Textile Elizabeth and James Fall 2012

Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen looked to the streets of New York City for inspiration for Textile‘s fall collection. Each look is styled to ‘je ne sais quoi” excellence with simple tees, knits with leather elbow patches, and denim with exposed zippers. Dress each look up or down with a pair of heels or sneakers and you’re set. The best part is that we won’t have to wait until fall to get our hands on these essentials – the collection is hitting stores early next week!


Theodora & Callum

It’s astonishing how many ways a large rectangular piece of fabric can be tied, tucked, folded, and wrapped into a dress, skirt, top or turban. It doesn’t just stop as a simple scarf, friends. Theodora & Callum‘s wide range of vibrant, pattered scarves make packing for that summer getaway a breeze. Check out their fabulous tutorials here and max out your scarves!

(Theodora & Callum scarves $155- $175; available at Shopbop)

Random Act

I recently attended the opening of Lab Art‘s newest gallery at the Mondrian Hotel in Los Angeles. Though the 300 square foot space is small compared to their 6,000 square foot gallery on La Brea, it still holds an impressive and well-curated selection of art by street artists. Some of favorite pieces were those of Random Act, by Andrea LaHue, whose giant flowers can be found painted on transitioning buildings in cities nationwide. Honestly, amazing.


DIY Studded Sneakers

Studding sneakers has been on our DIY to-do list for awhile now. But the idea of hand piercing hundreds of holes through thick canvas was daunting enough to allow such procrastination. Enter E6000, the crème de la crème of adhesives. As you probably know by now, it’s our secret weapon for quickly and effectively attaching metal to fabric. So after the recent release of Vans‘ brushed twill pastel Authentics, we thought it was the perfect summer shoe to adorn. So grab some glue and let’s get studding! And don’t forget to enter our giveaway, after the jump, for a chance to win a pair of our favorite kicks . . .

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