copenhagen classic.

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cereal magazine is a thing of beauty — gorgeous photography abounds thanks to photographers like peter kragballe who contribute to the magazine, and who shot this beautiful copenhagen home. it’s the lovely, lived-in home of Maria Hogh Heilman — the founder and designer behind sustainable knitwear company and Danish lifestyle brand Aiayu. it’s filled... 
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unexpected guests: alix bluh.

unexpected guests: alix bluh / sfgirlbybay

Today’s guest is jewelry maker Alix Bluh and she is the proprietress behind this hidden little gem in San Francisco’s Inner Richmond District. A standalone shop on one of the quietest streets in the city, Modern Relics is her studio and showroom filled with her handmade reliquary pieces and what she calls her “cabinet of curiosities”. It was a happy accident... 
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erica tanov’s tumblr.

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Stylist Jadwiga Pokryszka’s home via vintagency. every once in a while i stumble onto tumblr pages belonging to artists, designers, and photographers and always find it so interesting to see what inspires them. this was orla kiely’s tumblr i posted a while back, and i thought it might make a fun regular post to peek inside the inspiring minds of talented artists... 
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inspiring studio spaces.

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artist isabelle tuchband’s atrium art studio via the selby. even though i really like working from home, i love having the luxury of the studio space i share in downtown L.A. — it’s just such a creative escape from the norm, and can often inspire me just seeing what the other creatives there are up to. these spaces are something special, and i hope they inspire... 
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unexpected guests: melissa fleis.

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perhaps you may have guessed from the dress forms above that we’re visiting a fashion designer on unexpected guests today. well, you would have guessed correctly — but not just any designer. we’re visiting melissa fleis — last season’s project runaway finalist, and my personal favorite. probably yours, too. melissa lives in san francisco’s... 
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