Archive for June, 2011

Red is for blossoms gracing your head. White is for the Summer air tickling your knee caps. Blue is por la mar on your feet. Happy Independence

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We know technically, Flag Day means stars & stripes, but Launderette loves a good nautical theme. Why not wear some of things you can say with signal flags: “I am on fire and have dangerous cargo”,  “I wish to communicate with you,” and “Come Alongside.” 1. Francis shift dress 2. Lilly Pulitzer dress 3. Flag […]

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Mother’s Day is easy. Buy her some flowers, take her to tea or on a picnic, give her a gift certificate to the spa. But what do you do for Dad? A few ideas on how to celebrate Father’s Day. 1. Shoot guns 2. Eat with your hands 3. Ride the Velodrome 4. Drive a classic […]

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In celebration of all things stripe’ed – our submission to design blog, Decor8‘s super fun Stripe Mania online party. This was a great idea. They’ve earned their stripes with us. Can’t wait to see everyone’s photos on Monday!

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There’s no reason a girl suit shouldn’t be cute. Designer Cynthia Rowley teamed up with Roxy to produce these stunner 2 mil spring suits. If the plan is to be in the water a lot this summer you might want to check these out. Your wetsuit choices just went from black, and black, to all […]

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The flyer speaks for itself, but if you’re in Los Angeles this Thursday night, come down to Urbanic Paper Boutique. Here are just a few reasons why you should turn out to this party: 1) Letterpress sneak-peek from Smock print shop 2) Free ice cream 3) Lemonades 4) Hands on craft projects 5) We’ll be […]

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It’s Friday again. You made it. You even deserve a little something for your trouble. Here’s a guy we’ve been listening to a lot of here around the Launderette studio – Lexington, Kentucky’s Matt Duncan. I’ve been to Kentucky and it’s beautiful. So green, so many miles of white fence. The first time I heard […]

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There once lived a French gazillionaire named Albert Kahn who collected over 72,000 autochrome plates from around the world. He sent photographers to the ends of the Earth at a time when empires were collapsing and World War I fell upon Western Europe. The poor chap lost his fortune in the crash of 1929, but […]

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