UPDATE: This was previously run on July 20th but we the launch of our intimates e-back we thought we’d bring it back to show some history behind lingerie.
This week there has been some surprising news in the history of fashion revealed… Lingerie has been found from 600 years ago?! It has shocked many and has totally rewritten the history of lingerie Fashion.
I first heard about artist Teagan White a while back when one of my coworkers had the print below hanging at her desk. I was just recently checking out her page on Society6 and was so inspired by her beautiful work. I love the incorporation of nature in all aspects of her work and the washed out colors she uses. A lot of her work has a great autumnal feel, which is maybe why I am so drawn to it right now! Read more »
Whenever I receive a little cute note from someone, my heart glows; it leaves traces of someone’s thoughts that then get soaked into your soul. I treasure all the little notes people give me, whether it’s something simple like “I came by your desk but you weren’t there”, or something more intense that came from your lover. Read more »
On Monday we’ll be launching our new wash shop, full of everyday items like jeans and tees made special by the washes and color treatments used by our designers. Each piece looks like it has been worked in, played in and left out in the sun all summer long, giving everything a cool worn out look that takes basic to a new level. Take a closer look at the beautiful colors and fabrics of our wash shop and see why these garments are so special! Read more »
Brigitte Bardot is a true style icon, a beauty from the past that we still look to for inspiration. Her classic French look mixed with blonde bombshell cuteness is enough to melt anyone’s heart. Read more »
There’s something eerie about Wendy Bevan’s work – like ghosts caught in a movie set or in a painting. She creates worlds that I wouldn’t dream of entering, yet I want to; there’s something that entices me. Read more »
This DIY is something I’ve actually been wanting to do for a while. Inspired by our fall store displays, I found a renewed desire to make a patchwork denim throw rug. This is a great way to use old clothing and fabric scraps and turn them into something to add to your home décor! Read more »