I am (not so) patiently awaiting the arrival of these images taken with the lovely Jenna Mahr. Magic happened with the final look of our 60’s inspired shoot. The hair, especially the lashes, got bigger and the Rolling Stones radio got louder as we strived for a little acid trip dance inspiration.
Creativity, something taken for granted all to often. We are trying to take time each and every day so sit back and fuel our creative side, and what better way then with the pieces that we have in our stash of working materials. From intricate amethyst brooches to carved lucite buckles we’ve been hoarding a lot of goodies and we are not sorry about it.
Wedding day bliss.
Model / Katherine Hood
Styling & HMU / Jen Des Lauriers
Let’s talk jewelry, she’s wearing our ARIEL Earrings. Something about their delicateness exudes a sense of warmth and charm. Understated and effortless they are constructed using these delicate vintage wax leaves we found at a little antique shop in Phoenix.
Avoiding my head
The hole in my heart
I fill them with things
That all fall apart
I enlist the gods
And all the future frauds
We are hand and glove
Daisy chains of love
Featuring Aviary earrings and a little lacy number from Jen’s closet, this was a sweet little session that we wanted to keep monochromatic, light and playful.
Photography: 4 Girls Glamour
Model: Katherine Hood
Styling & HMU: Jen Des Lauriers
Song Lyrics: Dum Dum Girls
The alluring nature of dark smokey rhinestones can’t be resisted. We have been collecting intriguing pieces like this for years, making sure to keep a hefty handful for our personal collections… can you blame us? Have no fear, we did keep a few amazing bits for you. A few of these came to us perfectly aged and nicely smokey, others we gave a little attention to bring out their naughty side. Each one is poised and ready to become something new and entirely different.
Maybe it’s the unseasonably warmer temperatures of late that have got me feeling all warm and fuzzy. Late January can be a brutal time of year, draped in darkness and dreariness, but what is speaking to me is sweet and light, ladylike and bright. Here’s a little pinspiration for your mid-week fluff.
Sometimes Sundays are the best days for a little creative action. In the PNW office we spent the afternoon highlighting prints from Artifact Uprising of photos from our recent Seattle shoot. Their luscious superfine timeless quality papers not only makes us super-geek out but they took the images to a whole new level. We managed to take a few snaps via iPhone between minutely tweaking and detailing jewelry for hours on end.
You can always follow us on Instagram for the up to date and super current play by play. Always helpful and always on hand, the lovely Kate Anderson of Kate&Design came over yesterday, made me breakfast and helped me set up scenes all day. * end shout out and thanks Kate *
In Minneapolis, Jen was so busy making people up and hair styling her little heart out she only had time for a few pics. We can’t wait for more!