Art and Clothing
Made in Maryland
January 28th, 2013
luri & wilma is a DC based magazine that features eco-friendly fashion, d.i.y. projects, food and much more! They have been putting out one great issue after another and I am honored to have one of my shirts make a cameo in their pages! Check out the cameo below and and after that, check them out online at www.luriandwilma.com and check out this months issue HERE!
June 12th, 2012
April 12th, 2012
I’M SO STOKED ABOUT SETTING UP MY POP UP SHOP AT THIS EVENT!!!! Come one, Come all!!! Want more deets? Check out the Sham site!
June 16th, 2011
I’m writing to share with you all that at the end of this month, Worn Magazine will be coming to a close. As Editor in Chief, I have decided that the time has come to move on to the next phase of my life, which in this case means packing up and moving to London to follow my dreams and those of the man I love.
This decision was made after a lot of soul searching, not least for the sake of my teammates Joshua Yospyn, Merin Guthrie, and Emma Fisher, who all dove in head first to this project with more passion and dedication than could have ever been asked of them. They are not only creative partners, but most of all great friends who I lean on time and again when the going gets tough and who have never once let me down. The projects they will go on to pursue will no doubt be great and I hope that they will be able to say down the line that being a part of Worn made a difference somehow.
Some of you may ask why I would choose this particular moment to pack up and move on when Worn is only at issue 3. The answer is that when opportunity knocks, you do not turn it away. As a famous athlete once said, “You’ll always miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.”
Thank you so much to everyone who bought a copy of Worn, came to our launch parties, read our blog, posed in our pages, and volunteered on our staff. Thank you especially to all of our vendors who believed in us enough to make room on their shelves. Your support created an intense energy that fueled the team and me when we were met with what at times seemed like insurmountable obstacles during the making of this magazine.
As this project draws to a close, I hope it has inspired other artists and entrepreneurs to pursue their own creative projects, and represent D.C. as a city full of potential.
Thank you, Washington. I will miss you dearly.
Nicole Aguirre, Editor in Chief
though i am sad to see such a wonderful publication go and am happy to see that there are women out there who are truly following their heart and their dreams. Nicole, good luck over seas. DC (and Maryland) will miss you.
May 29th, 2011
wow! revisiting these videos reminds me of being in middle school and my brother first introducing me to hip-hop. thank God i got that introduction at a young age.
want more info on Questionmark Asylum? check out Couch Sessions article on them from last year.
as noted in the article, they were indeed a good look for DC
February 13th, 2011
my husband and i don’t have a proper record player yet, but are still gonna go to the DC Record Fair and stock up on vinyl to keep us motivated to buy a record player. if you’re around, come on out!
$5 11-Noon and $2 12-5pm
Again we’ll have 30+ vendors from up and down the East Coast augmented by our ever-revolving Guest DJs, plus food, drinks and everything you’ve become accustomed to, minus a few previous hallmarks.
The Washington, DC Record Fair
Sunday, February 13, 2011
1101 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA
11-Noon – $5 admission (early bird)
12-5PM – $2 admission
Artisphere is two blocks from the Rosslyn Metro. Free parking in the building garage (entrance on N. Kent Street) on weekends with validation, obtained at the front desk.
January 29th, 2011
being at the black cat dc; one of my favorite bars and places in dc, to see little dragon was nothing less of a true experience. there was so much love in the air and inspiration for the eyes and mind. all different people dancing to one sound. amazing!
November 6th, 2010
LOOK WHO MAKES A CAMEO…
June 27th, 2010