Lauren and I instantly fell in love with artist Rolando Robinson‘s origami art, particularly his Follicle Girls series. His initial concept was inspired by artist Shen Plum and one of her bright eyed, long haired characters, as well as the artwork of Fifi Lapin. And what started out as drawings of heads joined together by massive amounts of hair eventually became 3 dimensional body forms donning delectable origami clothing. The end result is an imaginative, intricate and stunning work of art, created in the pages of his Moleskin journal. We can’t wait to see more from Rolando and what the Follicle Girls will be wearing next.
This vintage photo inspired our search for knit headbands and we found a steal that was impossible to pass up. Jennifer Behr‘s knit turban headband is fabulous but at $162, but you can get Asos‘ version for less than $14 and still save after buying them in all three colors.
I will never ever tire of this Vogue UK editorial from March 2008, shot by Mario Testino. When something is this good, it lasts forever.
(images from here)
What is a trip to Chicago without going to a Cubs game at Wrigley Field? Yesterday, I spent one of the last days of summer at a game with my entire family. Allen Edmond’s Major League Sandlot boat shoe is perfect for that die hard Cubs fan…which isn’t hard to find in The Windy City.
(images by Honestly…WTF, Cubs Sandlot, $125)
The limited edition book Emilio Pucci is full of beautiful photographs of the legendary designer’s joyful prints. Evocative of the same effortless glamour, the new fragrance Miss Pucci is a musky floral scent. It’s just how I imagine a free-spirited Pucci girl would smell on a jaunt to a sun drenched Mediterranean isle.
Miss Pucci $53