Altoids Tin Art

Landscape painter of the West, Glenn Dean, has notoriously used Altoids tins to sketch and practice his piece before putting brush to canvas. He, as well as many other artists who also utilize the iconic…

Currently Crushing On: Pearls

2018 has been the year of the pearl renaissance. For me, I don’t feel like they ever even went out of style (case in point here, here and here). I am, however, impressed by what jewelry…

Lola Hats Resort 2019

I know it’s officially October and most us are excitedly transitioning our wardrobes to reflect those cozy fall vibes. But after spotting Lola Hats’ resort collection, I couldn’t resist sharing it with you. I’ve always…

New Label Crush: Hatori

After walking through The Met’s Art & Armor exhibit a few years ago, Satoko Nakagawa immediately felt inspired by samurai armor from the ancient Japanese Edo period. Lamellar armor, a type of armor where plates…

Innika Choo, Papier Peint

Boho darling Innika Choo has won my heart once again with her latest collection Papier Peint.  The Bali-based Australian designer drew inspiration from a selection of vintage wallpaper, so this season, linen dresses, tunics and…

Studio Grand-Père

These days, I’ll take all the positivity that I can get, which explains why I’ve been so drawn to lighthearted illustrations such as those of artist Rafaela Mascaro. Her work, each filled with clashing patterns, vibrant…

Heirloom Hats

Occasionally, I’ll discover an artist or designer that utterly excites me, greatly inspires me and reminds me exactly why I love my job. Most recently, it’s been Montreal based milliner Samantha-Tara Mainville and her young…