Thakoon Panichgul

This past summer, designer Thakoon Panichgul of Thakoon spent weeks seeking inspiration in Thailand. He found much of it in the hand-dyed art of jewel colored ikats, often created by tribes. The vivid, brilliant colors can be seen woven through Thakoon's Spring 2012 collection (above, from T Magazine). The designer is also an advisor to the ministry of commerce in Thailand.


Jamie Wolf Jewels

Images via Jamie Wolf Jewelry

This ballerina turned jewelry designer injects a chic timeless elegance into every piece. The newest line of gold wedding bands are made with conflict-free stones. Her jewelry is hand made here in New York City, and can be seen on many celebrities, including Natalie Portman. Take a chic peek at Jamie Wolf Jewelry.



Images of Drybar Flatiron via Drybar's blog

Someone once told me that when getting dressed, if the top and the bottom look good, everything else will fade away. For me, having polished hair and some great shoes on makes all the difference in the world. Finally, the L.A. favorite blow dry bar, aptly named Drybar, has opened on 16th Street at 5th Avenue. Drybar, which is a salon dedicated to blow outs exclusively, is known for their sleek ladylike decor and fabulous stylists (Cindy Crawford is a client). They have a great menu of lock-taming styles to pick from (all just $40 each) such as the Cosmopolitan, Southern Comfort and Manhattan. Be sure to take a chic peek at Drybar, I know I will!

A special thank you to my lovely, talented friends over at Whitman Emorson for chic-ifying my blog! xo


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