Style Sessions, I featured the new logo for Memphis Fashion Week and spoke with the logo's designer Michael Overton about the significance of the logo's shape - the hexagon of which I had a current obsession. I've seen it used in many design elements from logos and graphic layouts to fashion accessories and interior design. Unlike most things that is frequently used, the hexagon and honeycomb pattern seems to stay fresh as it gets reinterpreted.
I previously featured a collection of fashion accessories I wanted to own and did own (those hoops) in the MFW logo feature, but here I wanted to showcase functional items that carry on my hexagon craze, items I actually have on my apartment wish list.
1. Trays - DWR 2. Stool - WoodSmithe 3. Towel Ring - Urban Outfitters 4. Nesting Shelves - HaaseHandcraft
I've also started a Pinterest board for this topic here. And please let me know if you have any suggestions.
Photos via image source links above. MFW logo by Inferno.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
Monday, January 19, 2015
I was privileged to tour the renovation last summer with last year's national president of the American Institute of Architects Helene Combs Dreiling, NCRM's administrative director Tracy Lauritzen Wright, and the NCRM renovation architecture project team from Self Tucker Architects - Jimmie Tucker, Mario Walker, and Patricia Quist-Therson.
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Elevating the everyday experience. That's the core effort of the creative ladies of Smitten Events as they plan celebrations from weddings to dinner parties to any reason really to celebrate life. Now they're working on packaging a bit of that love for celebrations in a convenient little box.
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Thanks to my sister Sophea for capturing this photo of Atticus kicking me, lovingly, of course, on one of our stops in Cozumel, Mexico, not long after she flew off the motorcycle she was riding (while holding my camera.) If she hadn't cradled the camera like a baby, it might not have been possible to even take this photo. She took the scratches instead (thankfully only just scratches). She's pretty amazing.
Hope you had a great weekend.
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Saturday, October 25, 2014
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