the wedding of max & margaux has been well documented online (you can see the five posts over at once wed here, here, here,…
visit the galt museum archives online
* faints * this is the most beautiful thing i have seen all year.
* deep breath* lovely. photos by geneviève
a fantasy outfit from net-a-porter. total price? $5030 (i mean, let’s be serious) items: sunglasses / t-shirt / sleeveless cardigan / watch / jeans / jacket…
okay okay there will be no more mad men posts for a while, this is the last one i promise
have you voted in the mad men casting call competition? basically people take photos of themselves in mad men era get-ups hoping to win a walk on role in an episode of the show. rad! i have to say i do not agree with who is top ranked right now…. these are my personal favourites (click on the pics to be taken to their pages to vote)
i really really really love these illustrations by ken garduno
saw this shop on for me, for you yesterday – i would happily put every single item in my house
the branding of the ace hotel looks oh so good. yet another fantastic project from the official manufacturing co
i need to stop staring at this picture by laurence philomene the rest of her photography is also very lovely, as expected…
i absolutely love these pastel vases made by the potter’s worskop as seen via this article
ok i am a mad men addict, that’s been well established. i’ve watched the season 4 premiere twice already. just wanted to highlight some…
vera neumann was an american artist and entrepreneur. she is best known for her bold colored patterns on her linens and scarves, signed with her script “vera” and a ladybug. world war two was in full swing when vera found that the linen supply was dwindling. searching for more linen for her products, she came across extra parachute silk at an army surplusstore. vera scarves launched the business into immediate popularity and vera was soon on a first-name basis with women around the country. marilyn monroe was a fan, as well as grace kelly. women around the country chose vera products for their color and happy prints.
these are from scott lindberg’s collection