These Things No.45

bill

hello!! i’m back from my holiday in the bush which was just THE BEST. will tell you more about that later, but first i have to edit down the hundreds of photos we took. in the meantime i’ve been catching up on the internet today – it’s actually pretty rad going away for a week and  coming back to a completely refreshed feed. here are snippets of stuff that caught my eye, in these things no.45.

i’ve featured talented local illustrator Katrin Coetzer before – so it’s no wonder she & her husband Matthew had a beautiful wedding, (not to mention her dress) – photographed by Modern Hearts:

i don’t fly very often, but when i do i load up on magazines (something i never actually buy – that’s why the internet exists in my opinion) and the new Céline campaign really caught my eye:

while i was away the Forts exhibition happened, check out the lookbook Mariah & Amy did for it:

new stuff from Steven Alan that i could see myself wearing (links: dress & sandals):

love the styling at Polder (via Mariah):

mountain blossom scarf by Leah Duncan:

enjoyed this interview with (and painting by) Oliver Jeffers:

Nicole Warne in striking stripes + green photographed by Vanessa Jackman:

Anja shot the beautiful lookbook for Acanthus Jewelry:

stone bangles by Chen Chen & Kai Williams:

Sight Unseen has been sharing some wonderful studio visit recently, featuring ceramicists Julianne Ahn (Object + Totem), Ben Fiess & Jessica Hans:

gorgeous lookbook for Alison Brislin’s braid styling, photographed by Laure Joliet:

my Rib & Hull heirloom tote is one of the best things i own, and now they’re bringing out a larger zipped version!

like the look of this large screenprinted notebook:

illustrator Julia Marco’s series of her favourite cities:

Project Bly explores the world’s bazaars, starting with Mumbai:

it’s almost winter here!! good night day’s knits are looking pretty good right now:

the home of Mercedes Hernáez & Alejandro Sticotti:

beautiful photography by momomi:

imagine Bill Murray was your neighbour and he asked you to take his portrait – Olivia Rae James is that lucky person:

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  1. says

    The Oliver Jeffers painting and the photo of Nicole Warne truly seem to be borrowing elements from each other.The pairing reminds me of your wonderful streetstyle/food/paintings series!