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There’s not much to [paper.]‘s backpack and tote, and that’s where the beauty lies. These minimally designed, water-repellant bags are made from waterproof paper and hemp straps in Berlin. They have a leather-like texture and can be worn or carried in any weather conditions. Fantastic sustainable products from a super-transparent company!

 

 

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Vivienne Strauss

 

Three words: birds. driving. cars. Vivienne Strauss‘ affection for the small animals is apparent in her meticulously executed collages, each with a sense of whimsy. The surface of another planet, plants and other ephemera strapped to the roofs of cars and trucks, and tiny feathered friends having a rest inside teacups all find a home inside Vivienne’s lovely art.

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Trending: Bandanas

Wrangler Paisley Print Bandana Neckerchief

Wrapped around necks, heads, wrists, ankles, and bags, bandanas are popping up everywhere this summer! I love their versatility and the unexpected dose of color this little accessory can bring to any outfit for a relatively small price tag. Are you into it?

 

Keep Your Chin Up Bandana

 

Deus Ex Machina Troppo Bandana

 

Mascara and Eyelash Bandana Scarf

 

Ditsy Floral Cotton Bandana

 

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Wear Your Love Like Heaven Bandana

 

Courtney Bandana

 

Giza-Orion Correlation Bandana

 

Overdyed Sari Bandana

 

Floral Paisley Bandana

 

Black Cotton Bandana Scarf

 

Born to Roam Bandana

 

Gingham Bandana

 

Paisley Bandana

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Babeth Lafon

 

Babeth Lafon is an illustrator, currently based in Berlin, who specializes in fashion. Her art graces the pages of magazines, beauty and luxury brands, the pages of books, and department stores around the world. The color palettes she uses, along with the textures incorporated, give each piece a bold painterly look that creates her unique style.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jordan Tiberio / The Girl Next Door

 

The first time I recall experiencing depth of field involved window screens, so Jordan Tiberio‘s The Girl Next Door feels a bit like a trip down memory lane. In the photo essay he pays homage to Irving Penn’s 1949 photograph Summer Sleep, New York. Like our memories bits and pieces in each photo are obscured by drops of water, the whole image broken down into tiny squares that compose the whole.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lenneke Wispelwey

 

Aside from having one of the most whimsical names ever, Lenneke Wispelwey creates porcelain pieces based on mathematics and geometric patterns. Each family of products demonstrates a beautiful knowledge of color and variations between the same hue, and it’s all inspired by Lenneke’s own memories and found items from every day life. Shop the entire collection here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Cassie Byrnes

 

Textile and surface designer Cassie Byrnes creates colorful patterns that feel like pure summer! Her saturated, abstract designs adorn everything from artwork to homewares to her own line of clothing – Variety Hour. Cassie also collaborates with some big name brands to get her work out there further, like in the ice cream and beauty aisles.

 

 

 

 

 

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