I believe in big, handmade blankets, artisan shawls, or oversized sweaters, over the housecoat. Be it when I first wake, or am decompressing at the end of the day, my go-to is very much like this String Theory shawl. Pure bliss.
This piece is by Brendon Burton. I see it as a play on how you want to see your day…either half empty, or half full.
This all happened in the winter of 2011. Photographer and furniture designer Ana Kraš flew from her home in Belgrade, Serbia into to Los Angeles, where she’d been sent on assignment to photograph artist-musician Devendra Banhart. In the first five minutes, Devendra asked her to marry him. Despite Ana’s initial impulse to flee, she stayed—and the two have been together ever since.
This terrarium (which is a personal love of mine) instantly takes you to that quiet space, that many will overlook but a few of us will find refuge in. Thank you, Jennifer Williams.
If I had to chose a uniform, this would be it. From the artistic nails, oversized soft leather clutch, moss overcoat and converse – this is the ultimate street chic look.
Last summer, my husband and I got to do experience this. Whenever I am feeling stressed, anxious or want to instantly feel calm, I think of diving with the whale shark pod we were lucky to meet during our time in Mexico.
Artist Ali Cavanaugh paintings quietly exposes simple moments of being. Honest and revealing, Cavanaugh’s work is simply sublime. Found via @artistaday
The creative duo of Pip & Pop (aka. Tanya Schultz and Nicole Andrejevic) are the geniuses behind this surreal, over the top, sensorial installation. If only when I woke, I walked through a colour forrest just like this….Oh, to dream.