Prêt-à-Pumpkin: Designer Custom-made Jack-o’-Lanterns
Hurricane Sandy may have derailed plans for Halloween festivities on the East Coast, but there’s much to celebrate in the wonderfully inventive carved pumpkins commissioned by Vogue.com.
This past weekend I got the opportunity to work with public relations agency, Creative Sevag, at a fashion show called Style Wars. All proceeds went to Adopt A Pig Foundation. I got to be a part of all the craziness, stress, and beauty of the entire show and loved every minute of it. I was finally in my element. Oh, and I got the opportunity to meet great local fashion icons like Dallas Shaw and Jimmy Contreras!
Learn more here: http://jastylewars.com/eventhistory.php
According to GQ, you can always judge a man by his shoes. For example, if he is wearing a savvy suit paired with cheap, scuffed-up dress shoes. Forget it. If you do not know that is a complete don’t in the fashion world. The more that I think about it I have to agree with this statement 100 percent. Looking back there has been very few times where I couldn’t judge or gather information from a man’s pair of shoes. Speaking of, I am writing this post in Temple University’s on-campus coffee shop where I just spotted a college student in line wearing a pair of navy converse that look extra crisp and clean. This could either say he has quite a shoe collection like Carrie Bradshaw, or he just bought a brand new pair of shoes. A couple people behind him stands a middle age man. He is wearing a sport jacket very well with slacks, and sleek boat shoes. This could say he is a professor on campus who seems to be a pretty laid back guy (with a good sense of style, of course). Anyway, the bottom line is GQ has a great point. You can always judge a man by his shoes.
Read more here: http://www.collegefashionista.com/school/view/temple_university/accessories_report_sleek_and_sophisticated1—