Monthly Archives: October 2010
New Art Crush! Lauren DiCioccio is an embroidering genius. Adore her takes on media and tradition. Freaking love.
A concept that I wish to see made real. Wood trim!
Flowy and lovely and light and airy. Perfection.
I have a devoted relationship to LuluLemon workout clothing that spans the better part of a decade. The line has a single “Lab” location in Vancouver, where designers come up with pieces sold only in-store, that store, and in-person. I’ve loved many a unique piece, but none so much as the Riding Jacket. Clean, crisp lines of a riding jacket, comfort and stretch of a cotton/Lycra blend. OH. MY. GOD. I WANT.
- LuluLemon Lab to take online/phone orders
- LuluLemon to put this into wide production
Oh. Want. Now.
Available: Buckle Ankle Boots by Burberry via Saks
Satchels make me long for the days when I was young, and obsessed with Anne of Green Gables and loved the idea of using a satchel to carry my books to school.
I have been art-crushing hard on Luke Chueh for years. Everything he does feels a little like me. This take on Goya’s “Saturn Devours His Son” (check the Wikipedia entry for the original) is just my latest covet from his works.
I am smitten.
Grey wool dress. Love. AMAZING NECKLINE, FOR REAL.
Okay, so it’s available in black too. Check out the neckline. It’s killing me.
Available: Woodford Dress by Obakki
Big fan of the Foley + Corinna bags. Big fan of this Ready to Wear dress. By freaking Foley + Corrina. Who knew?