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CELEBRATING THE LIFE AND WORK OF CALUDE LALANNE | French artist and sculptor, and one half of les Lalanne, Claude Lalanne, dies at 93 | image via ARTSY, photo ‘Claude Lalanne with the Choupatte Géante’ in 2016. Photo by Capucine de Chabaneix. © The Artist. Courtesy of Ben Brown Fine Arts.      LINK HERE >>>

CELEBRATING THE LIFE AND WORK OF CALUDE LALANNE | French artist and sculptor, and one half of les Lalanne, Claude Lalanne, dies at 93 | image via ARTSY, photo ‘Claude Lalanne with the Choupatte Géante’ in 2016. Photo by Capucine de Chabaneix. © The Artist. Courtesy of Ben Brown Fine Arts.

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BRIGETTE ROMANEK’S LAUREL CANYON HOME |  C Magazine takes a look into the remodelled Laurel Canyon home of designer Brigette Romanek, husband Mark Romanek and their two daughters | image Shade Degges, via C MAGAZINE    LINK HERE >>>

BRIGETTE ROMANEK’S LAUREL CANYON HOME | C Magazine takes a look into the remodelled Laurel Canyon home of designer Brigette Romanek, husband Mark Romanek and their two daughters | image Shade Degges, via C MAGAZINE

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MICHELLE OKA DONER, IN RESIDENCE |  NOWNESS writer and director Max Hemmings takes a look inside the Manhattan based studio apartment, where artist Michelle Oka Doner both works and lives. “It’s a labatory for the living, it’s fluid. I never feel confined when I am here. It contains my worls…” - Michelle Oka Doner. It’s a wonderland | via NOWNESS      LINK HERE >>>

MICHELLE OKA DONER, IN RESIDENCE | NOWNESS writer and director Max Hemmings takes a look inside the Manhattan based studio apartment, where artist Michelle Oka Doner both works and lives. “It’s a labatory for the living, it’s fluid. I never feel confined when I am here. It contains my worls…” - Michelle Oka Doner. It’s a wonderland | via NOWNESS

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RANCHO SANTA FE VILLA BY ATELIER AM |  If you are fortunate enough to have visited Santa Fe, you’ll understand how this home, by Atelier AM, not only encapsulates the very unique spirit of Santa Fe to a T, as well as that of the design firm, belonging to Alexandra and Michael Misczynski | image via ATELIER AM    LINK HERE >>>

RANCHO SANTA FE VILLA BY ATELIER AM | If you are fortunate enough to have visited Santa Fe, you’ll understand how this home, by Atelier AM, not only encapsulates the very unique spirit of Santa Fe to a T, as well as that of the design firm, belonging to Alexandra and Michael Misczynski | image via ATELIER AM

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A GARDEN CAN BE ANYWHERE: CREATING BEAUTIFUL AND BOUNTIFUL EDIBLE GARDENS |  In this book Edible Gardens LA’s Lauri Kranz shares tips, tricks, and insights into the building, maintenance and joy of growing food for yourself and your family. A must buy | Image Brian Ferry, via Edible Gardens LA    LINK HERE >>>

A GARDEN CAN BE ANYWHERE: CREATING BEAUTIFUL AND BOUNTIFUL EDIBLE GARDENS | In this book Edible Gardens LA’s Lauri Kranz shares tips, tricks, and insights into the building, maintenance and joy of growing food for yourself and your family. A must buy | Image Brian Ferry, via Edible Gardens LA

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SOPHIE BUHAI ‘SS19 ON AXELLE’ |  It’s wonderful to see jewellery designer Sophie Buhai continue to bring her signature brand of chic to a more inclusive audience. Perhaps the most beautiful campaign shot to date | image via Sophie Buhai, photo Marie Dehe    LINK HERE >>

SOPHIE BUHAI ‘SS19 ON AXELLE’ | It’s wonderful to see jewellery designer Sophie Buhai continue to bring her signature brand of chic to a more inclusive audience. Perhaps the most beautiful campaign shot to date | image via Sophie Buhai, photo Marie Dehe

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MADE IN JAPAN SERVEWARE |  For those of us in Australia MADE IN JAPAN is undoubtedly one of, if not, the best place for all of your serveware needs. Made In Japan “…specialise in supplying ceramics and tableware from small family-run businesses in Japan.” | image Keat Lee, via Made In Japan    LINK HERE >>>

MADE IN JAPAN SERVEWARE | For those of us in Australia MADE IN JAPAN is undoubtedly one of, if not, the best place for all of your serveware needs. Made In Japan “…specialise in supplying ceramics and tableware from small family-run businesses in Japan.” | image Keat Lee, via Made In Japan

