WWD Interview: Taisa Veras of AMAHZING BLOG

Check out AMAHZING’s Taisa Veras who has just been hand selected to report live from Teen Vogue’s lounge at the upcoming WWD/MAGIC trade show in Las Vegas in exactly two weeks. I met Taisa at a recent Object Mythology trunk show at Henri Bendel in NYC.  Taisa is a young, rising star in the fashion […]

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Ethical Fashion – Design with a Conscience

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Ethical fashion is quickly becoming a mainstay in today’s world.  Consumers are constantly looking for products that have positive social responsibility by maximizing benefits to people and their communities while minimizing negative impact on the environment. As a designer, I am always looking for new ways to create a positive impact through Object Mythology’s baby […]

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Vintage Seltzer Bottles: An Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Way To Decorate

Back in the old days, seltzer bottles were the eco-friendly, sustainable way to drink seltzer, without clogging the environment with plastic.  Refilled and re-used everyday, these one of a kind, vintage Argentine “sifones” or seltzer bottles are the perfect way to decorate your room with flowers, spruce up your bar or add character to a […]

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Temperature Drop: Fingerless Mittens for Those On The Go

The blizzard has hit here in New York and we’re trying to dig out.  2011 is upon us and you just can’t keep your those hands warm while tweeting, texting, typing or working and looking stylish at the same time. The solution: Fingerless Mittens. You ask: What are they? We answer: A cross between a […]

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Welcome and Happy Holidays!

At Object Mythology, we’re finishing up 2010 with a bang!  To celebrate, we’re launching our journal – it’s a special section dedication to all things Object Mythology including stories behind the artisans who make our products, inspiration, news and events. Three years ago, while living in Buenos Aires, Argentina I became inspired to start a […]

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Fun, Fabulous Vintage Coils

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We LOVE collecting things! Everything from jewelry, objects, wall decor and more. Our latest collection of things are these fabulous vintage coils we picked up while traveling up and down the East Coast earlier this spring. At first, I thought they would be great as objects, but just discovered that they could be utilized in […]

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What's an Alpaca Show?

Robin Shatzkin of Autumn Kiss Alpacas with Freedom Fighter

We've just arrived back from PAOBA (Pennsylvania Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association) show last weekend which concludes our participation as vendors in three fun alpaca shows this spring. Many have asked us what happens at alpaca shows so we're here to give you all the juicy details. Object Mythology participates as a vendor in 6-7 […]

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Steel Magnolias

There’s an artist we feature here on Object Mythology, Laura Vinas, whose unique photography often focuses on magnolias. The shapes and shadows she captures within those m cialis online pharmacy agnolia petals are distinctly gentle and intimate, yet also somehow evocative of the human form. Vinas’ images remind me of the phrase, “steel magnolias,” and […]

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Be Nice To Your Mother

Browse through the site to see more of Vinas' remarkable magnolias.

This year, Mother’s Day is on May 13, so you have less than a month to order, wrap, unwrap, stare at, debate, rewrap, shop for a card, write a card, pack up, and mail your mom something nice. Something meaningful. Something that says, “Thanks for putting up with me during that ‘obnoxious phase’ I had […]

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Shopping Locally for Eclectic Elegance

Lately, we’ve been talking a lot about upcycling and other Earth-friendly habits here on the Object Mythology blog. Partly this is because it’s just about Earth Day, and partly it’s because that’s just how we roll here at OM. We believe in recognizing the beauty in found objects and in appreciating the value of traditional […]

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