Friday Finds.


Top to bottom, left to right: A crisp, light-flooded residence, photographed by Casey Dunn Cheering for Kebei Li’s ingenious student project to become a reality! Impeccable styling by Riikka Kantinkoski for Cooee Design Pure and graceful garment construction from Kaarem Exquisitely clean-cut drawing pads from ITO Bindery of Japan Happy Friday, Annie  
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new and noteworthy

small alabaster bud vases / sfgirlbybay

i love this Lamp / Breed from studio klaer. this week on new and noteworthy i thought we’d have a little fun and round up a few things you may not necessarily need, but you may really want once you see how cute they are. like, how are you feeling about fanny packs these days? can you go there again (if you ever went there to begin with)? anyway, here’s a few... 
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around l.a. / lake boutique.


Lake Boutique sits in good company on Silver Lake Boulevard (just across the street from L & E oyster bar and right beside YOLK), and offers a well-curated collection of clothing, accessories, home decor and apothecary items. Founder Melissa Lovoy opened Lake Boutique in 2007 and continues to draw from her design days at Parsons in NYC when carefully selecting the... 
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Friday Finds


Top to bottom, left to right: Classic Scandinavian styling from the ever-inspiring Fantastic Frank A DIY Plywood Floor Mirror for your dressing and home decor needs The rudimentary form and soft angles of RAMA chair from OX DENMARQ Everyday cotton pieces from A Merry Mishap’s impeccable closet This DIY triangle mirror makes a clean and simple addition to any... 
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around l.a. / mixed business.


If I could empty my closet and pick one shop to refill it, I would choose Mixed Business. With a focus on clean lines, every day basics and natural fibers, Mixed Business offers a no-fuss, classic ensemble. Owner, Rhianna Tycholis began designing clothes in New York City and moved her operation West, launching Mixed Business in 2013, and just celebrated one year in their brick... 
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