In today's photo-obsessed, highly Pinterested world, finding inspiring imagery often feels like sifting through miles of sand for a lost ring. It's overwhelming, and, most of the time, leaves us in an I've-been-staring-at-a-computer-screen-too-long sweat.
Which is precisely why we're so crazy for L.A.-based textile designer Joanna Williams' latest project. The Kneeland Co. Research Library is an appointment-only archive of images, textiles, art books, jewelry, handmade treasures from far-away lands, and tons of other creatively inspiring curiosities. But, instead of going on and on about it, we'll let Williams and the images speak for themselves.
(Sidenote: We definitely recommend pinning the following photos to your Pinterest account).
Not in L.A.? Follow Williams here & here for seriously inspiring images.
The Lanvin show was last on yesterday's Paris Fashion Week lineup, and it took a strong second wind for us to strut our jet-lagged selves up to the venue (in the dark, in heels, on cobblestone). We could see the crowd forming from down the block, and it was mostly lookers on attempting to glimpse the front row read
Here's a shopping truth: Finding bras that are both supportive and stylish is trickier when your breasts are a DD cup or higher. Seeing that as a challenge rather than a sad fact of life, we went straight to the bra-fit experts at Panache, ThirdLove, Wacoal, and Eveden to find the most comfortable, flattering, and read