Remember when we announced we were moving into a brand new office space a few months ago? Well, we’ve officially made the move, bought a few key pieces of furniture, and compiled plenty of examples of inspiring office spaces to help us implement those essential finishing touches. We love the idea of collaging wall art, creating large mood boards, maintaining simple and clutter free desks, finding creative methods of storage, having enough table space for DIY and crafts, and installing proper lighting for all of our photographing needs. A lot of work is still ahead of us but let’s be honest, this is hands down the most exciting part. Stay tuned as we’ll be sharing the big reveal in just a couple of weeks!
Oh, how we’re crushing on Leslie Tessler‘s collection of luxuriously handcrafted capes. Made in Argentina, where the New York designer currently resides, each style is produced in extremely limited runs and made of Peruvian alpaca, Italian cashmere, and French woven silk. Between the orange herringbone, the bright teal, and classic ivory, it’s hard to pick just one of these classic staples to keep me caped throughout the season!
Vogue’s newest hardcover Vogue Weddings: Brides, Dresses, Designerscontains nearly 400 photographs of memorable weddings and dresses, of royalty, models, artists, actors, musicians and designers, which have graced the pages of the magazine for 120 years. From images of Wallis Simpson’s low key ceremony to snapshots of Grace Kelly’s royal nuptials to behind the scene peeks into Lauren Santo Domingo’s dress fitting with Olivier Theyskens, this book wows and inspires with the crème de la crème of fairytale weddings.
Los Angeles based designer Jessica Seaton‘s collection is entirely hand sculpted and casted using the ancient method of lost wax. She told me her hands are always dirty from working with metals, staining wood, and dying fabrics, which explains the dip dyed fingers in her latest bohemian-inspired lookbook. I’m desperately needing the oversized naja ring!