Everything In Its Right Place

Need Supply Co has been doing some amazing lookbooks lately, a particular favourite of mine was It’s In The Bag which featured those rad Falconwright pouches. they have just collaborated with Jennifer Hagler of A Merry Mishap who, if you don’t follow already, has incredible taste & such a beautiful aesthetic – be sure to follow her blog, pinterest and instagram. she is also a talented jewellery maker.

Jennifer shot Need Supply Co’s home goods collection in her own home, and her clean and monochromatic aesthetic is a natural pairing to showcase products from Fort Standard, Fredericks & Mae, Cold Picnic, and more.

Jennifer Hagler x Need Supply Co.

featuring: Karen Walker sunnies, Fort Standard bottle openers, JujuMade x Brook&Lyn hair accessories, LHOOQ undies, ANN-YA marbled leather cat coasters.

Jennifer Hagler x Need Supply Co.

featuring: Willow Knows scarf; Cold Picnic tote; Illesteva sunnies; Anywhere beach blanket

Jennifer Hagler x Need Supply Co.

featuring: Ria Menorca sandals;  Human Being Journal Volume 2

Jennifer Hagler x Need Supply Co.

featuring: Fredericks & Mae dominos set

Jennifer Hagler x Need Supply Co.

featuring:  Academy marbled pinch pot; MCMC love candle; Human Being Journal Volume 2

Jennifer Hagler x Need Supply Co.

featuring: Baggu drawstring purse; Cold Picnic tote; Apolis candle; Apartamento No.11; Diner Journal Issue 24; Cherry Bombe #1; Helmut Newton World Without Men; Jeffrey Campbell Isidora heels; Fredericks & Mae travel checkers

Jennifer Hagler x Need Supply Co.

featuring: Montreal Tee; Venice Top; Rena Dress; Someday Tank; Pini Jumpsuit by Top Shop; Illusions Shift Dress; Ed Wood Tank; Dina brogues by Dieppa Restrepo

Jennifer Hagler x Need Supply Co.

featuring: Pyramid Bead Plant Hanger by Cold Picnic

Jennifer Hagler x Need Supply Co.

featuring: Anywhere beach blanket

Jennifer Hagler x Need Supply Co.

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Resort 2014

i used to be quite into following the shows as they were coming out, but somewhere along the way i just got tired of keeping up with them and instead relied on one or two images from one or two collections to pop up in my reader or pinterest feed to keep me abreast of what was happening (and what was beautiful).

the latest resort 2014 season has caught my eye more than a few times actually, so i decided to delve into all the shows (and i mean ALL the shows) and pick my favourites. i ended up with a top 30 – which means that i have done all the work for you, and you don’t have to even go and look at them yourself. yay? and now you can pretend you know what is going on in the fashion world, too.

also through all of this i realised that having 200 tabs open does not help with my computer’s performance, at all, so if you’re a constant new tab opener like me – try OneTab. it is a life saver.

i have only picked one image from each collection (bar two collections, who i simply couldn’t choose only one from – you’ll see who they are). all images are from style.com.

let’s kick off with Louis Vuitton, whose collection truly seduced me. i am not an LV fan by any stretch of the imagination, but this collection  is so fun and the model is so breezy. yes please, LV!

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These Things No.50

i’ve been slipping a bit on the post front this week – sorry. have been quite busy, and felt kind of chained to my desk to be honest. which always makes me worry about my health… all that sitting cannot be good for you. when i’m done with work i just want to dramatically push my chair away from my desk and not even look at the screen anymore (in a metaphorical way of course, my office chair doesn’t have wheels so i can’t do a real push and twirl).

i’m also suffering from severe cabin fever, as i’ve been working from home for the past 2 weeks due to renovations at our office. and let me tell you – working at home SUCKS. for me, anyway. it has been quite essential for me to get out of the house every once in a while, especially for walks on the promenade. in an ideal world i’d have my own little studio somewhere… one day, one day.

anyway! it’s time for a friday these things. oh hey, 50 seems like a big number! but i guess everything on this here blog is sort of a these things, so let’s not get too excited.

i have to start with this coat from the Chloe Resort 2014 collection which is just amazing:

these shoes by Alpha60 are cool:

cute leather hair accessories by Canoe:

love this french label Homecore discovered via Cath:

foldable vase covers by snugstudio:

Lauren Manoogian & Bryan Purcell photographed by Backyard Bill:

the Nina Ricci Resort 2014 collection is just exquisite:

this identity design by Anagrama for dry cleaners Nordic House is wonderful:

the new collection by Serax is rad:

Debra’s film photos of The Table really capture how great it is:

i would like these leather sandals from Everlane, please:

i don’t know what i’d put in this golden leather bag (fancy lunch?) but i want it:

A Kind of Guise is an awesome looking shop in Munich:

one of my favourite local labels Selfi has just launched their online shop:

these hanging plants are ideal for sprucing up a lonely ceiling:

very much into woven storage baskets these days. left: connected goods; right: wabi sabi:

Cuyana has some beautiful totes (and a lovely new design thanks to Jessica Comingore & Shilpa Shah):

Vegetarian Ventures is a great new-to-me food blog:

i hope that i run into the Van Leeuwen ice-cream truck when we’re in New York:

Naftul is a lovely Israeli label:

i like the idea of roller wallpaper:

stackable rings are everywhere, aren’t they? these ones by Hannah Naomi are affordable & rad:

such a bright & happy collection by Sarah Leslie Richards:

two style blogs that i’m enjoying right now, left: Polienne & right: Jazzabelle’s Diary:

and, Nelson Mandela is still in hospital. i dug up this photo to remind us of his greatness:

photograph by George Hallet.

have a happy weekend, everybody.

