Enter: Natalie Suarez. A jack-ess of all trades: model, blogger, photographer, stylist, brand developer, shoe designer… oh, and musician. Read More
Young love. Innocent and pure. A young boy searching for the girl he loves… with flowers in his hands and hope in his heart. Estonian band Ewert and the Two Dragons bring a most beautiful tale of boy and girl; of romance in the woods, of searching for your better half, of never giving up. Most of all… finding humor in yourself through the journey. Read More
It’s that time of year again. When sparkle and shimmer seem to be the natural state. Piled high accessories and black tights grace your everyday fits, and if at any time a shimmery mini is appropriate, it’s right now. December’s dresses dance in harmony — no matter the matter. Read More
There are only two occasions where waking up before dawn is really exciting – if I’m getting on a plane to a far away tropical oasis… or…driving to a flea market to fight with the best of them (the other hunters) for things I probably don’t need. Read More
Last week, I had the true pleasure of spending a morning with the lovely Jessica Mau. Surely you recognize her as one of our favorite models… but I wanted to give you all a deeper glimpse into Jessica’s dreamy life. Read More
I’ll speak for myself here – feel good music comes in heavy rotation during the holiday seasons. Tunes that strum in and out of my ears are those that bring deep seeded feelings of love and nostalgia, of friendship and little moments that make life sing with thankful memories. This duo, Wild Child, has that uncanny ability to make you smile in nearly any occasion of mood. Read More
First day of rain.
Wide eyed and ready for nothing. Read More
This past weekend, San Francisco residents were graced with quite a gift. West Coast Craft premiered its first year at the Fort Mason center both Saturday and Sunday. Over 150 handpicked beautifully curated vendors displayed their highly skilled craft mediums; perfumers, soap makers, textile artists, home goods and furniture designers, artisan candy crafters… well, you get the gist. Every corner of handmade-craftdom was covered. Artists came from Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco and all points in between. Walking the rows of this event, you felt the proud representation of the West Coast and all of its talented artistic pioneers. Read More
Africa, how can I repay what you have given me? Your people who radiate with such astounding beauty and light, no matter what their personal life has served on their plate. Sights of deep perseverance and hope give 24 hour goosbumps. Strangers become family in an instant. Human connection is the deepest, most simple ingredient. Forget language barriers, politics, haves and have nots… connecting with an elder of 110 years old, holding hands and smiling souls: that’s it.
Dearest readers, treasured friends… let me introduce you to Ana. Read More
The Elements — believed to mirror the most essential foundations on which all matter is built; Earth, Fire, Air, Water (not pictured here)… and what I like to think of as the fifth element, Spirit. The fifth element (in both Buddhism and Hinduism) is said to represent that which is beyond the physical or material. The Spirit goes far beyond our grasping or understanding in a scientific matter, extending to a realm that cannot be measured or quantified. Read More
These two. What words can do these two remarkable women justice? Self proclaimed “wierdos” that loved to play in the dirt as children…. now touring the globe in head to toe matching outfits and voices that are finally now where they belong, together. These two can really sing. Read More