Inside the Iconic Palais Bulles.


Yesterday, Dior held its resort show at the iconic Palais Bulles, the iconic bubble house just outside of Cannes. Do we ever need an excuse to look at architecture of amazing homes? Not on this blog! Designed by architect Antti Lovag, the house took 14 years to complete. In 1989 it was sold to avant guard designer Pierre Cardin, who created the iconic bubble dress 30 years prior and is known for his architectural approach to design. Lovag loathes edges (after a whole season of RHOA, I now know what "edges" are and that Naomi Campbell has none.) -  He considers the straight line to be "an … [Read more...]


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A few beautiful moments around NYC this week. I've finally been able to go outside for short amounts of time, and damn if New York isn't completely lovely. Enjoy your weekend everyone! … [Read more...]

DESIGN ON A DIME | Paris Prints x J+G Design.


Last year, the lovely Georgie + Jennifer of J + G Design exclusively featured my prints in their makeover of the Avery Boardman showroom, including one of my most special series: Trespass. As they have grown, they have continuously been such supporters of my work, featuring it in their 2014 Design on a Dime room, their Domino Shophouse room, and again in their 2015 Design on a Dime room. I love Design on a Dime. It's so nice to be a part of a charity that is both incredibly fun, gives back to the community and feels like a homecoming for the design industry in New York. For this event, they … [Read more...]



I own a few cool pieces of Dinosaur Design's resin home goods. They were part of the inspiration for the marble/clay DIY. Their latest jewelry collection "Flower" seen below is so rad. I love the organic shaped bangles in the smoothest resins and saturated colors. Love it. Also loved their collaboration with Romance Was Born for their Cooee Couture Collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Sydney. The business was originally founded by Louise Olsen, Stephen Ormandy and Liane Rossler in 1985, who were art students at the time, selling their handmade resin goods at Sydney’s markets.  Louise Olsen … [Read more...]

Met Ball 2015 | Best and Worst Dressed.


It's that time of year again! I feel like after award season, seeing the same silhouette done time and time again in different colors, the Met Gala comes around to spice things up. The Met Gala is about drama, opulence, over the top gowns that you could never wear anywhere else. It's a time to go crazy and have fun with fashion. The high honor* of "Best Dressed" in blog land cannot simply go to the prettiest outfit. We need to be wowed. This years theme was “China: Through the Looking Glass." *sarcasm Let's start off with some of my worsts, and keep in mind: Most of these are perfectly … [Read more...]