Artist Ed Wheeler created a holiday-themed series of hilarious self portraits, where he has inserted himself, as Santa, into the classic works of Vermeer, Caravaggio, Degas, Botticelli, Rousseau and many more. Ho-ho-ho . . . love it!
I spent the better part of yesterday drooling over Haleigh’s, of Making Magique, photographs from her recent family trip to Peru. Her journey to Cuzco, the Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, and Lima has convinced my boyfriend and I to finally make the trip to this colorful and culture-rich country. How can you not want to share her experience?
In 1999, Giuseppe Laviani and his wife Giacomina purchased La Socelière, a 17th-century chateau in the Loire Valley for $500,000. Even after investing another $500,000 to restore the property, they were able to keep it practical and non-stuffy. During the summers, four generations of the Laviani family go shoeless.
Stylist, and founder of Lula Magazine, Leith Clark has collaborated with Warby Parker on a collection of five new frames. I love the 60s librarian vibe to them – and of course, Leith’s flawless styling makes each frame that much more adorable. Plus, a percentage of each sale goes to Girl Up, a United Nations Foundation campaign mobilizing American girls to raise awareness and funds for UN programs that provide life-changing opportunities to girls around the world. This collaboration couldn’t have come at a better time as I am in desperate need of a new pair of glasses. So what shall it be – the Willow, Greta or Aurora?
(Leith Clark x Warby Parker glasses $145 each)