Club Monaco‘s newest collection is inspired by the 50s beatnik movement and the iconic leading ladies of the 60s and 70s, such Jane Asher, Edie Sedgwick and Jean Shrimpton. We’re loving the modern retro-bohemian vibe and longing for the airy blouses, midi skirts, long cardigans, beaded scarves, and felt hats. We’re officially ready for early fall . . .
How gorgeous is this home, which has been converted from an old barn? The light accents and modern furniture mixed with the rustic wood beams and stonework is absolute perfection!
Several years ago, I bought my very first set of 8 signature silver Iosselliani rings. Too much for one finger, I kept 5 and gave 3 to Lauren. Friendship rings! Since then, we both wear them consistently and continue to be obsessed with just about anything the designing duo behind Iosselliani create. It doesn’t get much better than unique and wearable jewels that will outlast the test of time.
Artist Wayne White, who once worked as a set designer on Pee-wee’s Playhouse and as an art director of a Smashing Pumpkins music video, paints cheeky phrases on top of kitschy traditional landscape portraits. I’m especially drawn to his work because of its humor and quirkiness – but mostly because I personally love to collect these same type of paintings and frames from thrift stores. So brilliant!
We first fell in love with Jennifer Behr‘s dinosaur headbands after seeing them on the runway at Fendi. Then, we crushed hard on this Maison Michel metal spiked hair comb spotted on Elena Perminova in Paris. Perhaps we can blame our attraction on our stegosaurus obsession (yes, this is true). Or it could simply be because these spiked hair accessories are so badass and bananas (also true). Either way, a DIY was definitely in order.