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Bill Nye dropping science on the subtle nuances of tying a bow tie. This is so fine for so many reasons, not the least of which being that it’s conducted by the beloved Chris Hardwick. What a team up! What witty banter, and learning. Many years ago, long before the daft punks had even caught […]
I was so sorry to hear of MCA passing. This is one that’s had a different effect on me than others. Perhaps you don’t expect the artists you grow up with to be as mortal. The B Boys have been such a consistent influence and inspiration, and I’ve long admired Yauch’s music video direction & […]
Ladies… Dudes who have ladies… The artist formally known as Hitched, has invited Launderette to come be a part of their on-point wedding expo again! This time here in Los Angeles, The Cream is making Culver City the spot.* Next Thursday from 6-10pm. Come see the latest fashions, come hear Flashdance’s latest jams, come hang […]
There’s a lot to be learned from this one. First and foremost, your pants are probably too long. You need to find opportunities to sing with your friends. Maybe this is the season you wear an ascot. This songs always been so good, we thought you should see the video directed by Martin Baker. Steal […]
The pièce de résistance to our lessons and guides, Launderette is proud to introduce its very own instructional bow tying tutorial. With so many, quite serviceable, bow tie videos out there, we knew ours had to be something unique. So in homage to our favorite new wave auteurs, we put together a how-to film with […]
Some of Launderette teamed up with some of Urbanic Paper Boutique to cover their Summer Social event. Ice cream was consumed, lemonade sipped, pinwheels constructed and spun. Be on the watch for more from Design Life Cinema soon!
In light of a great bands farewell, we wanted to post a little something. We love a lot of LCD Soundsystem videos. It was Disco Infiltrator that taught me: when in doubt on the dance floor – use more arms. I saw Movement and knew that these guys were trouble. But Dougal Wilson’s Tribulations was […]
Paul’s tribute to Liz Her violet eyes and deep décolletage. Her onyx waves of hair and thick arched brows. Her saucy portrayal of Maggie in Cat On A Hot Tin Roof and as petulant daughter of a rancher, Leslie, in Giant. This is how Launderette chooses to remember Elizabeth Taylor.