EQ3 Haul




Visit EQ3’s website and enjoy a delightful array of home furnishings based on simple, clean and functional design. Established in 2001 and based in Winnipeg, Manitoba (Canada), EQ3 has stores in Canada and USA, and exhibitions/galleries all over the world.

Top Photo: Teak Coffee Table – a bench-style classic that features clean edges in its rectangular face. Slight colour and pattern variations in the natural material give each table a unique look and feel.

Middle Photo: Overbrook rug – this 50% Hemp 50% Leather rug features a subtle mix of natural greys, soft blues and earthy brown hues  – a surprising soft rug that adds beautiful texture to any space.

Bottom photo: Harvest dining table – With projections of organic and earthy vibes, this butcher-block styled dining table features a rugged farm house design and is made of honey oak and a natural oil finish.


Is that Zara or Givenchy?


Zara Man

T-shirt lovers and high-end label fans alert: you’re either going to completely hate or love the recent graphic T-shirt lines released by fashion giant Zara Man. With uncanny similarities in hue, cut and style with established designer labels such as Givenchy, Balmain, Cole Haan, En Noir and Alexander Wang, the new Zara Man tees are definitely picking out the positives of each original design and churning out top quality “parodies”, for lack of a better description.

To be quite frank, personally we would take the Zara versions over the original high-end labels any day, not only for price reasons (~45 bucks for a Zara “parody” of a 500 buck Givenchy piece), but simply because Zara has been rocking it since 1975 and their designs never fail to impress, season after season. Check out some quick head-to-head comparisons in the photo we posted here, or head on down to http://www.zara.com/ for a closer peek.

Collaboration: Puma X ASOS

Puma ASOS collab

Feeding off the momentum from the Puma X ASOS Black menswear line, the 2 are teaming up once again – this time, to launch a womenswear line. The Puma X ASOS Spring/Summer 2014 Womenswear collab will feature 12 pieces, including joggers, tubes, sweats and tees that sport vivid colours and athletic contours. Loud Puma logos create a stark contrast with alternative fabrics like animal prints, checks, leather, lace, fur and graffiti.

Look out for the launch scheduled for January 2014.