Portland’s Favorite Trashion Show is This Saturday in Portland! This Saturday November 15th will mark the third annual Junk to Funk Recycled Fashion Show Contest. Did we tell you about the 70’s retro piece made out of used cd’s? What about the jacket made out of 80’s shoulder pads? Wait, wait, or the dress made out of melted 90’s records? Ok, the records aren’t from the 90’s, the decade thing was just flowing well…..But seriously this year’s junk couture is outrageous. You should make sure to check it out. We know everyone’s feeling the reigns of the economy right now,…
In Seattle this week?
THREAD Show : SEATTLE FALL 08 * When:Sun 10/26 (12PM) * Where: FISHER PAVILLION * Address: 305 HARRISON STREET SEATTLE, WA * Cost: $10 (buy tickets here)
kittenyuhku takes on New York Soho
Photo by Kittenyuhku Well, we dont know much about Kittenyuhku but we know shes new to the group and shes doing an awesome job of hunting out talent in New York. These pictures needed attention and we give it out!
Designer Unite in the name of Lomography!
Since the website is basically about photography, and street fashion being the subject, I thought I might bring to your attention this contest! Its for lomo loving photographers, like myself, or anyone who understands the â€œ10 Golden Rules of Lomographyâ€. Analog Photography Organization Encourages Designers to Create Happy Accidents: Community-centric tee shirt company, Threadless.com, has partnered up with The Lomographic Society International, a globally active organization dedicated to experimental and creative analog photography, for its latest â€œLovesâ€ campaign. Lomography and Threadless are challenging designers to create a tee inspired by one of the â€œ10 Golden Rules of Lomographyâ€ including: Lomography…
San Fran Weekend
This last weekend was great! I went to San Francisco for four days for a surprise birthday party. It was my first time and even though it rained and flooded the first day, with a prognosis of more rain all weekend, it cleared up the last 3 days just for us! We went to Haight street and shopped for a while. There were masses of vintage and recycled clothing stores as well as great new stuff like a Kid Robot store and RVCA outlet! Overall the prices were to be expected from one of the most spendy cities in the…