These Things No.43

i had to kick off the latest these things with this ridiculously beautiful Acne colourblock tote. holy totes designer handbags are expensive though! just looking at the price makes my eyes water. oh well, this is one for the fantasy books.

on to something far more affordable and practical – i love these holiday acorn stickers and gift tags by Lemonni. it’s not often that you find gift tags that aren’t super christmasey, so i dig that these are both neutral and lovely.

speaking of christmas, i think that this upcycled vintage bicycle made by locals starling & hero bicycle co for 36 boutiques would be at the top of my santa, i’ve been really good wish list. thanks to robyn cooke for the beautiful styling.

love the careful detailing of designer Angélique Chmielewski:

remember i posted about Tracy’s beautiful ceramics? well, this is her beautiful home shot by Laure Joliet:

Ilana Kohn has been making gorgeous marbled textiles:

Leah, Rachael & Julia have also been making beautiful textiles – silky scarves, that is:

Maike recently visited the Pedersens and their bump – non-cheesy family photography at its best:

keeping it local, i liked the pieces from Take Care’s capsule collection:

discovered the wonderful illustrative work of Olimpia Zagnoli thanks to Mallory:

enjoyed getting a sneak peak of Sarah’s studio thanks to Eva, who has a great Spaces column that you should bookmark:

beautiful pieces by Penny Sage:

i love the styling of The Old Library, a restaurant in Sydney:

you may call me a broken record at this time of year, but i’m so jealous of winter in the north right now. especially because of this coat at no.6 store

…and the cosy looks of Dianna Lunt photographed by Citizen Couture:

have you seen the amazing bags by Clare Vivier at Of a Kind?

nice wares over at Canoe:

woodpecker notebooks:

a beautiful new lookbook from Seaworthy:

interesting antler ring:

speaking of beautiful jewellery, you can now by south african designer Dear Rae at Need Supply:

always so much colour at Gorman, love it:

now it’s a dress…

…now it’s a piece of art. by Marimekko.

vintage treat of the week, a young Goldie Hawn:

and, something to make you laugh, a Jon Hamm Colouring Book:

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13 Responses to These Things No.43

  1. Lemonni Monday 10 December, 2012 at 5:05 pm #

    Thanks for featuring my Acorn gift tags and labels! I love your blog!

  2. Mary Monday 10 December, 2012 at 6:18 pm #

    Wow, this list is huge! I love it.

  3. casey Monday 10 December, 2012 at 7:57 pm #

    Just love this series – and THAT bag!

  4. daria Monday 10 December, 2012 at 11:04 pm #

    you’re an internet genius. it’s true.

  5. natalie Tuesday 11 December, 2012 at 8:37 pm #

    Loved seeing Angélique’s work here- her pieces are gorgeous!

  6. Canoe Wednesday 12 December, 2012 at 12:14 am #

    Thanks so much for featuring Canoe on your blog! It’s a favorite read :) Happy holidays from Austin.

  7. Alyssa Wednesday 12 December, 2012 at 12:55 am #

    Love that Acne bag! And those pretty scarves by Leah and the other girls. Beautiful.

    Shop Vintage!

  8. miranda Thursday 13 December, 2012 at 4:58 pm #

    You honestly never disappoint me, Miss Moss. Adored this post. Errythang from the Jon Hamm colouring book to that dreamy Acne bag.

  9. Chloe Thursday 13 December, 2012 at 7:48 pm #

    NEED THIS IN MY LIFE. so fun!

    awesome find :)

  10. adeline Monday 17 December, 2012 at 2:09 am #

    I went to school with Angelique back in Edmonton, so glad she’s doing big things in NYC. Her things are really lovely. And that Acne bag is beautiful! ahhh

  11. f Thursday 20 December, 2012 at 1:41 am #

    so great and varied! love too many things on this list… luckily, my hubby just got me that exact lovely clare viver bag for xmas with a little hint from me :)

  12. Lucia Sunday 30 December, 2012 at 1:38 pm #

    That Acne handbag is awesome! I make handbags in my workshop and i can tell you why designer handbags are expensive: you can´t imagine the amount of craftsmanship, know-how and resources that are used to make one handbag so luxurious and well-finished as this is.
    They are expensive for a reason.
    The difference with a high street handbag is so huge it can only be compared to eating Mc Donald´s vs. eating real homecooked cuisine.
    The handbags we make at the workshop take us so much time and i have just realized i´m selling them too cheap, because i don´t have a brand behind like Acne, so i will never make a profit out of them. This Acne handbag is priced justly if we take on account also the investment in publicity and developement of the brand.
    Handmade handbags are pieces of beauty!

    :)

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