We introduce you the F/W16 lookbook.

Photographer : Andrew Querner 

Art Directer and Styling : Redia Soltis

Model : Jeff Falconer

Assistant : Caine Heintzman





3 Steps to make Wheat Flour Paste for 2$ – GIF


3 tablespoons flour
A small amount of cold water
200 ml of water (which will be put to boil)

Simply :

  1. Boil water
  2.  Mix the flour and water. Mix 3 tablespoons of flour or wheat starch with a little water at room temperature. Add enough water to obtain a liquid mixture.

3. Pour the mixture into the boiling water. When the water has reached the boiling point, add the flour-based mixture, while rotating with a spoon.
The mixture will foam throughout boiling. Stir to prevent it too much foam, it burns or is lumpy.
To achieve the desired consistency more easily perform the operation in a water bath. To do this, place a pan containing the flour / starch mixture and water in another pot, larger and filled with water (500 ml) up to boil.
If the mixture becomes too thick, add a little water.

  1. Just go glue what you want !


8 tips on going to Zion National Park (Itinerary of my first adventure trip) by Alvaro

When my friends offered to go with them at the Zion National park, I had no idea of what was awaiting me there. I thought it was just a hiking trip. But I ended with my mind blowed away …

After a 4h30 drive from Salt Lake City, we arrived at the Visitor Center where you need to pick up your permit. The Zion National Park is a very popular place, and in order to enter the park you need to participate in a lottery. Only  a certain amount of people can get his permit per day.

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Once you have it, you can drive around the park for a hour or so to get to the trail hail. park your car. then hike a little bit to the narrows. be prepared! this is magical, it’s a fantasy world like you can at the movie theaters. the walls, just the way they look. it is beautiful and it’s clearly an once in a lifetime adventure.


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You will spend approximately 8 hours inside this canyon, and count a hour to the park.


Here are my tips to climb inside the narrows:

1- There is three technical type of climbing you can use:

2- I never took my dog Dadgit there, but if you have a little 4-legs adventurer companion, then I would recommend to mix the two last techniques after putting him on your lap.

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3- To go to Angels landing you have to take another entrance, the road is at the end to the hike inside the narrows, it’s 1h45 minutes from here.

4- The canyons are really huge, I would say approximately 25 feet wide and 50 feet tall. here you just hike.

5- Do not go if you are not prepared. “sadly” I have seen too many tourists go there thinking it was a regular hiking trip, it is not. some of the narrows are really dangerous. and at some point it goes from easy canyoneering to an amateur/expert level. You need to be in good shape, this is not for anyone. Don’t get me wrong, I am not trying to scare you away -I love Oderville canyon!, but if you don’t want to die please do your research first 😉

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6- Some of the death narrows I was telling you about: Scorpion West (57 feet), King Mesa slots. There you can only climb with no robs. If you fall, it broken bones for dinner. I never went there .. Yet! The problem is not that I am afraid but to find the persons to go with me! (Anyone?)

7- I personally took a canyoneering class before. Know your limits. You know what you can and cannot do. Being adventurous is not about being reckless but pushing yourself further. It takes time and experience.

8- Go camp away from the park because there is a lot of tourists and the infrastructures inside are rather expensive and full most of the time.

BONUS : Spring Creek is a walk through an outdoor trail, it’s outside the boundaries of the park but still in Zion. And they allow dogs here!





Top 20 Photos Of 2015 by National Geographic

National Geographic has published his Top 20 Photos of the year ! They are amazing !

More Information : Click HERE

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“Each day, we bring you one photo from around National Geographic that fits our criteria for Photo of the Day—sometimes classic, sometimes quirky, always an image with a story to tell,” National Geographic explains on their webpage. “For this year’s roundup, we looked at shares, likes, and comments from the social sphere to see which ones resonated most with you.”