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Yo Vintage: Her

Yo Vintage is one of my long time sponsors (please check the sidebar and support these shops & makers!), and owner Sarah just sent over their latest lookbook, entitled Her after the film that’s on most people’s lips at the moment. everybody i meet is either talking about it or i’m telling them to see it (go see it). Yo Vintage is a Portland based online shop that sells wonderful hand-selected vintage as well as new designers.

photography by Endless Wild

Yo Vintage // Her
Yo Vintage // Her
Yo Vintage // Her
Yo Vintage // Her
Yo Vintage // Her
Yo Vintage // Her
Yo Vintage // Her
Yo Vintage // Her
Yo Vintage // Her
Yo Vintage // Her

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Sofi Wolf SS14

i love this lookbook for Sofi Wolf because it’s quite cleverly set in the Met, officially my favourite art museum since our recent visit to NYC. especially that beautiful room in the fourth picture – i wandered in there and found myself alone, surrounded by Klimt, Mucha and Odilon Redon (my favourite!) …in a city, and a museum, that is usually filled with people it was nice to savour a moment of quiet with such beautiful works. the lookbook was put together by Lydia Fine and Tony Blahd.

Our Spring/Summer 2014 collection heralds a new panoply of optical and visceral sensations. Inspired by a view overlooking the breathtaking New York City Highline, we chose to celebrate our surroundings in our prints: plants, people, buildings, crisp turquoise sky blues tamed by dusty roses, vibrant Emerald City greens and even the impossibly haunting lavenders of the sun setting over the Hudson River.

Sofi Wolf SS14
Sofi Wolf SS14
Sofi Wolf SS14
Sofi Wolf SS14
Sofi Wolf SS14
Sofi Wolf SS14
Sofi Wolf SS14
Sofi Wolf SS14
Sofi Wolf SS14
Sofi Wolf SS14

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Bird of Paradise

Lilian of online shop BFGF (boyfrengirlfren) shared this amazing collaboration with me that she did with Mary Eleanor Wallace, the owner of Chicago based shop Tusk. the photos were shot by Lillian and her husband Daniel, who are collaborating on some interesting projects under the name Ola Onda. says Lilian,

Tusk is a curated shop based in Chicago selling vintage and handmade items. They have been featured in Elle US and Daily Candy. BFGF is a small online shop that I stock using new, recycled and self created material. For this project Mary Eleanor Wallace the owner of Tusk mailed me vintage clothing and fabric with great patterns to rework into one of a kind tops.

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Good Guys

remember rad vegan shoe brand Good Guys? well here’s their new Summer 14 lookbook, and the shoes are still as rad as ever. you can buy a pair of Good Guys online here.

Good Guys SS14 // Miss Moss
Good Guys SS14 // Miss Moss
Good Guys SS14 // Miss Moss
Good Guys SS14 // Miss Moss
Good Guys SS14 // Miss Moss
Good Guys SS14 // Miss Moss
Good Guys SS14 // Miss Moss
Good Guys SS14 // Miss Moss
Good Guys SS14 // Miss Moss
Good Guys SS14 // Miss Moss
Good Guys SS14 // Miss Moss
Good Guys SS14 // Miss Moss
Good Guys SS14 // Miss Moss

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Native Shoes

love this bright, fruity campaign for the SS14 collection of Native Shoes shot by photographer Stephanie Gonot and art directed by Adi Goodrich. i don’t know anything about Native Shoes, but they seem to be some kind of… dare i say it? crocs and sneaker hybrid? except, cooler.

Inspired by classic, casual silhouettes, but made with the lightest and most comfortable material available, native shoes are the best of both worlds. Footwear for the future done in the style of everything we’ve ever loved about shoe design. You can slip them on for a quick stroll, throw them into your backpack for a day at the beach. Our aesthetic is relaxed, flexible and active. Native shoes is footwear for anybody, anywhere, anytime.

Native Shoes SS14 / Miss Moss
Native Shoes SS14 / Miss Moss
Native Shoes SS14 / Miss Moss
Native Shoes SS14 / Miss Moss
Native Shoes SS14 / Miss Moss
Native Shoes SS14 / Miss Moss
Native Shoes SS14 / Miss Moss
Native Shoes SS14 / Miss Moss
Native Shoes SS14 / Miss Moss
Native Shoes SS14 / Miss Moss
Native Shoes SS14 / Miss Moss
Native Shoes SS14 / Miss Moss
Native Shoes SS14 / Miss Moss

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Penny Sage

it’s always nice seeing new fashion from our neighbours across the ocean, mostly because we share the same season – so the clothing at least makes sense. as much as i love seeing beautiful fall coats and boots coming out of the northern hemisphere it’s just kinda depressing for those of us who are slathering on sunscreen. Penny Sage is a New Zealand based label by fashion designer Kate Megaw. her summer 2014 collection – The Painted Desert – is full of light breezy dresses and beautiful floral printed kimono style coats. the editorial below was styled & shot by Greta van der Star.








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Mayflower Supply

Liz Hull contacted me about her new vintage store Mayflower Supply, which will be launching online very soon – you can sign up to their newsletter here to find out when. the launch is paired with an absolutely wonderful lookbook that makes me wish so hard for autumn again (it’s getting hot this side of the world again, of course!)

I source all of my vintage from New England and focus on wearable pieces from time honored brands like L.L. Bean and Pendleton, making it easy for folks to bring vintage into their every day wardrobe.

Photographer: Courtney Brooke Hall | Stylist & Model: Emily Theobald | Art Director: Liz Hull














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Hannah Hoffman

Hannah Hoffman is a jeweller from Columbus, Ohio who has a background in glass art & metalsmithing. she recently launched her website sporting a lovely line of jewellery, with a rad lookbook styled by Sally Mcleod and photographed by Michelle Maguire.

My metal work demonstrates a balance between the industrial and the unrefined.  I am instinctually drawn to produce a geometric, almost harsh aesthetic.  Therefore, I often challenge myself to alter the ‘cleanliness’ of the work, by creating it in a way in which allows variation in the finished piece.  This is my way of relinquishing some control of the outcome and giving the piece itself freedom to diversify.

Jewelry by Hannah Hoffman. Modeled by Emily Biesemeier. Art Direction/Backdrops/Wardrobe by Michelle Maguire and Sally MacLeod. Styling by Sally MacLeod. Photography by Michelle Maguire










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