I am not a t-shirt person but this minimal one by Everlane won my heart.
Loving these bold, ceramic necklaces by Brooklyn based Shape Shape Shape Shape.
Ha-ne means wing in Japanese and these are wing-like light weight earrings handcrafted using locally grown natural fiber in the Tohoku region, Japan. Lovely.
I saw this shirt over on Skylar Yoo and couldn’t help but think this should have been part of my daily uniform for the past two years. I have tackled so many big things in my life headfirst that are absolutely terrifying but once pushed through will change everything. Also, does it come in kids sizes? I think my daughter could use it as well, given she is just about to head into her teen years.
Express your love for libraries in this vintage library stamp-inspired long sleeve.
This large Circle Handbag by Closed Mondays made me gasp! What a beauty! Definitely wish listed!
Slowfactory launched a new silk scarf with an image of the Moon taken from Apollo 13 mission in April, 1970 with a Hasselblad film camera. A beauty!
For a little over a month now I have been using my new Kowalski bag by FREITAG and I have grown to absolutely LOVE it! It’s made out of super durable truck tarp and weatherproof. It’s a backpack but a stylish one. Numerous folks have stopped me and asked about it. Kowalski gets two thumbs up!
My love for FREITAG bags is a deep one. They last forever, are Swiss made and are simply super cool.
Buy this fun rainbow bow tie, wear it proudly and feel good about the fact that 100% of the sales will support LGBTQ rights. Thumbs up!
This sculptural fabric brooch made me swoon. Stunning! Seriously wish listed!
A friend of mine gifted me this Shattered Glass Ceiling Necklace. It’s a tribute to all the women who have ever crushed it and symbolizes all the milestone breakthroughs achieved by women past, present, and future.
Love this so much!
I had dinner with my friend Jake last night and couldn’t stop admiring his shirt, made by Coton Doux. All of the geometric shapes! So much fun!
This collection titled Women Who Inspire by Brooklyn based Slow Factory is just what the world needs right now. It’s a line of eco-friendly and fair trade based scarves dedicated to women in science. Boss ladies that paved the way. I am wearing my Amelia Earhart scarf every day and am channeling her courage as much as I can. You should put a boss lady around your neck as well.
Also, you should know that Slow Factory is a labor of love of one of the most generous, good hearted, strong women I have ever met: Céline Semaan Vernon.
My friend Céline, founder of Slow Factory is one of the most courageous women I know. She uses fashion as a tool for social and environmental change. On cooler days like today, I always leave my house wearing one of her Slow Factory scarves. Her recent Women That Inspire collection is a thing of beauty.
You’re an inspiration, Céline!