“plastic bag is a short film by the acclaimed director Ramin Bahrani and explores the journey of a plastic bag as it sets out to trace its existence and its maker. The film depicts how the bag struggles with its immortality and travels across America filled with mixed experiences, before settling down into the trash patch of the Pacific Ocean.”
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theres’s something very cerebral, elegant and geeky about Yuma Fujimaki‘s circuit jewellery.
but definitely something you will love and that nerdy computer engineer husband of yours will approve this shopping spree of yours.
Made from recycled electronic waste, Fujimaki’s collection features old circuits transformed into richly detailed rings, simple pendants and brooches fit for the techie fashionista while presenting another innovative way to tackle a widespread problem.
it is not rare to find an eco fashion line in stores near you.
but it is really rare to find one that makes you look chic and expensive at the same time.
Isoude is one of these rare finds. With each garment produced within a 200 mile radius of their home base, Newport, Rhode Island, the fashion label has care for their environmental footprint as well as an aim to of putting money back into the local economy. They also pay fair wages to employees and provide a safe and healthy working environment.
with the structured cutting and an impeccable silhouette thats embraces the woman figure. Isoude is definitely one of the label that you wanna invest in.
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lately in my art, design and media school, there has been a heated argument over carrying a plastic bag vs a miu miu bag.
and yes many would have agreed that the plastic bag will look cheap on people but i beg to defer.
i think if we could marry this ancient material with fashion, it will produce exceptional results.
what do you think?
meanwhile, we take a look at an editorial shot for Vogue Korea Dec ’09 with Karlie Kloss werqing it as usual.
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