Landofbelle– Discovering @landofbelle Instagram account was one of the highlights of the month. Annabelle Moehlmann lives a very stylish NY life (anda Vogue-worthy wedding)and her @landofbelle account is basically filled with all the things I love. She is definitely one to follow!
Hibiscus Linen’s hand-smocked dresses. I have a pending post about the amazing work of Mariana Barran Goodall and her embroidery company ‘Hibiscus Linens ‘ but I didn’t want to miss the opportunity to recommend you the beautiful children dresses they have created for this season. All hand smocked, hand embroidered and with hem finished by hand.
A dreamy Italian wedding by Fiona Leahy: if there’s an event organizer of the moment, that is Fiona Leahy. She creates magic in everything she does and this Italian wedding was no exception.
While I can’t complain about the Indian Summer in Madrid (known in Spanish as ‘Veranillo de San Miguel) I must admit that this month some of my favourite Instagram feeds were giving me major envy with their travels to India. The explosion of colours, fabrics and patterns is difficult to beat.
Caution: seeing these images can make you feel an inevitable force to take the next plane to Delhi.
I was looking for the perfect rattan butler’s tray when I discovered the one made by Kalinko. Later that day I found out that this brand has much more to offer than just pretty trays.
As Londoners living in Burma, Kalinko founders noticed that it was very difficult for the Burmese craftsmen to sell worldwide so they decided to give the artisans access to the international market through an online homeware store.
Their products are affordable yet you won’t compromise on great design and quality. Kalinko is independent, ethical and adheres to the globally recognised 10 Principles of Fair Trade.
If you’re a rattan lover like myself, you’ll probably find browsing their website very tempting! Although I honestly love everything they do, here are my picks.