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Stuff We Love

6 Coffee-Table Books That Are as Stunning as They Are Captivating

Stuff We Love BY courtney conway 12/12/2018
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A coffee-table book says a lot about you - and if you check out what the North Carolina-based bag designer Ann Howell Bullard has stacked up in her living room, you'll get a portrait of an art enthusiast with an eye for idiosyncrasy. Here are six she keeps at the ready for visitors to peruse and for when she's hungry for fresh ideas for her own charming, hand-painted patterns. READ MORE
Eat This

A Legendary Family Cookie Hearty Enough to Eat for Breakfast

Eat This 12/11/2018
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The textile designer behind Dittohouse, Molly Fitzpatrick, knows a thing or two about keeping things cozy - and that extends to the absolutely perfect, crispy-chewy cookie recipe her Ohio family has been making ever since her grandmother perfected them decades ago. "This cookie isn't like any other cookie I've ever had before. It's kind of like a biscuit," Molly explains. "It is really thick and soft and has layers to it. It includes lard and also butter and buttermilk and eggs - so it's nice and heavy. Some of my family will even eat them for breakfast." They're so scrumptious that it's worth shaking up any baking traditions you may already have in place - we promise we won't tell your kin. READ MORE
Stuff We Love

What It’s like When Art Is the Family Biz

Stuff We Love 12/09/2018
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"I work backwards," says Devon Pavlovits by way of explaining the process for creating her jewelry line. "Once I happen upon a material with a texture, shape, or color that inspires me, I'll design a piece of jewelry from there. I can't imagine working the other way around." That go-with-the-flow approach is also how she ended up in the accessories business to begin with. The daughter of a textile artist and a lighting designer, she originally rebelled to study psychology - but quickly followed in her parents' footsteps and enrolled at the Otis College of Art and Design and later the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. It was there that Devon started dabbling in jewelry for herself - but she didn't consider it as a career until the compliments began rolling in. Soon, the Etsy orders started rolling in as well. As she remembers, "I just kept saying yes and then figuring it out later." Figure it out she did - her collection pairs semi-precious stones, irregularly shaped pearls, and hand-blown glass (made by her super-talented brother) to make completely original forms, which range from delicate to sculptural. At the end of the day, it's still all about her gut instincts. "One day, I'll want to wear minimal, gold pieces, and the next I'll want to wear something super-extra," she says. "So I make all those things." READ MORE
Key to the City

9 Stops That Make for a Perfect Trip to Marrakech

Key to the City 12/07/2018
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The jeweler Victoria Young gets plenty of ideas for her line from her homebase in the Bay Area, but she's also a big fan of a major trip to both rest her brain and get different synapses firing. Her most recent voyage? To Morocco, where she and her partner toured souks, stayed in a historic riad, and drank all the mint tea. Now you can do the same. READ MORE

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