Stripes and polka dots and florals, oh my! I’m crazy about this vibrant, pattern-filled editorial via Harper’s Bazaar, shot by Tommy Ton. And those incredibly chic green floral pants by J.Crew?! Definitely at the very top of my wish list . . .
Designer Jenni Kayne‘s Los Angeles home is proof that, sometimes, less is more. Reclaimed wood and natural stone elements give the modern architecture warmth and character. I’m mildly obsessed with the black walled room, steel coated bathtub, the adorable kids’ room, and of course, the ever-so-serene outdoor living room!
Gretchen Jones is blowing our socks off with her upcoming fall collection – mixing urban, ladylike classics with a touch of modern bohemian romanticism. Fall can’t come soon enough as we’re anxious to incorporate her elongated peplum dresses in pixilated and ethnic prints, pleated skirts with slouchy hip pockets, patchwork blouses, and ankle-length trousers into our wardrobes. And a Bauhaus-inspired jewelry collection to boot? Sold.
The minute you step into Lauren Wolf‘s jewelry design studio and boutique, you know you’ve struck gold. Inspired by her love of Mexico and the desert, Lauren has curated the most incredible selection of jewelry from various designers, textiles by local artisans, art and objects for the home into a white washed, adobe-like space: Esqueleto in Oakland, California. Her eponymous collection is also undoubtedly a major inspiration for the store, as it’s best known for the arresting combinations of raw minerals like diamonds, jasper, and pink Moroccan druzy with precious metals such as 14 karat yellow, rose, and green golds. My favorite pieces are hands down her claw earrings, where slivers of rough cut stones are bound by gleaming gold prongs. Lucky for me, I live a few minutes from the beautiful oasis Lauren has so brilliantly created . . . EUREKA!