October 30, 2011

I had a delightful brunch with my dad yesterday at Smith (oh my god! the scones!), and he delivered a stack of magazines from my mom. I've never seen a Hermes magazine before; I'm not really part of their target audience. But there is some lovely photography and styling in many of the back issues. I thought I'd share some of my favourites.

 Spring/Summer 2010: Follies in Faience - Hiroshi Nomura - Cover detail
 Autumn/Winter 2010: Le Chat - Karen Knorr
Autumn/Winter 2006: In Paris - Bruno Boudjelal - Richard Dumas - Guillaume Zuili - Lars Tunbjork

Spring Summer 2007: Shall We Dance? - A Second Choreographer
Autumn/Winter 2007: Dance Card - A Secret History of Actions - Willy Ronis - Perfect Days
Spring/Summer 2008: A Moghul Dream - Fresh Capacity - Found Objects - Zenith

 Have a happy Sunday!

October 24, 2011

So classic and lovely. Dang it! I wish I could wear a simple white shirt. I always make such a mess of them.

From Closet Visit.

October 13, 2011

I am so pleased to have worked with some amazing artists on Alison's invitations for her wedding this summer. Alison (as you may remember) did the flowers for our wedding, and I can't recommend her highly enough. She is such a kind person. There's just no reason not to go to her for flowers.  Unless you don't like flowers that looked like they've just been plucked from the garden and lovingly arranged in a vintage vessel. But who doesn't like that?

I made the little floral illustrations in the photos below.

Her whole wedding looks like it was so special and fun. Visit her blog to see more pictures!

(Oh, and these lovely photos are by Joseph + Jamie)

October 4, 2011

Just got back from Calgary, where we had two shorts screening at the Calgary International Film Festival. The audiences were amazing and supportive. It's so great to see so many people come to see a shorts program.

While we were there we squeezed in a visit to the Kananaskis for a teeny bit of hiking. It was so incredibly beautiful. We packed a snack of pepperettes, cheese and granola bars. Divine.