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Here’s What Happens in the Ant-Man and the Wasp Post-Credits Scenes

Warning: This post contains spoilers for Ant-Man and the Wasp and Avengers: Infinity War.

Post-credits scenes are Marvel Studio’s way of teasing what will happen next in upcoming Marvel movies. And while Ant-Man and the Wasp may be Marvel’s tiniest heroes, the Ant-Man and the Wasp end-credits scene is probably the cinematic universe’s most anticipated in years.

Fans have been yearning for any information about the future of the franchise after the devastating Avengers: Infinity War premiered earlier this summer. At the end of that movie, baddie Thanos snapped his fingers and destroyed half of all life in the universe. That means that half our heroes disintegrated and disappeared. Ant-Man and the Wasp is the first Marvel movie to hit theaters after that massive cliffhanger as well as the Avengers: Infinity War post-credits scene, which hinted at the long-awaited arrival of a certain superhero.

Most of Ant-Man and the Wasp takes place before the events of Infinity War. But the Ant-Man and the Wasp end-credits scene does take place at the same time as Infinity War and answers the question of where Ant-Man was during the battle against Thanos — if not questions about how the Avengers plan to bring back their fallen compatriots.

Scene 1: Ant-Man is stuck in the Quantum Realm

We find out during the movie that Scott Lang (a.k.a. Ant-Man, played by Paul Rudd) was under house arrest following his violation of the Sokovia Accords in Captain America: Civil War. (He took the deal to be with his daughter, while Captain America, Black Widow and the rest of that crew remain on the lam.)

But he’s released from house arrest at the end of the movie and free to participate in experiments with his girlfriend Hope (Evangeline Lilly as The Wasp), her father Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and her mother Janet (Michelle Pfeiffer), recently saved from the Quantum Realm. In the first post-credits scene, the trio sends Scott into the Quantum Realm in order to recover some data.

But while Scott is shrunk in miniature, Thanos destroys half of all life in the universe. The audience watches Hope, Hank and Janet float away. Scott, meanwhile, is stuck in the Quantum Realm.

Scene 2: The Ant on the Drums

Marvel often ends its movies with a comic teaser. Don’t expect this one to give you any information about Thanos or even how Scott will escape the Quantum realm without Hope and her parents to help him.

In the second post-credits scene for Ant-Man and the Wasp, a gigantic ant who has been wearing Scott’s ankle bracelet while he sneaks out on adventures with Hope throughout the movie, plays the drums in Scott’s house.


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SPOILER ALERT: Warning, this article contains major spoilers from Ant-Man and the Wasp post-credits scenes. Proceed at your own risk.

Ant-Man and the Wasp is the first Marvel Cinematic Universe movie to be released after Avengers: Infinity War. Like all other MCU films, it contains post-credits scenes that provide glimpses into the future of the franchise.

This article focuses on the first post-credits scene, which drops hints at the yet untitled Avengers 4.

In Ant-Man and the Wasp, the title characters team up to rescue Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer), the wife of Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and the mother of Hope van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly).


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Hope and Hank learn Janet may still be alive in the Quantum Realm.

Janet has been trapped in the Quantum Realm for three decades, after sacrificing herself to stop a Soviet nuke during a Cold War mission. With the aid of Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), Janet’s is successfully reunited with her family.

During her years trapped in the Quantum Realm, Janet learned many of its mysteries, including its powers of restoration. “This place, it changes you,” Janet explains. “Part of it is evolution.”

She uses her superhuman abilities to heal Ghost, a woman stuck in a state of molecular disequilibrium after being exposed to quantum energy.

At the end of the movie, Ant-Man embarks on the mission back to the realm via a quantum tunnel built in the back of Luis’ van. Hank, Janet, and Hope help Scott navigate from a station next to the van.

Scott goes subatomic and begins to collect quantum healing particles for Ghost, when communication cuts out. Cut to the real world, where fans see three pillars of dust disintegrating in the wind. The entire Pym-Van Dyne family falls victim to Thanos’ snap, which wipes out half of the living beings in the universe.


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Janet warns Scott of the tardigrades … and time vortexes.

As a result, Scott is trapped in the Quantum Realm … with no means of returning.

