I’m a guy who currently designs and makes clothes for a passion, not yet for a living. As part of my development to transition into the fashion world, I attended my first fashion show yesterday. It was part of the Mingle on Argyle (street) experiment in Halifax, so the fashion show was held outdoors, not indoors or closed off as many tend to be. This was my experience. View full article »
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The Toronto Star recently analyzed the leaked database of Ashley Madison cheating website data for Canadian postal codes from where the most (credit card) money was processed. How the results came out was the neighbourhood at Yonge St. and Eglinton Ave. W. in Toronto being first (where Ashley Madison’s home company Avid Life is located), and then, eyebrow raisingly, the 31,483 population town of Lloydminster, which (ahem) straddles Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Recently the province of Newfoundland decided to abandon student loans and just give away grants. Now, other provinces, including my own of Nova Scotia, are being called upon by students and others to do the same. I say BS to that and propose a far better idea.
Why don’t we make the students earn it?
I’ve been redoing my tennis wardrobe of late and found some T-shirts which had upper body prints of Marvel superheroes, for which I’ve made shorts to make tennis variant cosplays, if you will. The Hulk was the first outfit I made, and this one is of Spider-man.
Anybody wanna cosplay tennis with me?
That’s what I’ve been asking people ever since I came up with an idea for tennis wear version of cosplays when I saw some “abs” T-shirts at Walmart, like this one of the Incredible Hulk’s upper body. When I saw those short sleeve T-shirts that obviously can’t be part of a cosplay since they don’t cover the entire arm, I immediately thought of making shorts that would function in the same way. That is, they’d be the truncated lower body portion of the cosplay, and should be suitable to wear to play tennis that I would wear them to.