Posts tagged "urban outfitters"

Cue Jealousy: 17-Year-Old Fashion Blogger To Design Line For Urban Outfitters

When you were a teen, you were lucky if your claim to fame was getting the lead in the school play or a profile in your local newspaper. Oh, how times have changed, especially for Jane Aldridge, the 17-year-old blogger behind the fashion site, Sea of Shoes, who was asked to collaborate with Urban Outfitter…

By: Leonora Epstein / June 23, 2009

Sliding Scale: Seersucker & Strappy Sandals

Seersucker: it's crisp, it's WASPy and it's the perfect print to wear as you chase the Kennedy grandkids out of your heirloom tomato patch. Or pretend to, at least. Anyone and everyone can wear seersucker—ideally with no small amount of irony. Here's four looks we like: Perfect your "I feel for the working class" face…

By: Jessica Wakeman / May 24, 2009

Is Urban Outfitters A H8R?

By now most people know that Urban Outfitters owner Richard Hayne is a raging Republican and has donated thousands of dollars to right-wing causes, but what you might not be aware of is that Urban pulled a line of "I support gay marriage" t-shirts in California after only selling them for a week. It’s not…

By: Wendy Atterberry / December 10, 2008

Designer Lines Now At Urban Outfitters

You might want to make a weekend shopping trip to Urban Outfitters, either in person or online. Three of the store's many designer collaborations hit stores this week: S Loves C by Spring & Clifton, Grey Antics by Grey Ant, and Bee 23 by Bing Bang. Keep reading to see some of our favorite look…

By: Catherine Strawn / September 28, 2008

Crave: Destination Necklace

For those who love to travel or covet a particular city, this necklace is perfect for displaying which place has your heart. Destination charm necklace available in: Amsterdam, California, Paris, Texas, Venice, London, New York, and Tokyo. [$24, UrbanOutfitters.com]…

By: Leigh Raines / September 26, 2008

Urban Outfitters Launches Secondary Lines With Indie Designers

Marc, I love you, but things aren't working out. I just can't afford your $400 tops anymore. This is why I've turned to Urban Outfitters lately to get my designer fashion fix. Over the past few months, Urban Outfitters has jumped on the fashion "class for the masses" bandwagon, a phenomenon made popular by Target'…

By: Leonora Epstein / August 18, 2008
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