One of our favorite Boston based brands Ragrok is collaborating with Raodee Rekloos one of the owners of Kulturez skate/graffiti shop in Cambridge for a sweet new watch concept combining Steve Aldeus’ knack for creating trés chic timepieces and Rekloos’ artistic stamp. They’re raising funds to get the project into development over on Kickstarter. We love the concept and they only need $2,500, so go do what you do best and spend some dollars! They’ve got some pretty remarkable prizes for different donation levels. So, share with your amigos and give what you can. We’d definitely love to see a new project bred in Boston.
Yes, we are going to absolutely take some time out to plug our shop. We’re opening our first ever pop-up shop tomorrow in Springfield, MA and we’re having a massive Grand Opening sale BUT no need to fret because that same exact sale will be available online. It starts at noon with 30% off your entire purchase and dwindles down to 10% around 4. If you are somehow far too busy on a Sunday to make it to the site (or shop!) by 4pm, no worries – we’ll be throwing codes around our Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, and blog for you to still snag some sweet deals.
Check out the pop-up shop at the Eastfield Mall in Springfield or shop online at Shop.TheBostonBazaar.com!Photos by Shane Suban Photography
We heart her. Maya Luz, at only 22 years old, is one of the most talented designers in this country. She graduated in 2009 with distinction from Massachusetts College of Art & Design in Boston and immediately grabbed the attention of all fashion and art lovers. Her conceptual collections go far beyong simple style.
She was also a contestant on Project Runway Season 7 and showed at Providence style week last month.
Photo: Connor Doherty