Oversized sweaters, denim cut-offs, relaxed cargos, simple tanks, and suede ankle boots . . . Zadig & Voltaire‘s spring lookbook epitomizes casual, bohemian cool.
Located just 10 kilometers outside of Cannes, France is Palais Bulles, a bubble-shaped house designed by architect Antti Lovag. In 1989, the 28 bedroom home was ironically sold to designer Pierre Cardin, who became known for his iconic bubble dress thirty years prior. And since then, it has become notorious for its legendary festival parties and other grand events. Can you image hanging out in the bubble house?! Honestly . . .
As I’m counting down the days until my sailing trip through the Aegean Sea, bright and colorful swimwear seems to be the only thing on my mind . . .
(top image clockwise from top left: Mara Hoffman King Tut Bikini $200, Marc by Marc Jacobs Havana Swimsuit $190, Agent Provocateur Mazzy Triangle Top $220, Agent Provocateur Mazzy Bikini Bottom $170, Emilio Pucci Bandeau Swimsuit $550, Tori Praver Lily Bikini Bottom $105, Mara Hoffman Otomi Suit $230, Mara Hoffman Ibis Bikini $176, Tori Praver Lily Bandeau $105; bottom image via Shopbop)
I was so attached to my first car growing up that I always said when it can no longer function, I would cut the roof off and turn it into a giant flower pot to put in my backyard. So obviously, I absolutely love what artist Manuel Felisi did to a vintage Autobianchi. A truly beautiful installation . . .