Phoebe Cummings

 

There are so many things I love about Phoebe Cummings‘ sculptures. She primarily works with greenware – AKA unfired clay – and other supportive elements to create these pieces that are built on site and will only last as long as their respective exhibition. Because Cummings’ sculptures are the natural color of the clay they look as though they’d be right at home adorning an immaculate mausoleum.

 

 

 

 

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Bump Vessels

 

Bump is a collection of borosilicate vessels designed by Tom Dixon that’s just about perfect for entertaining. Each double-walled piece is handmade in muted pinks and greys, resembling building blocks we all played with as kids. The collection includes three vases, a teapot, a jug, tea cups, and glasses.

 

 

 

 

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Haskell Prism Sunglasses

 

I have a bit of an addiction… to sunglasses. My collection runs about thirty pairs deep, with none costing more than $100 and most hovering around the $30 point. So far this summer I’ve restrained myself from adding any more, but then I spied these Haskell Prism Sunglasses from Warby Parker. They’re available in an entire spectrum of colors and are such a statement-maker!

 

 

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Emma Hartvig

 

Paris-based Swedish photographer Emma Hartvig has a way behind the camera that makes every shot seem right out of a glamorous Hollywood film. Her staging capabilities are impeccable, as are the narratives she strives to capture within each project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Roger Vail

 

Amusement parks and carnivals are two of my favorite things – the energy, the smells, and the people-watching all combine for the perfect summer adventure! Roger Vail started photographing their thrill rides with his 8 x 10-inch view camera back in 1970, his pictures made in the evening hours with long exposure times. The result of these extended moments, which track the momentum of the ride, offer up the childlike sense of wonderment that keeps me going back year after year for more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Plain Pins

 

Your jean jacket is probably tucked away in the closet for summer, but there are plenty of other ways to wear enamel pins – especially these ones. Check out Plain Pins. These easy to wear enamel pins are meant for every day and designed to be worn color-blocked, coordinated or clashing, as singles or in pairs. I love their minimalistic style and go with everything look!

 

 

 

 

 

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Camille Walala / WALALA x PLAY

 

Over the past few years we’ve seen the resurgence of the Memphis Movement and last September Camille Walala brought her spin to WALALA x PLAY, her latest project at London’s NOW Gallery. The colorful, graphic labyrinth encourages visitors to unleash their inner child while leading them towards a puzzle where they’re asked to find the differences between similar images. Walala’s influences also include the Ndebele tribe and optical art master Vasarely, as well as the simple desire to put a smile on people’s faces.

 

 

 

 

Photos by Charles Emerson

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Havoc Hendricks

 

Havoc Hendricks is inspired by minimalism, both as a way of life as it concerns aesthetics. His art focuses on the complex patterns that can be found through nature viewed through a minimalist’s perspective. This so-called “detailed minimalism” translates incredibly well through Hendricks’ paintings – make sure you check out the moons and geodes.

 

 

 

 

 

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Beautiful Wears S/S 2018

Print Tube Dress // Stripes One Dress
Fluorescent Over Dress // Fluorescent Flounce Blazer

 

Ballet Suede // Semi Cordovan Mule
Semi Cordovan Runner // Hand Molded Leather Sandal

 

Multicolor Leather Tote // Leather Buckle Clutch
Leather Crossbody Box Bag // Medium Crossbody Zip Bag

 

The Nicks Dress // The Piper Dress
The Quinn Dress // The Theo Dress

 

Joni Dress // Kate Jumpsuit
Ella Top // Trumpet Pant

 

Cream Utility Short // Sun Fade Wash Palma Jumpsuit
Moss Loop Dress // Cream Lune Sweater

 

Venetian Backless Velvet Slipper Shoes
Venetian Velvet Slipper Shoes

 

Lucia Blouse // Lina Jumpsuit
Claudine Jacket // Sophie Top

 

Whitney Dress // Lily Blouse
Olive Dress // Thea Blouse

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