We’re thrilled to see Aimee Song featured on The Coveteur. Finally!
Her interior design expertise/ exquisite taste is evident by her home décor and of course, as we all knew, that discerning eye for style.
Also noteworthy are her array of impeccable shoes, a structured Givenchy bag and, well, everything. Covet away.
Although we tend to gravitate toward bold colors and intricate patterns, we’ll take a good black on black ensemble any day.
Happy 2013 to all of you! A new year of course means a new, better version of yourself. And now that we’re back in one of the coldest months of the year, we’ve decided to round up some of our favorite beauty products that will do nothing but make you shine in this chilly weather. We believe that if your skin and hair are healthy then your make up is hardly an essential. Let your natural beauty radiate through with these daily hair and skin foundations.
Put your best face forward face wash, by Origins
For when you see that first wrinkle, Kiehls has your back.
Life-changing shampoo a la Mr. Fekkai
Repairing conditioner from Nexxus:
Bumble & Bumble brings you softer hair, anytime.
For effective yet gentle exfoliation, Philosophy shares their philosophy.
For tired eyes, AHAVA gives you the gift of rest.
There’s a standout element(s) here making this casual look from Peace Love Shea a head turner.
The olive jacket pairs well with the leopard which pairs well with the tortoise sunglasses and is tied together by black and cream tones.
An understated statement is always a look we love. Our cursive nameplate on Shea reinforces this sentiment.
Because we’re quite taken with all art forms, we’ve decided to turn our attention to interior design for a bit. Can one truly be happy if not in a happy home? Absolutely not! Your everyday space shapes who you are, what you’re thinking and what inspires you. And just like fashion, decorating and design are tremendous forms of self-expression.
What’s your design aesthetic? From bohemian to minimalist to shabby chic to opulence, we love it all.
Here’s a look at some of the inside spaces we’re dying to emulate: