Red Ruby Rose Clutches.

The clutches at Red Ruby Rose are some of the hottest I’ve seen. Rowena, the designer behind the shop, crafts them as an outlet to her ever-increasingly digital day job. She even creates some of the fabrics using her own photography and collage techniques. All of the colors and patterns are incredibly varied, so you’re sure to find something that catches your eye. I found about ten on the first page alone!

:: via Rare Bird Finds



Australian-made Karpati nail polishes are free from toluene, formaldehyde and dibutyl phthalate which is great because they’re all unnecessary and potentially harmful chemicals.

But what I would buy this polish for is the bottle design alone. It’s super functional by slipping over two fingers, eliminating the need for a surface to set the bottle on. I’ve spilled more than my share of nail polish and ruined countless things in the process and this is such a simple, effective design solution. (Although it irks me that the image has dark red being painted onto orangey-red nails, which is odd and inconsistent… is that strange?)


365 Days.

November 17, 2008 Amy Mortimer started her 365 Days project. One photograph a day for an entire year. And the results are really beautiful. I’m impressed with the level of dedication an undertaking such as this requires as well as the diversity in the photographs from day to day. Not to even mention the willingness to be transparent and show off your life in such a way. Beautiful.

:: via Housemartin