Here is the Cool Cats x Starter 2012 Cap!
I couldn’t find the side and the back pictures of the cap on the web, so here it is for the people who are wondering about how it looks. Black and Red very simple.
Get yours here:
Reference of past Cool Cats x Starter Caps:
Very simple square stickers!
I finally ordered some hand-stitching tools for leather, and received them today.
Took me 30 mins to stitch my iPod and fountain pen sleeves.
Looking good, don’t you think?
Colette Carnaval was absolutely the hottest place for fashion goers, children, teens, students, and adults to attend on the 10th and 11th of March 2012.
The event gathered a crowd of people with the newest and slickest brands of clothing. This event was held to celebrate Colette Shop’s 15th birthday! (www.colette.fr)
So what was going on inside the “Party tent?”
Well, Colette is a select shop and the brands that have their goods sold at the store, held a booth inside the Carnaval, organizing their own way to celebrate the 15th birthday. The booths varied from arts and craft, bowling, video game contests, basketball shooting, photo shoots and etc. I was surprised to meet Mark the cobrasnake (who gave me a pose with his special Colette sunglasses) and was lucky to spot Pedro Winter of Ed banger (faaaar away).
Here are pictures from the event.
Overall, Happy Birthday Colette and for people who are planning to go to Paris, stop by Colette! You will not Regret!
If you’ve been reading my post, you may already know that I’ve recently started using a Parker fountain pen at work.
I really love the pen, but I didn’t like the way it rolled around in my Field Theories Portfolio cuz it might get scratched, or the cap might come off.
That’s why I made a sleeve for it. The pen sits very snug in the sleeve, and I’m loving it.
As much as I liked the iPod nano case I made, I didn’t really like all the rivets I had to use.
Although I really like the look of sewn leather, I don’t really feel like buying the tools for sewing…YET.
I was looking for a simple way to put two pieces of leather together, and have a really simple looking result. Then it came to me….
I went to a home depot last Saturday and bought a strong leather glue.
I then made a new sleeve for my iPod nano.
So, I had the Bose IE1 lying around all my other electronic junks that were waiting to be thrown out. It had been in the pile for roughly 3-4years. Now I use the Beats by Dre Studio headphone. However, they are a hassle to carry around.
Wanting a new earphone, I had been searching the internet for a replacement of my old Bose IE. When looking through the Bose page I came across the warranty page (Bose Japan.) I discovered my earphones could not be covered by the 1 year warranty, but it could be sent for repairing. Well, since I had nothing to lose I filled out a form attached on the page as a pdf, and sent it to Bose Japan. The condition of my BoseIE: music only plays from the right ear piece.
Today(a week later) I received a package in exchange with payment of 6300yen (about $78.)
So my Bose IE1 became IE2 for paying 6300yen which is half of the price on amazon.
If you have useless Bose products lying around look through the warranty and see if you can have it replaced.
Bose Japan Warranty
Amazon Japan Bose
Check out what I made with the new leather I bought.
For V-day, I received a “Diesel x Babbi” gift from Sari.
The package is important as well as what is inside. Diesel always obeys that rule.
This item was a collaboration item between Diesel and Babbi. Has anyone heard of Babbi?
I found out that Babbi is a company found in Italy that is famous for Wafers. They have collaborative goods with Mercedes-Benz as well as Be@rbricks ( and many others.) Babbi! Babbi! Babbi!
Maybe you have already tried the Wafers! I will have my bite tomorrow!
Heres a link to the site: http://www.babbi.it