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Posts tagged ‘MISS’

M.I.S.S. x Minx Nails Collection

27 January 2013, 07.36 | Posted in Fashion, nail art | 3 comments »

Sunset 540x443 M.I.S.S. x Minx Nails Collection

Gabriella of Miss, one of the pioneers of the female blogosphere has partnered with Minx nails to bring you an assortment of nail art designs that we find irresistible. For yours truly its a tie between the 80’s airbrush sunset( above) and the ’ Mi vida loca’ set you can see on the flip.All Available here.

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Mama x M.I.S.S ‘Always A Lady’ Adidas Hi-Tops

09 February 2011, 13.23 | Posted in Designer Collaboration, Fashion, Sneakers | No comments »

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SneakerFreaker  gives a look at the non produced collaboration project by Gabriella Davi-Khorasanee  and Liz Baca (the ladies behind Miss and Mama) and Adidas. The duo’s interpretation of the Fina sneakers featuring sheer panels lace and a little gold. Would have rocked them for sure. Take a look at the sneakers on the next page and read their instant messaging interview here.

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M.I.S.S. ‘A Woman’s Work’ Editorial

22 August 2010, 20.03 | Posted in Fashion | No comments »

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Several years ago now the web was buzzing about streetwear. Everyone was starting a tee-shirt label and pretty much if you did not have the right kicks on, you might not  get into the party.  As much as the “movement” was male dominated stateside there were a few women’s  sites/blogs  who made their tastes and voices heard. They loved their sneakers(Femalesneakerfiends) as much as their heels (Aroundthewaygirls, Trashbagaesthetics, Chickswithkicks, Missbehave to name a few ).  It was  not about getting  free swag, shmoozed by p.r  people or becoming famous, but really just sharing  their love . Mama’s International  Secret Society is one of  the originals,  and on this Sunday we just want to share with you their latest editorial, “A Woman Work,” from the  Hell Yeah’s July  Pop Art Issue, as a salute to all the true street wear gals out there and the dudes who love them!

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