Who says playing with your food is a no no? Food stylist Anna Keville Joyce surely doesn’t abide by that nonsense. In collaboration with photographer Agustín Nieto, Anna has created portraits of various birds and landscapes of Eastern European capitals – all using salts, grains, fruits, and vegetables. Because she’s working with perishable foods, you can truly appreciate how quickly she must work to bring these incredibly inventive studies to life.
Every room in this Andalusian farmhouse is absolutely dreamy. I’m obsessed with the ivory-washed kitchen, the cozy outdoor spaces, and the tranquil living room. And don’t even get me started with the bedroom. I’m officially putting grey grasscloth wallpaper on the walls of my own bedroom. Done and done.
Brace yourselves. The Carter Family Portrait Gallery might just become your new favorite blog. The faces of Beyonce and Jay-Z, along with their baby girl Blue Ivy, are hilariously yet impressively superimposed onto some of art’s most iconic works. From Johannes Vermeer’s Girl With A Pearl Earring to Pablo Picasso’s The Guitarist to Grant Wood’s American Gothic, the king and queen of pop are truly receiving the royal treatment.
Alessandro Dell’Acqua always inspires with his gracefully masculine and boyishly feminine designs for No. 21. We love his playful clashes, of patterns, silhouettes and material, that make us want to mimic with items from our own closets – like a tea-length skirt worn under a belted, oversized t-shirt or a floral jacquard mini skirt paired with a collared gingham shirt. Or a sheer silk skirt worn under another sheer silk dress, making it that much cooler and less delicate. And Mr. Dell’Acqua, you’ve officially sold me on the color yellow. It’s not a color that particularly entices me but combined with light blue, brown and black? Well, okay then!