- I’m all over these tie-dye leggings.
The latest site fitness fashion website worth bookmarking is Daub & Design. The airy, seamless design reflects the pared-down nature of the collection: only four different pieces are available: tie-dye leggings, seamless undies and scarves available in cotton or crepe de chine. Vancouver-based designer Lexi Soukoreff hand-dyes every single piece, so there are variations in print and colour. Just think—you’ll be bespoke throughout your Bikram class. And $89 for a pair of handmade, flattering, Canadian leggings sounds kind of amazing to me. Think indie Lululemon meets artisanal hippie.
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Katniss Everdeen in her now-famous one-shoulder sweater from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Image courtesy Lionsgate.
I saw the Hunger Games: Catching Fire more than two weeks ago on the opening weekend—in its full Imax glory—and I am still thinking about the oatmeal-coloured one-shouldered cowl-neck sweater Katniss wore in the opening scene.
I know I am not alone. Whether you agree with the staging of the movie’s climactic final scenes or not—it was a rare weak point for me—virtually everyone (okay, women) I’ve discussed the movie with has made some sort of comment like “But I just loved that sweater!”
Find out more about the inspiration behind the sweater—and how to get your own version… Read more…
The original painting: Zoë Pawlak’s Over Oceans. Image courtesy Zoë Pawlak.
“Being an entrepreneur and artist, you cannot be afraid to take risks,” says Zoë Pawlak. Perhaps that’s why the Vancouver-based painter and illustrator who specializes in figurative and landscape canvases—and describes her personal style as “eclectic and practical”—recently embarked on her first product collaboration: A series of five wool rugs based on her painting Over Oceans.
Take a look at the rugs and what Zoë Pawlak has to say about the collab…