The Great

Designer and styling duo Emily Current and Meritt Elliot have officially launched their much anticipated line The Great. The whimsical Americana aesthetic brings back fond memories of their very debut collection for Current/Elliot. The influence of vintage and classic work-wear, in the dresses, jackets, sweatshirts and trousers, has become their undeniably appealing signature. We can’t wait to get our hands on a few pieces and see where The Great will take us next.



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Coffee Stains

My addiction to coffee and my recent obsession with motorcycles (thanks to my newest, but late to the game, guilty pleasure Sons Of Anarchy) makes me a huge fan of Carter Asmann‘s choice of medium and subject matter. Coffee stains as motorcycle tires?! No brainer.





Best Of LWF Fall 2015

So London Fashion Week came and went before we even had a chance to completely defrost from the New York freeze. Here are just a few of our favorite from the week . . .

Emilia Wickstead: All the romantically soft and waist cinching loveliness at Emilia Wickstead had us aspiring to adapt that ladylike aesthetic the New Zealand-born designer presented down the runway. Not only were the silhouettes flattering, the unexpected fold and pleats in the tailoring were unique and graceful. Luck be a lady.




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Casual + Collected

The gallery wall vignettes, the vintage brass details, the abundance of natural light, the outdoor shower, the open shelving . . . I can go on and on with about a hundred reasons why I love textile designer and interior decorator Lauren Liess‘ Washington D.C. home. And it’s all that much more impressive knowing what she had to work with before her six month renovation!



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DIY Jewelry Cloches With Lulu Frost

A trip to New York isn’t ever complete without a visit to Lulu Frost‘s stunning Flatiron showroom and newly renovated retail space. Not only is it a reason to preview and shop the latest collection (we wanted everything, by the way), we love carving out some craft time with Lisa and her team. We all share a love of collecting vintage plates and storing jewelry in them atop dressers and credenzas – but how annoying is it when your precious baubles start collecting dust and other debris? As per usual, we didn’t have to look far for a solution. Lisa’s vintage inspired aesthetic was the perfect inspiration for these oh so pretty, and easy to make jewelry cloches.


You’ll need:

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