BY BUST Magazine
on Feb 10, 2014
Sir Tom is Sydney, Australia-based designer Anne Waters’ line of handmade housewares and handbags.
Spotty Clutch, $70, sirtom.etsy.com
Mix It Up
Double your print action with a silk chiffon scarf, handmade in California by Kindah Khalidy.
The "Nice to Meet You" Silk Scarf, $140, kindahkhalidy.com
In Fine Leathers
German illustrator Peggy Wolf’s line of handmade cases displays her eye for design on natural materials.
iPhone Sleeve, $25, blackbirdandtheowl.etsy. Read More
BY Emma Orlow
on Jul 16, 2012
Why is it that we belittle those interested in learning by calling them “nerds?" I personally don't believe there is such a thing as a guilty pleasure (unless you’re a serial killer or something), but being interested in books or science or math definitely shouldn’t be considered a “guilty” pleasure. Read More
Have you ever come across certain rocks or leaves and wished you could just hang them around your neck or from your ears? Well, maybe not, but probably only because they needed a bit of tweaking before gracing your body. New York-based jewelry designer Irene of Metaxa does just this, translating the work of nature into beautiful, wearable jewelry. Her take on nature-as-accessories goes beyond the literal, incorporating natural forms in subtle ways. Read More
BY Intern Maura
on Feb 27, 2012
So clip-on earrings aren't exactly "on-trend" as far as I know, but ever since my earlobe ripped (it's pretty gnarly and I'm strangely proud of it), I've had to acquire an appreciation for them-- which wasn't difficult! The thing about clip-on earrings is that many of them--especially vintage ones--are like little brooches for your ears. They're often much prettier and more intricate than regular earrings, they're unique, and they stand out more. At the same time, they're also more pull off-able than say, statement necklaces (looking at you, weird bib things). Read More