wear this there: the book club.

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oh, london! home to so many of those charming little watering holes we could venture into with the possibility of never coming back out. the book club most definitely makes this list. located in east london, its playful charm is reminiscent of making googly eyes at your high school crushes over a ping pong match, only with adult beverages. a grown-up, yet still flirty get-up... 
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Around L.A. / Hemingway & Pickett.

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Toby Hemingway fondly remembers the large trucks that drove for the barbershop distribution company Hemingway & Pickett, that his great, great Grandfather began in 1888, and which remained in the family for three generations in Melbourne, Australia. In 2011, Toby revived the name and opened shop in Silver Lake selling well made, well designed, hand picked goods from Los... 
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victorian vibes.

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isn’t this just the coziest cottage? featured on mi casa, it’s chock full of a mix and unmatched bunch of vintage treasures but in the light, bright and very serene setting it doesn’t feel cluttered or overwhelming. it’s mid-century modern meets victorian — a unique pairing that surprisingly works quite well! • photography via micasa“>mi... 
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wear this there: maison premiere.

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you had us at absinthe and oysters, maison premiere. we will be at the bar, and if no one wants to join us, with christopher moore’s sassy novel sacre bleu in hand. maybe it’s the potent imported liquor, the new-orleans-on-a-summer-night ambience, or the pastel-hued bar, but we are getting seriously romantic feels from this week’s wear this there. nothing... 
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greenterior.

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from the fabulously talented folks who bring you coffeeklatch the online interview magazine, comes their beautiful new book, greenterior, plant loving creatives and their homes. greenterior by Bart Kiggen and Magali Elali is my new favorite coffee table book and for good reason — the book documents the homes of eighteen designers and artists through the lens of their... 
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