Posted May 13, 2009 in For Him

RIP Ed Hardy

Ever since moving to L.A, I have been able to spot a tourist from a mile away. The L.A. look is simple; a plaid shirt or v-neck , skinny jeans with pair of converse or vans. Enter tourist – blinged out in Ed Hardy or even more blinged out Christian Audigier shirt and jeans with a white blazer and pointy shoes with DOUCHEBAG written across his...

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Posted May 12, 2009 in Tech

How To: Study on the Cheap

Your a student. You have a part-time job, but might not stick with it because it takes away from your party…uh…study time. Or maybe you like your job, because you get free chicken pita sandwiches when the boss looks the other way. Regardless – you’re probably on a tight budget (sort of the theme of my articles recently,...

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Posted May 11, 2009 in For Both, Shoes

I can’t stand the rain…

I couldn’t agree with Missy Elliot more!  I know I know, April showers bring May flowers but then how can I wear my gear without getting water marks and muddy scuffs?  Well, I searched high and low for what I think are the slick items to keep you dry! Galoshes make the comeback of the millennium with Swims. But, these are not your...

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Posted May 10, 2009 in Arts

For the LOVE of ART

Running through the month of May, from the 1st to the 31st, is the 6th edition of the Montréal Biennale. Rather than focus on the end product, the theme this year is “Open Culture”, with an emphasis on the participatory nature that technology allows in both contemporary art and our culture at large. The main headquarters for the Biennale is...

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Posted May 9, 2009 in For Her

Sex(y) Interview w/Robert Rodriguez

Sex(y) Interview w/Robert Rodriguez

It’s time to feel good again! Robert Rodriguez is taking us back to the 80s to remind us of our carefree attitude, or at least back to the decade where more of us were born. This young dashing bashful designer, who understands that a sexy woman is a confident one, reminds us how to be edgy and young with his trans-national collection. A...

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Posted May 8, 2009 in Hot Spots

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Ryerson University (Canada)

As a Ryerson University student, I get to walk through the heart of downtown Toronto each and every day on my way to class. This trip never fails to entertain me with all sorts of people watching, from students in inspiring creative clothes to big fashion oh-no’s. Lately though, I’ve been noticing there is one common thread around...

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