Domus books, vintage postcards, and fabric remnants.
We love Post 27. Tell us what's going on in the store these days.
"I'm very excited about the addition of fashion to the store... I met Evelyn Daitchman (of Axis of Evelyn) after an inspiring trip to Europe. Her vintage is the perfect fit for the store." [Evelyn also styled Angela for this gorgeous shoot.] "Mixing clothing into a furnishings shop just makes sense. Good design is needed in all objects that surround our lives. We also recently launched our blog, Outpost, and we're very proud of it."
Skirt and Blouse by local designer Annie Novotny of Frei Designs. Vintage Ram Belt buckle from a flea market. Antique turkish rug, and sofa by John Hutton for Holly Hunt. Q pillows by shapes and colors, sold at Post 27
If you can narrow it down, who has influenced your style?
"The first was my grandmother, she lived in an amazing house with a blend of '50s lighting and formica mixed with traditional built-in China cabinets. I could sketch almost every detail of her home from memory. Also, Sophie Lachaert is one of my biggest inspirations, she has the most amazing taste."
Vintage blue fox tail clip by Meghan Lorenz, a photo of Angela's grandmother fishing, cork collection, fossilized rock print from the original cabinet of natural curiosities.
What three items from your wardrobe do you wear most often? "My Jim Barnier boots for sure, they make me smile every time I put them on. I bought a vintage trench coat from Evelyn's collection, people say I look like a private eye when I wear it. Also belts. My grandmother had an entire closet for them. They are the perfect accessory, there are so many ways to wear them."
Vintage jacket from the Axis of Evelyn collection, earrings by Janet Ecklebarger, and Jack, Angela's rescue dog. Angela's antique brush collection.
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