Monday, December 2, 2013
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Sunday, September 22, 2013
Urban Street Bazaar is coming up october 19th-20th in bishop arts! the weather is changing and it's time to shop for fall, so mark your calendars.
yomono will be there in full force with brand new bags, bow ties, and pouches, handmade with <3 in dallas, tx.
come support your local handmade artisans! but more importantly, walk away with some cool-ass merchandise!
see you there!
Monday, August 26, 2013
working in an arguably "accessible" menswear environment, i tend to gravitate toward the more wearable runway fare for everyday purposes, mostly to get the point across with as few what-the-fuck-style faces as possible. which is why it's so refreshing to see actual art on the runway. you won't see this little gem in barney's anytime soon, because this is a showcase of aesthetic, not a catalog pre-order.
|image from stylesight.com|
not that i at all dislike thom browne's in-store line, because i consistently love his suits.
but this is about expression and doing exactly what he feels like doing. his past several seasons have been satirical juxtaposition of masculinity and femininity, smashed together in a somewhat comical but no less serious manner, and he's dead on every time.
he's made me add a qualifying "except when thom browne does it" clause to more than one statement. por ejemplo: "I hate nautical..." or "Clown plaid looks stupid..." (though, to be fair, i can say the same for gaultier in regard to the former.)
so my point is this: i love you, thom browne, whether you are over-plaid-ing or shoulder-padding or tacking on a little something to protect those crown jewels -- i freaking love you.
so i leave you with this link to my pinterest board of some favorites from SS14.
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
|yomono.etsy.com - photo x studio rocket science|
Thursday, June 6, 2013
1 cup unsweetened almond milk (or soy, coconut, rice, hemp, flax...whatever gets you going)
3 tbsp chia seeds (sold in bulk at wholefoods)
2 squeezes of agave nectar (or your sweetener of choice, to taste)
and now the fun part....flavoring it however you want! hint: if you replace the agave above with maple syrup, it will be more of a oatmeal-y flavor. there are a million recipes online. personally, i use the agave and then add:
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 tsp cocoa powder
1/2 cup fresh berries (or granola, pumpkin seeds, whatever)
pour the milk, vanilla, cocoa, and agave in a bowl. whisk together until completely incorporated. add the chia seeds, and whisk until they are well distributed in the mix, and all seeds are wet. leave on the counter for 10 minutes, then whisk again to break up any big chunks. put in the fridge to chill overnight, or at least an hour or two. top with fruit right before you eat. makes 2 pretty good sized servings.
we made 2 versions of this recipe last night and had the cocoa version for breakfast. good job, "us!"
Monday, April 29, 2013
so after the whirlwind first quarter with 2 amazing runway shows, and a short break thereafter, i'm back in the saddle!
i have a lookbook in works with the talented folks at studio ROCKET SCIENCE and, not to brag, but guys & gals, it's going to slap you in the face with awesomeness. look for it here in the coming weeks!
also look for bag and accessory restocks at Indie Genius, which are coming soon. AND i'll get my fw13 garb up on etsy for custom orders shortly, so watch for that, too.
see you soon....