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The Weekender: 02.27.15

The Weekender: Bondi House • @SavvyHome

This week went by in a whirlwind. I’ve got so many projects in the works, I feel like I’m spreading myself a little thin (I know—I’m a jerk to keep you all in the dark, I will share more soon, promise)! To all the unanswered emails: answers are coming, I swear. This weekend, I feel like I need to lock myself in my apartment and not come out until my inbox is cleared. I’ll do that—maybe after tonight’s dinner, or tomorrow’s brunch, or tomorrow night’s birthday party… It will happen!

 

WEEKEND SHOPPING

Furbish Studio is offering 15% off all pillows until midnight with the code PILLOW15!

J.Crew is practically giving away sale styles. Get an extra 40%-50% off!

Get an extra 20% off clearance items at West Elm with the code EXTRA20.

Kit Kemp for Anthropologie is out!

 

WEEKEND READING

Google will run your errands and it’s the best thing to ever happen!

In this week’s wanderlust category, I nominate San Francisco.

These Q-Tip Oscar illustrations by Katie Rogers are so good!

How to put together a mouth-watering charcuterie board.

Inside an airy home in Sydney’s trendiest neighborhood.

High-impact home updates you can make in an hour.

Inside LA’s most charming design shop.

This soup had me at crispy salami.

When feeling stuck.

Inside Minnie Mortimer’s Los Angeles Home

Revisiting Minnie Mortimer's Los Angeles Home • @SavvyHome

Revisiting Minnie Mortimer’s Los Angeles home because it’s freezing cold in the Northeast and Southern California is looking pretty tempting right now.

Revisiting Minnie Mortimer's Los Angeles Home • @SavvyHome

Revisiting Minnie Mortimer's Los Angeles Home • @SavvyHome

Revisiting Minnie Mortimer's Los Angeles Home • @SavvyHome

Revisiting Minnie Mortimer's Los Angeles Home • @SavvyHome

 

You can take a girl out the east coast, but you can’t take the East Coast out of a girl. Fashion designer Minnie Mortimer might be a New York expat living in Los Angeles, but her California coastal home looks straight out of the Hamptons—except she can enjoy the glorious weather year round, which makes her a winner at life.

“Summer has always been my favorite time of year,” Mortimer says. “Being in the ocean is my all-time favorite, and the west coast has amazing sunsets. It’s a very pretty view from our sunroom.” She’s got it figured out.

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Photography by Lauren Santo Domingo for Vogue.

NYFW Trends: From Runway to Room

NYFW Trends to take from Runway to Room • @SavvyHome

NYFW is over and the trend reports are in. Here’s my runway-to-room trend report for Fall/Winter 2015.

NYFW Trends to take from Runway to Room • @SavvyHome

Retro SuperTexture

Checks, plaid, gingham and pinstripes were given the 70s treatment with dusty colors and chunky textures. 2015 marks the return of suede, shearling and mohair. Look out for J.Crew, See by Chloé and Mulberry.

 

NYFW Trends to take from Runway to Room • @SavvyHome

Animal Tendencies

One thing’s for sure: fur will be EVERYWHERE come Fall, and it will most likely be mixed with leather and suede, in neutral muted tones for that off-duty model look. This will not be PETA’s year. Michael Kors, RodarteCoach and Kate Spade are only a few adopting the trend.

 

NYFW Trends to take from Runway to Room • @SavvyHome

Royal Tenenbaum

It’s the return of the 70s with a retro sporty twist: this trend marks the return of all shades of orange, denim, fringe and bell-bottom jeans—updated to today’s taste of course. Tommy HilfigerLacoste, Trina Turk, Zimmerman and Peter Pilotto are leading the pack.

 

NYFW Trends to take from Runway to Room • @SavvyHome

Modern Bohemian

Feathers, florals, chintz—bright oversized prints are all the rage this year. Light flowy shapes and sheer transparency give the heavy prints an ethereal bohemian elegance. Look out for Mara Hoffman, Tory BurchDiane Von Furstenberg, and Lela Rose.

 

NYFW Trends to take from Runway to Room • @SavvyHome

Minimal Military

Camo is back, but it’s softened with complementary surf tones. The military silhouettes are also making a comeback—jumpsuits and structured coats edited for a minimal look. Banana Republic is adopting the trend along with Jason Wu and Marissa Webb.

Gab Loves: Surf Vibes

Gab Loves: Surf Vibes

Time to start the very important discussion of summer wardrobes, surf vibes and blue & white accents. It’s never too early right? I live for this stuff. Here are a few things I wouldn’t mind adding to my Spring/Summer wardrobe and my apartment in the next few months.

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J.Crew Crescent Floral Cluster Earrings | J.Crew Quilted Indigo Sweatshirt | Jimmy Choo Candy Printed Acrylitc Leather Clutch | J.Crew Faded Adire Crisscross Bikini | Common Projects Leather Slip-On SneakersHay & Hee Welling’s Stackable Hee Bar Stool | J.Crew Indigo Gauze Popover | J.Crew Elsie Crackle Leather Pumps | Paula Mendoza Nereus Silver-Plated Bracelet | Bree Acrylic Leg Tie Dye Bench | Marc by Marc Jacobs Hailee Cotton Poplin Dress | Stubbs & Wootton x Happy Menocal Bespoke Sport Crest Slipper | Biscuit Home Bloomsbury Green Sheet Set

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