But all is not lost. Right before she disappears, Janet warns Scott about the time vortexes. What she meant as a warning, may actually end up saving him. We know that Ant-Man will be in Avengers 4, as production photos reveal Ant-Man alongside the team during the Battle of New York depicted in Avengers. Will Scott use the time vortexes in the Quantum Realm to find the Avengers in the past? Fans will find out when Avengers 4 hits theaters on May 3, 2019.

The second post-credit is little more than a visual gag, with a giant ant playing Scott’s drums in his San Francisco home.

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When we talk about The Cottages at Osoyoos, you’ve probably heard us say many times over that one of the most amazing things about The Cottages is the homeowners and the sense of community! Here are some of our favorite stories from homeowners at The Cottages!

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Frank & Donna

Frank and Donna first came to The Cottages on a recommendation from Donna’s sister. They were looking for a spot with mild winters and a rural atmosphere that was both kid and pet-friendly. The plan was to use this as a vacation home and rent out the space during the year when not in use. The couple fell in love with The Cottages and it became their permanent home after Frank was able to find a good job nearby! Donna love the theatre, music and arts events available to the community. The couple also loves the outdoors, spending time swimming, hiking, engaging in water sports and enjoying the sunshine. They also enjoy access to locally grown organic meats and produce, wineries and bakeries. And last but not least, they love the villages closeness within this private, gated community. “We have had potluck dinners, a summer parade, beach side bonfires and a Thanksgiving feast,” Donna remarks!

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Linda & Charlie

Linda and Charlie lived just 20 kms north of Osoyoos Lake but they were looking to downsize into a smaller home with a simpler lifestyle. The Cottages at Osoyoos was the perfect answer; maintenance free living in a brand new home means they no longer have to worry about yard work or home renovations! The couple also enjoys access to the fitness room, pools/hot tub and 1,800 sq. ft of waterfront. Being close to both Osoyoos and Oliver allows them to remain active and enjoy local clubs and classes. In between, they often entertain as family and friends love the resort atmosphere that The Cottages offers.

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Jeff & Cindy

A busy professional couple, Jeff and Cindy were living in North Vancouver and owned a condo in Osoyoos when development in the area caused them to lose their “water view” and they went looking for an alternative. There were many things that the couple loved about The Cottages. Their lot is close to both the beach and the clubhouse with unobstructed views and they were able to customize their chosen home plan to take advantage of the views! The Cottages at Osoyoos offers an all-around community style of living with lots of permanent residents so it is not a “weekend summer party resort”. “Our neighbors are lovely. Everyone is respectful of each other’s privacy,” says Cindy.

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We’ve received a lot of comments and requests from viewers and readers who want to see my wardrobe. Now, I’m a clothes horse, I’m a suit lover, I’m really into accessories, and as such, it’s impractical to do one video that covers it all. Because of that, we decided to break it down and today, we start with my cufflink collection.

My collection is ever-changing and if I find something better, I get rid of something in the rotation and then sometimes, I even sell them.

  • The first pair of cufflinks is quite cool and different in the sense that it’s made out of an aquamarine and a ruby, as well as 18 karat gold. Honestly, these little links are sometimes a pain to put on but when they’re on your cuff, they look stunning. The backstory on those is that in 2006, I came to the US for the first time and I did an internship with a lawyer, Edward Hayes. We have an article of this gentleman who’s a very flamboyantly dressing lawyer and when I was at his house, he just gave these cufflinks to me because he knew I was a poor student and I loved to dress up and I could have never afforded those cufflinks at the time. Now, I definitely kept those cufflinks, it’s kind of funny at the time, I had this phase where I only thought gold cufflinks would be really the only thing I should be wearing and so that’s what I would invest in. By 2009, when I moved to the US permanently, I needed money and so I sold my entire cufflink collection except for this pair because of the history and they were very unique and I thought it is just something I should keep.

  • Another pair of cufflinks which I got from Edward Hayes are the ones you can see here, they are made out of 835 silver with gold coverings. It’s kind of a Victorian pattern and I like them because the reflections are different depending on the light, it has yellow gold and rose gold in it, and it makes them quite unique. I guess I could polish them again, I don’t wear them a whole lot but the problem sometimes with silver cufflinks is that if they’re not polished all the time, they rub off on your especially white dress shirts and it looks just dirty on the cuff.
  • The third pair of cufflinks that is also Victorian, as you can see, it’s double-sided with a chain. I think it’s just brass because, over time, I’ve come to realize it really doesn’t matter what kind of precious metal your cufflinks are made out of, it all depends on what they look like and how they look on your shirt cuff, and whether you enjoy wearing them or not. So these are little brass decorations, I bought them in Berlin in 2015, and at the same time, I bought those green ones which are basically the same style yet they are very different looking from afar. Personally, I’m a big fan of double-sided cufflinks because I think having a decorative element on both sides is simply much preferable to having those t bars where you just have everything on one side and nothing on the other. As you can see, the swirly glass is not perfectly round but it’s a hallmark of handmade glass.

