It’s no surprise that we are in love with The Kinfolk Gallery space designed by Norm Architects, but their current exhibit entitled Close Contact elevates the space to another level. They teamed up with Sørensen Leather to explore the idea of the sphere versus our human body. It reminds me of art school, when learning to draw the human figure and breaking down the body into simple geometric shapes. The exhibit is composed of large-scale photographs, leather-covered spheres that mimics the surface of the skin. If you are in Copenhagen, it is worth a visit. I’m sure the pure scale of the artwork alone is moving.
All works are for sale and the exhibit is open to the public Monday – Friday from 10am-4pm until October 31st at Amagertorv 14, first floor in Copenhagen.
Do you speak trench? When the weather is in flux, your overcoat options are endless. The most classic choice for navigating the seasonal transition is the trench coat. This month, as I scroll through my instagram feed, I can’t get away from the trench coat. From Low Classic and Agger Flachs to Burberry, everyone can find one that works into their style. Classic, quirky, asymmetric, what’s your trench style?
Since becoming vegan three years ago, the hunt for vegan recipes is a daily occurrence in our house. It is very rare that we come across a site that offers plant based recipes and photography that we can appreciate aesthetically. Because of this, imagine my delight when Sophie from @blueeyedfringe started a new instagram account, @amindfuledit featuring plant based recipes with unmistakably gorgeous food photography.
Last week I rounded up the best of White Mules to wear this season. After all of my research, I finally gave in and bought the Maryam Nassir Zadeh White Mules. I wore them last weekend with the DE SMET Button Up Convertible Dress in Starch. They worked well for a cocktail party but I am equally excited to wear them with my favorite uniform: jeans and a t-shirt. With such a neutral wardrobe, white mules brighten up any look.