happy weekend, you guys! if you have any recommendations for my california coast girls road trip i would greatly appreciating you leaving a comment over here! we planned it really last minute so we are staying some pretty random places, but would love your hidden gem recs (restaurants, sights, weird things we gotta see.) thank you!! i’ll hopefully be checking in with updates from the road. crossing my fingers for wifi…
you can follow along with the roadtrip over on my instagram! xx -bri
and isn’t this photo wonderful? the yellow is so captivating.
(photo: Eva Herzigova by Yelena Yemchuk for Vogue Italia August 2014)
what drives you crazy in your relationships? whether it’s with a boyfriend or friend, i do have one thing i can’t stand…
i went to a museum and saw a bunch of fabrics bundled together and immediately thought about hanging colorful curtains in the studio and just seeing what happens. i’m highly inspired by color and thought it would create a cool effect…
we went a little wild and got 10 different colored panels, but you could easily get this vibe with just a few colors. we went downtown and got 10 really long strips of poly chiffon and just draped them over the curtain rod. easy to remove or add colors… (and all of it cost $100!) the office felt like a dream. i wanted to have some strange psychedelic party in here with them.
instead we invited max to come in one day and get creative with us. we put together this fun little silhouette series i thought i’d share with you guys. sometimes it’s nice to just create for no good reason. just to feel inspired.
photos by max wanger, art directed by bri emery
I’ve been thinking about art lately. What makes it connect with someone? is it only a question of color and form? Probably not. It’s kind of unexplainable but certainly a mix of feelings and impressions. –stephanie
untitled, 2014 mixed media on paper, kindah khalidy
a moroccan house, through the french eye of design
tulip sweater from weekday
bauhous collage cold by kristina dam
182 lucio fontana by nudo rosa, 1967
by neon tiger