  • The next pair of cufflinks is British. It’s a cloisonne enamel chain cufflinks on sterling silver. Now when it comes to enamel, there are different kinds. There’s the regular enamel that is just very plain looking and then there’s the translucent cloisonne enamel which is fired and it’s actually glass in different colors but the metal surface underneath is etched and because of that, you get that nice three-dimensional effect when you rotate the cufflinks. So these ones here have kind of a z pattern and I just like the strong green color with the white band. it’s just beautiful. You can see the cufflinks actually look gold and it’s because they’re gold plated.

  • Now these pair cufflinks are from Montblanc, they’re plain and simple, and black ,and they are no precious metal at all but they’re in fact the very first pair of cufflinks I ever owned because as you might know, I started out collecting fountain pens, I would also sell them and in one lot, there was also this pair of cufflinks and when I got them, I thought “wow! now how do I wear them?” and so I did some research and I came across French cuff shirts and that’s what kick-started my passion for classic men’s clothing. So without this pair of clothing, the Gentleman’s Gazette and Fort Belvedere probably would never exist today.

  • Next pair of cufflinks is unique in the sense that it’s intricately detailed and you can find kind of dark blue lapis blue enamel with some golden elements and the back part, they’re double-sided. The back part has a bar and of course, it has chains. I really love those cufflinks and I think I bought them in probably 2010 or 2011 at a cufflink convention in Chicago quite inexpensive and just cost me about $ 30.00

  • The next pair of cufflinks is kind of unassuming. It doesn’t have a chain but a connection that’s similar to a chain and it has bloodstones that it’s set in sterling silver, it’s kind of a round cushion shape and because of that, I like wearing them. It’s not something you usually see a lot and personally, I like unique items. I think about these as part of a vintage cufflink lot and it didn’t cost me a lot of money.

  • The next cufflinks are sterling silver, they have two different colors on both sides. So one is yellow, the other is purple, and I got them as part of a lot. Some people may think of them as the Vikings colors, I’m not a football fan at all and would never wear them like that. To me, they’re just a fun statement piece and sometimes I’ll wear them with the purple side out on one side and the yellow on the other one so it’s just a fun little pair of cufflinks that is not too large because most cufflinks today are rather large which I don’t like quite so much so having something smaller it’s quite elegant.

  • Next up is the first pair of Fort Belvedere cufflinks that I designed. I always wanted a pair of monkey fist knot cufflinks which is this particular knot which is a sailor’s knot and I wanted cufflinks made out of it. So in this first pair here, the middle part was supposed to be a twisted rope but as you can see, it didn’t quite turn out the way we wanted to and it just looked overbearing so in the final iteration, we ended up with a cufflink that was slightly smaller especially on the slimmer end so it would actually fit through your cuff and the bar was much more elegant by just twisting it without that rope structure. It’s a very timeless pair of cufflinks and if I just had to invest in one pair of cufflinks, it probably would be this one, maybe in gold, because I have more gold accessories but most people would actually be better off with silver because most men today have more silver accessories.

 

 

  • Next up is a nice pair of cloisonne enamel cufflinks. Again, it’s an oval shape and as you can see, it has this nice deep rich blue cloisonne pattern. As you move them with the light, because of the etching underneath, you get that beautiful lighting effect and which is one of the reasons I’ve always fallen in love with cloisonne enamel cufflinks and again, they’re sterling silver, gold plated with a chain in the back. Traditionally, double-sided cufflinks always came with chains, while they’re beautiful, I actually find a fixed bar to be superior to the chain but it’s very hard to find those.

  • The next pair of cufflinks is quite heavy. it’s made out of a solid 18 carat gold in yellow and white gold and it has a t-bar closure. It’s a cufflink that I bought several years ago and I don’t quite like it as much anymore. It’s simple in a way but I think it would work better with maybe 50s or 60s outfits and I’m not that kind of guy. I still have them, keep them, I may have to sell them or trade them in sometimes because they’re quite heavy and the gold price right now is quite high.

