Just browsing through Lolly Clothing website, and noticed how unique and creative their clothes have turn out to be. Wanted to share their visual with the viewers.
About the company:
For the city girl with a bit of earth, wind and fire in her blood, Lolly reinterprets artisanal traditions with a gritty, street-smart aesthetic. Innovative washes, organic prints and bohemian silhouettes conjure an urban-gypsy mystique. The clothing line is complemented by a collection of bold accessories, Obvious by Lolly. As the name implies, these modern tribal pieces are larger than life and are sure to turn heads. The exaggerated expression of Obvious’ belts, bags and jewelry draw on the most dramatic elements in nature. The result is an eye-catching collection for today’s nomad.
Gwen Stefani was photographed heading into an office building in Los Angeles on May 3, working a black and hot pink look for her day of errands. Starting with a pink biker jacket, Gwen then wore a black tee (like Splendid’s Butterfly Sleeve Top in Black, Black, or if you’re in the mood for hot pink after seeing these photos of Gwen, try Monrow’s Crew Neck Tee in Neon Pink) with zippered leggings (I love Hard Tail’s Riding Pant In Black) and a pair of black boots. A delicate silver necklace (similar to Satya Jewelry’s Manifest Necklace in Emerald) and funky shades completed GS’ ensemble. Are you into this one for Gwen, everyone? In other Gwen news, more info about her children’s line for Target has recently come to light. According to Stefani: “When I first started this line, I thought it was going to be for under 5, but Target wanted me to do the bigger girls, which is a really strange age. They’re so inspired by things they see, trying to find themselves, expressing themselves, they’re influenced by friends, what they see on TV and the Internet. I thought it sounded like a big job but I’ve gotten into it.” Have any of you snagged pieces from Gwen’s line for your little ones?
Congratulation to Lenzing fibers for being an USDA certified biobased product.
This new award means that Lenzing can now use the 100% Biobased label on all of its tencel products including Tencel A100, LF and Tencel lyocell and is significant in the USA given the signing of a recent memo by President Obama in February 2012 that requires the federal government to increase its purchases of bio-based products.