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Karmaloop, fashion street culture.

Karmaloop, fashion street culture.

Discover Karmaloop.com, an anti-conservative and counter-cultural fashion website proposing different brands under the same philosophy: keep you away of fashion standardization. They have selected brands and some of them you might not find somewhere else. So check it out. Karmaloop was founded by Greg Selkoe in 2000. He is an American entrepreneur and personality. He founded Karmaloop.com, Karmaloop TV,PLNDR.com, Boylston Trading Co. and 10 private label clothing brands. Karmaloop is currently headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, with an office and TV studio in New York City. It is one of the world’s largest online retailers of streetwear, which includes footwear, apparel, accessories or housewares. With its 4,5 million unique visitors a month, Karmaloop became a fashion reference for the street culture. With more than 500 brand references, Karmaloop has an amazing product portfolio, with Brands like Vans, Mighty Healthy, 10Deep, Alife, WeSC, Married to the Mob, BLVCK SCVLE, Converse, Hellz Bells, Cheap Monday, Mishka, Creative Recreation, Crooks and Castles, Diamond Supply Co., G-Shock, Artful Dodger, Freshjive, Hot…

The New Burma by Ed Giles

The New Burma by Ed Giles

Getty photographer Ed Giles decided to highlight and reveal what he called the “New Burma”. It is a serie of amazing photographs that captures the essence of this exotic place… the way it is really today. Ed Giles is an award-winning Australian photojournalist based in Cairo, Egypt. Ed works with photography, video and multimedia production methods to explore in depth, human stories. Ed’s photographic and multimedia work has been widely recognised as aesthetically compelling and groundbreaking in format. In 2011, Ed was awarded a Walkley Award for Online Journalism, Australian’s highest honour in the trade, for work with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Online Investigations Unit. Ed has also received the Australian Council of Deans of Education Award for Emerging Journalists in 2011, and a United Nations Media Peace Prize for Online Reporting in 2010. Ed has worked in Iran, Israel/Palestine, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Greenland, Burma, Nepal, the Caribbean Islands…