Inspired by nature, Russian artist Alexandra Goltsova (of Mart Bag) crafts charming embroidered bags adorned with floral motifs and stitched forest creatures. From cute purses to cross-body bags, Goltsova’s cheerful collection lets wearers carry a little piece of the outdoors with them everywhere they go. Goltsova begins by meticulously hand-stitching her embroidery design onto lush velour fabric.
The annual National Beard and Moustache Championships are an opportunity for facial hair aficionados to gather together and get creative...
The cure for cold toes and drab winter days is fun, artsy socks.
Tis the season for festive holiday gatherings. Throughout the years, there’s one event that has proven itself a staple—the ugly Christmas sweater party! It’s where guests come dressed in their favorite (and also their least favorite) top. You know the kind; the ugly Christmas sweater boasts kitschy knitting and ostentatious trims. For these fetes, the crazier the details, the better. So come Dancer and Prancer, you’re the perfect additions to an oversized cardigan.
Denim jackets have been a wardrobe staple ever since they were popularized by silver screen stars such as James Dean...
From October 31 to November 2, Mexico celebrates one of its most historically and culturally important events, Día de los...
There’s nothing quite like a steaming hot bowl of delicious dumplings to warm you up on a cold day. Wellness brand Smoko have come up with a novel way to celebrate that exact feeling with their dumpling-shaped heated slippers. Sold by Urban Outfitters, the super-cute, plump footwear is a novel way to express your love of food, all while keeping you delightfully cozy.
South Korean tattoo artist Le jardin de Zihwa, known simply as Zihwa, creates delicate drawings on the skin.
If you want to send a message that’s short and to the point, look no further than enamel pins. These wearable works of art are perfect for people who wear their hearts on their sleeves—even when they’re rolled up and ready for business. Case in point? These feminist pins by The Unemployed Philosophers Guild.
Halloween is just around the corner and, for many, that means it’s time to get creative.
It’s no secret that art and cats make a purr-fect pair.