This makes me happy. There’s a whole blog, Paleo-Future.Com, that focuses on images of the future that people in the past have held. Lots of Disney stuff, of course, but other very fascinating pictures, videos, and other resources.
Posted by Deana in Alien Invasions, Architecture, Art, Beauty and Fashion, Blog, Cosmetically Enhanced Vertebrates, Culture, Fun, History, Kitchen Sink, Oddly Enough, Science fiction, Technology on April 24th, 2007 | Comments Off
Nate sent me two links that you might be interested in. First comes Capsters, culturally sensitive sportswear for Muslim women: Created by young Dutch designer Cindy van den Bremen, Capsters are sleek head coverings made from comfortable, stretchy fabrics… Covering a woman’s head and neck as stipulated by Islamic or cultural tradition, they make it [...]
Posted by Chris in Anthropology, Beauty and Fashion, Shopping, Sports on December 29th, 2006 | 4 Comments »
It is true that the “women” you see in fashion magazines don’t truly exist. Even Cindy Crawford has said “even I don’t wake up looking like Cindy Crawford.” Now you can watch the evolution from reality to fantasy. I had to watch it twice.
Posted by Deb in Beauty and Fashion, Culture, Education, Feminism on November 23rd, 2006 | Comments Off
Families Weight Comments May Harm Girls for Years is the title of the article. This may seem obvious, but I sure wish someone had pointed that out to my parents. You know, diet programs at age eleven are 1) never a very good idea and 2) really hard on one’s self esteem, not to mention [...]
Posted by Deb in Beauty and Fashion, Culture, Feminism, Food, Medicine, Oddly Enough, Personality, Philosophy, Politics, Science, To Help on August 9th, 2006 | 2 Comments »
Good article from the New York times about ritual and fashion at a gay wedding between a former seminarian and a former monk, complete with huppah. Good read.
Posted by Deana in Beauty and Fashion, Community & Activism, Culture, Holiday! Celebrate!, Religion on July 18th, 2006 | 1 Comment »