Muted Tapestry

Choosing fabrics for a collection is always the most difficult part of the process for me.  I have to gather hundreds, even thousands of images, swatches, and art references before I can wrap my head around what I want to present.  This time around, it seems like the combinations I’m overall most drawn to are […]

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Old School Flat Iron

Straightening irons haven’t always been as accessible as they are today.  You can head into almost any shop that has hair products and find a cheap flat iron, but that wasn’t always the case.  Apparently the first hair straightening iron was invented in 1912, but they’ve only recently become popular.  In decades past, a group […]

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Mosaert

As if the name Mozart wasn’t already viewed in such a positive light, here’s another reason to brighten your eyes at the name. It also belongs to Mosaert, a Belgian creative label that has put out two similar and beautifully photographed capsule collections. With a hint of Grand Budapest Hotel styling, both collections also make me reminiscent […]

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Ulyana

If you were to ask me if there’s one thing I can count on as the most basic rule of life, I would know in a heartbeat what to tell you.  It wouldn’t be that tacos are delicious, or that Louis C.K. is a god among men, or even the existence of a God, period. […]

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Fields

If you look hard enough, you can find inspiration everywhere.  This photo set by Jakob Wagner is a perfect example.  I recently found it while looking around on Behance and was immediately drawn to the patterns in the photos.  The set was taken from a gas-ballon flight from Gladbeck to Münster, Germany in June of 2014. I don’t […]

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