  • The next pair of cufflinks I bought at a vintage shop in Hamburg for just a few bucks and it’s actually made of sterling silver and it has that kind of chain-like connection with moonstones. I like them because it’s like very milky, they have an effect in a way that mother-of-pearl has but it’s slightly different and it changes with the light so it’s just a beautiful pair and it is small, not oversized, so something I definitely like.

  • I think at the very same shop, I bought these cufflinks here which are a little more unique. They’re actually hand carved lapis and as you can see, there’s a face carved into them so they’re just slightly different and I sometimes like to wear them when I’m in the mood for them if I could contrast on light blue shirts as well as white shirts and it’s a good nice unique pair of cufflinks.

  • Next up is a very classic pair of cufflinks in that color scheme. It’s red and gold. I think it’s not a precious or semi-precious stone, it’s glass, but it’s mounted on 14-karat gold I think, it’s made in Italy, it is slightly oval not as oval as the ones who saw from England, but also not round and so again, different than other things I have in my collection and because of that I like.

  • The next pair here is a lapis pair which is beautiful but it has those t-bar connections which as I mentioned I’m not a huge fan of. I’ve got those nevertheless because I like that domed malachite and so we created the other malachite ones because the effect was so beautiful in our Eagle Claw cufflinks.

  • Next up is a 14 karat or 585 pair of cufflinks in malachite from Germany. As you can see, it has a t-bar and it’s kind of interesting the way it is set and the finished edge is kind of scratched which makes the bit look like the late 60s or 70s kind of mid-century modern. Not something I’m too fond of today but it was the first pair of malachite cufflinks so I still have it. I wear it on occasion but I like our Fort Belvedere cufflinks a lot better now which is why I wear them more often.

  • These octagonal cufflinks are really cool because you don’t find that shape very often. Also, it has very intricate cloisonne enamel which has waves in yellow and a blue rim so I like to combine it with outfits where I have those colors so I can pick them up either in the socks or the tie or the shirt and so they’re just fun to wear. Again, they’re sterling silver made in England.

  • Next up we have some amber cufflinks, German, I think it’s like sterling silver and they actually have a date engraved on it March 25th of 56. So yeah, it was probably a gift in the 50s to someone. They are amber and it’s not quite clear so it’s like a natural material, it has some scratches and I bought them at a flea market in Berlin and I think in 2015 for like 20 bucks, to be honest, I haven’t worn them very often. I just got them because I didn’t have an Amber pair of cufflinks in my collection. Looking back, I probably shouldn’t have bought them because even though they were not so expensive, I hardly wear them at all.

  • Next up is a pair of 333, I think that’s an 8 karat gold, made in Germany, yellow gold, it’s kind of a knot, it’s a classic symbol in menswear but again it had this t-bar and so those inspired me to create our monkey fist knot cufflinks in gold but I just wanted a real knot and I wanted the double-sided ones. So I used to wear these a lot but again since the monkey fist cufflinks are there, I don’t wear them a lot anymore.

  • Next up are two pairs of green cufflinks which green in menswear is not that strong. I think it’s a great color but for cufflinks, they’re hard to find so whenever I come across them, I buy them. So this first one with those concentric circles here I bought actually at a flea market in Budapest probably in 2006. Before I came to the US, I did an internship there and they were about three or five bucks they have some damage which when it comes to cloisonne enamel means for collectors they’re completely uninteresting but for me, as someone who just enjoys cufflinks and wants to wear them, it not a big deal.

  • The other ones are more of a Granny Smith green. They’re English, I bought them as part of a lot, they have a white rim and I haven’t worn them as often because the color is quite bright and it pops so maybe with a darker unassuming outfit in a green tie maybe a knit tie it would be a good combination.

  • Next up is a pair of cloisonne enamel striped oval cufflinks. They’re actually branded as Ralph Lauren but they were made in England for Ralph Lauren and they are sterling silver, they’re quite bold, and because of that, I actually wear them quite infrequently or hardly ever, to be honest, I just like the design, I liked that they were different, but at the end of the day, when it comes to picking out a pair, I usually go with more muted ones.

