kathryn ireland

I’m having a bit of a Kathryn Ireland obsession at the moment. I’ve seen her work when flipping through magazines, own one of her books, and have even sourced her fabric for my old boss, but since I never watched Million Dollar Decorators I feel like I missed out a little on seeing just how gorgeous her work is. I’m…
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papa cristo’s easy feta dip

Last night some friends and I went to Papa Cristo’s, a popular Greek restaurant in downtown LA for a cooking class. Papa Cristo himself led the group to the industrial kitchen, gave us some snacks and homemade wine, and then and taught us how to make moussaka (which was good and very authentic, though I’m not a huge moussaka fan) and a…
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the june edit

A few things I’ve been loving lately… A little striped dress, perfect for hot summer days. A pretty neutral polish for when you’re tired of wearing bright pinks and corals. More stripes, in the form of a fun clutch (think it’d be too much to wear it with the dress?) and the prettiest pale blue bikini. I just ordered this…
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Athens

I really loved Athens, though a lot of people warned me that I wouldn’t and said to not even bother stopping in the city en route to the islands. Granted, we were only in the city for about 15 hours altogether and it wasn’t high tourist season so maybe that had something to do with it. My girlfriends and I…
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tea and a cozy sweater

theory cardigan / rag and bone jeans / the row t shirt / christian louboutin heels (old) I’ve been wearing this Theory sweater pretty much nonstop since the second I tried it on in the store. It’s the perfect thing for late Spring weather – it’s lightweight yet cozy for days when it’s warm one minute and chilly the next, and…
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fermoie

The other day I was at the Claremont showroom picking up a few samples for a client, when I discovered and immediately fell in love with British textiles company Fermoie. I don’t know how I had never heard of the company before, but now that I have I’m completely obsessed. The fabrics are designed and printed in England using a traditional printing…
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