Architectual firm Ábaton transformed an abandoned stable into a gorgeous stone estate in the province of Cáceres, Spain. Sustainability is key as the property’s remote location relies on the sun and two naturally flowing streams for power, via solar panels and turbines. The modern interior design melds so beautifully with the rough and rustic exterior – I mean, who wouldn’t want to live in this dream home?!
This fall, Simone Harouche has launched a new collection of handbags with the same über-boho vibe as her signature fabric bags. Made with luscious leather and supple suede, each bag is equipped with the most gorgeous vintage elements and unique, one-of-a-kind charms. And trust us when we say the details only get better in person – each piece is truly the result of amazing craftsmanship!
The news of Yves Saint Laurent evolving into Saint Laurent, announced months before Paris Fashion Week, had everyone eagerly anticipating the label’s debut under the direction of newly appointed Hedi Slimane. Sure, the name had been shortened but there was certainly no shortage of glamour and swagger. Oversized fedoras, floor sweeping skirts, glittery capes and le smoking tuxedos screamed 70s rock ‘n’ roll. We absolutely loved it and are dying to get our hands on one of those stunning hats by next spring.
We were immediately inspired the moment we saw bare nails with blood-like, drippy polish accompany Prabal Gurung‘s spring collection at New York Fashion Week. Halloween is one of our favorite holidays and thus, the timing couldn’t have been better to recreate this deliciously daring DIY for our phalanges. Though a more vampy, burgundy color went down the runway, I went for more vibrant red . . . but the best part about this tutorial is that you can make it your own with just about any color, for any season!
- Revlon nail enamel in Fearless
- a handful of wooden toothpicks
Daniele and Jodie Snyder, the creative duo behind one of our favorite jewelry labels Dannijo, sure understand the importance of presentation. Sara from Collage Vintage recently gave us a peek into their New York studio and we just love the way they’ve brilliantly transformed some of their gorgeous pieces into decorative, armor-like emsembles.