Fashion woman 2016

A STITCH IN TIME Meet the fairy godmother of hair. After her friend’s daughter was treated for lymphoma. Holly Christensen made the 3-year-old a fanciful Rapunzel wig. That act was spun into the Magic Yarn Project, a group that stitches together and donates head coverings inspired by Disney princesses. Find out how you can help at themagicyarn project.com.

MONUMENT MAN British photographer Richard McCor is a real cutup. Known as Paperboyo to his 100.000-plus Instagram followers. McCor turns iconic European landmarks into everyday objects with the help of simple paper cutouts. Through his lens, the London Eye rolls along as a snazzy bicycle wheel.

while the Arc de Triomphe turns into a giant robot.

THINGS WERE We like what one eldercare facility in Pennsylvania has done with the place. The Easton Home has turned several spaces into “memory support” areas a 1940s-style kitchen with a cast-iron stove, hallways decorated with historical mementos to help residents with dementia flex their memory muscles and to stimulate conversation.

STATE DU JOUR Now every meal can be served with a side of pride, thanks to the Fifty United Plates, a collection of porcelain cookware from Detroit company Corb6. Each simple, handcrafted dish is microwave- and oven-safe, so you can create a Maine blueberry buckle in the shape of the Pine Tree State.

We’ll raise a fork to that. (corbecompany.com)

Fashion woman 2016

Fashion woman 2016

Fashion woman 2016

Fashion woman 2016

Fashion woman 2016

Fashion woman 2016

Fashion woman 2016

Fashion woman 2016

Fashion woman 2016

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