, Sense and Sensibility, Tess of the d'Urbervilles, Crime and Punishment, Jane Eyre, Great Expectations, and Cranford. Unfortunately, they're only available in the U.K. at the moment, so those of us Stateside have to continue to make do with our dog-eared paperbacks.
  • Blame it on the Dog

    Blame it on the Dog

    Peter Sutherland's collection of photographs, entitled Blame it on the Dog, opens tonight at ATM Gallery. Oh, we will, Peter, we will.

    Mr. Brownstone

    Comprised of members of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Boss Tweed, and Takka Takka, Mr. Brownstone is the greatest Guns N' Roses tribute band to ever get drunk on stage. Here, Dave Godowsky, aka Izzy Stradlin, talks ridiculous costumes and how a bad show is better than a good one.
  • Noir et Blanc

    Noir et Blanc

    Believe it or not, but Noir et Blanc isn't just black and white.
  • Christian Wijnants

    Christian Wijnants

    Fashion designer Christian Wijnants is known for his knits, and many of his designs are heavily influenced by African folkart. He's also a teacher at the Royal Academy, and is way cooler than any professor we ever had.