All Things Mochi

When the art of embroidery is at the core of a label, the textile lover in me takes notice. Designer and founder Ayah Tabari, of Dubai based Mochi, produces each of her collections using traditional textiles from countries that most inspire her. Ancient Suzani motifs from Uzbekistan are embroidered on cotton culottes and ruffled tulip skirts. Vibrantly dyed threaded embroidery and symbolic geometric patterns from Pakistan are applied to tassel skirts, off the shoulder blouses and cropped jackets. And colorful flowers, taken from Spanish mantones, are finely embroidered onto black silk dresses, capes and shorts. I’m just dying to inject some of this rich and bold texture into my everyday!



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Have A Cow, Man

My boyfriend and I came this close to impulsively scoring a handsome, sustainably-raised cowhide rug. The price was far higher than expected so we walked away empty handed. However, I’m officially on the search for another, as I especially love the idea of layering it over one of my many rugs at home . . . any leads would be greatly appreciated!

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Ulla Johnson Spring 2016

Before we get knee deep in what’s to come next fall, with fashion month just around the corner, let’s just take a moment to appreciate all the prettiness that can potentially takeover our closets come spring. Season after season, Ulla Johnson continues to master boho-chicness with her Indian printed dresses, Victorian embroidered blouses and Aztec inspired knits. Her effortless and relaxed appeal makes it nearly impossible to exclude anything off my wish list (helloooo denim pinafore, crochet cardigan and Ukranian inspired off the shoulder top!) – and clearly, other savvy shoppers have caught wind of her talents as spring pieces are already selling out.



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Pablo Thecuadro

With just a conventional utility knife, Madrid based photographer and artist Pablo Thecuadro cuts apart fashion editorials and photographs to create collages. I love the surreal, trompe l’oeil quality to them – you can literally spend minutes just admiring each piece!



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