Fisherman Sweaters

The Aran sweater, which most of us know as the fisherman sweater, takes its name from the set of islands where it originated in the late 1800s, off the West coast of Ireland. There are…

Lola Hats Studio Visit

While in New York for Fashion Week, I had the pleasure of meeting milliner Lola Ehrlich of Lola Hats at her Brooklyn atelier. Nestled in the heart of Bushwick’s growing street art scene, Lola’s spacious workshop…

ASOS Fall 2012

A handful of chunky knits, some baroque inspired prints, a bit of peplum and floral continuing from spring, plenty of androgynous silhouettes, a lot of leather, and one of the season’s hottest accessories: the baseball…

Ulyana Sergeenko Fall Couture 2012

Each collection by Ulyana Sergeenko gets better and better and as far as I am concerned, she is an absolute genius. By now we know what to expect from this talented designer: retro glam with a hint of bohemia, influenced…

Charlotte Linton

In addition to being a talented illustrator and freelance print consultant, Charlotte Linton is a textile designer known best for her printed wool and silk scarves. Last year she launched an exclusive line of clothing and accessories…

Beni Ourain Rugs

I’m currently on a serious mission to find a large, traditional Beni Ourain rug for our living room. These incredibly plush rugs, made by the Beni Ourain tribe and other neighboring tribes in the mountains of Morocco, typically feature…