Category Archives: design

Perfectly Simple: March Monogram Tableware

I’ve become such a fan of simple, white tableware. It goes with every setting, can be dressed up or down, and let’s face it: Instagram shots of croissants look better when said croissant isn’t competing with a pattern for attention. Since moving to London, I’ve become attached to my Emma Bridgewater Utility dishes, and I know […]

Felix Doolittle for Paperless Post

I’m such a fan of Paperless Post, and the company’s endeavors to lend online design of cards and invitations a touch of elegance. Using the site is easy and fun, whether you choose click-and-send or flat print. Not to mention, their roster of designers is top-notch. I’m so pleased to announce that one of my favorite […]

Faculty Department // Justin Chung

Through his work, Brooklyn-based photographer Justin Chung seeks to convey the “realness” of moments. His photos, with an eye for the quotidian, feel a bit like personal snapshots, drawing you in and forging a connection to the subject at hand. A month-long assignment in Paris spent photographing artists and entrepreneurs brought about Chung’s first book, […]

Valentines from In Haus Press

For Valentine’s Day, why not keep it super simple — and pretty — with these striking cards from In Haus Press? Black text on bright white never fails to appeal, and while I’m loving all of the French phrases (très chic), I think I’m indulging in a set of “xoxo” cards. I just hope the pink […]

Geraldine Magazine

I’m always ready to embrace something new in print, and so when one of my favorite calligraphers, Janis Anzalone, started Instagram-ing previews of work she was doing for a new wedding magazine, I was all eyes/ears. Geraldine launched in December 2014, and Editor-in-Chief Daniel Tran has presented a knockout debut. The magazine is filled with inspiration whether you’re a bride-to-be […]