About A Girl: Ruthie Lindsey

Certain people come into our lives, and even in the fleeting moments that we spend with them, they affect us so profoundly that they leave a lasting mark on our hearts. Ruthie Lindsey is one of those people. Read More

Love What You Do: Harold & Mod

Meet Milo Beloved, owner of the sweet Birmingham vintage store Harold & Mod. While we were in town for our River Rose and FP Me shoots, we couldn’t resist the opportunity to sit down with Milo and hear about the inspiration behind his business and how he turned his fantasy into reality. There is such beauty in taking an old, loved item and making it new and useful again – the piece may change, appearance-wise, but the sentiment and story will always be buried deep within the fabric. Read More

Sheer Romance: 5 Vintage Favorites

Sheer Romance is the name of our newest Vintage Loves collection, and it’s all about straps, lace, and sheer fabrics coming together to create a beautifully romantic look. Our vintage buyer, Ali, is incredibly well-versed when it comes to the world of all things vintage, and I always love to hear her take on the collections she so skillfully curates. I asked Ali to share with us a little bit about Sheer Romance, and to pick her 5 favorite pieces from the collection! Here’s what she had to say: Read More

Vintage Loves Is Back: Sheer Romance

For our latest collection of Vintage Loves, Sheer Romance, our vintage buyer Ali traveled across the country, seeking rare, ultra-femme silhouettes in whimsical whites and soft blush tones. Carrying with them the stories of decades past, these pieces prove that no love is ever lost. While shooting one of our styling stories (Locals Only) last month on the west coast, we shot some of the collection on the stunning Mau sisters. With their timeless beauty and natural grace, these two beauties brought the romantic pieces to life on the beaches of Malibu. Read More

Rose Bowl Flea Market: Street Style

Fancy some of the very best people watching LA has to offer? Put this in your calendar. The second Sunday of every month, up to 20,000 people roll in to shop and sort the 2,500 booths of vintage, furniture, antiques, textiles (and much more) of the Rose Bowl Flea Market. Designers, celebrities, stylists, interior decorators… LA’s creatives flock to this (said to be the largest) market once a month, each with their own unique eye for what they are looking to bring home. Me? I prefer to sit in an old vintage recliner, coffee in hand, sunglasses snug and tight… and let the beautiful eclectic people watching begin. Ok, and a chunky piece of turquoise.  Come find me next time for a chat will you? Read More

Current Affair: Los Angeles Vintage Haven

Lover of all things vintage? Avid clothes digger perhaps? Do heaps of unsorted printed pieces make you smile from within? A shopper that appreciates the one of a kind, the unusual, the ode to every decade past? Well then, let me introduce Current Affair, an event you should be attending if you don’t already. Read More

Faces of San Francisco: Street Style

San Francisco is a city seeped in history. The Beat generation, the Summer of Love, a city that drew the counterculture to live and create freely and openly. People that don’t live in San Francisco think of these images; hippies, the Haight, the free spirited individual… but what you really see when you walk the city (only 7 miles x 7 miles) is the beautiful diversity of people and their own stories. There is no “book” or “rule of thumb” when it comes to pinpointing a style of San Francisco. The faces here are a beautiful array of beauty and love, of happy people that feel blessed to live in one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Read More