Too Legit to Quilt

 

Aside from having a brilliant tongue-in-cheek shop name, Dre McLeod of Too Legit to Quilt creates some super badass custom patches and textiles. You can opt for a patch on its own or even buy a jacket. She uses mostly repurposed fabrics, and the garments are always purchased secondhand which I definitely applaud.

 

 

 

 

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Spring Inspiration

Mandi Nelson // Roasted Mixed Potatoes with Spring Herbs and Burrata // Our Food Stories // Dinara Mirtalipova // Valencia Glass Set // Magnolia Tree Print

 

Tall Hunter Boots // Orange Almond Cake with Orange Blossom Buttercream // Cavallo Linen Duvet Cover // Beehive Birdhouse // Meadows // Moscato Strawberries

 

Ira Heuvelman // Peach Hibiscus Rose Iced Tea with Fresh Mint // Robin’s Egg Carrot Cake Donuts // Moxi Suede Roller Skates // Shilashon // Yulia Longo

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Biscuit Bags

 

This collection of biscuit bags and accessories based off of English biscuit tin classics made me smile! The range includes the Bourbon, custard cream, jammy biscuit, digestive, cookie, and gingerbread man. I appreciate how subtlety designed they are, you’d really need to be within a few feet to notice the detailing and be in on the joke.

 

 

 

 

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Futagami Key Rings

 

OJI Masanori and YAMAZAKI Yoshiki collaborated to design these solid brass Futagami key rings that are meant to make everyday life easier. Choose from three shapes – round, square, and hexagonal. (Tip: Place your house key closest to the plate, making it easy to find.)

 

 

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Doucement

 

Doucement is an independent textile art and design studio helmed by Monica Hofstadter. The textile objects she creates from natural fibers and radiant plastics blur the line between minimalist art and over the top creature comforts. Each piece is inspired by the love of being home, creating serene moments for the senses, and the magic and spirituality of the tangible world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Chuchu

 

Most would say millinery is a dying art form, but not Chuchu. The Hong Kong-born, New York-based creator makes most of her headpieces from paper! Her work has strutted down runways, been spread across the pages of high fashion magazines, and attended the chicest parties. (I think I’d have to display mine prominently after wearing!)

 

 

 

 

 

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