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Starting with the goods from our own home turf, heritage prints have exploded in the home-design scene, from Southwestern Navajo blankets to indigo-dyed denim coverlets to tropical Aloha patterns. However, from beyond our borders lies a literal world of prints, and textile expert Soup Home has dedicated its business to bringing the best of the world's folk fabrics to your home. Collaborating for the second time with Urban Outfitters, their union — called Noodle — travels to Japan and Morocco for an organic, sustainable, ethically sourced collection of shibori prints, carpet pillows, and a paillette-covered wedding blanket. The collection will retail for $69 to $799 and will be available online and in stores this month.
From surprising sandwich mash-ups to unlikely friendships, we never tire of unexpected combinations. So, when we heard about the Dr. Dreidel — a Hanukkah dreidel that bears the likeness of Dr. Dre — well, we were sold.
San Francisco artist Hannah Rothstein is ruling the holidays yet again (you might remember her read
In an ideal world, nothing would be expected of us in the mornings. We could roll out of bed whenever we felt like it and eat breakfast on our own terms. Cold pizza! Who's with me?
In the real world, though, mornings can be rough, and we've been told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It's important read