sfchronicle.comPixar’s incredible female team behind ‘The Incredibles 2’ super fashionsFrom her oversize glasses to sharply bobbed haircut, her style is hard to forget. Her fashion edicts are equally memorable: “No capes!” “This is a hobo suit, darling. You can’t be seen in this.” “Supermodels. Heh! Nothing super about them ... Spoiled, stupid little stick figures with poofy lips who think only about themselves.” As Pixar designers Bryn Imagire, Fran Kalal and Deanna Marsiglieseworked on creating the computer-animated costumes that bring the superhero world of the just-released “The Incredibles 2” to life, they say it was the voice of fashion designer Edna Mode that served as their muse.1
thetravelpockets.comWhen Style Meets Security with PacSafe's Anti-theft Travel Pants and BagsEver since we discovered the Pacsafe backpack at a local mom-and-pop travel shop, we have been inseparable. We have been so pleased with the quality, design, and anti-theft features of the backpacks that we wanted to add more of their products to our travel collect34
boredpanda.comMom Lets Her 3-Year-Old Boy Dress Her For A WeekIf you let your 3-year-old son dress you up… you might wind up looking pretty fabulous, actually. Summer Bellessa, an actress and blogger at babble.com, decided to let Rockwell, her 3-year-old son, choose her outfits every day for a week. There are hits and there are misses, but you can't deny that the kid has a good eye sometimes.
telegraph.co.ukBespoke dresses and millinery galore: the £33 million fashion power of Royal Ascot Ever since Beau Brummell decreed that men attending Royal Ascot “should wear waisted black coats and white cravats with pantaloons" and an anonymous poet wrote that ‘Ladies’ Day [is] when the women, like angels, look sweetly divine’, the particulars of the race meeting’s dress code have thrilled, fascinated and perplexed in equal measure.