Erica

Executive Editor

Citizen of SF, NYC and LA. Lover of elephants, aspen trees, the Lakers and anything handcrafted. Addict of boots, jewelry, lace and cotton candy.

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FNO @ Madewell

Thank you to all of you that come out to our denim themed FNO event at Madewell last night! For those of you that missed it, we DIYed menswear-inspired accessories made from Madewell denim, such as bow ties, […]

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Fashion’s Night Out 2011

Calling all fashionistas, come celebrate Fashion’s Night Out with us in New York on September 8th! We’ll be doing double duty, DIYing at two of our favorite stores: Madewell & Free People! Snack on some sweet […]

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Mary Button Durell

Several months ago, we visited the studio of our friend Mary Button Durell. Mary, a San Francisco based artist, creates translucent and abstract sculptures using only a single material which is handmade by layering sheets […]

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Jackson Hole, WY

I recently spent a week in Jackson Hole, visiting the majestic Grand Tetons and exploring Yellowstone’s expansive spread. This area of Wyoming is hands down one of my favorite places in the world and if […]

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A Kanon Midsummer

Last Friday, our friends at Kanon Vodka and the über talented Jeremy Scott hosted an intimate luncheon at the Sunset Marquis in celebration of Midsummer. It was the sunniest and most gorgeous day in LA for DIY-ing […]

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DIY Tepee Poles

Last November Lauren and I helped take down the 24 foot family tepee which permanently lives on my in-laws ranch. Per usual, the inner structure of the tepee was left standing through the winter, but […]

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James Rowland Shop

My local vintage boutique, James Rowland Shop, is hands down my favorite place for one-of-a-kind dresses, bags and especially boots! With the largest and most well edited selection of vintage boots I’ve ever seen (and I […]

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Paul Bond

In 1932 Paul Bond, a rodeo cowboy and trick rider, started a business hand making custom cowboy boots. Almost 80 years later, he continues to operate his business (where everything is still done by hand) […]

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Antique Road Trip

In 1848, thousands of men and their families migrated to Placerville, CA in search of gold after hearing news of it’s discovery. A few weeks ago Lauren and I visited the birthplace of The Gold Rush via […]

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