Monthly archive February, 2014
Nomadic Fishtails

Nomadic Fishtails

Inspired by Himalayan landscapes, Etro‘s rugged take on the fishtail braid was something we can’t wait to try ourselves. “I see the models as nomads who’ve traveled the Silk Road from China through Mongolia, Tibet and Nepal, passing through sandstorms and high winds of harsh travel,” said hairstylist Eugene Souleiman, who achieved the rugged look...
Spotted: #Monochromatic #MFW #LFW #NYFW

Spotted: #Monochromatic #MFW #LFW #NYFW

via Harper’s Bazaar, NYMag, le 21ème, Vogue.com)
Come And Knock On My Door

Come And Knock On My Door

Door knockers are the perfect first impression – they make a bold statement before anyone steps foot inside your home. I recently scored a vintage brass fox door knocker, which is a rare thing to see these days. In case you’re looking to add some flair to your front door, you can find great ones here, here,...
Stella Jean Spring 2014

Stella Jean Spring 2014

If you looked up Stella Jean in the dictionary, there she would surely be defined as: the merriest print mixologist there ever was. The Italian-Haitian designer‘s spring collection focused on the skirt with 50s inspired petticoat skirts, pencil skirts and long trumpeted hobble skirts. And her signature happy combination of Hawaiian prints, French Breton stripes, West...
Old Barn turned Provençal Chic

Old Barn turned Provençal Chic

This renovated barn house in Empordà is just oozing with sweet charm. The high ceilings and neutral stone walls are toned down with organic fabrics, rustic furniture, soft pastels and lots of natural light. And can we please talk about the enormous wicker chandelier hanging about the square shaped dining table? Dreamy . . . (images...
Edie Parker

Edie Parker

We’ve been obsessed with Brett Heyman’s retro-inspired, acrylic clutches since she launched Edie Parker a few years ago. Season after season, the designs just get more inventive and fun. Her latest collection of sapphire, coral and emerald inlaid versions are to die for – I especially love the faceted and circular shapes! Trés glam. (clockwise...
Aakash Nihalani

Aakash Nihalani

What started out an accidental exercise with a single roll of painter’s tape, is now the medium that artist Aakash Nihalani uses for his geometric, trompe l’oeil  forms on sidewalks and public surfaces. I love his most recent work, where blue paint is seemingly spilling over a 3-dimensional shape. (via Unurth)
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