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Pillows are sort of like potato chips — you really can't have just one. They're too good. They can tie a color scheme together and add the special pop that a couch or bed needs. And, they're so comfy. So, our hearts went all aflutter after seeing Brooklyn-based Rebecca Atwood's new spring pillow collection. We didn't know a lookbook about only pillows could be so wonderful. The line features shibori-dyed fabrics, hand-painted stripes, and white pigment prints on natural linen — and we want them all.
Atwood uses reverse fabrics so that whenever you want a refresh, you can just flip one of her creations over for a whole new look. Plus, the soft tangerines and azure recall everything we love about summer. And, sure, they're a bit of a splurge at $175 each, but any one of the beautiful pieces ahead could just elevate your pillow talk to the next level.
Pop-up shops have come a long way in the past few years: What was first foreign and new quickly became wildly popular (maybe even to a fault). But, now, with pop-ups no longer a trending topic, we're left with a refined collection of the best. In other words, a holiday pop-up (generally) no longer means a cramped space read
Karlie Kloss is perpetually on the go. One minute, she's seat-dancing front-row at the American Music Awards alongside BFF Taylor Swift, and the next she's soaking in an infinitely pool in Big Sur. So, it's no surprise that she has airport style down to a science.
Her travel look is all about the basics, but the read