The Dropka Tribe

The Dropka Tribe

April 24, 2014

Discovered this beautifully and ornately decorated Dropka tribe on Before They Pass Away blog. They dwell in the the villages between India and Pakistan in the Valley of Ladakh, also known as “The Land of High Passes.” Though I will...

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The Colorful Heart of India

The Colorful Heart of India

April 21, 2014

  “There are some parts of the world that, once visited, get into your heart and won’t go. For me, India is such a place. When I first visited, I was stunned by the richness of the land, by its...

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But Above All

But Above All

April 19, 2014

As we were above the clouds flying over Sri Lanka, I couldn’t help but wake up to the brightness flowing through the window. I was a bit delirious from the long transit, and admittedly hung over from celebrating Songkran Festival...

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The Loudness of New Delhi

The Loudness of New Delhi

April 17, 2014

We arrived in New Delhi last night and the past 24 hours has been sensory overload. As me and Aaron sat in a dark restaurant where the power was out, we couldn’t help but thrive off India’s loudness...

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New Crop Lookbook Part 2

New Crop Lookbook Part 2

April 13, 2014

Some more wildness to bring you a dose of tropical from our lookbook Run Deep Run Wild! This day really was a hot sweaty one and especially fun. This location had so many exotic plants, one of them being our...

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New Moon Visual Escapes

New Moon Visual Escapes

April 11, 2014

April 15th marks the Pink Full Moon and lunar eclipse! The lunar eclipse will begin at 2am with the moon glowing a vibrant pink/reddish hue. So keep your gaze to the starry sky for this cosmic display. This is also...

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Yogi Journey to the Himalayans

Yogi Journey to the Himalayans

April 09, 2014

As I pack up the knick knacks and the little boxes of memories that we have collected along the way, I realize how much I am going to miss Aaron and the nest we have made here in Chiang Mai.

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New Crop’s Lookbook

New Crop’s Lookbook

April 07, 2014

We couldn’t be more excited to work and collaborate with Bangkok’s dream team on our first lookbook! The location was lush and beautiful in contrast of the big bustling city that it was in. The vibrant colors of our clothing...

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Riding Out The Neon Signs of Route 66

Riding Out The Neon Signs of Route 66

March 30, 2014

It’s been almost a year since I have driven a car. I haven’t even thought about it, or missed it. That is until I started listening to our road trip playlist and dejavus started flooding my memory. Isn’t it funny...

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Spontaneous Mix: Hmong Textiles + Sports

Spontaneous Mix: Hmong Textiles + Sports

March 26, 2014

I will admit, I was pretty excited to see this mix of ethnic textile clothing styled with Puma’s new collection “Next Starts Now.” I love mixing a spontaneous touch of culture with an unlikely mix like bright sporty tennis shoes.

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Beauty Around the World Project

Beauty Around the World Project

March 23, 2014

I’ve had a chance to get connected with Mihaela Noroc of Beauty Around the World Project, and though we were not able to organize a date we could both be in Bangkok, I still have to share her amazing project!

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Artist Spotlight: Neil Krug

Artist Spotlight: Neil Krug

March 18, 2014

We’re scheduled to return back to the U.S. in August and I’m already bracing myself for the transition. I am however looking forward to being able to grow my book collection again. The images above are by Neil Krug one...

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Home is a Feeling: Koh Lanta

Home is a Feeling: Koh Lanta

March 15, 2014

I’ve come to understand that truths behind words such as family, love, happiness, home and freedom are all based on a feeling versus a tangible place or object. During our travels people ask me where is home and it always...

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Artist Spotlight: Kathy of Danmala

Artist Spotlight: Kathy of Danmala

March 04, 2014

Danmala designer Kathy creates inspiring art with nature’s abundance of life and beauty. Her process is purely therapeutic for both the creator and the receiver of her art. She transcends into a meditative state as she collects the natural elements...

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How a Small Island Can Make You Feel Even Smaller

How a Small Island Can Make You Feel Even Smaller

February 28, 2014

We consider ourselves slow travelers, only after a couple weeks in a place do we really feel that we begin to crack its shell. This is when we start to know the personality behind faces, the story behind the past...

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Songbird + Eclectic Textiles

Songbird + Eclectic Textiles

February 25, 2014

Meet Ashley Monical, a musician and songbird wrapped beautifully in our Electric Earth Textile. Her radiance matches her textile’s vibrant details. Styled by Katie Lesnick, and Photographed by master shutterbug Alice Rabbit. Find your textile!

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Artisan Spotlight: Sophie Leininger of Magic Carpet Yoga Mats

Artisan Spotlight: Sophie Leininger of Magic Carpet Yoga Mats

February 17, 2014

Meet Sophie, an artist, avid painter, and fellow textile lover of Magic Carpet Yoga Mats. Inspired by traditional and ethnic rug designs, she created an outlet for her passion in painting and transformed her paintings of ethnic rug patterns into...

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The Blooming Beauties: Thailand Flower Festival

The Blooming Beauties: Thailand Flower Festival

February 10, 2014

This past Saturday we spent it on the busy streets of Chiang Mai for their annual flower festival. Exotic flowers and traditional music filled the streets as beautiful traditionally adorned Thai locals showcased their culture. When we first heard about...

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Train is Leaving

Train is Leaving

February 05, 2014

This is the longest we’ve sat still in the past year and we’ve gotten to know the four walls of our apartment very well these few months. We love how the sun shines in through all our open windows and...

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Groovin’ Back To the 60’s

Groovin’ Back To the 60’s

February 03, 2014

The artwork and design that blossomed in the 60’s expresses the experimentation and the color of the era’s counterculture landscape. The psychedelic movement and it’s harmonious presence in both art,music, literature and philosophy takes us on a visual trip.

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The Hammock Life of a Mountain Town Called Pai

The Hammock Life of a Mountain Town Called Pai

January 23, 2014

Last weekend Charmie and I took the motorbike 3 hours north to the little mountain utopia known as Pai. The ride up was amazing. It reminded me of home…making the winding trek from Tennessee to North Carolina. The timing couldn’t Read on! →

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Battambang Cambodia

Battambang Cambodia

January 20, 2014

The month we spent in Cambodia, we spent some time visiting Aaron’s cousin in Battambang. Cambodia’s 2nd largest city, yet small enough where everyone seemed to know everyone. Tourism can really change a place and we were happy to see Read on! →

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Dream Spaces in Far Out Places

Dream Spaces in Far Out Places

January 17, 2014

During our stay here in Thailand, we’ve experienced some unique and inspiring handmade homes and it has spurred our imagination into thinking about our way of living and how the space you surround yourself can really stimulate and create a Read on! →

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Homeland of Palau

Homeland of Palau

January 12, 2014

Sometimes some of the hardest posts to write are the moments so beautiful that words fail. That’s why Palau is just now finding a spot in our blog, our trip to Aaron’s homeland of Palau was definitely an island from Read on! →

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