In a city like New York, we come across many multi-talented people on a daily basis. I met Hana El-Assad on a video shoot that I was styling, she was doing makeup and we started discussing what it was like to have something of our own. She went on to tell me that she was a graduate of culinary school and showed me a few photos of her handmade mugs. It’s been a while since our paths have crossed, but I was thrilled to come across this image on my instagram feed featuring her work for HEA Ceramics. With organic shapes and speckled glazes, HEA ceramics add an element of warmth to any tablescape. Shop HEA ceramics here or follow along on instagram to explore Hana’s process.
Apologies for the temporary pause in posting. Today I am dreaming of a tranquil, relaxing getaway to Lisbon, Portugal. The Santa Clara 1728 hotel is located in the old cultural quarter of the city. The 18th century building offers an old world feeling while the interior’s modern amenities make guest feel right at home.
Read more about this hotel on Trendland or make reservations here.
In an effort to reduce waste, I always aim to repair things before replacing them. From holy sweaters to broken dishes, there is a subsequent beauty in repaired objects. Romy Northover explores the beauty in the broken dishes of her series entitled Fracture. Shop the entire Fracture collection at The Garnered. The best part, there are no two dishes alike.
It’s hard to believe it’s already the second week in January. As the Women’s March on Washington approaches next weekend, I can’t help but find solace and motivation in the strong women who fill my Instagram feed…
“Take your broken heart, turn it into art.” Carrie Fisher’s words memorialized by Meryl Streep. @localcreative_
Winter floral imagery by @colleenmherman
Jen Szeto in The Round Tower of Copenhagen, one of my favorite architectural spots. @windowofimagination
A simple, minimal fireplace to warm up to this season. @caitlinflemming
Celebrating the birth of one of my favorite creators of form, Barbara Hepworth. @counter.space