Rope sandals are not a new thing. They have been around for a while but they seem to be having a comeback in the summer trends for fashion blogger arena. They are stuck in my head and, although I’ve never been a sandals person myself,
The Everlane Day Heel is classic but versatile, girly but professional, relaxed but luxe, minimal but complex enough. Made ethically in Italy, like most Everlane shoes. The 100% leather shoe promises to deliver a realistic combination of comfort and minimalistic swaggery at a reasonable price. Personally,
They are part of the collective hysteria around straw basket bags. The round straw bali bag is so coveted I saw a brand on Instagram running out of stock in hours and doubling the price from $50 to $100 overnight due to the hefty demand.
Finally. An ethically-made, minimalist backpack at a great price. It is pretty annoying that any time you want to buy something with the “ethical fashion” label on it, you have to add like 50% to the price, it doesn’t make sense if you actually want to make
Not all fashion trends are created equal. There are those trends that have to do with a general aesthetic appreciation and following a clear architecture and color palette, they have to do more with geometry and less with brands or logos; with materials and textures rather
Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the future of automation and human work. Do I have the skills to survive in the era of the machines? I decided that predicting what this highly automated, highly efficient, [potentially] universal basic income kind of