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THE BITTI DENIM SKIRT FROM TOTEME |  The Bitti Denim skirt is Toteme’s first denim skirt offering, and the perfect alternative to denim jeans, "... made with non-stretch cotton. It sits high on the waist and has a fitted silhouette, back pockets, a back slits and a midi length." | image via Toteme    LINK HERE >>>

THE BITTI DENIM SKIRT FROM TOTEME | The Bitti Denim skirt is Toteme’s first denim skirt offering, and the perfect alternative to denim jeans, "... made with non-stretch cotton. It sits high on the waist and has a fitted silhouette, back pockets, a back slits and a midi length." | image via Toteme

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LOEWE BASKETS, VISIONARY CRAFT AT SALONE IN MILAN |  "Presenting an exhibition of basketry, hand quilting and calligraphy for our fifth project at the annual Salone del Mobile in Milan. After four appearances at the furniture fair, we are returning for 2019 with our most ambitious instalment, giving voice to time-honoured weaving techniques and the masters who maintain them." | image via Loewe    LINK HERE >>>

LOEWE BASKETS, VISIONARY CRAFT AT SALONE IN MILAN | "Presenting an exhibition of basketry, hand quilting and calligraphy for our fifth project at the annual Salone del Mobile in Milan. After four appearances at the furniture fair, we are returning for 2019 with our most ambitious instalment, giving voice to time-honoured weaving techniques and the masters who maintain them." | image via Loewe

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PLY-KNITS’ LATEST SCI-FI INSPIRED PORTRAIT SERIES: ‘SWITCHING PLANETS, CHANGING SHIPS.’ |  Paper Magazine take an early look at the latest, undoubtedly brilliant, campaign offering from Carolyn Yim and Ply-Knits: “Drawing on the world of classic sci-fi, the photo series focuses less on the genre and more on the era's retro aesthetic. Yim borrows set props from Stanley Kubrick's grand sci-fi opus, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and makes use of some unused archival photos to create this uncanny valley film set where streamlined visions of tomorrow collide with the chic warmth of her knits." | image via Paper Magazine and Ply-Knits    LINK HERE >>>

PLY-KNITS’ LATEST SCI-FI INSPIRED PORTRAIT SERIES: ‘SWITCHING PLANETS, CHANGING SHIPS.’ | Paper Magazine take an early look at the latest, undoubtedly brilliant, campaign offering from Carolyn Yim and Ply-Knits: “Drawing on the world of classic sci-fi, the photo series focuses less on the genre and more on the era's retro aesthetic. Yim borrows set props from Stanley Kubrick's grand sci-fi opus, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and makes use of some unused archival photos to create this uncanny valley film set where streamlined visions of tomorrow collide with the chic warmth of her knits." | image via Paper Magazine and Ply-Knits

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BRYAN O’SULLIVAN STUDIO | With maximum views of the park, this Fifth Avenue Apartment by Irish designer Bryan O’Sullivan is the ultimate exercise in restraint, emphasised by the muted, harmonious colour palette throughout | image via BOSS STUDIO    LINK HERE >>>

BRYAN O’SULLIVAN STUDIO | With maximum views of the park, this Fifth Avenue Apartment by Irish designer Bryan O’Sullivan is the ultimate exercise in restraint, emphasised by the muted, harmonious colour palette throughout | image via BOSS STUDIO

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ADJACENT FIELD, A MULTIPLE INSTALLATION BY ARTIST LINDA TEGG |  "A large living installation of spontaneous plants picked from abandoned sites in the area of Milan – this is the stem of what artist Linda Tegg has conceived with Lucie and Luke Meier for the spaces of Jil Sander’s headquarters, on the occasion of Milan Design Week 2019 and to introduce the first in a new series of Jil Sander+ collections. Durable products, for both women and men, made for life outside of the city: time spent in the mountains, by the sea, in the countryside." | image via Jil Sander    LINK HERE >>>

ADJACENT FIELD, A MULTIPLE INSTALLATION BY ARTIST LINDA TEGG | "A large living installation of spontaneous plants picked from abandoned sites in the area of Milan – this is the stem of what artist Linda Tegg has conceived with Lucie and Luke Meier for the spaces of Jil Sander’s headquarters, on the occasion of Milan Design Week 2019 and to introduce the first in a new series of Jil Sander+ collections. Durable products, for both women and men, made for life outside of the city: time spent in the mountains, by the sea, in the countryside." | image via Jil Sander

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