Located on Selby Avenue near the Cathedral Hill neighborhood Idun (pronounced Eee-dun) is manned by Dahlia Brue and stocks a contemporary assortment of minimal, well-made clothing for women. Brue is a keen example of the power of a woman with a hyper-sharp aesthetic. Possessing a true editor’s eye, Brue buys for the store and was also responsible the interior’s unique design. With lines like YMC, Samuji, and Rachel Comey represented, the shop is unique for it’s playful brand of minimalism and sophisticated restraint.
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Earlier this week Grethen House previewed the Spring/Summer 2015 collection from Zero + Maria Cornejo. with voluminous neoprene cocoon coats, sensuously draped dresses in shades of nude and blush, and billowing indigo frocks. It is a collection that is at once warm and minimal, sporty yet exceedingly sophisitcated.
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There’s a certain collective culture and consciousness one buys into with the purchase of any well-made, beautiful product. Even more so if the product is made ethically, sustainably, kindly — slowly.
Tumbleweeds and traffic cones, roadside pumpkin stands and bloated roadkill, angry longhorns and exclamation-point-peppered billboards, endless roads and quickly-approaching tarmac, epic mountains and expansive prairies, pastoral mid-western bedroom communities and austere west Texas ghost towns … this is what made up the better half of my September through November.