tuesday’s girl: leah ball meets APORTA.

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chicago-based APORTA owner and designer Noelle Sharp recently sat down with designer Leah Ball to be interviewed for Leah’s on-going Portrait Series and i fell in love with noelle’s studio tour. noelle is a weaver and knitter with her own line of hand-produced textiles and accessories, and Leah, an artist herself presently works from her studio in Chicago, where... 
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tuesday’s girl: aquarelle maison.

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Aquarelle Maison is a brand created by the unique art of founder Jenny Callentine into everyday home goods, stationery and loungewear. The line was a natural evolution of her experience as an artist and entrepreneur–finding that the creative process is a way to capture a mood as well as the vibrant beauty we encounter in every day life. Aquarelle Maison is a lifestyle brand... 
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great.ly | calling all makers to join us.

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I wanted to share with you a new endeavor I’m collaborating in — an amazing new online market place i’m hoping some of you might have an interest in joining. It’s perfect idea for creative people who make beautiful things, and those who love to share beautiful things — bloggers like me. GREAT.LY is where tastemakers curate their own shops and do all... 
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tuesday’s girl: fashionable selby.

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i’m so excited for the next installment of Todd Selby’s best-selling book series. i ordered his new book today — Fashionable Selby which explores the kaleidoscopic world of fashion, featuring profiles of today’s most interesting designers, stylists, models, shoemakers, and more. His subjects include a mix of the avant-garde, the traditional, the must-haves,... 
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tuesday’s girl: association shop.

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Association Shop is the newly launched home of Portland based curators John and Jen Vitale, offering an impressive collection of unique, quality goods, both new and found. Jen describes Association as “an outlet to share the things they create, as well highlight pieces made by other fellow creatives.” With items from some of my favorite artisans, including Another... 
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