The authenticity of Ulla Johnson‘s global bohemian vibe truly shines through in the quality of her clothing, making her one of our favorite designers. Her clothing is certainly not easy to produce as it’s literally hand carried all over the world to be hand-finished by expert artisans – the yarn that make up her knits are spun to her liking in Peru and the intricate embroidery is done by hand in India. We’re also digging the more urban feel to her latest collection with relaxed, wide leg denim and loose fitting jumpers. Comfortable and chic. Honestly, Ulla.
A colorful Otomi pillow, a saddle leather chair, a vintage Peruvian ceremonial hat, an embroidered caftan and a bohemian bible . . . these are just a few of a free spirit’s soon to be favorite things.
It is freezing in California. I’m not complaining, especially after it was starting to feel like Indian summer had overstayed it’s welcome. But I can’t help but swoon over this breathtaking estate in Ibiza. The white washed walls, exposed wood beams, cement poured floors and thatched outdoor roofs have me dreaming of sandy beaches and balmy climates.