Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Planetizen has long offered City Map Ties, featuring the plans of world-class cities like Chicago and London. They've now unveiled a line of women's City Map Scarves. To my eye the scarves aren't quite as beautiful as the ties, but at least now they are equal opportunity fashion statements. Might be fun to wear one to your Land Use class or as a handy way to carry a city map next time you're in New York or D.C.
Maybe we need a "land use and fashion" sub-category?
Jamie Baker Roskie
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