I hope yal are enjoying all the magical bed moments flowing from furbish this week. we had a bunch of fun styling all the looks with the new pieces from the India collection. I was so inspired by one of the mixes we concocted that I decided to change my bed us - heretofore I'm selling the pretty red suzani that lived on my bed for a bit. the quiet hero of lots of our bed moments are the gramercy euroshams (especially enjoy this inky indigo color). they're such a style statement - a big old work horse of a pillow that mades the bed feel finished. Not to mention they're chicly crispy and utterly classic.
Luke Edward Hall constantly inspires me with his penchant for way-quirky colors, his daring design mix and his eye for lovely, charming, interesting objects. he's a London-based designer and artist, and his website is so good-looking, his IG is always right on, and I love keeping up with his product collabs, from the Rug Company, to Anthro, and his great line with the Lacquer Company.
shop faves from Luke
my friend Amira creates gorgeous pillows inspired by vintage textiles she finds on her travels. dream job, right? I particularly love her Antigua lumbar pillow, which I'm using in so many projects lately. it's got just the right personality to perk up a bed, and I love how it comes in so many colors. furbish carries the black and white lumbar (you can never go wrong with this one!) but you can find a ton more over at anthro
all the colors of antigua
every friday, on furbish's ig story, we include my weekly vibez. things I'm eyeing, buying, and find otherwise inspiring. these aren't things you'll find on the blog, or anywhere else -- just for IG, and you can find all the archived versions in our story highlight called 'vibez'.
I'm definitely digging this denim cut right now. it's current without being to echo-parky to me, know what I mean? i think it would fabulous to be echo-parky and design a slip on shoe and have sun-kissed west coast hair, and be on the cutting edge of plant-based proteins, but I'm not, and sometimes I feel out of sorts when I wear wide-leg high-waisted denim. I do not, however, feel that way when I wear these madewell jeans. I'd post a pic in mine but this post is feeling overly indulgent already and I've never been a fan of hitting a horse when it's down.
shop wide-leg jeans
Charlottesville, VA prop stylist and photographer Robin Verrier has a really good-looking instagram featuring her work. she's brand new to me, so I'm just digging in, but her bio reads: "Guided by my clients’ vision, I design beautifully styled photography for web, catalogs, lookbooks, editorial and social media." go check her out - I think you'll enjoy the immense eye-candy.
I spotted this skirt floating down the sidewalk in nyc. tad ran to catch up with the girl wearing it (what a team) and found out it was Kitty Joseph. I considered it a sign - that was the second time we'd stopped a woman in the street wearing something that absolutely struck me, and they'd told me it was from Kitty Joseph. I ordered the skirt, anda jumpsuit and lemme tell ya, I feel a happiness that is seldom but sturdy when I wear them. the skirt can be turned every whichaway so you can pick your color palette depending on your mewd.