From the January 1985 issue of Seventeen ~ ‘Heavenly hints about what works best for your sign…
Sitting in a lush, green oasis in the middle of desert that connects Marrakech to the Atlas Mountains, the Fellah Hotel
George Michael, supermodels, and Mugler, and how they made such perfectly deranged bedfellows.
Watercolor artist Caitlin McGauley was mostly doing commissioned personal work when she posted a comment on the personal blog of Lonny magazine co-founder, Michelle Adams.
Nehera is a heritage label based out of Slovakia that dates back to the 1920s.
From the Spring 1977 issue of L’Officiel ~ ‘Ready-to-wear in a Provence setting.’
Marisa Berenson has been photographed for almost every major fashion magazine that has ever existed.
Wide-legged trousers aren’t the only anti-skinny bottoms to come out of hiding these past couple of seasons. Peg pants have been making a comeback, too.
There isn’t a lot of info out there on Instagram account Cactus Cove.
When the muse of the season is Grace Jones, you know you’re in for one bad-ass ride
From the January 1968 issue of Seventeen ~ ‘Daisies playing the field! Peppy appliqués lift the fatigue right out of khakis!’
Florals, plaid, and lattice pattern all in one room? And it doesn’t look like a clashing mess? You bet!