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Interior Inspiration

Inside the Oregon House this Clothing Line Calls Home

Interior Inspiration BY katie nave freeman 03/13/2019
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When the clothing designer Lindsey Reif was looking for a new home for her modern clothing line Reifhaus, she made an unusual choice: She signed a lease on a bright house in Portland instead of a commercial space. Part showroom and part production shop, the new Reifhaus digs offer customers both a dreamy shopping experience and a backstage look at how each piece is handcrafted. Here, Lindsey's rolling out the welcome mat and inviting us in for a haus tour. READ MORE
Key to the City

A Guide to the Very Best Street Art in Oakland

Key to the City BY katie nave freeman 03/27/2019
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When it comes to her jewelry line, Harp, Shelly Harper draws major inspo from all the good style she sees on a daily basis around her home in Oakland. And since she spends so much time pounding the pavement for ideas, she's perfectly poised to share a list of her favorite street art, too. Tag along for a tour of the murals and graffiti she loves most - and why the medium means so much to her. READ MORE
Interior Inspiration

Inside the SF Studio a Handbag Designer Shares with Her Artist Grandmother

Interior Inspiration BY katie nave freeman 03/14/2019
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Hannah Tatar comes from a long line of close-knit artists, and when she started hand-making her own bags under the name Hannah Emile, she found herself the exact-right studio roomie: her grandmother, Myrna Tatar, a mixed-media sculptor. Here's the story of what they each bring to each other's process and the aesthetic that might just be in their blood. READ MORE
Eat This

5 Wineries Worth a Dreamy North Fork Day Trip

Eat This BY katie nave freeman 04/04/2019
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The North Fork of Long Island may have become a buzzy weekend destination for New Yorkers in recent years, but Lucie Wawryk was onto the beachy region's charms long, long ago. "I am a native of the East End of Long Island, and my family has deep generational roots here. My father owned a restaurant right on Main Street in Sag Harbor that my family lived above for a lot of my life," remembers Lucie, who now runs her own business, the jewelry line Concrete Collective, from Sag Harbor, on the island's South Fork, too. She's also an expert in the best vineyards to sip chilled rosé with stunning views - after all, as she says, "Wine and the North Fork are two of my great loves." READ MORE
Stuff We Love

All the Reasons Your Next Party Should Be a Picnic

Stuff We Love BY katie nave freeman 04/16/2019
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Sure, your monthly wine-and-cheese night is great, but if you're feeling antsy for a new kind of party plan, consider the humble picnic. For Liz Clark, there is no greater joy than basking in the glow of the Bay Area sunshine - especially when sprawled out on one of her own bright, color-blocked Nipomo blankets. That's why the busy babe launched a pop-up picnic club to encouraging her community (and herself!) to get outside and chill hard. Oh, and the whole thing has a bonus purpose, too, explains Liz: "Another goal is to spread awareness around the importance of cleaning up our outdoor spaces, so we bring along gloves and trash bags. Our hope is to build habits within our larger community." Here's how to follow in her footsteps. READ MORE

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