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AW10_12023_Priestess_Knit_Top_ivory.jpgWe love the vibe of the Kal Rieman collection for its simplicity. Based on the vibrance of the contrast between black and white, the collection consists of menswear-inspired shirts and suit separates with uniquely feminine details. New York-based designer Cally Rieman was inspired by various aspects of culture for her winter collection, including 19th century English gentlemen, YSL circa 1968, and vintage fencing attire. For more information or to shop the collection, visit

Shown: Priestess Knit Blouse (Raglan Sleeve Top with Double Scarf Front, Button Back Neck, and Shaped Cuff) - $325kalriemanthumb.png

This cozy oversized sweater from Stewart Brown is just what we wish we were wearing today. Made with silky 100% merino wool, the cardigan is super warm and luxuriously soft. The slouchy grandpa fit makes it perfect for lounging around the house on snow days and weekends. We also love that this sweater meets fair trade standards and is sustainably produced!

Stewart Brown Cardigan Sweater, $320 at
spratters_jane_ss11_thumb.pngFor their upcoming spring 2011 collection, Spratters & Jayne has switched out their beloved chunky knit scarves for easy cotton gauze and ultra-fine bamboo jersey options. As much as we loved their cozy winter styles, we’re super excited to try their new pretty scarves woven into braids and chains. Here’s a preview - the full collection will be available at this spring!


peaceimages_thumb.pngDesigned in San Diego, the Peace Images jewelry collection is true wearable art. Every piece has an unexpected twist, like a pair of long, bright feathered earrings or a uniquely shaped toe ring. 



saintvintagedesigns.pngSaint Vintage Designs features handmade jewelry with a combination of vintage embellishments, such as semi-precious stones, Swarovski crystals, antique glass, beads and pearls. Atlanta-based designer Paige Jansen has been a lover of art and antiques her whole life, so her career path was a natural choice. Whenever she sits down to create a piece, she envisions the time and location the antique elements came from for inspiration. Her goal is to tell a piece’s story, as well as create something original and beautiful. A survivor herself, Jansen also donates a portion of every sale to cancer research. Shop the collection at

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