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ModCloth.com is an e-retailer that sells affordable independent designer women’s fashion. They’ve attracted a large, devoted following through their unique selection of indie clothing and engaging promotions on the ModLife Blog and social networks. LINK

ModCloth.com is an e-retailer that sells affordable independent designer women’s fashion. They’ve attracted a large, devoted following through their unique selection of indie clothing and engaging promotions on the ModLife Blog and social networks. LINK


Wallpaper, using the printmaking technique of woodcut, gained popularity in Renaissance Europe amongst the emerging gentry. By the early 20th century, wallpaper had established itself as one of the most popular household items across the Western world.

Wallpaper, using the printmaking technique of woodcut, gained popularity in Renaissance Europe amongst the emerging gentry. By the early 20th century, wallpaper had established itself as one of the most popular household items across the Western world.


Melvin Sokolsky’s Bubble photographs were the sensation of the Paris spring haute couture collections in 1963. Drawing on a rich mixture of influences as diverse as Bosch and Dalí, Sokolsky produced a wonderful trompe-l’oeil series in which a model wearing the latest Dior creations was trapped inside a huge plastic bubble as it floated around familiar Parisian locations.◎The TelegraphMelvin Sokolsky’s Bubble photographs were the sensation of the Paris spring haute couture collections in 1963. Drawing on a rich mixture of influences as diverse as Bosch and Dalí, Sokolsky produced a wonderful trompe-l’oeil series in which a model wearing the latest Dior creations was trapped inside a huge plastic bubble as it floated around familiar Parisian locations.◎The TelegraphMelvin Sokolsky’s Bubble photographs were the sensation of the Paris spring haute couture collections in 1963. Drawing on a rich mixture of influences as diverse as Bosch and Dalí, Sokolsky produced a wonderful trompe-l’oeil series in which a model wearing the latest Dior creations was trapped inside a huge plastic bubble as it floated around familiar Parisian locations.◎The TelegraphMelvin Sokolsky’s Bubble photographs were the sensation of the Paris spring haute couture collections in 1963. Drawing on a rich mixture of influences as diverse as Bosch and Dalí, Sokolsky produced a wonderful trompe-l’oeil series in which a model wearing the latest Dior creations was trapped inside a huge plastic bubble as it floated around familiar Parisian locations.◎The TelegraphMelvin Sokolsky’s Bubble photographs were the sensation of the Paris spring haute couture collections in 1963. Drawing on a rich mixture of influences as diverse as Bosch and Dalí, Sokolsky produced a wonderful trompe-l’oeil series in which a model wearing the latest Dior creations was trapped inside a huge plastic bubble as it floated around familiar Parisian locations.◎The Telegraph

Melvin Sokolsky’s Bubble photographs were the sensation of the Paris spring haute couture collections in 1963. Drawing on a rich mixture of influences as diverse as Bosch and Dalí, Sokolsky produced a wonderful trompe-l’oeil series in which a model wearing the latest Dior creations was trapped inside a huge plastic bubble as it floated around familiar Parisian locations.◎The Telegraph