Photographer Mikael Kennedy is one of my very good and very talented friends. We've had many a conversation about creative projects, personal growth, success and celebrating creative talent amongst a group of friends.
Neighbour is one of my favorite shops in Vancouver, as Saager has done an excellent job cultivating a unique, personal, well stocked space in a way that just makes sense, all while adding something special to the retail landscape.
It's entirely impossible to sum up the impact that Charles & Ray Eames had on design and industry in the 20th century, in fact, it would be a great disservice to their name.
I was lucky enough to get my hands on one of Postalco's chance printed notebooks from Hickoree's (thanks Walter and Savannah at Old Faithful!) On the surface, this is a relatively simple notebook, but closer inspection reveals that it is anything but.
Typically I end up wearing one of my scarves from The Hill-Side but after getting a chance to check this scarf out not long ago, I actually wouldn't mind adding it to my collection.
Our friends at Old Faithful Shop just brought in a self-watering terracotta pot, perfect for those among us who are forgetful when it comes to watering plants or herbs.
Here's a great option from Engineered Garments to carry you forward and well into the spring.
It's only February the fourth but already here on the coast, the cherry blossoms are beginning to appear.
This week's kit is based around the Oxford I posted from Nigel Cabourn because finding the perfect khaki coloured shirt is a tough job.
For those of us who have a wide array of blue shirting in one form or another in their closet, sometimes not picking up the usual suspect is a good thing.