Posts tagged "prints"

Etsy Spotlight: A Lovey Dovey Print For The Bedroom

Hugs and kisses. X and O. All wrapped up in a charming little brush stroke print. Whether you’re a hopeless romantic or a tic-tac-toe enthusiast (or both!), this would be a lovely addition to your bedroom decor. [$28.37, Rachillustrates]

home inspiration: 15 super cozy bed situations

Winona Dimeo-Ediger / April 20, 2014

Shop The Trend: Fruit Prints!

I am so pumped that spring weather has arrived! Shorter hemlines, lighter fabrics and happier prints, GET AT ME. Speaking of the latter, one of my favorite trends for spring is fruit. Lemons, limes, strawberries, watermelon and pineapple abound in many of the textiles being used for everything from dresses and skirts to crop tops and rompers.

Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 14, 2014

Must Haves: 10 Hot Hawaiian Prints

Hawaiian prints were all over the spring and resort runways this year–from Stella McCartney, Dries Van Noten and more. And now that it’s summer, it finally seems appropriate to break them out. While Hawaiian shirts might traditional be the purview of men, we’ve found girly, feminine interpretations of the trend for ladies. Check ‘em out!

Julie Gerstein / June 9, 2012

Dream Bottoms: Penis Leggings

Printed pants are hot right now, but these penis leggings take prints to an arousing level. Take a closer look. That’s a d**k print.  Suffice it to say, I must own these “Is that a c**k or your legs?” pants even though they cost $150. I will wear them all the time, and wear them…

Ami Angelowicz / May 16, 2012

Shopping Guide: 12 Perfectly Patterned Leggings

Patterned leggings are a simple way to seem dressed up without putting a whole heck of a lot more effort into your outfit. If you’re going to go with a crazy patterned bottom, keep the rest of your outfit plain and basic. Or else you’ll look like a clown. Which, you know, might be your…

Julie Gerstein / January 10, 2012

The Future Of Fashion Is Already In Print

Futuristic style never turns out how we picture it to be. (Damn! We were really hoping for a Jetsons-style dress with built-in jet packs some day.) Part of the problem is that fashion advances with little innovations that tend to fit in seamlessly with the rest of what’s around it. Today, the New York Times

Leonora Epstein / April 18, 2010

Urban Outfitters Launches Artsy-Fartsy “Print Shop”

Urban Outfitters, your favorite mass retailer of faux-culture, has just gotten a bit more artsy-fartsy with the launch of its new Print Shop. After teaming up with Society6, “an international artist community representing more than 70 countries worldwide,” Urban has selected works from their favorite artist members, and now presents you with a gallery of…

Leonora Epstein / April 12, 2010

Adorn Your Walls (And Yourself) With Gemstones

Since I’m trying to get my home together, I’ve been on the hunt for cool things to frame so I can rid my apartment of its bare walls. My inner nerd loves gemstone prints and bookplates like the one above, which go for less than $75 on Etsy and eBay (and often cost around 20…

Catherine Strawn / March 23, 2010

Beyonce Strikes A Colorful Pose

While shooting a music video in Rio de Janeiro with Alicia Keys, Beyonce donned a colorful mix of patterns. Do you ever wear more than one print at a time? [2/9/2010, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil]…

Catherine Strawn / February 10, 2010

Crave: Ivana Helsinki Scarves & Purses

For some, “handmade” conjures up images of poorly constructed crafts. For Ivana Helsinki, it means avant-garde prints from Finland. An oversized coin purse is adorned with a flock of birds. A silk scarf features hearts and daggers. [$84-$160,]…

Leonora Epstein / September 19, 2008

Crave: Celia Birtwell Brings Her Boho Prints To Express

We love Target for coming up with the genius idea of having cool designers do guest collections and we love the fact that every other store in the world is copying the idea. Celia Birtwell, who made really fun bohemian printed dresses and shirts in the ’70s, has done a line for Express and it’…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 14, 2008