Katie Tardif

Let’s talk about the style, oh and Kurt Cobain

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Lip Sync Battle with Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton

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Need Supply FW14 Campaign is on point, timeless + chic

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Free Fall Fashion – CREAM $300 Giveaway + PROMO CODES!!!

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Hey Gals! Summer’s over and I’m bumming…no more summer Fridays and long weekends at the beach. BUT it is time to wear my favorite leather coat, cable-knit sweater and drink a little too much red wine. Fall is my favorite season to dress for  and I’m excited to be giving away FREE $$$ for clothes! I’m giving away $300 to 1 winner to spend on the CREAM app! And 25% off to everyone that checks out their app. Follow the steps below for your chance to win & if you don’t win you’ll still get…read more

Bonobo – The Keeper (Banks Remix)

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A single dream is more powerful than a thousand realities ―J.R.R. Tolkien

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The History of Fabric Dye by Juliette Donatelli for Zady

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Imagine a world without color. A world without the little black dress, colorful sundresses or even the crisp white shirt. It’s hard to fathom our wardrobe without a bounty of shades. The ancient world was much more colorful than we might imagine. The first recorded mention of fabric dyeing dates back to 2600 BC. Originally, dyes were made with natural pigments mixed with water and oil used to decorate skin, jewelry and clothing. Those same dyes were also used for painting prehistoric caves, which emerged in places like El Castillo,…read more

On your journey through life, make sure your biography has at least one extraordinary chapter.

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Tomas van Houtryve: A Sky Full of Cameras

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For the past 15 years I’ve worked as a professional photojournalist, inspired by the camera’s ability to connect human beings, document news, and capture beauty. But there is a darker side to how photography is used in our world today. Cameras are increasingly deployed for surveillance, spying, or targeting. I often wonder whether these uses have already eclipsed traditional ones, such as portraiture and fine art. Are we at a point in the evolution of photography where the medium has become weaponized? Nothing symbolizes this trend better than the rise…read more

The coral triangle -earth’s underwater Amazon

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