Market Publique Lookbook – Vintage Fashion w/ a Modern Spin

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Market Publique Lookbook Gives Vintage Fashion a Modern Spin (Photos)

We like to feature some of our favorite websites, photographers, bloggers and others that are as crazy about vintage as we are. When it comes to Vintage Fashion, style and photography we think that Market Publique is doing a great job leading the pack. Thier online website features a great photography collection of carefully put together vintage outfits in their online lookbook. Take a look at these, they are not just hard to fing rare vintage items, but your every day cool vintage fashion.

Founded by Pamela Castillo, Market Publique brings together a community of buyers and sellers to champion vintage fashion. When it comes to shopping online, photographs mean everything and they do it better than well; their look books breath life–and style–into older clothing, giving them a modern spin

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Read more over at Market Publique’s blog. http://blog.marketpublique.com/
Check out their great look books at http://welcome.marketpublique.com/lookbooks/

 

Vintage Denim Jackets

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#301 Vintage Denim Jackets

The denim jacket has always been a fashion luminary. From its strong presence in the Italian military to its identity changing debut in 1950’s cinema, denim continues to attract a multitude of consumers from actors, to rockers, from prepsters to western wearers and from greasers to regular folks on the street. The Denim Jacket embodies the attitudes most people want to project; athlete, hipster, motorcycle rider, outdoorsman, rock star or the casual everyman. With styles of Lee, Levi and Wrangler offered this line allows a perfect fit, style and wash for every individual from the past and present.

*Our mix contains both men and women’s cuts and styles, and is only available in a pre-made mix of sizes sm-xl

VINTAGE JEAN JACKETS

Item # 301
Fabric: denim
Eras: 60’s – 90’s
Style: Mens & Womens
Grades: Branded (Lee, Levi, Wrangler) or Mix Brands

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Please Note that the photo is only a sample of the type of items we use for our Mix. Generally our packs come with a size run of 6 small 8 medium 7 large 4 xl. Each pack is original and one of a kind, no two packs are alike. For more information on how we put together our 25 packs please

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Science Friction

recycled magazine chair

Paper is hands down one of the biggest success stories when it comes to recycling. We are slowly gaining ground with aluminum, plastic and textiles but we still have such a long way to come. Designer Merryn Haines-Gold has come up with a way to recycle paper other than throwing it into the blue bin, he made a chair. To make this great chair he used the recycled wooden frame from an old directors chair and old magazines along with loose bits of paper to remake it into a functioning chair.

Friction from the design holds the chair together, not glue. Each piece of paper is laid over each other, similar to like when you are shuffling a deck of cards wrapped with a a single strip of plastic. The seat bonded to the chair by tie wraps that are connected through small holes that are drilled into the paper.

The design is a available for sale, but the designer also presents it as a DIY project for you go getters out there.

That is the beauty of the idea, it is very simple and can be recreated anywhere with any magazine you wish, it also does not even have to be a magazine, it can be loose bits of paper, as long as they are roughly the same shape and the surfaces are able to engage with each other, the friction will do the rest…..just don’t leave it outside.

This looks like a fun weekend project for just about anyone out there. Next time you see a beat up directors chair at a garage sale or flea market keep this idea in mind. With a collection of some old magazines you can have a cool green project to work on. At the very best you will have a great new art piece that people can sit in, at the very least you will learn a little bit about how friction works.

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