Category Archive: Fashion

Bracelet Design

I started 2015 with one of my favorite things- Jewelry. I had a sentimental necklace pendant with a labradorite stone that I never wore (it just wasn’t my style), but I always kept… Continue reading

Custom Perfection

It’s often a taken-for-granted experience to be creatively on the same page as someone else. Sometimes you may think that your words and images are portraying what you want, but then when the… Continue reading

‘Tis the season for gifting | Global Goods Partners

Good retail companies focus on two things, selling nice products, and helping others. Monroe&Co recently redesigned the website for Global Goods Partners to improve the look and usability. It’s super simple to navigate, and perfectly… Continue reading

Karma | Charbonize 2013, and the act of looking out for your fellow man.

In previous posts, I talked about the laptop and ipad cases that I bought from an Etsy merchant/ designer, Charbonize. Both of those cases are still awesome, even 3 years later. They have held… Continue reading

Jewelry making

Inspired by my summer jewelry crafting, a few friends got on board and started making their own jewelry too. Admittedly, theirs were much cooler than mine, but I was happy either way. 🙂… Continue reading

NYIGF | 2012

This was my first year attending the NYIGF (New York International Gift Fair, at the Javits). It is a huge wholesale show of (mostly) small home goods, handmade items, Christmas stuff, and jewelry.… Continue reading

3D Printing

3D printing technology has made so many things possible. I am so excited every time I see something new and interesting that has been 3D printed. I recently found out that you could… Continue reading

Ornamentum

One of my favorite non-furniture shops on Warren Street in Hudson, NY is Ornamentum. This gallery displays jewelry as art. Some of the more interesting pieces are almost un-wearable, but would be beautifully… Continue reading

Brooklyn Flea

At the Brooklyn Flea last weekend I saw so many cool things. Both new and old alike, each piece seemed unique and special… With everyone into ‘vintage this’ and ‘antique that’, flea markets… Continue reading

Milan 2012 | Street Scene

One thing that we (Zac Feltoon and I)  enjoyed the most during Milan design week, was walking around the smaller shows (smaller than Saloni.. ie: Tortona, Lambrate, MOST, etc) and their surrounding areas.… Continue reading