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Stuff We Love

How One Designer Runs Two Businesses From Home

Stuff We Love 02/14/2019
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Paige Cheyne describes her jewelry line, which she runs out of her L.A. home, as "pretty much a one-woman show" (though she does have an adorable cat and pup as co-workers). But in 2018 she took on whole new challenge - and a work wife - when launching the online vintage and independent design shop Weird Sisters with her close friend Jillian Maddocks of 323 Clothing. The two knew each other from trade shows and were looking for another outlet to highlight their fellow creative friends. Here's how Paige balances WFH - and occasionally work from Jillian's house - without getting overwhelmed. READ MORE
Key to the City

Where To Eat, Drink, Hang, and Heal in Budapest

Key to the City 02/13/2019
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"My mom, dad, and sister lived in Hungary until about 1979 before they had to escape communist rule and leave all their belongings behind," says designer Devon Pavlovits. They hid in Austria for six months before moving to L.A., where Devon was born and still resides. "After the Iron Curtain fell in 1991, we started going back every few years. Over the last two decades, it has become such a beautiful, lively, vibrant place to visit," she adds. And though Budapest is on the rise as a hip, casual destination for those without roots there, Devon says it's "crazy-cheap" and has kept its authenticity and charm. Here, she shares everything she loves about the Hungarian capital (including her family's own minimalist guesthouse that you can rent out for your stay!). READ MORE
Stuff We Love

5 Places to Take Budding Artists in L.A.

Stuff We Love 02/12/2019
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When Mijeong Park and Kevin Noh decided to donate some of the profits from their minimalist clothing line to a charity, it was an easy choice to support arts education in their hometown of L.A. The pair, a husband-and-wife dream team, wanted to give low-income kids access to the well-rounded education they're able to give their young son, Evan. Now, five percent of their online proceeds go to The Getty Center's school-visit program - and in honor of that, Mjieong also wanted to share their favorite places around town to expand some young (or older!) creative minds. READ MORE
Got It Made

How to Give Your Old, Heirloom Jewelry New Life

Got It Made 02/08/2019
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If you're lucky enough to inherit a grandmother's ring or a great-aunt's locket, you might be struggling with concurrent emotions of being #blessed...and feeling guilty that said necklace is collecting dust because Art Deco isn't your thing. Well, how about flipping it and turning it into something you will actually want to wear? That's what the Atlanta jewelry designer Starr Miller of Pieces of Starr does for clients when she's not hand-carving her constellation motifs on her own line of rings and pendants, and she has tips to share that are true gems. READ MORE

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