Funktional Fall 2010 - Available now!
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Time to ditch those heinous yoga pants and sweaty tee's! They're acceptable in one place only, kids-- the gym. But what about those no fuss, endless errand kind of days, you ask... when all you have time for is a pop tart and your blackberry? I mean, let's face it, sometimes looking simply presentable can be a chore in itself. Well, LA-based design duo William Anzevino and Richard Florence say NONSENSE. The talent behind AZFN have made it conceivable to look sharp with little to no effort. Introducing Laugh Cry Repeat-- their side project of casual yet edgy, low maintenance basics that make you look like a badass all the while feeling comfortable. The line features cutting-edge silhouettes and breathable fabrics (mostly 100% cotton based), with that throw-on-and-go appeal. These thoughtful men are taking care of you and those heedless fashion choices minutes after rolling out of bed. We love them for it.
Currently carrying their Fall'10 collection at BF!
Friday, August 6, 2010
Thursday, August 5, 2010
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Just recently stumbled upon this awe-inspiring site: woostercollective.com. Dedicated to showcasing and celebrating ephemeral art placed on streets in cities around the world, Wooster Collective provides daily a delightful glimpse into the International street art scene.
I can get lost for hours.
Monday, August 2, 2010
Created by Harvard professor David Edwards, the very first inhalable food source is available for purchase. Le Whif is a small, pocket-sized, biodegradable tube that contains breathable coffee or chocolate powder... without the calories! The coffee contains the equivalent of a shot of espresso so you can have your daily caffeine fix sans any cup/mess. Coming soon to Babel Fair.
"In the late 1970s, the 'greatest city in the world' was teetering on the edge of total chaos. A failed economy, crime and en mass housing corruption gave way to a city in crisis. Yet out of the economic and social strife that held the 'Big Apple' hostage, a family of homegrown cultures that would forever change the world began to emerge. Downtown Calling not only documents, in detail, the evolution of New York City's fertile music and art subculture during this period, but how its collective output continues to play a prominent, driving role in the international fashion, art and music industries today."
Downtown Calling website.