08 December 2013

FAR FAR FROM LAND

Gothic Mermaids (or my dream editorial) in W Magazine. See the rest here.





29 November 2013

...AND SO IT BEGINS

Happy Holidays! We're helping kick them off with 20% everything in the shop! Just use the code HOLIDAZE20 and check out all the new inventory!



18 November 2013

MYSTIC FALL

Got out of the city only to experience an amazing hike through the rain/fog/mist. 






11 November 2013

20 October 2013

FABIAN BÜRGY

Swiss artist/sculptor currently based in Berlin. See more of his work here.





07 October 2013

MONDAZE

Desk vibes today. ***HINT*** the background on the iphone is a sneak peek of something coming VERY SOON that we are VERY EXCITED about.


VISIONS

Unrelated to jewelry, check out this kickstarter project! It was definitely a labor of love.


03 October 2013

READING LIST

As part of the exhibition David Bowie Is, a retrospective on the artist, here's Mr. Ziggy Stardust's top 100 books. Go for it.

The Age of American Unreason, Susan Jacoby, 2008
The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, Junot Diaz, 2007
The Coast of Utopia (trilogy), Tom Stoppard, 2007
Teenage: The Creation of Youth 1875-1945, Jon Savage, 2007
Fingersmith, Sarah Waters, 2002
The Trial of Henry Kissinger, Christopher Hitchens, 2001
Mr. Wilson’s Cabinet of Wonder, Lawrence Weschler, 1997
A People’s Tragedy: The Russian Revolution 1890-1924, Orlando Figes, 1997
The Insult, Rupert Thomson, 1996
Wonder Boys, Michael Chabon, 1995
The Bird Artist, Howard Norman, 1994
Kafka Was The Rage: A Greenwich Village Memoir, Anatole Broyard, 1993
Beyond the Brillo Box: The Visual Arts in Post-Historical Perspective, Arthur C. Danto, 1992
Sexual Personae: Art and Decadence from Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson, Camille Paglia, 1990
David Bomberg, Richard Cork, 1988
Sweet Soul Music: Rhythm and Blues and the Southern Dream of Freedom, Peter Guralnick, 1986
The Songlines, Bruce Chatwin, 1986
Hawksmoor, Peter Ackroyd, 1985
Nowhere To Run: The Story of Soul Music, Gerri Hirshey, 1984
Nights at the Circus, Angela Carter, 1984
Money, Martin Amis, 1984
White Noise, Don DeLillo, 1984
Flaubert’s Parrot, Julian Barnes, 1984
The Life and Times of Little Richard, Charles White, 1984
A People’s History of the United States, Howard Zinn, 1980
A Confederacy of Dunces, John Kennedy Toole, 1980
Interviews with Francis Bacon, David Sylvester, 1980
Darkness at Noon, Arthur Koestler, 1980
Earthly Powers, Anthony Burgess, 1980
Raw (a ‘graphix magazine’) 1980-91
Viz (magazine) 1979 –
The Gnostic Gospels, Elaine Pagels, 1979
Metropolitan Life, Fran Lebowitz, 1978
In Between the Sheets, Ian McEwan, 1978
Writers at Work: The Paris Review Interviews, ed. Malcolm Cowley, 1977
The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind, Julian Jaynes, 1976
Tales of Beatnik Glory, Ed Saunders, 1975
Mystery Train, Greil Marcus, 1975
Selected Poems, Frank O’Hara, 1974
Before the Deluge: A Portrait of Berlin in the 1920s, Otto Friedrich, 1972
In Bluebeard’s Castle : Some Notes Towards the Re-definition of Culture, George Steiner, 1971
Octobriana and the Russian Underground, Peter Sadecky, 1971
The Sound of the City: The Rise of Rock and Roll, Charlie Gillete, 1970
The Quest For Christa T, Christa Wolf, 1968
Awopbopaloobop Alopbamboom: The Golden Age of Rock, Nik Cohn, 1968
The Master and Margarita, Mikhail Bulgakov, 1967
Journey into the Whirlwind, Eugenia Ginzburg, 1967
Last Exit to Brooklyn, Hubert Selby Jr. , 1966
In Cold Blood, Truman Capote, 1965
City of Night, John Rechy, 1965
Herzog, Saul Bellow, 1964
Puckoon, Spike Milligan, 1963
The American Way of Death, Jessica Mitford, 1963
The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With The Sea, Yukio Mishima, 1963
The Fire Next Time, James Baldwin, 1963
A Clockwork Orange, Anthony Burgess, 1962
Inside the Whale and Other Essays, George Orwell, 1962
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Muriel Spark, 1961
Private Eye (magazine) 1961 –
On Having No Head: Zen and the Rediscovery of the Obvious, Douglas Harding, 1961
Silence: Lectures and Writing, John Cage, 1961
Strange People, Frank Edwards, 1961
The Divided Self, R. D. Laing, 1960
All The Emperor’s Horses, David Kidd,1960
Billy Liar, Keith Waterhouse, 1959
The Leopard, Giuseppe Di Lampedusa, 1958
On The Road, Jack Kerouac, 1957
The Hidden Persuaders, Vance Packard, 1957
Room at the Top, John Braine, 1957
A Grave for a Dolphin, Alberto Denti di Pirajno, 1956
The Outsider, Colin Wilson, 1956
Lolita, Vladimir Nabokov, 1955
Nineteen Eighty-Four, George Orwell, 1949
The Street, Ann Petry, 1946
Black Boy, Richard Wright, 1945

30 September 2013

GIVENCHY

As far as I'm concerned, Givenchy wins with this look. AND THAT MASK!

16 August 2013

#GAMECHANGER

Now thinking how did I ever live without this nespresso machine? 

Check out our instagram for more pretty pictures of our coffee...

25 June 2013

05 April 2013

SUMMERTIME

So even though New York hasn't gotten the memo it's April... I'm thinking ahead to summer, and ingesting some of this deliciousness. It's so refreshing I wish I was drinking this pool-side.










































I just blended the following together:

Blueberry
Mango
Kale
Coconut Water
Flax Seed

03 April 2013

50 OF A KIND

In case you missed it, our second edition for Of A Kind dropped on Sunday. Get more details about the edition here, and don't miss out!



15 March 2013

STEP UP

Guys, I've totes stepped up my instagram game. And I promise to keep up the momentum and curate the feed to the best of my (exhausted) ability. CHEERS! IT'S FRIDAY!




12 March 2013

CAMO ROUND UP

Fresh takes on camo for the boys (or the girls) in these bags by Herschel, Forestbound, and Stussy.




DEAD KOOKS

I can confidently assume most of New York is counting down until summertime, and stumbling across these custom boards by Dead Kooks (out of the gold coast) is just making me dream of the beach and surf that much more.






29 January 2013

A RESOLUTION COMPLETE

Previously I posted about Paul Willoughby and the artwork he does for Little White Lies. I made a resolution for this year to purchase investment pieces for home (art, furniture) rather than clothes, and what better way to kick it off with this piece?