  • Here’s a fine pair of 14-karat cufflinks. They have kind of an S shape but it’s not very bold so my last name is Schneider, someone gave them to me, I don’t wear them very often because I like my other cufflinks more.

  • Next up is a set of cufflinks, shirt studs, and it even has I think waistcoat buttons. It’s an abalone stone, I think in the back it’s a 14 karat gold, and on top it’s platinum. I wore those with my black tie ensemble which is quite nice. It’s just something that traditionally, men will wear with black tie. You’d have like dark stones and you have the cufflinks and then you’d have the shirt studs as well as the waistcoat buttons which were exchangeable. Now I only have two of those and most waistcoats have like at least three for single breasted one or four for double breasted ones so I can’t wear them for the waistcoat but it was just a set that I found vintage.

  • Next up are some blue cloisonne enamel cufflinks and you can see it’s always this same shape. It’s a very popular shape in England because it’s not too small but it still fits through the buttonhole on your shirt-cuff. It’s light blue and darker blue with little edgings underneath in sterling silver pretty much like the next one.
  • This set of cufflinks, I keep in the same compartment simply because they’re purple and purple in menswear is not a very strong color. I sometimes wear them when I have a purple bowtie or a purple tie, you could also wear them with a purple or lavender shirt. This one here is round, has black enamel cloisonne, and the other one has kind of an unusual shape, a mix between round and square.

  • Here’s a pair of cufflinks that I like. I think it’s glass with black and white. it’s something I would wear with a Stresemann outfit, for example, it’s 14-karat gold, they’re quite heavy, it is a t-bar so maybe I’ll sell them in the future because I haven’t worn them in quite a while, to be frank.

  • Now, next up is an evening dress set for white tie. I think it is 14 karat gold in the back with platinum and then it has a mother-of-pearl insert so here I have the full set of 4 waistcoat buttons so I can wear double-breasted and single-breasted waistcoats with white tie and these are the matching cufflinks in the same size. for the shirt, I either wear matching shirt studs as you can see here or I go with these pearls that are set in gold and I think I like the pearls more because it’s the more traditional way and I don’t wear white tie that often so if I do, I usually stick with the traditional classics. It’s actually quite hard to find full dress sets like these in the original box so when I came across this one from Berks I think on eBay I was very happy that I got it.

  • My next pair of cufflinks is a little more unusual and I like it because it’s tiger’s eye as a stick, set in silver with some chains. They’re not easy to get on the cuff but once you do they’re quite nice and different looking which is why I like them, of course, I have all the Fort Belvedere cufflinks and since I just designed them I still really like them I wear them a lot and part of my general rotation today. I’m wearing the green ones, we have the tiger’s eye in gold, it’s very nice in the way it rotates with a light and it works with any kind of brown in your outfit. The carnelian one is a stone, it’s like red but it’s not too bright. Lapis is beautiful it’s just a deep rich blue color and we use a lapis with very few inclusions. we even have it in yellow gold and in silver. so you have a choice of what you want and this one here is a black one so if you wear a lot of charcoal suits they would even work for tuxedo outfits, for example, we’ll see maybe we can make some matching studs and waistcoat buttons so you can wear it as a full dress set I think that would be quite nice.

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It’s that time of year: the greatest “cat-letes” in the game are ready to go head-to-head on the field for Kitten Bowl V. Many of this year’s furry contenders for the National Championship of Feline Football trophy have been rescued from hurricane and flood ravaged lands and, like always, will be available for adoption through the North Shore Animal League America and Last Hope Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation. Kitten Bowl V will air on Feb. 4, 2018 on the Hallmark Channel.
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Behind the Scenes with Outstanding Outfit Bloggers

This year I wrote 11 long features and 12 posts about individual outfits in our Outstanding Outfit Bloggers series. For the last post of the year, we thought it would be fun to give you a little “peek behind the scenes”. You usually only get to see my analysis of the outfits, but while writing these blog posts part of the fun for me is definitely also:

  1. Reading what our bloggers themselves are saying about the looks they put together, photo shoot shenanigans, the occasions on which they wore an outfit, etc.
  2. And then, once the posts are live, all your marvelous comments — sometimes hilarious, often very astute — add yet another dimension to these style stories.

So today, I’m revisiting three outfits from 2017 to share a quick personal takeaway for each of them, and then let our lovely bloggers and your comments do the talking.

