Posts tagged "History"
The LBD -- no wardrobe is complete without it! Our latest Shop by Style showcase reminds you that LBD does not imply "little boring dress." From gowns to minis, the wonder of the universally flattering hue (or I guess, absence of) lies in its storied past...
If Adjmi's interpretation of this royal lass strays from the actualities of her life, then we don't care! Cussing, dancing, and self-realizing are perfect for our version of Marie's legend.
The story usually goes "rags to riches," but the American Repertory Theater reminds us that sometimes history proves itself otherwise. In Marie Antoinette, playwright David Adjmi tells the story of France's most notorious Queen on the downward spiral from riches to rags.
Without the innovative thoughts and vivid imaginations of a select few, we would still be watching black and white television or tugging at uncomfortable corsets. Australian artist Works By Knight developed his "Analogue to Digital" series to pay homage to notable modern innovators.
Blogue tipped us off to these wild vintage bra ads peddling the infamous cone style and we can't stop checking them out. Seems that everyone was interested in oomph and lift long before Victoria's Secret burst onto the scene.
Please welcome Claw, a legend in her own right with a an extensive catalog of knowledge on fine art and street art over the last several decades. We are thrilled to see what she'll be whipping up as the Art & Design voice in "Our Girls" roster!
I'm digging this vintage Dior ad, mostly because I'm sure green, blue, and yellow were not necessarily popular hues at the time. It is a nice reminder though that the wild pigments of the 21st century aren't as groundbreaking as we may think!
Fast Company linked up with our big boss, Greg Selkoe, to discuss the company's humble origins -- and why we should all be sending "Thank You" cards to his dad.
Karmaloop CEO Greg Selkoe spoke at the 75th anniversary of Boston's Fashion Group International membership. Recap after the jump!
Here at the Kloop headquarters, we are really feeling the new fall line from Australian brand, Insight. In case you haven’t already heard all about ‘em, here’s a bit of history: Insight Clothing emerged from humble beginnings from Sydney’s Northern Beaches in the late 90′s as a complimentary line to the already established Insight Surfboards....
It is no surprise that our creative director and co-owner of Karmaloop.com, Dina Selkoe, has been honored by M.I.S.S., the premier women’s online lifestyle magazine, in their Women Making History feature. Dina is half the reason why Karmaloop even exists and she is nothing short of brilliant, cool and chic. Dina is certainly making history....