The New Era Of Barbie Is Here And She’s More Realistic Than Ever

The Barbie doll. That lifelong childhood friend we’ve always had. The one (inanimate) person in our lives that’s always believed in us whether we wanted to be a doctor, teacher, basketball player or taught us how to be a real friend (cue the orchestra please). Mattel, the company that has assembled Ruth Handler‘s creation of Barbara Millicent Rogers since March 1959, in a surprising announcement–courtesy of … Continue reading The New Era Of Barbie Is Here And She’s More Realistic Than Ever

Guillen’s Tales: “There’s An App For That, a poem

Guillen’s Tales: the column of “pop star, stuck in fashion”, Alejandro Guillen The constant nothing Online shopping Oh who me? I’m just browsing Browsing for what? For whom? We present ourselves as products Human 2.0 I can make you happy until you desire an upgrade A simple upDate? Tinder, Grindr, Scruff, it’s all the same You simply promote the new you, the new him, the new … Continue reading Guillen’s Tales: “There’s An App For That, a poem

#TBT 90s Fashion Collections Continue To Be Released For The Kids Who Missed Out On The Decade

I continue to be amazed at how so many of us love the 1990s. And yet, I (still) can’t help but feel a little territorial about the decade. I was a kid during that time. A certified ’90s child as I was born in the late 1980s. By 1989, my memories of popular culture began to take place and names like Madonna, Michael Jackson and Tom … Continue reading #TBT 90s Fashion Collections Continue To Be Released For The Kids Who Missed Out On The Decade