modern moroccan: get the look.

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amber interiors. i recently posted about a trend i’m seeing quite a lot of — modern moroccan vibes. it’s a look that’s easy on the eyes, and affordable to achieve, too. i thought i’d search chairish for a way to get that laid back kind of sacred black & white space, and found it was a very accessible vibe to recreate with the loads of layered... 
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friday finds.

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it’s been an unusually rainy week here in L.A. and i’m in the mood for something bright — a dash of pink, perhaps? this week’s friday finds are on the quirky side, but quite stylish and a little bit sassy — in my humble opinion. i’m so ready for the weekend after one very weird week. it’s the long beach flea market on sunday, too,... 
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wear this there: maison lautrec.

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back to paris we go again with another wear this there — i mean if not physically, at least via the internet. this week we head to maison lautrec — a quaint bistro located in pigalle that is home to some seriously dreamy dishes and pinterest-worthy surroundings. founded by four friends, and remodeled a little here and there from its classic bistro look, it is now a draw... 
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the ace panama.

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Shortly after my trip to Cuba with Victoria, I ventured over to Panama City for a quick couple of days before returning home. My hotel of choice: the American Trade also known as one of the Ace Hotels. Today I’m sharing some snaps I captured of this exquisite property. Located in one of the most beautiful landmark buildings in Casco Viejo (old town), the American Trade... 
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at home with: hawkins ny.

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for the talented couple behind Hawkins New York, Nick Blaine and Paul Denoly, reviving this 18th-century farm house in upstate new york presented yet another opportunity to blend their unique styles—a process they’re quite accustomed to as the co-founders of their home-goods store, known for its balance of modernity and warmth. i love the subtle pink palette they... 
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