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At Shores we are purveyors of Outerwear, but we are also cheerleaders of ‘Innerwear’.
What’s ‘Innerwear’ you may ask? Simply put it’s the stuff you hang on the inside – you know the things that make you YOU, the stuff that inspires you, the stuff that makes you inspire others, that makes you smile, that moves you. INNERSTYLE is our little weekly ‘innerwear’ newsletter gift to you, and this is Volume One’s offerings.
After a tragic loss, Maggie Doyne picked herself back up, started a school for impoverished children, adopted 49 kids and won the CNN Hero Of The Year award. Her Kickstarter campaign is to fund a film about how love can effect positive change in our world. Read Maggie’s incredible story and share her campaign here.
There are few greater things in life than a great breakfast, international travel, spending time with friends and family and then incredible photography capturing it all. That’s why we love Marta Greber’s blog.
Technology That’s Helping The Homeless
This app is helping to get homeless people off the streets and it’s really working.
Word On The Street
When it comes to London Fashion Week some of the best looks come from those attending the shows rather than on the catwalks themselves. Vogue UK highlight some of the best looks from the streets.
The fifty funniest films ever as chosen by comedians.
It’s predicted that the World’s population will be 9 billion by 2050 and in order to feed everyone we are going to need to be more creative with how we grow food. The answer could lie in the cities and with Urban Farming.
The Sneaker Don
Benjamin Kapelushnik (a.k.a The Sneaker Don) runs a million dollar sneaker business with famous clients such as DJ Khaled and Chris Brown, and he’s still only in High School.
Journalist Kaleigh Rogers banned screens of any kind from her house for a month and this is what happened.
Have you ever wondered what you look like to someone else after you’ve had a few glasses of wine? Photographer Marcos Alberti’s images started out as a joke amongst friends but have now been viewed by millions.
The Best Picture Goes To…
There has been a lot of talk about the goings on at the Oscar’s this week, but what actually happened with the Best Picture disaster? Find out here.
When Rob Scheer told his story about his childhood and how it led him to adopt four kids, people listened. 39 million of them.
We Need To Be Able To Talk About Depression
With depression affecting 1 in 3 people nowadays, it still has huge taboos and misunderstandings surrounding it. In this incredibly, powerful film Sabrina Benaim recites her award winning poem about trying to tell her mother about her struggles with depression. Sabrina won awards for the poem and the film has received almost 5 million views. It’s something we all need to watch and share.