Taste The Rainbow

Artist Benedetto Demaio finds comfort and shelter amongst color so it’s no wonder his Instagram...

Uterqüe

Shoulder baring blouses, leather netted bucket bags and pony hair espadrilles ....

Meyer Lavigne

Danish designers Kristine Meyer and Sabine Lavigne’s collection of ceramic vessels, each painted with quirky faces, makes me absolutely giddy with joy. I’m just crazy about the little planters and sweet piggy banks!

Stowaway Giveaway

My makeup routine is minimal at best. Things like eyeshadow and highlighters have just never been my thing but it’s mostly because being short on time has been my speed. I know I can’t be…

Paper Bridge

Environmental artist Steve Messam has built a weight-bearing bridge out of sheets of poppy-red...

Nanushka Fall 2015

It was Scandinavian mythology that was the inspiration for designer Sandra Sandor’s fall collection for Nanushka. All the wonderful textures and patterns, like fur, fringe and plaid, are a nod to Nordic folk culture. The more…

Hosting A Midweek Game Night

The days are getting longer and the weather is warming up nicely. This time of year is just begging for more outdoor entertaining, something that I absolutely live for. I know the thought of hosting a…

A Date With Edie Parker’s Brett Heyman

The vibrant colors and intricate inlays of an Edie Parker clutch make it hard not to do a double take. A fervent collector of vintage handbags from the 50s and 60s, designer Brett Heyman has turned the evening bag game on…

Espadrille Season

There isn’t a summer shoe we love wearing more than espadrilles. Did you know that these lightweight, jute-soled shoes originally come from Spain, where they were first worn by the King of Aragons’ infratry men in the…

A Bunch Of Shards

It’s the vibrant cobalt color found in traditional Japanese pottery that inspires Israeli artist Zemer Peled to create her flower sculptures from blue hued ceramic shards. She builds sheets of clay, fires them, smashes them to thousands…