La Double J

Say hello to my latest crush, La Double J. The Italian label is the brainchild of American journalist and vintage enthusiast J.J. Martin. Relocating to Milan from New York uncovered an expansive world of true vintage, unseen…

Stine Goya

There’s a new designer on my radar and her name is Stine Goya. The Danish designer studied prints at Central Saint Martins and her expertise is evident in her feminine, artfully printed collections. Her most recent collection, which launches this…

Just Keep Swimming

The simple delight of swimming, captured by illustrator Joanne Ho, brought me slightest...

Hayley Mitchell

The exuberance and confidence radiating from Hayley Mitchell‘s cubist-inspired faces is contagious. It’s impossible not to be in good spirits after taking in her painted series of rosy cheeked, vivaciously adorned ladies! The Austin based artist’s pieces…

Be Paper

As fans of large scale art and photography, we’re so excited about newly launched Be Paper, where the co-creators of design blog Somewhere I Would Like To Live have reinvented the poster. Each photograph, taken by a select group…

Natalie Martin

Designer Natalie Martin‘s search for unique fabrics brought her to Bali, where she was exposed to hand batik printed silk. Her collection of printed and embroidered caftans and dresses was born from the time honored Indonesian process of…

Day 9: St. Frank

There’s nothing that makes my home feel more intimate than when it’s filled with global treasures I’ve collected from my travels. Sadly, there aren’t enough vacation days in the year to explore all of the…

Samuji Spring 2015

Banjo playing mermaid prints, silk bandeau wrapped tops and cone shaped straw hats . . . there isn’t anything from Samu-Jussi Koski‘s spring collection that we don’t want to pack with us for an early summer getaway.…

We Are Handsome Vice

Pineapples, flamingos, and jaguars . . . oh my! We Are Handsome is bringing the 80s to the beach with their latest collection, so aptly named Vice. With the Australian swimwear line’s unfettered use of bold colors and…