Influenced by Japanese manga comics and Art Nouveau, Los Angeles based artist Audrey Kawasaki is known for her precise technical style. Her mysterious ladies, each painted onto wood panels with oil paint and graphite, captivate with their seductive eyes, flowing hair, and ghost like features.
Star light, star bright . . . I wish I may, I wish I might. The moment I spotted Giuseppe Zanotti‘s suede caged sandals with gold stars, I had to have them. Then I saw the price tag and well, perhaps DIYing them was a more reasonable option. The biggest hurdle was tracking down large enough stars – which actually proved pretty difficult to find. So now that I’ve done all the hard work for you, I hope you give this one a try!
What was once a hospital in the 1920s now is the home of writer Brad Goldfarb and Ralph Lauren’s chief retail creative officer Alfredo Paredes. This 2,500 square foot East Village duplex was transformed with the addition of large-scale french doors, a timber ceilings, industrial lighting, vintage furniture and of course, Ralph Lauren fabrics. Masculine charm at its finest!
We’re absolutely smitten with Lisa Salzer’s new wave of century-spanning pieces for her Lulu Frost 100 Years Collection. Vintage components dating as far back as 1860, from Lisa’s expansive archives, are reworked into one-of-a-kind necklaces and earrings. These remarkably timeless jewels are currently available for pre-order at Moda Operandi – but you better act fast, they’re selling out quick!