Austin Millz, Claire Ridgely – Broke Boy
And for a brief moment, we’re dipping back into Fall 2019 RTW with this collection. We’re okay doing this because Ralph Lauren is iconic, obviously!Read more “Ralph Lauren”
In a world in which you would believe Seattle would be the clear winner, it actually isn’t! Prior to Chicago now taking over with the largest Starbucks, that title used to belong to Tokyo. This November, the Chicago Starbucks will move into the 4-story 43,000 square foot store front that used to belong to a former Crate & Barrel. Like other Starbucks locations that you have known to grow and love, it will feature an array of teas, coffees, and cafe food selections. I’m really unclear on how it needs to be 4-stories, but I’m curious to see how the space will be used.
San Francisco’s beloved denim brand, Levi Strauss, will open up an exhibition next year to be displayed in the Contemporary Jewish Museum. Titled “Levi Strauss: A History of American Style,” the museum will showcase classic archived pieces through the years. There will be 150 pieces to view including a number considered vintage, promotional materials, and marketing items.
The museum will make its debut starting February 13th and will run through August 9th, 2020. There are many amazing museums that I have yet to visit, but exhibits like these are such a great reason to make a trip for. Mark your calendars now because this will be a popular one!
Ulla Johnson is my favorite aspirational brand to love. I call it aspirational because I personally don’t believe that I can pull off these bohemian-inspired looks, but it’s what I dream of. Free People is another one of those brands for me. Whether it’s feeling like I don’t have the height or the persona to embody this, that doesn’t mean I can’t appreciate an incredible collection season after season when I see one. I can already tell that this is going to be my favorite collection for prints.Read more “Ulla Johnson”