A Treasure Trove In Topanga Canyon

Toms founder Blake Mycoskie’s Topanga Canyon home is a trove of all the worldly treasures he and his wife have collected over the years. A Balinese desk is the centerpiece of Blake’s office, a Cameroonian drop cloth tops the couple’s four poster bed and reclaimed wood from Coney Island’s boardwalk cover the floors of the the home’s entryway. Unique touches like a Noah’s Ark inspired bookshelf in their son’s nursery and a Native American–themed ceiling, painted by Mark James Yamamoto, in the den make this rustic residence truly exceptional.





Best Of LFW Spring 2016

Our favorite collections from London could only be highlighted by three words: volume, cropped, femininity. Ok, four. Pink.

Emilia Wickstead: Emilia Wickstead’s muse this season may have been the 1950s female but her collection wasn’t without undone elegance and a sporty edge – a riff that modern women can certainly appreciate. I loved how ties hung loosely off tea dresses and how sleeves were exaggerated with volume. And a dreamy color palette of bubble gum pink, mustard, cream and floral kitsch made it all that much more covetable.


Temperley London: If there’s one thing that can mentally yank us out of these first few blissful days of fall, it would be a single, beautiful embroidered dress. Alice Temperley gave us, like, 27. She has us wishing for hot, summer temperatures again with her collection of colorful, embroidered dresses – some embellished with fine needlepoint and some with sequins and tassels. Holiday to Cuba, anyone?

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