How was your week? How are you feeling?
The leaves are falling here in the city and piles higher than my ankle greet me at every corner. The sun goes down around 4 and candles have made their way into our late afternoon routine. A pizza is on it’s way, and a movie is currently waiting to be played. This weekend will be low-key and I am thankful for that.
This was such a big week in a unique way. Here’s what inspired me:
This curation of gifts for friends, lovers, yourself, your mother and your children on Catbird by me. It’s a mix of things that I feel help share a certain kind of love in this particular season.
Michaela Cole by Tyler Mitchell is absolutely stunning on the cover of WSJ
A thrifting experience like no other (which is totally normal).
Lovers Rock, 20 years ago today from one poet to another (my favorite album!)
Fashion snow boots for fasionably snowy days ahead and the hopes of wearing trousers or puffers (somehow?) through them.
“I still beleive in possiblites then, still had the sense, so peculiar to New York, that something extraordinary would happen any minute, any day, any month.” –Joan Diddion, Slouching Towards Bethlehem
Would love to hear, what’s inspired you this week?
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Inspiration from music: Tales of America by Ondara, and Fletcher Moss Park by Matthew Halsall.
Milk magazine and Milk Deco have beautiful pictures, always. Book: The buried giant, by Kazua Ishiguro. Fashion : Belgian designers Dries van Noten and Christian Wijnants