This summer Levi’s Vintage Clothing completely reproduced every element from its Orange Tab label. The manufacturing process happened right here in the USA exactly as it did in the 1960s and 70s. And in partnership with Cone Mills—the original producers of the Orange Tab denim —Levi’s has recreated the exact line that was the affordable alternative to the Red Tab workwear. Turn on KLVC Orange Tab Radio, put on a pair of 684 bell bottoms and let’s take a trip back to 1972.
It’s no surprise that Karen Walker has followed up her most recent campaign, featuring models aged between 65-92, with a crop of preschoolers for the second half of her Spring 2013 eyewear collection. For Walker, kids represent a sense of optimism and excitement that make all of us happy. As someone who finds so much joy in playfully dressing up her baby boy, I couldn’t agree more!
Summer isn’t officially over for at least a few more weeks and we’re savoring every last minute of it. Head on over to Free People for this shell and tassel bracelet tutorial – it’s the perfect accessory to make using that beautiful shell you might have picked up on the beach this summer.
(image & tutorial by HonestlyWTF)
We’re bringing you not one, but two, DIYs today thanks to our friends at Free People. In today’s guest post, they will be demonstrating how to make these beachy ankle cuffs with cowrie shells and beads!
The weather is starting to show signs of cooling down where we are in Philly, but we wanted to prolong the sweet days of summer with one last beachy DIY. We were incredibly inspired by the embellished ankle cuffs seen here by Gold Oron, and wanted to make some of our own. These beachy cuffs are a fun way to add a “washed ashore” feeling to your everyday ankle skinny denim, and can even be worn alone as you walk along the beach barefoot during these final days of summer.
- 2 pieces of 8×10″ suede
- fabric scraps
- 3-6 buttons
- 1-2 pieces of 12″ suede cord or other sturdy string
- lots of beachy beads