Horoscopes by Tracy Allen
The first post in our recipe series for the month of February featuring ‘happy foods’ from Kelsi Windmiller! Read more »
I’m currently going through a decor phase where I want to collect all kinds of ceramics. I keep searching and searching for unique vases, bowls, cups, plates, you name it. I love the idea of filling a whole shelf with ceramic vases for plants, like my inspiration tear above, or having that unique coffee cup just nestling in the kitchen.
This week’s edition of Love Letters focuses on two important parts of dating, and both relate to the beginning of things. If you have questions about dating, or how to start dating, or what to do when dating isn’t going quite the way you hoped it would, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I’ll try to answer as many of your questions as possible. xo Read more »
One of my most recent discoveries on Society 6 is artist Sarah Eisenlohr, who makes vintage-inspired collages using magazines. I love how she plays with proportions to create a feeling of imbalance. Read more »
If you’ve watched our short film Roshambo, you may have asked yourself, who is that girl?? The stunning Spanish model has been popping up on our website quite a bit in the past few months and now she is the star of our February catalog and first short film. I caught up with Sheila to ask her about her personal style, beauty and of course, her most embarrassing date moment! Read more »
With Valentine’s Day approaching I knew it was time to take another trip over to PAWS, the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society, to feature some of their adorable animals who would love to be your valentine! Read more »
This week’s shop-able street style is from LA, a grungy-cool look that’s sophisticated and edgy. We love how our photo subject wore the FP New Romantics Material Girl Dress and teamed it with a leather jacket and studded heeled boots. This look shows that evening dresses can actually be toned down and worn in the day.
I have always been intrigued by spells. Growing up I used to collect little spell books that were full of innocent fun. It used to make my imagination run wild, and it was always great entertainment wishing and hoping they might work. I was always fascinated with love spells just because they were so sweet and endearing. Read more »
Office style this week was all about patterns, the unusual prints that make you look twice. From Aztec prints on shirts, to inspired embroidery on tunics and cardigans, to Mediterranean tiled motifs on maxi skirts. As you can tell from these outfits we are pretty much done with winter and are focusing forward toward spring. Read more »