Current/Elliott does it again! Remembering the past s/s 12 editorial, this one is clicks with the Northwest/Seattle root. This season's collection mixes in a family of muted colors, printed corduroy, plaids and Houndstooth prints to give an outdoor masculine/feminine look, a natural one that comes with ease.
I don't know much about the Belgium singer An Pierlé or her sophmore album Helium Sunset, but I am loving these beautiful and whimsical imagery that Athos Burez captured of her.
Mixing up my tights and socks is one of the many things I enjoy about fall and winter. Hansel from Basel always carries such excellent choices. I really enjoyed scrolling through the lookbook this season. I even saw a pair of "My Lost Glasses" tights in their sale section!
images from Hansel from Basel
A Peace Treaty is a collection that creates ethically produced, artisan-level accessories.
The fall/winter 2012 scarves collection is inspired by hand crafting cultures of the Middle East, Asia, Europe and Africa. In addition to supporting the craftspeople in these selected locations, A Peace Treaty also donates to Counterpart International.
People who make beautiful things and do good in the world - you really cannot get better than this.
images from a Peace Treaty
Fall is definitely in full swing here in Seattle. We took the kids to the corn maze yesterday (and it was Naomi's 6th birthday - pictures to come). Our schedule never seems to slow down but we are thankful for all that we have on our plate. We also booked our upcoming trip to Hong Kong to see my family this December! I miss my first home.
As the seasons change, I have to go through the monkeys' wardrobe and weed out the items that no longer fit them. I am sad as to how fast they grow. So i'm trying to distract myself from the wardrobe I need to replace with my own imaginary closet. I'm addicted to these clean and beautiful silhouettes from Maison Kitsuné's Fall/Winter 2012 collection.
The collection’s inspiration is based on British tweed run, a old time cycling club – leisure cycling.
images from Maison Kitsuné