2010 August 27

School Supplies

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Erasers Erasers
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We are in love with Hapa Culture, the Japanese site that meets all of your eraser needs. From rubber erasers shaped like dim sum, cannolis or milkshakes, all are cheerful and look tasty enough to eat. Contain yourself! These quirky creations are 100% inedible and meant purely for removing mistakes.

 


2010 August 27

Buckle Up With Bottega

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Bottega Veneta Bangle Bottega Veneta Bangle
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This time instead of weaving leather a la their signature intrecciato methods, Bottega Veneta is weaving...gold. The task sounds like quite a feat, but Bottega can work wonders! And yes, this buckle bangle is as functional as it appears and completely adjustable. Chic suggests you secure it well...you don't want to misplace this $55,000 beauty!


2010 August 27

Scratch and Sip

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Cuppa Luck tea set Cuppa Luck tea set
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Now, we certainly don’t admit to blowing all our cash on lotto tickets every week, but there is something satisfying about scratching off a ticket and anticipating a big win. The Cuppa Luck Tea Set offers this same rush and a delicious cup of tea! Scratch off the matte silver coating to reveal a surprise pattern. No gamble here; you win every time.

 

 



2010 August 27

Perfect Vision

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Eye Chart Cushion Eye Chart Cushion
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Has all that staring at your iPad screen for hours on end left you with blurred vision? No matter; instead of making the trek to the optometrist, simply give yourself an at-home test with the practical (and comfy!) Eye Chart Pillow. Did you pass? Treat yourself to a congratulatory nap.

 


2010 August 27

Welcome to LimoLand

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LimoLand in the Meatpacking District LimoLand in the Meatpacking District
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Beginning as the brainchild of international art collector and photographer Johnny Piagozzi, LimoLand is a hybrid of color, influence from Tanzanian art (that quirky logo), and sportwear shapes. After appearing in Colette and Dover Street Market, LimoLand is making a permanent appearance in the U.S. with the opening of its first free-standing store in the Meatpacking District across from The Standard. The store, staffed by friendly faces and decorated with furry grass, is chock full of vibrant menswear. Electric yellow pima polos, silk lined hoodies, printed swim trunks and reversible down outwear all come in shocking shades, perfect for a man who doesn't get lost in a sea of black and grey in the city. Chic Report forsees some ladies swiping these bright separates from their counterpart's closets...


2010 August 26

Fragile Kicks

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Paper Shoes Paper Shoes
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Take a close look at these sneaks. Something seems a bit off, non? At first glance the kicks look as if they’ve gone through their fair share of wear and tear. Look again. The tennis shoes created by Cyril Hatt are actually made entirely from printed paper. We’re not sure if we’re ready to test these on the streets of New York (at least not without a Tetanus shot beforehand!), but this does take eco-chic to a new level.

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