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Sharland England

Founded by fashion journalist Louise Roe, Sharland England is a celebration of all things nostalgic. This splatter-print vase is handmade in Italy, an example of the brand's mission to create meaningful design items that last.

Olivela

Olivela is one of my favorite sites to shop. It has no shortage of brands to love, but more importantly, 20% of the proceeds from every purchase at Olivela supports a cause. No exceptions.

Loji Höskuldsson

Artist Loji Höskuldsson uses embroidery throughout his visual art. With cheeky subject-choices and intricate details, his work captures a particularly Icelandic sentiment: the yearning for summer days.

MAXED OUT

Graphic prints are being taken up a notch in pattern-forward, maximalist pieces.

 

We can look forward to plenty bold moves in decor, statement-making patterns, and vibrant colors.

Sharland England

Founded by fashion journalist Louise Roe, Sharland England is a celebration of all things nostalgic. This splatter-print vase is handmade in Italy, an example of the brand's mission to create meaningful design items that last.

Olivela

Olivela is one of my favorite sites to shop. It has no shortage of brands to love, but more importantly, 20% of the proceeds from every purchase at Olivela supports a cause. No exceptions.

Loji Höskuldsson

Artist Loji Höskuldsson uses embroidery throughout his visual art. With cheeky subject-choices and intricate details, his work captures a particularly Icelandic sentiment: the yearning for summer days.

Cecilie Telle

Every item carried at Cecilie Telle is hand made in London by Cecilie, herself, using the best quality wool. Her work is inspired by clothes and interiors from her childhood. 

4KINSHIP

4KINSHIP is a Diné (Navajo) owned sustainable artwear brand. These stunning handwoven textiles in technicolor stripes were woven exclusively for 4KINSHIP by Cocijo Artesania Textile in Mitla, Oaxaca on a traditional peddle loom.

Victoria Gilles Fernández

Made by Buenos Aires-born ceramicist Victoria Gilles Fernández, this platter is a part of her series inspired by her Latin American heritage, art history, and the need to reconnect with nature and rituals.

CREATIVE BLOCKS

Dopamine dressing is at large this year with bright monochrome outfits and color blocking.

 

Embrace the trend by playing with multiple hues of a color within one look or by leaning into an offbeat color palette.

Victoria Gilles Fernández

Made by Buenos Aires-born ceramicist Victoria Gilles Fernández, this platter is a part of her series inspired by her Latin American heritage, art history, and the need to reconnect with nature and rituals.

4KINSHIP

4KINSHIP is a Diné (Navajo) owned sustainable artwear brand. These stunning handwoven textiles in technicolor stripes were woven exclusively by Cocijo Artesania Textile in Mitla, Oaxaca on a traditional peddle loom.

Cecilie Telle

Every item carried at Cecilie Telle is hand made in London by Cecilie, herself, using the best quality wool. Her work is inspired by clothes and interiors from her childhood. 

Noir Kei Ninomiya

Noir Kei Ninomiya is a Japanese brand by Kei Ninomiya under the Comme des Garçons umbrella. His work has been called “wearable geometry" as he finds inspiration in the craftsmanship of garments, experimenting with unconventional pattern-cutting and assembly techniques. 

Tracy Reese

Anyone well versed in awe-worthy dresses is familiar with the work of Tracy Reese. Her line, Hope For Flowers, goes beyond great design. It also practices ethical and ecologically sound sourcing and operating structures.

Toteme

One of my favorite lines lately, Totême is a must-know independent designer. The line is based in Stockholm and founded by one of the internet's first it-girls, Elin Kling, and her husband, Karl Lindman.

MOTO-GLAM

Tough, cool, relaxed, and shiny... Is this early movement toward the return of Indie Sleaze?

 

This trend is in fact so tough and so cool, that adding glamorous touches like rhinestones lace, or sequins couldn't possibly make it any less so.Taylor Momsen is that you?

Totême

One of my favorite lines lately, Totême is a must-know independent designer. The line is based in Stockholm and founded by one of the internet's first it-girls, Elin Kling, and her husband, Karl Lindman.

Tracy Reese

Anyone well versed in awe-worthy dresses is familiar with the work of Tracy Reese. Her line, Hope For Flowers, goes beyond great design. It also practices ethical and ecologically sound sourcing and operating structures.

Noir Kei Ninomiya

Noir Kei Ninomiya is a Japanese brand by Kei Ninomiya under the Comme des Garçons umbrella. His work has been called “wearable geometry" as he finds inspiration in the craftsmanship of garments, experimenting with unconventional pattern-cutting and assembly techniques. 

Nakard

Nak Armstrong is an Austin-based jewelry designer, and a gem of a man. His stunning line, Nakard, uses sterling silver backing to feel at-home with everyday pieces. 

Bernadette

My go-to label for when I need an “ooo la la” outfit, Bernadette promises pieces brimming with joy. The brand is made by creative mom-and-daughter du