October 31, 2007 |
laggers and stragglers listen up! american apparel may be your one of your best bets for last minute halloween costumes and the best part, you can re-wear it all!! get inspired by american apparels halloween costume homepage.
happy halloweeen kittens!!
Photo Cred: store.americanapparel.net
October 30, 2007 |
Featuring Cate Blanchett:
Photo Cred: fashion verbatim
October 30, 2007 |
What: Grand Opening of H&M weho
Where: 8580 W. Sunset
When: Thursday, November 1 at noon
Perk: The first hundred customers will receive a free t-shirt and h&m gift card with a value of $10-$200!
October 26, 2007 |
The art and the fashion world are colliding at Moca’s (Museum of Contemporary Art) Takashi Murakami Exhibit. According to WWD, Louis Vuitton will open its latest “store” in downtown Los Angeles on Monday, October 29 when the Museum of Contemporary Art presents a Takashi Murakami retrospective, the most comprehensive collection yet of the artist’s work, comprising about 90 pieces. The Louis store will include new limited edition items, such as the Hands Neverfull tote (available in three sizes, from $875 to $965), coin purses ($250) and agendas (small and large, for $500 and $700). (Oct 29, 2007 – Feb 11, 2008)
“The idea came from MOCA’s chief curator, Paul Schimmel, who said, ‘You were the first to put art in the store; I want to be the first one to put the store in the art,’” said Carcelle. “What artists like Takashi do inspires us, and we, in turn, inspire them. He wanted to pay homage to the work we’ve done together.”
The company said it has created enough merchandise to last until the close of the exhibition on Feb. 11, but it might not be taking into account the number of fashion fans in Los Angeles who have been planning to buy the items for months.
“Murakami’s collaboration with Louis Vuitton is unique in the annals of fashion,” said MOCA director Jeremy Strick. “And he is unique among artists in that he wants to occupy every point in the spectrum. Here is someone who has created numerous limited edition objects with mass appeal that sell for very little, and at the opposite end, has paintings and sculptures in the most prestigious galleries in the world that sell for seven figures.”
I could care less about the Louis store, which I happen to think is genius and mildly superficial in the hottest way, but I cant wait to see this exhibit!! eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Read More: WWD
Watch the Marc Jacobs video on the callabo and a special preview of part of Takashi Murakami’s new animated films!!