Founded in 2008, Duette Design consists of French-Canadian powerhouse duo Helene Georget (illustrator) and Rachel Peloquin (stylist). In their latest collection, Walden, I love how you can see the marriage of these two girls unique, but complementary, skills. Take a look:
Remember these? Caleb Luke Lin designs infographic scarves that are just as science-y and rad. My favorites are “Historical Expanses of Empires and Their Oppression” (above) and “Inventors Killed By Their Own Inventions” (below). I love it when my accessories get all smartypants on me. LINK: CALEB LUKE LIN
Design for MANkind, indeed. L.A.-based Pocket Square Clothing has the sweetest (literally!) ties inspired by – yes, ice cream! Choose from one of many savory flavors (mint julep is my favorite), all packaged in an adorable ice cream cartons. Wouldn’t these make perfect holiday gifts for the gentleman in your life? LINK: POCKET SQUARE CLOTHING
The invitation calls for business casual. Perfect time to bring the horses out for a canter, yes? LINK: MILK FROM A THISTLE
I’m feeling wanty about this folded paper furoshiki. Also, do you know about furoshiki? It’s a rad Japanese cloth that you can use as a scarf, gift-wrap or even bag. Hooray for multi-tasking! LINK: THE LINK COLLECTIVE
This morning, I fell hard (again) for Kron by Kronkron’s latest collection. I also fell hard after I tripped over a pair of boots, but that’s a different post entirely. Also, fun fact: Kronkron is the brainchild of a fashion designer from Paris and – get this – a hairstylist! Proof that creativity knows no limits.
La Casita de Wendy’s fall/winter collection is full of mountainous landscapes that make me wish I was wearing Everest right this second. LINK: LA CASITA DE WENDY
Emily McDowell designed individual scarves for her favorite west coast cities, and I am totally kickstarting this project. Because everyone needs a piece of Palm Springs in their wardrobe. (Hat tip to Los Angeles, my former hometown!) LINK: EMILY + ROSS