We’re honestly obsessed with the Preen Line‘s spring collection. The feminine silk midi dresses, printed with patchwork Moroccan tile, are so wonderfully juxtaposed with sporty elements like utilitarian neon belts, color blocked ankle socks, and silk screened jersey numbers. So good.
When it comes to furniture, I tend to gravitate towards neutral colors. But hot diggity dog have I’ve developed a sudden yearning for green chairs. Occasional chairs or dining chairs in emerald, jade, olive, lime, sea green . . . I’m loving them in just about any shade.
Finnish designer Samu-Jussi Koski takes a lot of pride in the materials which are sourced for his, and our new favorite, label Samuji. Cotton from Japan and France, mohair from Italy, linen from Lithuania, and leather from Iceland – it all translates into sumptuous and beautifully made clothing. The breton striped long sleeved maxi dress? And the belted navy alpaca coat? Gimme gimme.
I can’t get enough of cacti and succulents – in real life and in art form. Inspired by the artist’s childhood memories of the backyards in old houses of her hometown in Argentina, Art and People illustrates the most beautiful botanicals by way of gouache, watercolors and acrylic on paper. Just beautiful and the perfect, cheery addition to any wall.