I have found this video Garance Doré & Friends where Garance talks with some of her friends about fashion, street style and all the changes that are happening in fashion so quickly. It is a very nice way of understanding what this stylish and powerful women think about fashion. So much to learn from!
Recently I've been seen in the street style blogs girls wearing this wonderful jeweled beanies. I mean, this kind of sports hat that you can wear in a daily bases with no sport clothes because they are customized with jewelry. Here you have a video created by Garace Doré in which you can see how to make one of those super fashion hats.
Tow girls who got tires of their jobs and the style rules decided to begin a creative outlet where they could use their hands and ideas to feel free and start a new way of designing. They work on jewelry, clothes and all kind of accessories. These ladies are from Paris and started this adventure in 2010.
Have a look of what I'm talking about:
Video: Maison Labiche for Garance Doré
Seafarer is a tailor shop adjacent to the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Created by Tony Anzalone, an Italian immigrant and previous US Navy sailor. His designs were eventually adopted by the Navy and he became a primary supplier to the Navy for the garment. The Seafarer bell-bottom has become an iconic American garment because it was the official U.S. enlisted sailor’s uniform for approximately 100 years until 1999. Now Garance Doré, the super fashion blogger, has created a story related to this brand. Watch out her video here:
Seafarer by Garance Doré
Joan’s on Third is a family owned and operated Gourmet Marketplace, Café and Full Service Catering and Event Planning Company.
Joan now offers her signature omelettes for breakfast, an abundant grab & go selection of salads, dips & dressings, and a lot more space to take it all.
They have developed new recipes and have been sharing creative ideas everyday, always looking for great new products and exciting ideas; inspiring each other to great heights of culinary creativity.
Joan's on Third
I love it! Scott Schuman has been in Johannesburg capturing street style. I love the way he could get how Joburg style is, it is just the way he shows. I remember it very well by the time I was living there I got so much inspiration for my own way of dressing... and I love Scott could shot it just the way it is. After watching these pictures I can only say: I miss Joburg and I love The Sartorialist!