The Killer Mobile Device for Victorian Women

The Killer Mobile Device for Victorian Women

By Hunter Oatman-Stanford Collector's Weekly May 23, 2013 Adrift in a sea of digital apps for every imaginable function, we often feel our needs are met better today than in any previous era. But consider the chatelaine, a device popularized in the 18th century that...
Theorem purses

Theorem purses

By Paula Higgins APCS Member Theorem art is a method of painting using two or more stencils, resulting in a highly stylized and primitive design. While stenciling has been practiced in one form or another since antiquity, the theorem art we are most familiar with...
Fashion Is in the Bag

Fashion Is in the Bag

From the ancient beaded bags of African priests to the haute couture tote of the modern lady of leisure, handbags have historically been both the carriers of secrets and the signifiers of power, status, and beauty. As the keepers of the equipment of daily life,...
100 Years of Canadian Beauty

100 Years of Canadian Beauty

In a hilarious spoof on Mode magazine's "100 years of Beauty," CBS Punchline has its own entry, featuring star Susan Kent modelling hair, make-up and fashion looks from the last 100 years or so. The difference? It's freezing outside... Enjoy a laugh. And if you missed...