Luxury pajamas (or “jim jams” as my British husband says much to my amusement) are all the rage these days and London-based Poplin is full of smart designs. Founded by Lucy Guinness, a former fashion and travel writer who splits her time between London and Bombay, the collection is brimming with sophisticated quirk. The indochine set based on the iconic New York restaurant’s palm print wallpaper has to be my favorite. Did I mention that some of the dreamy photos in this post were taken at Houghton Hall? And so continue my English countryside dreams… Explore more of Poplin’s collection here.
In the market for new stationery…? In her charming etsy shop, Nancy Nikko sells the sweetest personalized note cards, bookplates, business cards, and more. From blue and white vases to Staffordshire spaniels, her timeless watercolor designs were made for the neo-traditionalist at heart. The sets also happen to be extremely affordable—perfect for gifts! I’m eager to add this red coral branch set to my personal collection. Explore all of Nancy’s fun designs here.
I hope you aren’t all French-style’d out today because I just discovered Sézane’s new February capsule collection and it’s too great not to share. Inspired by Marfa, Texas, the French label’s distinctly Parisian take on American classics is all sorts of chic. From the striped tees to the silk jumpsuits, I’m can’t help but covet each and every piece. Shop the gorgeous collection in its entirety here. READ POST
Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture: I have to make it to London’s Tate Modern before this fun exhibit closes on April 3. Calder is one of my favorite artists and his whimsical pieces always delight in person.READ POST