been tinkering around with swarovski crystals lately. they are so incredibly ::radiant::
expect to see them pop up in the next onyx feather collection...
via | t magazine blog
when domino magazine folded, a little part of my accessible-design heart did as well. however, after looking through the new online shelter magazine “rue” all my ventricles are beginning to pump again. loving the black and gold DIY room created with the wallpaper brand mentioned here. reminds me of the onyx feather cairo colors. and the modern cobalt telephone in the “man in the blue blazer” spread? brilliant. the search is on for one.
all images | via rue
(truffle oil is the movie equivalent of that healing potion in narnia/lord of the rings/harry potter--basically any weird good vs. evil fantasy film--that the hero pours on a wound and suddenly it's healed and 5x better than it was before.)
the image above is from simply recipes. great food blog to check out for people who love simple but creative recipes.
i'm frequently asked why onyx feather supports invisible children. the short answer: they are brilliant storytellers, who not only innovatively disperse a message we need to hear, but also lead by example by taking the first steps to make a difference. it’s explained in detail on the about and mission pages of the onyx feather website.
• 91% of students are orphans
• 26.1% of students are orphans because of HIV/AIDS
• 23.9% of students are orphans due to war
• 5.5% of students are members of child-headed families
• 4.3% of students are child mothers
• 13.7% of students have been abducted by the LRA at least once
although the article is about bisoni transitioning her place to a tranquil retreat, i was instantly drawn to this article because of the eclectic imagery—graffiti, vintage pieces, juxtaposition of colors, the list goes on. she has a stark white bedroom accented with some of her grandmother’s favorite things (hello, vintage), old family photos, and art books. even though most of us don’t have as much living space as bisoni, the key is to find ways to mix the old with the new. the benefit of remixing? it’s unique to you and only you. enjoy it. —j.woodson
image | page six
edgy. the volumunious sleeves of this dress (mod cloth) paired with via manzoni booties (anthropologie) make this an instant winner. go full throttle by skipping the cardigan and opting for a leather jacket instead.