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The month of August signals a special, bittersweet notion: the approaching end of summer paired with the promise of crisp, fall fashion. It's a complicated set of feelings, and finally, we've found a New York designer who totally gets the simultaneous heartbreak and excitement about having to layer and work boots and socks into our wardrobes again. Heartloom, a modern bohemian label responsible for our new favorite dresses, channels those very emotions in its fall/winter '13 look book. The models are very unimpressed with the onset of chilly temps, while at the same time fighting the love for the vintage-inspired silhouettes and prints that now make up their transitional wardrobes. They'll have their indoor tea party, but they're not terribly thrilled about it.
This just in from backstage at Fashion Week: It's not all about moisturizer! That's right: As the month has progressed, we've seen a lot of very inspired — and even downright bizarre — things walking down the runways. And, while most of them are still distinctly wearable (see: the leather-adorned "crocodile tails" at read
We do a lot of potting and repotting here at the office. Plants typically need to be repotted every year to 18 months. A common misconception is that it's simply about choosing a cute, new pot, when the purpose is really changing a plant's soil or potting mix. This is obviously great news if you love your planter. On the read