Has it ever happened to you? You just cranked the large brass propeller of that flying octopus like gizmo you spent years building. You know the one. It shoots oil for a quick getaway. The tip of the tentacles shoot sparks to ignite fires. And the suction cups are recoiling vents that suck in all the beautiful gems and diamonds needed to fund such a gear stricken behemoth. And just as you’re ready to rule the world. You realize that you forgot you’re large mad-scientist goggles. [ Continue Reading ]
Nina Peter loves gloves. These are the latest in hand fashion from the Nina Peter line, subtly titled ‘Glove Love’. These gloves are so bitchin’! They cover a wide range of looks from classic white to funk-biker, but no matter the look, they are designed to feel like a second layer of skin, silky and smooth, and unbeatably comfortable. [ Continue Reading ]
I’ve been known to “overindulge”. I do not have A+ dexterity. I tend to think of Stop signs as suggestions rather than commands. I often get lost in thought. I really, really want a motorcycle. [ Continue Reading ]
What’s happening here? Are these tacky accessories in space? And why’s the snake so interested in the handbag? I mean, what the fuck would a snake have to do with a handbag? And what about these other shots? What’s that frog doing in there? The little fella certainly appears to be uncomfortable. And you would be too, if you were in one of UK-based Paulo Sutch‘s photographs. [ Continue Reading ]
A brooch from a bottle? Recycling rules. While you may not be able to say designer Gulnur Zdaglar Guvenc‘s name three times fast, you”ll want at least that many of his chic and earth-friendly accessories. Guvenc makes beautiful necklaces, buttons, and brooches from used PET (polyethylene terephtalate) bottles, adding a twinge of do-gooding to your fashion repertoir. [ Continue Reading ]
MGM rebooted the Pink Panther film franchise a few years back, I completely forgot. I wasn’t even aware of the sequel, due out next month. (Studios release their worst movies in February). I’ve only taken notice of it now because of the product tie-in deal between MGM and British haberdasher Thomas Pink.
I guess there’s a certain kitsch value to it all, but there remains little chance of my braving the film.