If there is one thing we’re sure to carry with us into fall and the new year, it’s anything with oversized, bell sleeves! Honestly, obsessed.
After visiting California, Nevada, and Florida and photographing what they deem as some of the best Mid-century modern architecture, artistic duo Geebird & Bamby returned to their studio in Wiesbaden, Germany to create the perfect new world. “The New World” is a series of photorealistic landscapes depicting anonymous places of the 20th century. The details are so impeccable, it’s easy to get lost in each image!
Are you up for a road trip to Northern California’s Big Sur? How about four days in Fès, Morocco? Or an excursion to Peru’s Sacred Valley? Serial wanderluster Lucy Laucht will take you there, albeit virtually. When she’s not overseeing J.Crew’s gorgeous digital content, Lucy documents her travels around the world with captivating photographs and handy notes for future explorers. Discover her stunning site (and Instagram!) and I dare you not to be instantly inspired to plan your next adventure.
It all started with an old, yet stunningly cool, raincoat Alexander Stutterheim discovered in his grandfather’s barn on Arholma, an island in the Stockholm archipelago. After instantly falling in love with the practicality and sleekness of the coat, he found the right craftsmen and seamstresses to rework and perfect a modern fit. The result? Incredibly lightweight and impeccably tailored raincoats, each handmade in Poland. I just received my first Stutterheim this week and am officially ready for El Niño’s imminent arrival. But honestly, I would wear my new favorite raincoat any day – rain or shine.