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Floral Puff Sleeve Mini Dress

REQUIRED: this fitted floral mini dress in an hourglass silhouette with a ruched bustline, puff sleeves and elastic shoulder details is on every Instagrammer’s list and is perfect for summertime… AVAILABLE HERE

Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

PARIS IS HAVING A HEATWAVE and it’s only 13°C here in the English countryside. We call it a British Summer, but London is fine and is nearly as warm as Paris (but not quite). The locals here seem content to wear light jackets even in late June, for everything is lush and green and everywhere there is a fury of roses (our Instagram Stories is filled with them)…

News 06.24.19 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

Books are easy to take for granted. Not any specific book, I mean: the form of a book. Paper or pixels—it hardly matters. Words in lines on pages in chapters. And at least for non-fiction books, one implied assumption at the foundation: people absorb knowledge by reading sentences.

Shopping: A Few Things on our List for Summertime

OFFICIALLY SUMMERTIME and from ruffled mules in summer’s favourite colour to natural rattan cane serving trays for drinks en plein air; linen wrap mini dresses and drop earrings made of the most romantic South Sea pearls; broderie anglaise and layers of tulle in a pleated day skirt, here are a few things on our shopping list lately…

Playlist 06.23.19 : Five Songs for the Weekend

Over the past decade, Caroline Polachek has led several artistic lives over. As half of beloved indie pop group Chairlift, she wielded her bright falsetto like a secret weapon, detonating their groove-based songs with blasts of vitality, sadness, or both.

News 06.21.19 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

The footprints are still there, the striped tread of Neil Armstrong’s boots, caked into dust. There’s no atmosphere on the moon, no wind and no water. Footprints don’t blow away and they don’t wash away and there’s no one up there to trample them…

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