Thursday, September 30, 2010
mr. newton + my own eztextiles collage
some of you may remember that when i first told you guys about EZ TEXTILES...
my friend helped to launch the site, which is a dream for fashion fiends + designers!
it is the world's largest online library of production-ready, royalty-free digital textile designs, which makes the once time consuming + costly process of buying + converting textiles designs, now a quick + easy process. subscribers to the new website can freely search, visualize + build personalized design collections for apparel, home furnishing + virtually any other creative project.
i finally got a chance to play around on the site + got lost for hours creating different designs!
i decided to take the über inspiring streetstyle shot above + attempt to recreate it using the EZtextiles system-- being on there is seriously amazing + addictive.
make sure to try out the SITE with the free trial subscription! oh and check out their BLOG too!
if you make any cool recreations or designs of your own- share them in the comments!
i was extremely touched when RALPH LAUREN asked me to be a part of
the 10 year anniversary celebration of their PINK PONY campaign.
PINK PONY was started to help raise awareness of cancer + to raise funds for research.
as some of you may know, my father was recently diagnosed with cancer so this
endeavor + my choice to be a part of this campaign is a personal one.
100 bloggers were asked to help raise awareness by photographing
themselves wearing the classic RL polo bearing the pink polo icon.
my photo is above, but make sure to check out all the fab bloggers involved HERE.
I hope you will join us in this fight against cancer and support PINK PONY!
There are many ways to get involved:
- shop the PINK PONY collection- 10% of proceeds support the fund.
- a charity buzz auction will run on CHARITYBUZZ from October 1st to October 21st.
100% of proceeds from the aucution will benefit the Pink Pony Fund
- text PINKPONY to 501501 to automatically donate $10.
- spread the word!
thanks guys! this really means a lot!
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