Collecting special, stylish items that are made with integrity and last over time doesn’t always mean making a big investment in your wardrobe. Whether it’s a tried-and-true staple from a heritage brand or a thoughtfully produced item from a local designer, there are a lot of ways to build a beautiful wardrobe without spending too much in the process. This summer I’m loving Solid & Striped’s swimsuits, Birkenstock’s sandals, and Merchant Modern’s bags. All are uniquely beautiful and built to last while being reasonably priced at the same time.
Jenni Kayne also has a new, more approachable price point as well, which kicked off with our summer collection. We’ve worked hard to gain access to resources that allow us to offer the same level of quality and craftsmanship while decreasing our production costs. As a result, we now have a host of special items that are under $200 but feel like luxury garments, from cashmere striped tanks and ribbed tees to delicate cotton tops. I couldn’t be more excited about this development—and the response has been so positive. Whether you’re shopping from my collection or one of the special brands we carry, I hope you find something you love! XXJKE
Photo: Katrina Dickson
You’ve probably heard people say that layering is the key to Southern California wardrobe. The tem
Beth Katz has been working with clay since she was just a girl, but it didn’t become her career un
We started carrying Mt. Washington Pottery for the first time this summer but I’ve been a fan of B
While August is still the height of summer fun, it’s also a good time to get organized for the bus