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Found, Revisited

i’m so glad to see that the National Geographic Found tumblr is still going since i first posted about it back when it launched in March. they have a ton of brilliant photos on there now (this one is especially notable). imagine being the Nat Geo staffer who gets to go through the archives and update the blog – dream job! i especially love the bright kodachrome looking shots, they make me feel like going on holiday with a film camera and snapping some of my own.

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Samuji

wow i am kind of besotted with the summer 2013 lookbook for Finnish label Samuji, Changing Patterns. the model, the clothes, the paint, the clever parallax scrolling… i ended up going up and down and up and down. these are just screenshots, you definitely have to go on over and experience it for yourself. i’m not sure if all these pieces are available to buy yet, but keep an eye on their online shop for more.

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VSCO Grid

if you’re a regular iPhone snapper / Instagrammer (or, indeed, a professional photographer) you’ll be familiar with VSCO. their original VSCO Cam iPhone app is a favourite of many, with a handful of beautiful film presets and easy editing tools that turn your every day photos into something pretty magical. they just released their updated app (so you can’t get the old one anymore) – and it’s now free, but features in-app purchases for several film bundles. faded & moody; bright + clean; analog classic… take your pick. i haven’t played with it too much, but it is a sweet little app and i know it will help make my pretty average photos on instagram look just that little bit better.

the most exciting thing about the update for me is their release of VSCO Grid – a free minimalist publishing platform for people to showcase their mobile photography. they emphasise that it’s not a social media platform – i.e. not a competitor for Instagram – but rather, “focused on craft, curation and content, and less on followers and likes.” at the moment it’s in the beta / testing / let’s hope we don’t break the servers / only for awesome people phase, but hopefully it will roll out to the rest of us soon.

edit: just got mine! check it out here: missmoss.vsco.co

here are some cool people whose grids you can check out so far.

s. Fawn DeViney:

Kevin Russ (also know as a bit of an Instagram demi-god):

Nirav Patel:

Dear Leila:

Tim Lampe:

and some more to follow: Ana Barros; Mark Weaver; Jerad Knudson; Joanne (aka The Mrs); Carter Moore; Greg Lutze. discover and read more about VSCO Grid here.

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Things That Go Together

i have been seduced by some beautiful imagery online in the past week, and especially things that go together. 1. this lady’s impeccable style in the moment – there’s nothing quite like a camel coat. 2. Loeffler Randall’s amazing new pre-fall booties. i haven’t wanted new shoes this badly in a while. 3. the leather skirt and infectious smile of Monica Paolini. 4. these watches by VOID – in every colour, please (but especially the brown). 5.  the industrial collection at Bodie & Fou. 6. clipping details over at the Rijksmuseum. 7. Gorgeous kitty by Aurore de La Morinerie8. Another lovely cat, by Mathilde. 9. the fashion stylings of Nanushka. 10. ink on paper by Malin Gabriella Nordin. 11. the Paris apartment of Clarisse and Lucile Demory.

Miss Moss // Things That Go Together

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Joni Sternbach

Joni Sternbach is a photographer from New York who specialises in the early wet plate collodion photographic technique. she has many beautiful projects to explore on her website, but the one that caught my eye was Surfland – where Joni documents surfers on the coasts of the US and Australia.

SurfLand is an ongoing project of contemporary portraits of surfers created using the historic wet-plate collodion process. The photographs are a unique blending of subject matter and photographic technique. Using the instantaneous wet-plate collodion process, I am creating one-of-a-kind tintypes that are imbued with a feeling of ambiguity, timelessness and mystery.

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We Went Wild

Miss Moss // We Went Wild Music Mix

thank you for helping pick my new logo yesterday (and peeps on facebook and pinterest). the overwhelming vote went towards what you’ll see above – also my personal choice! to celebrate, and say thanks, i have made a new music mix.

the cover art was inspired by Africa, which i have been watching a LOT of lately. let’s just say that the baby elephant’s fate upset me more than that recent episode of Game of Thrones everyone is talking about.

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  1. Lord Huron – We Went Wild
  2. HAERTS – Wings
  3. TV Girl – She Smokes in Bed
  4. Lucius – Until We Get There
  5. The Feather – Sighs
  6. The Preatures – Is This How You Feel
  7. Yacht – Shangri-La
  8. Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros – That’s What’s Up
  9. Josh Ritter – New Lover
  10. Sam Amidon – My New Friend
  11. Laura Marling – Where Can I Go?
  12. Wampire – Trains
  13. Saskatchewan – Youth Ministry
  14. PEAKS – Speak
  15. Haim – I’ll Try Anything Once (The Strokes Cover)
  16. Float Fall – Someday
  17. Golden Youth – We Are Alive
  18. Azure Blue – Willows and Pines
  19. Houses – The Beauty Surrounds

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[/wpcol_1half_end] all music is for sampling purposes only – please go out and buy the artists’ records & support them at their shows!

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