Love letter to Toronto. A pattern from the city streets that was painted on the city streets. This week I was lucky to get some outside the studio time to paint this signal box as part of Street Art Toronto's Outside the box program. You get a blank canvas and 5 days to get it done. It was a really fun project even with a few rainy moments. Hopefully the community likes it!
Ever get sick of the same florals and ruffles every summer? Here's a cute look you can wear on the go and it doesn't have any flowers. And the linen scarf will keep you warm when the AC is cranked for women's winter. Check out the Chicago infinity scarf here.
Linen is a great fabric and its super breathable making it easy to wear on during spring's changing temps or in summer's hot days. And since its easy to wash, just pop your scarf in the machine on gentle cycle and it will get softer with each wear. Check out our most popular linen scarf - the Toronto infinity for a great addition to your springtime wardrobe.
Being environmentally responsible is a key part of my brand and not just because my first degree is in Biology and Environmental Sciences. Textiles are having a huge impact on the way we consume and dispose of it. So I'm thrilled to share a little feature of my work by the talented folks over at Jiminy Magazine. Check out their site for inspiration and ideas!
Neckerchiefs are having a moment right now. They are an easy update to a favorite outfit and a nice way to add a pop of pattern. So here's how to sneak one in to a simple outfit. Check out the full collection here.