Can you believe that these portraits of the London Underground, Piccadilly Circus, Hampstead Heath and Camden Town are constructed entirely of denim?! Sweden-based British artist Ian Berry, aka Denimu, cuts old denim into precise shapes and pieces before meticulously gluing them all together. Using bleach and colored denim, he’s able to experiment with shading and color. Jean-ius.
Just a couple of days from launching his sparkly ear cuffs and earrings online, Ryan Storer has already sold out of the majority of his collection. Twice. I’m eagerly awaiting the return of this rose gold ear cuff, which we hear should be replenished very soon!
My week long sojourn in Southeast Asia began with 4 exceptional days in Siem Reap, Cambodia. After a quick introduction to the tuk tuk, the preferred method of transport, our explorations of this amazing UNESCO World Heritage site began: waking up at 5am to watch the sun rise over the magnificent Khmer temple of Angkor Wat, climbing up Angkor Thom and other temple ruins dating as far back as the 9th century, marveling at intricate Hindu wall carvings still so much in tact, laying poolside at the stunning Le Méridien, watching Apsara dancers tell mythical stories through their graceful dance, visiting local artisans, and savoring copious amounts of exotic fruits in tropical heat. Cambodia was absolutely sublime and utterly unforgettable.
You can’t go wrong with a company called the Pom Pom Factory. Karen Hsu’s ‘factory’ churns out beautiful pom poms, made from 100% bio-degradable and recycled tissue paper. Whether it be for weddings, store windows, editorials or parties, the Pom Pom factory is available for in-person installations . . . or you can always purchase them flat with instructions on how to do it yourself.