That's what this is.
For instance, here's a link to Diana Eng's laser-cut (with REAL LASERS!) t-shirts. (I feel as if we should all support any sartorial endeavor that involves REAL LASERS.)
Here's an absurdly complicated Adrian pattern that is going for an absurdly low price on eBay. Adrian!
I feel like this woman, recently captured by the Sartorialist, would be a kindred spirit.
The New York Times does its annual "women wear dresses in the summer!" article. (But it's a nice one.)
Who makes spacesuits? The heroic seamstresses of Playtex. No kidding.
Has anyone been to the new roller-skating rink by the High Line? Please do tell!
Here's a creepy-cool fashion necklace from ModCloth. (It's like wearing a pattern story around your neck.)
And if you're wondering what I've been up to lately (aside from this blog), it's basically just been all thermogeddon and kispet around here.
Keep 'em coming, folks …
4 thoughts on “A Bunch of Links”
On the TED blog http://blog.ted.com/2011/07/20/new-ted-book-erin-mckeans-aftercrimes-geoslavery-and-thermogeddon/
you said “Worda are like houses for ideas”
I love that, you genius lexicographer! Have you read “Frindle” by Andrew Clements? It’s about a boy challenged to invent a word.
Thanks Laura! I have read Frindle and I love it …
that’s funny, for a split second, I thought the Sart had actually gotten YOU on film when I saw that the other day.
How did I miss that NYT (annual) paean to summer dresses? The Sart girl looks like your East Coast cousin.