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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Pink Dino and his friends

Aren't you jealous of my Pink Dino water bottle?  

Feelin blue on a rainy day

A blue tablescape on another day of early Spring rain.

Slightly unrelated but couldn't leave out the fav vintage jar sitting not far away on my dresser. 

Friday, February 24, 2012

Architectural Details from the High Line Park in NY

Wish I had time to snap more photo's of the coolest thing in Chelsea, the High Line Park!  They call it an "aerial greenway" and it occupies an old repurposed section of the New York Central Railroad.  Wish I could live in one of the awesome apartments that line it.

only the most design savy NY birds drink from this feeder ;)

on a totally unrelated note, my fav espadrilles by Penelope Chivers spotted at the D&A show

Wednesday, February 15, 2012


Life don't get better than a gauzy scarf and some breeze.

See my pinterest for links.  The second shot is by Jose Villa who's photo's I could stare at for hours.

Scuba Style & Stubbed Toes

You may have already caught on to scuba style as a weirdly dominant trend for spring and if you haven't gotten wind of that yet at least you've noticed all the neon.  This post is kinda about those two things but more importantly about Michael Kors subtle foray into the avant garde of foot fashion.  Look down, all the way down.

Stubbed toes are it for Spring.

Do you find this as funny as I do?

Anyway, I do sorta love that black dress and it's perfect cut-out one piece swimsuit reference.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Pink in Motion

Although they are totally different at first glance these images seem to be communicating the same thing. Full of movement and freedom, they capture a fleeting moment in time and there's something dramatic and mysterious about them don't you think?  

I don't know the original source for the woman running but the second image is a piece by Filippo Minelli.

Happy Valentines Day!


Friday, February 10, 2012


Have you heard of Dezso by Sara Beltran?  I first discovered her in a Bonita Summerland ad and then via the infamous friendship bracelet pic that's been floating around Pinterest nonstop.  I'd like to say she stole my idea of attaching shells to friendship bracelets but I'm sure neither of us is the first to think of it and she does kinda take the cake for dipping the shells in rose gold.

As per usual I spent a little time stalking and will now share the results with you.

Sara in a sea of her friendship bracelets via the nytimes:

A sample of her jewels:

She designs cute little clutches with her friend Jennifer Binney too:

Sara in her minimalist, beachy-chic NY apartment via refinery29:

I love those blinds and I'm fully going to hang some kinda kelp-like object above my bed like she did.

You know I love a ladder used as home decor, someday Ryan will get it too.

And yes, this is what she did for her NY fashion week presentation the other day.  Taking the scuba fashion fascination to a whole new level and I can't help but love it.

I had to hand knot my Tavarua '08 bracelet shown below, somehow I think she has people to do hers.  Not that sitting on a beach weaving thread is a bad way to spend your time...