Crescioni Spring 2016

Inspired by saddle making techniques she picked up during her time in Peru, Andria Crescioni has made her mark in the accessories industry with her leather stitched structural jewelry. We can’t get enough of the new forms and silhouettes for spring and are crushing even harder on the simple, bold brass pieces that look like they’ve been eroded by the sea. Simply beautiful.

Crescioni Spring 2016 | HonestlyWTF

Crescioni Spring 2016 | HonestlyWTF

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DIY Paint Splattered Shoes With FREDA SALVADOR

There’s nothing more infuriating than noticing an accidental scuff on your favorite, far-too-new pair of shoes. The first one is always the worst and then you sadly start to concede to the beatings and bruises your shoes continue to take on thereafter. Honestly, ugh. So when Cristina Palomo-Nelson and Megan Papay, the designing duo behind FRĒDA SALVADOR, hit me up for a DIY date to Jackson Pollock our shoes, I said yes, yes . . . YES! Who knew a pair of leather shoes could take so well to the most basic acrylic paint? New or old, I’m absolutely in love with splattering a pair of sneakers, loafers and oxfords with paint. Old shoes are new again. And new shoes are unique and ridiculously cool. Thank you, Cris and Megan!


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A Treasure Trove In Topanga Canyon

Toms founder Blake Mycoskie’s Topanga Canyon home is a trove of all the worldly treasures he and his wife have collected over the years. A Balinese desk is the centerpiece of Blake’s office, a Cameroonian drop cloth tops the couple’s four poster bed and reclaimed wood from Coney Island’s boardwalk cover the floors of the the home’s entryway. Unique touches like a Noah’s Ark inspired bookshelf in their son’s nursery and a Native American–themed ceiling, painted by Mark James Yamamoto, in the den make this rustic residence truly exceptional.





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