2013 was a fantastic year in fashion. One in which just about anything goes, and one in which we're encouraged to wear what we want and what we're comfortable in. So much has happened between the winter, spring, summer, fall, and transitional trends this year that it's hard to keep track, but we've picked out a few of our favorites. There was something in 2013 for every style and taste, and more unforgettable fashion moments to come in 2014, we're sure.
In the middle of Los Angeles, California lies the only active urban paleontological excavation site in the United States, the La Brea Tar Pits. Formed some 40,000 years ago, low-grade crude oil began seeping through the ground, trapping animals that would later teach us about more than three million specimens. La Brea is one of the richest ice age fossil sites in the world, and we're digging up all the dirt we can find.
Ettore Sottsass was an Italian architect and designer that through his work helped to make the world both a more functional and a more beautiful place in the late 20th century. From office furniture to glass and jewelry, he stamped his name on both consumerist products and experimental collaborations. Read on to learn how architecture and Bob Dylan shaped this young designer into becoming one of the characteristic examples of Post-modernism in design and the arts, with the help of a few friends.
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