My husband is an organizational freak so you can only imagine how the inside of our, I mean his, tool shed might look like. Let’s just say he’s a huge fan of pegboards and walls of his man cave look more immaculate than any aisle of a hardware store. I’ve always viewed pegboards as a purely functional tool but the way people have gotten creative with incorporating them as decor inside the home is totally inspiring. Whether it be in the kitchen (à la Julia Child) or even used as a headboard, pegboards can be stylish and playful alternatives to open shelving!
There’s nothing more satisfying than when a soft knit sweater feels just as sumptuous and comforting as snuggling up to your favorite blanket. This is why I’m lusting after Stéphanie Caulier‘s collection of oversized and ultra-soft hand knitted jumpers, cardigans and scarves. All that beautifully hued chunkiness can make even the most cold blooded crave the chill!
The Okavango Delta and the areas surrounding Sandibe Safari Lodge is renowned for its abundant wildlife where lions, cheetahs, leopards, red lechwe antelope and elephants are regular, roaming visitors. Just when you think that’s reason enough to visit &Beyond‘s Botswana based lodge, prepare yourself to absolutely fall in love with the incredibly stunning, recently revamped architecture. What looks like a cross between a bird’s nest and an armadillo’s body, Sandibe blends seamlessly into its habitat and we can only imagine how magical it is spend a few days there, basking in nature and the African sun.
You can always rely on Milan to bring on outrageous flair, theatrical romance and unabashed conviction. This season was no different as we walked away with excitement over the continued celebration of individualism and styling tips that can actually be put to practical use.
Fendi: A fur collared drop waisted coat worn over turquoise thigh high boots, a blue and white striped tee tucked into a kilt and a coral yoked blouse tucked into a navy ballon skirt – there wasn’t one ensemble where Karl Lagerfeld didn’t play with unexpected color combinations and adorn with ruffled hems, wavy trims or pleated details. It was all so enjoyably playful, spirited and sure to cause a ripple effect come fall.
Ports 1961: Despite reflecting back on her time at Central Saint Martins in the 90s and drawing from the influence Helmut Lang had on her career, there was something uniquely modern about Natasa Cagalj’s fall collection. My favorite pieces were the floor sweeping trousers, which were oversized but beautifully tailored and the luxurious coats, which were reworked brilliantly with slits, overlapping lapels and trailing ties. The collection was full of wardrobe staples that will not only stand the test of time, but will be worn with swagger.