Living Art

23 May 2012

French botanist Patrick Blanc creates vertical gardens, turning urban landscapes into spectacular green spaces.  These beautiful living walls have us dreaming of lush landscapes, leaving us excited for the warm summer months ahead. 





Images courtesy of and

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Things Organized Neatly

16 May 2012

Our new favourite blogger is crazy about organization.  Curated by designer Austin Radcliffe, Things Organized Neatly showcases perfectly placed ordered objects.  Turning chaos into calm, Austin’s site is a neat freak’s dream, and we’re as obsessive about checking the site for updates as the images themselves.   





Images courtesy of thingsorganizedneatly

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Paper Fashionistas

10 May 2012

Just when we thought we couldn't love Pinterest anymore, it introduced us to these cheerful creations by Chloé Fleury.  French-born and San Francisco based, Chloé transforms colourful sheets of paper into lively 3D sculptures, otherwise known as paper illustrations.  Her hand-cut illustrations are inspired by colour and happiness, and they’re always well dressed.  To learn more about what inspires Chloé, visit her on Pinterest.



Images courtesy of Chloefleury.

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Seeing Stars

4 May 2012

We spotted this striking image of Anjelica Huston modeling flares and stars (two of our current style obsessions) on Pinterest, and we had to share it with you.  Photographed by Bob Richardson for Vogue Paris circa 1971, we think this image is equal parts cool and chic. 



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The Portobello Collection

24 April 2012

We’re excited to announce the launch of our Portobello Collection: a small range of seriously perfect pieces inspired by the cool girls of Portobello Market. To celebrate we’re giving one lucky fan the chance to win a head-to-toe look from the collection - just click below to enter.



One of London’s most notable street markets, Portobello has been around since the 18th century, but it wasn’t until the mid 1960’s when trendsetters started styling their high street clothing with vintage clothing and accessories that Portobello Rd. became a shopping destination for London’s style set.



This new approach to dressing celebrated mixing old with new and high with low, and the girls that inspired our Portobello Collection did this with ease – cultivating a personal sense of style that was effortlessly chic and forever cool.


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