These Things No.32

these things issue no.32 – the first of the new year!

absolutely love this in my bag post by anabela. that is one mega bag, mary poppins like.

brigitte lacombe’s on set portraits of meryl streep at nowness:

vintage handerkerchief letterpress calenders by mink letterpress via design work life:

le grenier is a beautiful online shop, via dear golden:

johanna burke’s apartment in brooklyn… oh to be that cat:

jen did a round-up of good hot chocolate, pictured below is an earl grey hot chocolate recipe:

i know i’m late on this, but nadinoo’s latest lookbook is lovely:

rifle paper co does it again with amazing valentine’s day cards:

no.6 silk trouser pant in herringbone, yes please:

love the style of this girl who was spotted over at the glamcanyon (left) and the locals (right):

“just bill cosby in a sea of bill cosbys. no biggie” – love vic for finding these gems.

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Prunella Soap

Prunella is an organic (and vegan) soap line by Janell Anderson out of Portland, Oregan. the packaging and photography is so darn cute i almost can’t stand it.

Prunella is vegan, organic cold process soap made in small batches with simple, all natural ingredients in downtown Portland, Oregon. It is made utilizing the old-fashioned method of soap making and cures for a minimum of four weeks from the time it is made until it’s available for sale. Eco-friendly, super sudsy and wonderful for your skin! Prunella (Princess Prunella…to be exact) was a nickname given to me by my mom when I was a little girl because I would stay in the bath too long…my fingertips would turn to “prunes!”

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Marianne Breslauer

i rediscovered this series of photographs taken between 1929 – 1934 by german photographer Marianne Breslauer thanks to lauren’s pinterest. i’m strangely envious of these women who are long gone.

Marianne was a close friend of the Swiss writer and photographer Annemarie Schwarzenbach, whom she photographed many times. She described Annemarie (who died at the young age of 34) as: “Neither a woman nor a man, but an angel, an archangel” * … From an early age she began to dress and act like a boy, a behaviour not discouraged by her parents, and which she retained all her life—in fact in later life she was often mistaken for a young man. *

Lisa von Cramm, Berlin, 1934

Annemarie Schwarzenbach, Zürich, 1934

Ruth von Morgen, Berlin, 1934

Ruth von Morgen

Ruth von Morgen, Berlin, 1933 & Jutta Zambona-Remarque

Annemarie Schwarzenbach

Annemarie Schwarzenbach

Annemarie Schwarzenbach

Annemarie Schwarzenbach

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