Psyche

My takeaway

Psyche’s polished casual maxi cardigan look is an excellent reminder that metallic footwear is such an easy and effective way to add a little extra oomph to any outfit, from the most casual to super dressy looks. Also: I want to steal that beautiful double-faced cardigan.

What Psyche said

“Part sweater. Part coat. The long cardigan is one of the most versatile layering pieces. And, the right layers make getting dressed so easy during the fall. We’ve been waking up to chilly mornings here in St. Louis, and a long cardigan has been an easy, cozy, and stylish choice for staying warm.”

Your comments

“This blogger looks like a real person in real clothes which I LOVE. Wish more of them would do that. I especially like her footwear, it seems wearable but somehow not just average.”

“What a cool and hip looking lady! My favourite look is the maxi cardigan and mirrored shades. Loving the bright lip colours on her as well.”

“She knows how to do it. Everything is put together so well and very suitable for her. I like everything she is wearing and I think her shoes are especially interesting.”

My takeaway

You can never go wrong with a fabulous dress that fits well and suits your style aesthetic, like Greetje’s gorgeous moss green, elbow-length shift dress. Bonus points for texture, the sueded fabric in this case, and an eye-catching accessory. Both make the outfit stand out even more.

What Greetje wrote (aka, outfit photo shoots are hard work!)

“‘Not that cold’ is still cold enough to start testing the camera with the coat on. My hair was headstrong (pun intended). The air was still damp from the rain which is devastating for my hair. Every four photos I rushed to mirror and comb. Don’t for a minute think my lovely hair always looks lovely.”

“I have to find a way to stop this dress from sliding to the back. Oh I know!! Dress tape of course!! The sticky straps used by movie stars to avoid undesirable exposure. Those straps are in my closet, totally forgotten.”

Your comments

“Greetje’s looks are beautifully executed. Her use of footwear and accessories, as well as the way she embraces color and executes her proportions, are lovely. Most of all, the fun she has with her wardrobe is visible in every shot.”

“I especially love the non-print looks and the way she works with accessories, such fun details to study.”

“I’m laughing at your ‘take compliments with a pinch of salt’ comment because it’s EXACTLY that refreshing honesty of yours which won me over and put your blog on the very short list of bloggers I regularly visit. To me, you embody Angie’s mantra ‘Have fun with fashion!’ Your willingness to experiment inspires me to jump out of my comfort zone, and your wry comments when something doesn’t work as expected help me keep my perspective when my own efforts go sideways!”

My takeaway

Even if a blogger is wearing colours I wouldn’t sport myself (only because they aren ‘t flattering on me, not because I don’t like them), I can still instantly fall in love with the look. Case in point: Diane’s delightful marigold with pastel pink, white, and light gold Spring outfit. So fresh!

Diane’s thoughts

“What matters most to you in terms of dressing? My answer is shoes! Being an avid exerciser, (sometimes) runner, but more importantly, due to the nature of my work, shoes are crucial. It is the difference between getting through 4 events in a row & being on your feet for 12 hours a day with ease or feeling serious pain in your arches, knees & back after so much work.”

Your comments

“Diane’s style is joyful and it shows in her smile and playful style. She moves seamlessly from unique color choices to outfits that reflect her mood.”

“My favorite thing she did was combine marigold with pale pink! That is just marvelous.”

“Love her style and curls. I also like the way she throws in an unexpected color now and then, super cute.”

“Wow — what a wonderfully creative and experimental dresser! (Yet still being relatable and aspirational.)”

What did you enjoy most about our Outstanding Outfit Bloggers series? Or which outfit did you like best this year?

Wishing you a wonderful 2018 filled with happy moments, and perhaps a few fun style surprises along the way.


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An Interview with Vegan Scene’s Amy Rebecca

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Located in Venice Beach, California, Vegan Scene has made a name for itself as being the go-to place for anything and everything vegan. Being primarily a retail shop, Vegan Scene also provides cooking and fitness classes to its customers, all while ensuring a vegan and healthy lifestyle and experience. They explain that, “Our space is designed to be a multipurpose space uniting the many aspects of the vegan lifestyle into one rad local spot to hang out.” We had the chance to catch up with Vegan Scene’s founder and creative genius, Amy Rebecca, who as no surprise, is a passionate, hard-working and dynamic vegan woman! She embodies the beliefs that we stand for at MATT & NAT, so we wanted to share this experience with you!

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Can you tell our readers about yourself?

