All I wanna wear this summer are these smocked beauties from Innika Choo. The Bali-based Australian designer’s linen pieces are hand made in limited quantities with her signature smocked shoulders and delicately embroidered details. The one-size-fits-all dresses and tops are meant to worn oversized with matching bloomers, bralettes and skirts which are perfect for layering. And as a mom to two little girls, Innika has mini versions of some of her designs. So sweet, so beautiful. I want it all.
Tomato red, curry yellow and blush pink . . . Bryr‘s latest colors, though a departure from their flawless neutral palette, are delightfully on point! With a fresh crossover and slide style, stocking up on Bryr’s made to order, buttery soft clogs is a must – especially since we’re finally enjoying just a glimmer of warmer weather. Not to be hyperbolic but discovering Bryr has been life changing. I love the clogs. And when they’re still on your feet at the end of a long day chasing after two little tots, that’s saying a lot.
Indian illustrator and wildlife enthusiast Rohan Sharad Dahotre gives nature’s most majestic animals the ultimate amount of panache using fine black and white doodles. Ornate tribal ensembles bring charisma to each of these creatures, like a mischievous hyena with multiple piercings and a statuesque lioness with a regal cloak. Love this!
Moon faces by J.W. Anderson, curvy bodies by Rosie Assoulin and a Picasso like visage from Céline . . . I’m loving all the quirky wire-shaped earrings that are trending right now!
Customizable leather jackets?! So much YES. London based designer Laurie Lee Burley has been hand painting vintage leather jackets since 2015, after leaving her long career in advertising. I just love the contrast of the bold typography against the black leather jacket, the iconic symbol of rebellion and rock ‘n’ roll. Bad to the bone. Want. Need . . .