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Stuff We Love

5 Female Authors One Designer Can’t Stop Reading

Stuff We Love 01/18/2018
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When making her chunky, striking pieces, jewelry designer Lucie Page of Concrete Collective often draws on the female body. And when cracking open a book, she looks to access the female mind. All this means she has an A+ list of women writers she can't get enough of that she's itching to share - alert your Goodreads account. READ MORE
Get Outta Town

3 Desert Destinations That Fuel Really Good Ideas

Get Outta Town 01/17/2018
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When L.A. native Paige Cheyne head outs on a desert hike (her favorite off-duty activity), she always packs a few essentials - namely, her current collection of organic, amorphously-shaped metal necklaces and earrings. After all, their shapes are inspired by the rocks and landscapes she happens across while out there, so it makes sense for her to photograph them at their point of origin. "I love how they look out there, and it adds an extra sense of purpose," she explains. Here, her three top spots for arid inspiration. READ MORE
Key to the City

A Non-Tourist-y Guide to the Dominican Republic

Key to the City 01/16/2018
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Luz Ortiz's friends are lucky - anyone planning a trip to her birth country, the Dominican Republic, goes equipped with her insider, not-in-the guidebook tips. Well, we got you an in, too, and asked the woman of behind the wonderfully sleek, curvy jewelry line that bears her name what art - and food - you absolutely gotta consume if you make the journey yourself. READ MORE
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How Lisa Salzer-Wiles Created a Brick-and-Mortar Home for Lulu Frost After 14 Years

Stuff We Love BY olivia martin 01/12/2018
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Lisa Salzer-Wiles founded Lulu Frost, her line of distinctive, Deco-inspired jewelry, 14 years ago, but it took her that long to land on a just-right physical home for it. When a prime spot in Manhattan's Nolita neighborhood surfaced, she snapped it up, and, since opening in the summer of 2017, the space has hosted rotating installations, performances, fresh flowers, and even a popsicle stand. Here's Lisa on how she creates a real-life retail experience fit for an Insta stories age. READ MORE

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