Earlier this week Kanon Vodka officially launched in San Francisco. To celebrate this befitting union of sustainable vodka with one the most eco-friendly cities in the country, they threw a fabulous dinner party at the legendary Westerfield House. The masterminds behind Stag Dining Group and Cocktail Lab were responsible for an impressive four course menu and organic cocktail pairings. We helped set the mood by repurposing a handful of empty Kanon bottles and turning them into elegant, silver gilded candleholders. Check out more images from the celebratory event and the full tutorial here!
Apparently, Brian Dettmer isn’t the only über-talented sculptor cutting into books. Guy Laramee, an interdisciplinary artist, is best known for transforming the edges of vintage dictionaries, hardbacks, and encyclopedias into meticulously detailed landscapes with plateaus, temples, mountains, and valleys. WTF, right?!
After spending a week in Mexico, I am dreaming of warm weather again and the ease of dressing that goes along with it. MiH‘s spring collection is perfectly casual and bohemian with scalloped shorts, indigo linens, crisp cottons, pastel denim, peasant blouses, Aztec prints, and flared jeans. Founder and creative director, Chloe Lonsdale, was born with denim practically in her blood – her parents were known as the blue jean king and queen of London in the 70s. Read more about the charming backstory here.
“Infrared photography has the ability to show us what the eye cannot see, it’s the art of capturing invisible light.” Hong Kong-based designer Yiu Yu Hoi has done just that. I’d like to live in this ethereal cotton candy world.
Pansy prints + equestrian elements + oversized coats + all shades of red paired with nudes, beiges, browns and pinks = a more playful and youthful collection from Gucci. I mean, how good is the burgundy, olive, and red combo? Honestly and obviously in love.