Cabana magazine has launched yet another dreamy collaboration, this time in the form of an exclusive tabletop trunk show with Moda Operandi. The luxury e-commerce destination is offering a gorgeous selection of entertaining pieces curated by Cabana’s editor-in-chief, Martina Sartoga. Below, explore the exclusive collection and shop all the Cabana at Moda chicness here. READ POST
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I hope everyone had a relaxing weekend! Tomorrow, I’m off to London tomorrow for a couple inspiration-packed days. I can’t wait to see the David Hockney exhibit at Tate Britain, shop for treasures at my beloved Pentreath & Hall, and visit the studios of two of my favorites young British artists, Fee Greening and Luke Edward Hall. Follow me on instagram for a glimpse behind the scenes!
At some point e-invite company Paperless Post became, well, not paperless. Since introducing good old-fashioned paper goods, the brand has launched some brilliant collaborations with fashion brands like Oscar de la Renta and Cuyana. Latest in their chic collaborations is this collection designed with the fabulous folks at Cabana magazine. I’m loving the boldly patterned party invites and personalized stationery (they can be ordered printed or be sent as an e-vite). Explore more of the Paperless Post x Cabana collaboration here. READ POST
My latest obsession? The quirky hand-embroidered patches and jewels of French label Macon & Lesquoy. Based in Normandy, the brand was founded by designers Marie Macon and Anne-Laure Lesquoy whose playful style is perfectly suited for baubles. From croissants to monkeys, each of their military badge-inspired jewels is hand-embroidered in Pakistan. The brand releases seasonal collections (the most recent has a nautical vibe) and also create iron-on patches that are machine embroidered in Portugal. Below, explore more Macon & Lesquoy fabulous creations. READ POST