Julia Angel's Blog – October 2010 Archive (11)

Rad Pad for the Little Lad - Stylish Boy’s Bedroom on a Budget

Is it possible to have stylish, kid-friendly home? Is it possible to rescue your lovingly decorated home from being buried under the avalanche of toys and prevent saccharine cutesy and cheesy characters’ assaults on your refined taste? Find the answers in Kirsten Krason Good Design with Kids in Mind series. Stock up on sophisticated, yet kid friendly and deliciously comfortable reversible bedding by Zicci Bea and find the color palette inspiration in vibrant rugs by Indi-B. Cheerful, eco… Continue

Added by Julia Angel on October 28, 2010 at 2:51pm — No Comments

Sneak Peak of Stella McCartney Kids Launch Collection: Fab or Drab?

The fashion world had been anxiously awaiting Stella McCartney Kids launch collection. The collection will become available on November 3rd. Take a sneak pick of boys’ styles and cast your vote. Fab or drab? http://bit.ly/aoXaVz…

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Added by Julia Angel on October 28, 2010 at 2:44pm — No Comments

New Kid on the Block & Beautiful Oops! Giveaway

Modnique, an exclusive private sale shopping site for members-only is dedicating the last week in October (24th to 29th) to a series of child-centric events. The sales will feature everything from room décor, the latest kid’s fashions, and children’s literature on sale with massive savings! Popular children’s brands such as Kidorable, Stupell Industries, Luca Charles, The Diaper Clutch, and Momma Couture will all be on sale. Exclusively at Modnique, well-known and celebrated children’s… Continue

Added by Julia Angel on October 25, 2010 at 11:32am — No Comments

If Lewis Carrol Were a Photographer…

Originally from Edinburgh, Lorna Freytag has worked as a children's photographer in New York, Dubai, London and Sydney. Inspired by dark forests, magical landscapes and old fairytales, Lorna uses her imagination and unique style to produce spellbinding images. Her children's portraiture gives her the opportunity to do what she loves best; creating enchanting pictures to be treasured forever. Each image is unique and created entirely by Lorna. From the first rough sketch to the final detailed… Continue

Added by Julia Angel on October 22, 2010 at 12:02am — No Comments

Who’s Wearing the Pants? – Stylish Boys’ Bottoms Review

Besides being a vital part of a male wardrobe, bottoms/pants are the

fundamental and indispensable component of masculinity and symbol of

power and control. Since our little men don’t have as many options to

adorn themselves as their female peers, we, stylish parents have to

make sure their pants carry as much of a style weight as possible! Boys

Be…
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Added by Julia Angel on October 20, 2010 at 10:00pm — No Comments

BABBLE 50 - 2010 Design Blogs for Moms

Boys Be Cool has been chosen as one of Babble's Top 50 Design Blogs! From the best handmade items to unbelievable mom and kids' style, the Babble’s team scoured the blogosphere trying to find stylish moms who are pros at scoring the hottest deals and must-have items, and awesome BBC is one of them. http://bit.ly/anVa1h…

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Added by Julia Angel on October 12, 2010 at 11:32pm — No Comments

Modern Punk Look of Kingston Rossdale for Less

Our style darling Kingston Rossdale had recently put AllSaints’ edgy knitted vest and kick-ass cuff military boots in a spotlight at L.A.M.B. Spring Show. And deservedly so, because these pieces reflect his style persona perfectly! Get Kingston’s edgy look for less! http://bit.ly/9hnMrC…

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Added by Julia Angel on October 12, 2010 at 11:08pm — No Comments

Calling All Fashion Saints – Hip British Brand AllSaints US Invasion

Hip British brand AllSaints Spitalfilds continues its triumphant US invasion. The brand’s disheveled cool style with a distinct rock ‘n’ roll vibe and glamorous Goth infusion translates surprisingly well into the kids wear, if you are looking for something really edgy and unconventional. The quite decent selection of AllSaints’ kids’ clothes on sale is available on Asos.com, which had launched its first US store with free shipping both ways!… Continue

Added by Julia Angel on October 12, 2010 at 11:05pm — No Comments

Burberry Evolution

Burberry’s chief creative officer, fashion prodigy Christopher Bailey, had transformed the 154-year-old brand into a technologically savvy international fashion powerhouse. Once little more than a licensing shell built around a sturdy trench coat and its stodgy check lining, it now sells everything from $3,000 duffel bags and silk T-shirts to cashmere hot-water-bottle covers and a recently released cosmetics line. http://bit.ly/cI6nTK…

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Added by Julia Angel on October 6, 2010 at 11:21pm — No Comments

Burberry Boys Fall/Winter 2010 Collection

The most well-known name in the world of children’s fashions, Burberry, has been making children’s clothes for decades translating their signature classic designs, dignified neutral and iconic Nova check into classy, highly coveted heirlooms. This Boys Fall/Winter 2010 collection is no exception. The coats, Burberry’s specialty, are magnificent! The color palette is traditionally neutral and classy. The classic Nova Check takes on many different variations,… Continue

Added by Julia Angel on October 6, 2010 at 11:19pm — No Comments

Fore Axel & Hudson – Amazing Spring/Summer 2011 Collection

Fore Axel & Hudson, the golf inspired boys’ line introduced Spring/Summer 2011 collection. It has everything we’ve come to love about FA&H: Golf paraphernalia reinvented in witty prints, vibrant colors, contrasting trims, knockout hats and huge buttons. Stripes are merged with patterns and prints and styled with plaids. Magically, everything works, creating this unique, effortless, immediately recognizable Fore Axel & Hudson style!…

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Added by Julia Angel on October 6, 2010 at 11:02pm — No Comments

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