Diletta Cancellato

Italian designer Diletta Cancellato is doing all kinds of crazy good things with knitwear. Growing up alongside her tailor grandfather, Diletta learned every detail of quality clothing construction first hand. She continued her education in Milan but it wasn’t…

Lego Patchwork

It’s good to see that Jan Vormann is still, after all these years, working his magic with Legos. The German artist uses everyone’s favorite childhood toy blocks to repair damaged walls, chipped columns and crumbled corners all…

A Workers Cottage In Queensland

Workers cottages, which were popular in Queensland, Australia during the turn of the 20th century, are known for their obvious charm and solid foundations. When photographer Kara Rosenlund settled on one that was built in 1890, she…

Claudia Li Fall 2016

She’s become a master at sculptural draping and yet, she’s only two seasons into her eponymous label. Designer Claudia Li, a former womenswear designer at J.W. Anderson, pursued the theme of self preservation for her latest collection.…

Trompe L’Oreille

Earrings that thread, pierce, and twist through piercings that don’t exist. <Rubs eyes.> Huh?! You mean I don’t have to get even more piercings to make it look like I’m wearing an ear full? YES. Jewelers like Maria Black…

In My Chambray Dreams

It was this set of blueish grey linen pillows that ignited my chambray bedding obsession. I’m smitten with the layering of blue hues on the bed, especially with a pop of warm pastel pink to offset the…

Gaias Ark

This summer’s it bag can be traced back to a Japanese bamboo picnic bag from the 70s. LA label Cult Gaia has reproduced the classic half moon shaped tote into two sizes, both under $100. We love the bag…

Lion Sands Treehouses

Imagine spending the evening, laying beneath the stars, in your own private treehouse and waking up only to be surrounded by all the wildlife that roams the African bush. Do you have the chills yet?!…