7.07.2010

Loving...

This Steven Alan "dress" (or tunic depending on how you roll)...as a side note, after my quick stop in the Steven Alan annex during our NYC trip, I am now officially obsessed with all things SA. Just thought you should know.



Leah Rosenberg's "Time Will Tell" exhibit in S.F. (via Jordan.) I am dying over the rainbow cake, which is promptly going into my idea folder for Millie's rainbow/unicorn/princess/fairy birthday party... Never ask a three-year-old what kind of birthday party they want. I'm just sayin.


Steven Miller's gorgeous "Untitled Landscape #7" via Zatista... (a very cool art site)


Katy Krantz's insanely awesome ceramics via Lena...


Canvas' blue chair (+the dreamiest of corners) via remodelista...



Tina Berning + palette perfection via the ever genius color collective...


This cluster of lanterns via lost bird found... (In fact, I'd even say it's quite possibly the best. lantern. execution. ever.)


Lynn's fantastic "Triangles" letterpress cards (+ I'm also loving her "mailbox monthly"...what a cool gift, no?)

14 comments:

Estelle said...

That rainbow, unicorn, fairy party of Millie's sounds like a dream. No kidding, I would love for someoen to throw me that style of party this year. And that dress is super pretty.

Rachel said...

Mmmmm... that dress/tunic is lovely.

dulci said...

ooh! what a cool cake!

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SY said...

LOVE the rainbow cake, a few months ago I saw a young college girl demonstrate it on Martha Stewart...not sure if she created it, but it really made me want to make one and gives me tons of ideas for other color combos. Since I only have boys, I live vicariously through Millie with the rainbow/unicorn/fairy party :)

Sarah Bradley said...

Wow, I haven't see a loving list I've liked this much in a long time! Loving the dress, painting and cards. Perfection!

Pretty Mommy said...

Steven Alan obsessions are dangerous ;) (well, only to your pocketbook! but I could say the same of your Loving... posts) I'm really going to have to make one of those cakes someday - as I'm sure that I have a rainbow/ballerina/fairy party in my future!

Fern and Feather said...

that dress.... you are killing me! murder.

Polly said...

:O THAT CAKE! xx

Ana Degenaar said...

Once again I love what you're loving! That tunic is beyond dreamy, and that necklace! Smitten!
xo

caroline duke said...

ah! that cake is too perfect. man. will have to add that to my rainbow cake recipe collection.

i am determined to make one this weekend!

caroline duke said...

ok, here i am again!

THAT CHAIR.

that chair.

that is all.

DeAnna said...

I am new to your blog but just want to say how much I have enjoyed it. The tunic is wonderful as is the chair and lantern grouping. Lovely indeed.

Lashley said...

Love the lantern cluster. I recently peeked in on a wedding ceremony that had LOTS of lanterns, but they were all spread out in singles or pairs. Two spherical lanterns side by side was, ahem, a little strange.

Emma said...

that's the best rainbow cake i have seen to date. i love that the colours are more pastel -ly than other ones i have seen.