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Halloween Costume Ideas: From an Apocalyptic Launch Party

  Great News!  If you were in LA and had the chance to attend the super successful Pre-Launch Party this Tuesday, then, I hope you had a blast!  And, we reached 30% of the goal by the end of the First Official Launch Day! Major Thank YOU to all involved! For those who couldn't attend, here's what went down: 1. Try on stations, where guests could try on samples of all the items in the collection.  2. Live photoshoot/photobooth with apocalypse themed props 3. Giveaways, food, and many dranks! With Kickstarter, you have to reach your project goal, or you lose it all! What Apocalypse. Ready. collection wouldn't love high stakes? Here's how you can help (and be rewarded with cool...

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Which Kind of Fashion Minimalist Are You? Or, are You Really Just Beyonce?

It's simple to determine. Are you Solange (uber-minimalist)or are you Beyonce (uber-maximist). Are you so over the "more is more" mentality in the fashion industry? You might actually be a fashion minimalist. Dare I say, a fashion purist? There are 2 main ways you could be a fashion minimalist. 1. Practical: You have a lean wardrobe. Rather than having 200 items in your closet of which you only wear 30, you might have 50 items in your closet. Those 50 items are all high quality. In other words, quality over quantity wins here. This is totally contrary to fashion consumerism today, but I tend to sip the minimalist Kool-Aid. Do you? In today's lingo, it appears in the difference between slow fashion...

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Top 5 Brands That Give Back, and You Might Not Know the Names!

Giving back is part of our ethos. We give a portion of sales to the Women's Refugee Commission. Yep, 10% of every purchase goes to women refugees who need your support now more than ever before.   Toms and Warby Parker are known for being charitable businesses, but check out these other amazing brands that give back too! They're on my holiday list this year! <br/> 1. Stone & Cloth Coming off of an impressive Kickstarter, Stone a& Cloth is a backpack brand that is locally made and sourced with the individual in mind. Every purchase assures 25 hours of learning in Africa.  2. Sevenly Every week, Sevenly promotes a new cause or charity and designs custom tees to go with...

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