A few days ago, Erica and I spent an entire day with my mom, rummaging through her jewelry boxes and discovering an incredible collection of treasures extending at least three generations. The jewelry from all over the world each carried a story, my grandmother’s Victorian pieces were beyond sentimental, my mother’s 80s and 90s costume jewelry was outrageous and totally fun, and two generations of turquoise and silver jewelry was swoon worthy. My bubby’s love of collecting has undoubtedly trickled down to me. It just goes to show that you don’t have to go very far to find the greatest of inspirations.
This gorgeous home of Lyndsay Caleo and Fitzhugh Karol is one of my all time favorites from Todd Selby. It’s eclectic yet still clean and light. Is it weird that I am totally obsessed with the built in knife block in their kitchen island? It’s genius, no?
The name “Molly” dates back to the 80’s, referring to a California girl who was unique amongst all other girls. A Molly looked her best by being true to herself. Helena Christensen has teamed up with Odd Molly once again as the photographer for their Fall 2010 campaign with Daisy Lowe, the ultimate Molly. My favorite piece from the collection is this limited edition hooded scarf made from vintage saris…because we should all “be odd by being yourself.”