If you’re not already familiar with Drew Ginsburg, the jewelry mastermind behind Me & Lex, then you probably don’t spend your days consumed by the incredible necklaces that have quickly become part of her signature style. Drew has taken the statement necklace to whole new level, taking apart vintage and designer necklaces and reconstructing them into mind blowing, jaw dropping pieces. And after her loyal Instagram following begged and pleaded to purchase these stunners, she finally launched 6 styles for sale – each made with antiqued Swarovski crystals, coins and some with detailed Indian filigree. So damn good, it hurts.
In addition to being a painter, sculptor, jewelry designer and author, Cuban born artist Elsa Mora is most impressively an unbelievably talented paper cutter. Imagine the amount of patience and care it takes to cut such intricate, beautiful and delicate designs out of just a simple piece of paper.
Anastasia Romantsova’s spring collection, for A La Russe, has me daydreaming of a sun-filled getaway – in the Mediterranean, perhaps – where you’ll find me wearing her floor skimming dresses, silk printed scarves and straw sun hats. Not yet available stateside, this collection will just have to live in my dreams . . . for now.
For a newly released book project, photographer Mark Nixon has captured intimate portraits of cherished stuffed animals that have been ripped apart and bruised after years of play and snuggles. Although seemingly sad at first, you can’t help but think that the more tattered the plush possession, the more loved it was. It’s not easy being a teddy bear!