This book is really something. (via Choupette: The Private Life Of A High-Flying Fashion Cat By Patrick Mauries, Jean-Christophe Napias & Karl Lagerfeld - Urban Outfitters)
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“I collaborated with my friend who’s a stylist named Shirley Kurata, who is amazing. And I’m doing a really fun mix of things: I’m wearing Orla Kiely, there’s a little Marni thrown into the mix. A lot of really comfortable, cute little dresses that make me feel like a lady prepared to have lady arguments.”
A new series from the UO blog - this week’s tip-off features tips, suggestions and tips on PUMPKINS!
So much love for this lookbook. (via Trend: Wonderland - Urban Outfitters)
Pups at work 😍
'Underwater Puppies' will doggy paddle their way into your heart
Acclaimed pet photographer Seth Casteel of Little Friend Photo is at it again! Following the success of his New York Times bestselling book, Underwater Dogs, it only makes sense that the next book on his to-do list would zero in on the magical world of — you guessed it — submerged puppies.
Just so everyone knows, all of these “horrible” things that happen at Urban Outfitters are mistakes made by human beings. We’re not a baby-eating, woman-hating, teeth-baring machine that attempts to hurt people’s feelings or make light of serious and traumatic events. We are a group of human beings who occasionally make mistakes. For some reason or another, the entire internet likes to point out how fallible we are, making the world turn against the brand. If you’d like to buy into the hatred, go ahead, but it would be a much easier life to live without all the anger, no?
That being said… I strongly believe that buyers should be sensitive to potentially harmful or offensive product, however “subtle” or “irrelevant” or “unimportant” some think it is. I actually think all new hires should be required to take some kind of seminar on global awareness and being socially conscious.
…and of course you’re allowed to be angry that some dipshit developed or designed or bought a t-shirt that said “Eat Less” (believe me, it makes me fucking angry), but just take it in stride that we are imperfect humans and I can only hope all of us who make mistakes learn from them.
Was that accessibility something that interested you in the UO collaboration?
I think Urban Outfitters is constantly updating that relevancy; [it has] a history of getting people to pay attention to what’s new and important. Putting our vision inside that was really interesting. We edited down our collection and purified it to produce a collection for UO that’s just as forward as our main line.
I AM SOBBING I GOT TO SEE THIS SWEET BABY IN ACTION
(via Urban Outfitters - Blog - About A Dog: Marnie)
Artisanal bath products are the jumpoff.
THIS POST HAS ME REALLY EMOTIONAL OKAY