August 2012

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weekly rewind

There was a ton of creative content floating around on the blogosphere this week. From D.I.Y.’s to visual charts, we were inspired by it all! Here were some of our favorites: 1. This chart is truly essential for the coffee addict. 2. How come we’re just now finding out about this dictionary?! 3. Metallic +…

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interview with p.s. – i made this

We are so excited to be partnering with the blogger of P.S. – I Made This for Fashion’s Night Out! We’ve been HUGE fans of the blog ever since we stumbled upon this D.I.Y.  If you happen to live in the NYC area, stop by our Times Square store and meet the founder of the blog,…

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spotlight on: green

  Green hasn’t had it’s moment in a while, so we’re happy to be part of it’s come-back. Whether your favorite shade is spruce or hunter, moss or kelly… there’s something for everyone this fall.   1. Ivanhoe Porcelain Pendant from Barn House Electric 2. Michelle Armas Sharps painting 3. Dash & Albert Catamaran Striped Rug…

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behind the scenes

A few weeks ago Fort Worth-based rock band The Orbans stopped by our office for a little jam session. We were blown away by their musical talent (video coming soon) and their ability to make us laugh in between songs. Seriously, if you haven’t heard their album “When We Were Wild“, you must check it out…

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pinning it: photo contest winners

Thirty days and nearly a hundred entries later, we’re excited to unveil the winners in our Snapshots Around the World photo contest! Drum roll, please… 1. Mo-Ped Mo-Purses, Susan Allen 2. Bike Ride In Haiti, Alisandra Brasells 3. Never Ending Journey, Madlen Siegling 4. The Egg Chair, Marichelle Espinoza 5. Road Trippin’, Alyson Agemy Congratulations to our five contestants, who…

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the story of: the ginger dress

When our designers created the Ginger Dress, we knew we had something special on our hands. Inspired by the classic shift dress, this endlessly versatile silhouette is a perfect expression of mid-century style. Shift dresses were first shown by designer Hubert de Givenchy in 1957. Even though it was based on flapper dresses of the…

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snapshots

We are constantly on the hunt for new items to add to our Fossil Finds. This week we started by browsing thrift stores on Saturday, preparing tags on Wednesday, and taking a closer look at a pair of vintage letters on Friday. You can follow our vintage pursuits on our Instagram feed!

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weekly rewind

We were amazed by all the colorful content we came across this week on the web. Take a look at some of our favorites: 1. Graphic designers that created Printorium after working together on prop designs for Harry Potter Films. 2. These surf spray vessels are just the thing to celebrate summer’s end. 3. Vanity Fair…

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spotlight on: tortoise and burlwood

  It’s a safe bet that at any given moment you can find something inspired by nature in our line. This season, we can’t get enough of the rich, warm, go-with-anything tones in tortoise shell and burlwood. We’ve got it covered in eyewear and watches, and we’re thrilled to see it popping up everywhere from…

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introducing austin

We are so excited to introduce our newest bag collection: Austin. Authentic, vintage details inspired the design of this group. The tote, the silhouette that started the collection, was inspired by clean lines found in styles from the ’60s and ’70s. Keeping modern function in mind, the flap bag was designed with an adjustable strap and…