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Posts tagged with ‘United States’

  • National Flags Made From Food

    By SP on July 15, 2013
    Each delicious looking flag was created for the Sydney International Food Festival, made out of food associated with that individual country. This creative concept was designed by the advertising agency WHYBIN/TBWA, located in Sydney, Australia. Do you think these countries were represented properly? Enjoy! AUSTRALIA: Meat pie, sauce JAPAN: Tuna & rice ITALY: Basil, pasta, tomatoes INDONESIA: Spicy curries and rice (Sambal) […]
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  • Canadian Home With Picturesque Views

    By Michal Upchurch on January 28, 2013
    This home located in Pender Harbour, BC, Canada has views that are worthy of being displayed on a post card and/or painting. Simply beautiful…enjoy! x
  • Team USA for Vogue US Fashion Editorial

    By SP on May 15, 2012
    Can’t believe the Olympics will be starting in a couple of months. I’ve always enjoyed watching it since I was a little kid. Totally digging the Team USA for Vogue US June 2012 editorial – so creative and chic! Enjoy…xx
  • Editorial Spread: Joan Smalls For Vogue US June 2012

    By SP on May 15, 2012
    The world is gearing up for the Olympics and fashion magazines are following suit. In this spread, gorgeous model Joan Smalls is featured in a “Cut to the Chase” story as she trails the world’s fastest sprinter, Usain Bolt. Our next post (coming up) is a fashion spread titled “Team USA for Vogue US”. It’s another fun & creative story. […]
  • Stylish Apartment With Living Room Basketball Court

    By Michal Upchurch on September 16, 2011
    In my hometown, we have an annual event called Home-a-Rama, where you have the chance to view several different upscale homes and gain tons of decorating ideas. The apartment featured, located in San Francisco’s South of Market district, which can also be viewed here.. reminded me of the event. I saw the pictures and could literally feel the hardwood floors under my […]
  • Donna Karan Fall 2011 RTW

    By Michal Upchurch on August 3, 2011
    I have always loved Donna Karan for her comfortable, body conscious apparel and this season’s collection stayed true to what admire so much about the designer. Pieces from her Fall/2011 RTW Collection have been seen on everyone.. From celebrities to the First Lady.  Each outfit that walked the runway looked glamorous, with a 1960’s Jackie O. flair. Donna Karan has mastered […]
  • Verlain Loafers & Oxfords Collection

    By Michal Upchurch on June 6, 2011
    We are big supporters of our locals here in Los Angeles, and when we saw a pair of neon-colored Verlain shoes while skimming through a magazine, couldn’t help but research further.. Mark Lu, the designer behind the line of stylish women’s loafers and oxfords, hand selects the exotic leathers, baby calf, lizard, snake, lizard, hemp, denim, suede, silk and steel materials […]
  • Free People Houston Galleria Lookbook

    By Michal Upchurch on May 20, 2011
    If you live close to the Houston Galleria area, you may already know Free People recently opened a store in April. Below are some photos of their store opening lookbook that can also be viewed here. The models in the photos actually work in the store. I really wish Free People would open a store close to where I live. […]
  • J.Crew 2011 Bridal Collection

    By Michal Upchurch on April 4, 2011
    It is the season of tying the knot and J.Crew has some of the best selections in affordable wedding attire.  I was quite surprised at their collection considering that when you think of J.Crew, preppy is what comes to mind.  A simply beautiful collection for any soon-to-be bride. If you would like to view their entire collection or visit boutique […]
  • Designs of The White Street Loft

    By greghuntoon on March 10, 2011
    The White Street Loft in New York City is about as good as it gets. Personally, I think it’s really hard to find that right balance of utility, design, and spaciousness when filling out the large, empty space of a loft. Yes, it’s a quality problem to have, but most of the time I feel like people make the mistake […]