Collection No. 17 “Harvest Moon”
There is something comforting about the assurance of Autumn. Like the big cozy sweater curled up in the back of the closet, it’s ready to surround us — each color, smell & taste, a memory. The leaves brighten, crisp & fall for us, the fruit ripens & Autumn always changes the same. The same & the same as it always sounded, smelled & seemed. Wearing boots just for crunching leaves & flowy dresses for twirling & eating pie. Layering on Grandma’s chore coat to run outside barefoot & crawling inside chunky knit sweaters with a good book. Warm, tart or bittersweet the memories drift back in as the world inhales the familiar scent of Autumn. ⠀ ⠀ Collection No. 17 now available on Etsy ⠀ [song “Harvest Moon" Neil Young Cover by Widowspeak, 2017]⠀ ⠀
Collection No. 16 "Kodachrome"
One of the best parts about Fall are the colors it brings -- this season we're taking a cue from mother nature by pairing earth tones with pops of rich, bold color. Pulling inspiration from the 1970's & Charlie's Angels, polished neutrals kick it right beside bright, vibrant pieces. Summer fun may be over, but the aloha spirit lives on when business meets pleasure on the Angel's mission to Hawaii. There's no telling what's ahead this season, but it's sure to be colorful! ⠀ ⠀⠀ (song "Kodachrome" by Follow Save Add, 2018)⠀
Collection No. 15 "World Market"
We’re all collectors - of stories, objects & moments. each vintage piece carries with it a history that's ours to imagine. with trips postponed & travel books left uncreased, having streamed countless NatGeo documentaries & already rewatched all the Indiana Jones movies, there's no better time to feel connected to the world through the treasures we find. escape to our world market with classic silhouettes that recall another time, natural, earthy pieces for your next adventure & timeless decor from around the world. our world holds too many stories to be heard, objects to be admired & moments to cherish for us to wait any longer to find them. ⠀ ⠀ song "Misirlou" by George Abdo, 1993