After studying at the London College of Fashion, Hungarian designer Sandra Sandor (also known as Nanushka) returned to her home of Budapest to start her beloved label. Her Hungarian roots inspired the collection’s effortless style, boho vibe and earthy palette. I can honestly say that I want to own each and every ensemble, head to toe. You can purchase all the amazing pieces from her collection at Shopbop and Nanushka‘s online store . . . danger!
French artist Thomas Lamadieu creates his “sky art” by combining photography and line drawings. Inspired by the way the sky peaks through skyscrapers, Lamadieu illustrates quirky cartoons within these spaces. What a great reminder to look up once in awhile and realize that art is everywhere!
A year later and I’m still loving this trend. What about you? Are you on board with mirrored sunnies?
As much as I honestly love jewelry of all types, the one thing you’ll most likely never find me wearing is a single strand of pearls. There is something about this classic piece that is just a bit too buttoned down for me. However add a bit of metal in the form of gold safety pins, à la Tom Binns, and I’m all over it! This necklace is so easy to make and is the perfect way to temporarily (or permanently) funk up those pearls that are starting to collect dust in your jewelry box.
Warning: before you fall in love with Argentinian label Rapsodia, keep in mind that their über-romantic and bohemian threads are sadly not yet available here in the US. But it doesn’t mean we can’t continue to swoon over their spring collection – where jackets and dresses, inspired by embroidery and floral motifs from Thailand, Vietnam and Mynamar, are paired so perfectly with various washes and styles of denim. Bohemian rhapsody, indeed.