I’m a self described quirky vegan with a shopping problem. I was born and raised in Santa Monica. (Which basically means my body is unable to function in 60 below weather.)

I went to California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) and have a BFA in Film/Video. Shortly after graduation I realized that I didn’t want to be a filmmaker. I got some really good advice from a friend: She said that a degree is more about showing you saw something through, and that you don’t have to be stuck doing that for the rest of your life. So I decided to follow my heart. That took me all over, including working as a bicycle guide in Tuscany for a year. When I moved back in LA I decided I wanted my career to incorporate all of the things that I loved. Fast forward to the present — I’m doing just that with Vegan Scene. I live in Venice (just down the street from my shop) so I never have an excuse to be late for work.

How did you first get into veganism?

I’ve always loved animals. My third word after “momma” and “dadda” was “Bubba,” the loveable garbage can thieving golden retriever that lived down the street from my house. I was a shy kid growing up, but my parents saw how my eyes lit up when I saw an animal, and they were very supportive as I slowly transformed our house into a Dr. Doolittle-esque menagerie. I rescued injured animals and adopted the ones too crippled to be re-released. I also had dogs, parakeets, cockatiels, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters and mice. When I was seven I adopted three hens, whom I named Bixie, Twixie and Veronica. I loved those chickens. It wasn’t long before I made the connection that the chicken on my plate was the same kind of animal as my pet chickens, so I stopped eating chicken right then and there. Eventually I learned where all meat comes from, and soon after that I went vegetarian. I didn’t even know what a vegan was until I was 15, when I took an animal rights workshop in high school. The first day of class they showed us a video about how much animal abuse has permeated our culture and how avoiding animal cruelty extends far beyond just abstaining from eating their flesh. I was horrified, so on the spot I declared myself a vegan. That was 13 years ago and I’m still going strong.

What is the best thing about Vegan Scene?

One of the best things about Vegan Scene is that there’s nothing really like it out there. One of the reasons I started Vegan Scene was the lack of vegan spaces. Plant-based restaurants are booming, but veganism is much more than food; it’s a lifestyle. Our mission is to bring you the very best vegan fashion and products. The shop is hand curated, and we place a lot of emphasis on ethical cred, style and quality goods. We fancy ourselves a Vegan Studio 54…with more quinoa. We like to have fun, so we also host cooking classes, fitness classes and throw some pretty epic parties. What also makes Vegan Scene special is that it’s much more than a business; it’s a passion project. So there’s a lot of love from everyone involved.

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How do you balance your time, considering you are a successful entrepreneur?

We’re still in our start-up phase, so at the moment I don’t have a lot of time for anything outside of work. I knew going into this the first year would take all of me. But, when I’m not working, I like hanging out with my pets, going shopping or going out with friends. I’m a huge football fan, so on the weekends you can find me glued to the TV watching the latest Arsenal match. Sometimes I sneak off to a bar in the afternoon to watch Champions League. I also like running and cycling.

Have you met anyone interesting/famous since starting Vegan Scene?

I do get excited when I meet someone who’s used their platform for social good. I’ve never been turned on by the idea of celebrity. I mean we all eat, sleep and fart.

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Would you encourage other people to turn to a vegan lifestyle?

Duh! That’s basically my life’s mission: to make veganism accessible and cool.

Before today, had you ever heard of MATT & NAT? If yes, what are your impressions?

Oh yeah, Matt & Nat was the first vegan handbag line I knew of when I went vegan back in 2002. So it was only natural that Matt & Nat was also the first brand I contacted about stocking at Vegan Scene.

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Do you own any MATT & NAT products? If yes, which?

Yes! I have a couple of wallets. Lately I’ve been rocking the Abiko clutch when I’m out at night, and the Wilhelm crossbody during the day. It’s dangerous for my personal pocketbook when I’m putting together the next order for our space.

Have you ever visited our hometown of Montreal?

I haven’t been to Canada yet, but I’ve always wanted to go. I have a good friend that just moved to Montreal, so now I have another excuse to visit.

What’s the best thing about living in LA?

The weather.

If you could go back in time and change anything, what would it be?

I used to think like that, but now I take every experience as a lesson going forward. Some of the saddest, lowest points in my life have shaped who I am today, and made me a stronger person for it. It’s good to make mistakes, travel the world, date lots of boys and basically try everything.

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