Celebrating 20 years of creating limited edition silk scarfs for Harrods Knightsbridge, Hermès is providing 1,000 styling tips as part of their Paris Mon Ami campaign and pop up shop. Shini, of Park & Cube, was lucky enough to attend and was styled in a piece made up of 12 woven scarves! Isn’t it about time you finally get your hands on a set of knotting cards, Erica? Honestly . . .
When I lived in Spain, I used to love doing laundry for the sole reason of getting to hang my clothes out to dry. Although it took awhile to get used to how differently clothes felt after being air dried, there was something undeniably romantic about it. This project named Intimacy under the Wires first started in Tel Aviv’s Jaffa neighborhood and has since been an ongoing project bringing Israeli photographer Sivan Askayo to Madrid, Barcelona, London, Florence, Venice, and Buenos Aires. I absolutely adore how these images capture the fluidity and movement of the clothes in the wind.
Just a few of our favorite things for the free spirited – the ones who can truly appreciate a colorful woven bag, ethnic slippers, vintage sunglasses, and of course, a fabulous kissing bench!
(Madewell Blanket Jewelry Roll $38, Antler Candle Holder $78, LeiVanKash Unicorn Ring $390, Wool Messenger Bag $35, Katrina LaPenne Snake Bangle $187, Bauble Bar Evil Eye Necklace $46, Hilltribe Pom Pom Bag $64, LeiVanKash Feather Bracelet $219, John Reeves Kissing Bench $395, Vintage Gucci Sunglasses$285, Vintage Totems $265, Charlotte Martyr Silver Crystal Bangle $305, Turkish Slippers $45, Katrina LaPenne Double Snake Ring $150, Amethyst Bottle Stopper $55, Antique Wooden Drum $195, Deerskin Mukluks $269)
Inspired by Indian maharajas and Charley Harper‘s illustrations, Jason Wu turned out the most classic and regal collection for pre-fall. The hand knotted sweaters, leather and sequined collars, color block trousers (need), houndstooth paneling, and tailored outerwear are so spot on, I’ll be surprised if these looks don’t get knocked off come 2012. P.S. Doesn’t this get you even more excited for Jason’s collaboration with Target next February?