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Pop Culture Watch: TEDxMet

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We’re a big fan of TED talks at Babesta, and we got very excited upon hearing that the MET has teamed up with TED for the TEDxMet Event Saturday October 19. They have an amazing lineup of speakers – a particular favorite here: Elizabeth Streb, once dubbed “the Evel Knievel of dance” who, according to her site, “intertwines the disciplines of dance, athletics, boxing, rodeo, the circus, and Hollywood stunt-work.” Her choreography is equal parts death-defying as it is mesmorizing. We’re also excited to hear Andrew Bolton, who organized the Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty exhibit (which was amazing!!!) Book your sitter & get a ticket, or enjoy it from home live streamed on www.metmuseum.org/tedxmet.

Tickets will be  $100 and available at www.metmuseum.org/tedxmet.

Babesta Guest Blogs for Bubble London’s Bubble and Speak Blog

We were asked to guest blog for Bubble and Speak & decided to chat about the Punk exhibit at the MET, From Chaos to Couture, that we attended back in May and the synergies the message had on the kids’ market. Of course we were totally stoked, as Bubble and Speak is the awesome blog of one of the most inspirational trade shows that takes place in London and debuts lots of indie brands that we love & follow. Read it here:

http://www.bubblelondon.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/punk-chaos-to-couture.html

To boot we worked up a little smattering of super cool Punk style for kids at Babesta! No, ‘Lil Joey Ramone, we don’t want to be sedated (usually) & we wouldn’t miss any of your adorable declarations of independence, rages against the machine and anti establishment antics!

'Lil Punks at Babesta

 

From top to bottom, left to right:

Splatter shirt by A for Apple; Declare Independence tank by MIMA, Why? tee by NuNuNu, striped leggings by Sourpuss Clothing, shorts by A for Apple, Spraycan tee by Munster Kids, studded belt and Sex Pistols bib by Sourpuss Clothing, Skull soft soled shoes by Chauchas.  **Things come in and out of the shop like wildfire, so if you see something you can’t live without, give us a ring & we’ll try to hook you up with it or introduce you to the latest & greatest. Babesta Threads: 212 608 4522.