Posts tagged "catalogs"

What Strange Stuff Did You Do As A Kid?

Yesterday, Amelia and I were discussing a random post idea, and Frederick's of Hollywood came up. At that moment I remembered how much I enjoyed reading that catalog when I was younger. Yes, I read every product description in Frederick's of Hollywood from cover to cover when I was only about 9 or 10. I…
By: Annika Harris / October 6, 2010

Funny New Blog: “Catalog Living” Captions The Absurdity Of Home Catalogs

I am a complete catalog whore. I love the styling of the clothes in the J.Crew catalog, the ramshackle, shabby chic-ness of the Anthropologie catalog, and the total randomness of some of the furniture placements in the CB2 and West Elm catalogs. Someone has taken that obsession a step further and has imagined the live…
By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / July 6, 2010

Anthropologie’s August Catalog Features Real(er) People

Anthropologie's August catalog is out, and instead of the whimsical models they usually include, the company photographed "real people" wearing their clothes. Everyone and their mother is into street style photography these days, with Scott "The Sartorialist" Schuman even snapping the latest ad campaign for DKNY Jeans. It is nice to…
By: Catherine Strawn / August 5, 2009

How Many Catalogs Do You Get?

And how many of them do you actually want? Yesterday, I received six catalogs for quite possibly some of the most obscure clothing companies out there. The only one I was happy to keep was the Barneys one (which I had actually signed up for). As for Casual Living, Ulla Popken (I have no idea…
By: Leonora Epstein / April 23, 2009

The Last 31 Days Of 2008: Stop Getting Catalogs

Some catalogs are worth their weight in paper, others are a waste. I get an average of two L.L. Bean catalogs a month, and while I adore them and the fact that they sell plaid duct tape (amazing, right?!), I really don't need to see the same sweaters, duck boots, and…
By: Catherine Strawn / December 11, 2008

Five Catalogs Your Mailbox Will Be Happy To Get

I don't get much mail, except for the occasional postcard from my mom and the handful of magazines I subscribe to. For the most part, this pleases me because I'm not wasting as much paper as I would if I received L.L. Bean catalogs every week. However, amidst crap catalogs like Just For…
By: Catherine Strawn / September 26, 2008