Happy Wednesday! Popping in to share a few cool links I’ve been wanting to show you. I thought I’d try out this new way to point out the articles and need-to-know-about things I come across, versus only sharing them with you on Fridays (I’ll admit, limiting these to only one day of the week has thrown a wrench in things when I either don’t have enough items to share come Thursday night, or I have far too many to share on a Tuesday). I also liked playing around with the design to make it a little more fun for you to sort through. I hope you like it!
Here’s what I recently loved:
+ This gorgeous little video Chanel put together as a snapshot of their Spring/Summer 2016 Collection. It’s the kind of thing where no matter your style, you can really appreciate the beauty of the designs.
+ Have you seen Architectural Digest‘s feature on Kourtney and Khloé Kardashians’ homes? Both designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, it’s interesting to compare how different the homes are — though they’re both dramatic and incredibly done.
+ Seriously, isn’t Ina the best? I loved this short interview she gave with Motto (a side project for Time?). She is endlessly fascinating.
+ Degas comes to life! I was absolutely wowed by the photographs Ken Browar and Deborah Or took of Misty Copeland for Harper’s Bazaar. It’s cool to see how ballet costumes were integrated with current couture pieces.
+ No but seriously, these booties. I’ve been loving them with black jeans and a leather jacket during our mild winter; I can’t wait to pair them with white jeans and some kind of blue blouse in the summer. To be honest, I’ve had some bad luck with Steven-brand shoes being uncomfortable in the past, so I was thrilled that these have been so wearable. Highly recommended if you’re in the market for some boots to transition you into spring.