Not only does Karen Walker make some of the best sunglasses, she’s clearly the most innovative when it comes to her lookbooks. Last season, sunnies were styled on brooms and mops and this season, it’s aliens. LOVE!
I never wore a veil at my wedding, but these precious hair adornments from Twigs & Honey are the kinds of swoon-worthy things that make me want to get married all over again . . . to the same fellow, of course!
There’s no doubt Catbird is our favorite source when it comes to exquisite, well curated jewelry. We’re especially devoted to their own collection of delicate gold rings – so much so that we’ve partnered with them to give away a trio of threadbare, slightly hammered 14k gold bands. Simply leave a comment below, follow Catbird on Twitter, and a winner will be selected at random on Monday, April 2nd. (Sorry, limited to US residents only. Good luck! xx ***Contest is now closed. Congratulations to Jen L!)) And until April 10th, everyone can take advantage of code LOVEWTF for 15% off everything at Catbird!
What started out as a unique jewelry line, founded in 2009 by Phoebe and Annette Stephens, has now evolved to include a collection of metal handbags. Not only were the sisters influenced by their own professional backgrounds in the arts, their grandparents provided much inspiration to the Anndra Neen aesthetic and approach. Their grandmother was the artist and jewelry maker Annette Nancarrow and their grandfather was the avant-garde composer Conlon Nancarrow; the two lived in Mexico City in the 1930s and ’40s and were friends with the likes of Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and Anaïs Nin. Each of these incredibly unique clutches are hand crafted by blacksmiths and artisans in the sisters’ native Mexico. Honestly, want!
Combing traditional embroidery techniques and an unconventional combination of Swarovski crystals, sequins, and colorful gems, designer Shourouk Rhaiem fabricates the most magical and magnificent jewelry. I’m especially lusting after her newest collection of polyvinyl evening bags . . . honestly, divine!
I’m loving these colorful and playful looks from Happy Shop, a new conceptual boutique in Berlin. The multifunctional shop is modeled after a jewelry box, serving as the ultimate playground for adults. So fun!