This gorgeous home, nestled in a small coastal village in the Tramuntana region of Majorca, belongs to Alexandre de Betak, a renowned events producer, art director and designer whose work includes fashion shows and extravaganzas for clients such as Dior, Rodarte and Tiffany. With its stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea, curvaceous white plaster walls, functional rock features and unpretentious design elements, this is a home that Barney Rubble and I are incredibly envious of. Yabba dabba DOPE!
Some say that the comeback of the flare & wide leg denim trend marks the death of the skinny jean. Although I’m not ready to retire all of my skinnies just yet, I’m more than happy to lend a couple of pairs for the sake of an HonestlyWTF DIY. With denim scrap I saved when making some denim cut-offs last summer, we’ll show you how to upcycle a pair of skinny jeans into a pair of bell bottoms!You’ll need:
- a pair of skinny jeans
- scrap denim or fabric
- a pair of scissors
- a seam ripper
- a sewing machine
- a ruler
I’m still swooning over Zimmermann‘s latest collection, titled Halcyon Days, from Australian Fashion Week. Every detail, from the watercolor florals and the fresh tones to the geometric panelling and the handworked lace cutouts, is wow-inducing. I want to live in Zimmermann all summer long . . .
(images from here)
This past weekend I met the talented Adina Mills at the Unique LA independent design gift show. Traveling in her vintage RV, she travels to places like Arkansas to dig for quartz crystal for her jewelry collection. Her jewelry is absolutely mesmerizing and I happily went home with a new chalcedony ring!
(images by Honestly…WTF)