|Chelsea fans all over the world are getting into Gingham.|
Gingham on Duluth
Avenue Duluth in Montreal is slowly turning into a de facto small-scale off-license vintage market. In most cities, local merchants on a street like this would have had the cops clear all the hawkers away, but somehow, at least in the eight years I've lived on this street, the deals on second-hand ashtrays, wine corks and used colouring books continue to be got. I can't tell you how much Gingham I've picked up on this stretch of the Plateau off clueless college grads selling up and heading back to Angloland. That's not how it is with our Sarah (the stunning brunette, off camera.) She has great gear. But most of all take a look at her garden-variety carry-on bag made of pure vinyl, available for no more than a dollar all over Europe. Cheap, perhaps. But obviously for our purposes, it makes Sarah's stall a full-scale pit-stop on the road to Damascus. Check out the gorgeous Moroccan Blue Gingham printed on that sack! Worth every penny.
|Gingham Graffiti artists on Avenue Duluth, sacking the neighbourhood.|
To finish off our Tuesday, here is a sophisticated woman waiting to watch Cirque du Soleil, sent to us by our contributor Senn Dreller to email@example.com
|"Gee, they're juggling chainsaws and standing on one leg upon a motorcycle while going along a tightrope." That's what they're looking at. Us, we're only in it for the Gingham.|