DIYS to try.
“get a life in which you notice
the smell of salt water pushing itself
on a breeze over the dunes.”
“Expressing sentiments of intangible Americana alongside a timeless sense of style, the Woolrich footwear collection is indicative of the brand’s storied history without relying on design gimmicks of the ‘heritage’ variety.”
Leftovers and links from the week. My recommend reading and bookmarking list. Ideally completed from a cloud of down this very Saturday morning.
I know we’re all thinking about spring and summer and lightweight frocks and gauzy caftans right now, but I’m actually pinching my pennies for Finisterre’s next fall winter line. If this winter from hell was a harbinger of our new climate-change reality, well, I’m not going to be caught with my pants down the next time our mercury dips far, far below zero.
White shirts and simple hand-cream for wind-chapped hands, effortless pull-on boots, men’s cologne, the latest from la garçonne, and a Continue reading
“What sort of diary should I like mine to be? Something loose-knit and yet not slovenly, so elastic that it will embrace amything, solemn, slight, or beautiful that comes into mind. I should like it to resemble some deep old desk, or capacious hold-all, in which one flings a mass of odds and ends without looking them through.”
Minnesota is home to many an intrepid creative. I am inclined to think this due in part to our incredibly long winters, as the hibernating conditions here are prefect fodder for hunkering down to W O R K.
And so, a clothing line is designed, a blog is penned, a record is released, or spoons are carved. In the case of modern furniture designer and maker Marvin Freitas; furniture is built.