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Notes from the Weekend & A Few Lovely Links

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AT THIS MOMENT, things are in an exciting & intoxicating state of flux, there are new projects and lingering past projects and the mid-summer breezes are ushering in a sense of change . . . As mentioned, this week’s Inspirational Links are fashionably late, and there is still so much more inspiration before the week is through–that is, if not lured away from the office by the seaside [where we spent most of Sunday] first . . . —Roséline x


A few lovely links 
:

* Places : Machu Picchu [lingeredupon.blogspot.com] * at the shop : the helmsley card holder in champagne
* travel : 15 vacation rental resources [remodelista.com] * for hot summer days : this palm print romper
* photography : birds of a feather [honestlywtf.com] * at the gym : this bodyism sports bra & these stretch-jersey leggings
* DIY : lace pencil skirt [apairandasparediy.com] * ‘Selfies With Purpose’: The Latest Big E-Commerce Idea [nytimes] * at the gallery : Claude Monet, 1872 ~ “Lilacs in the sun” [tumblr.com] * recipe : fig & almond butter smoothie [kitchenconfidante.com] * at shops : these nude pumps

 



& of course, a few things you may have missed …

* From Instagram : 30 Images of Inspiration | 6
* Round-up : 20 Beautiful Outdoor Spaces
* Five Things to Look Forward to this Weekend
* Playlist 13.07.14 : Five Songs for the Weekend
* Runway : Giambattista Valli Fall 2014 Couture
* Photographer : Glynis Selina Arban
* Ad Campaign : Cara Delevingne by Tim Walker for Mulberry
* Film : Watermark by Edward Burtynsky & Jennifer Baichwal
* Editorial : Poppy Delevingne & Alexa Chung for Net-A-Porter’s The Edit 

* Interior Designer : Redmond Aldrich, San Francisco
* Runway : Emilio Pucci Resort 2015
* Notes from the Weekend & A Few Lovely Links

 

[image : Nadja Auerman by Helmut Newton, Berlin 1994]

 
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