If You Can’t Afford to Hire Jake Arnold, His New Curated Shop Is a Pretty Close Second
Our style editor intends on spending her weekend browsing it.
Published Jan 27, 2023 1:00 AM
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Our days are punctuated by scouting new talent, attending market appointments, and scrolling Instagram in an effort to unearth the products, people, and news you actually need to know. Here’s what we Slacked one another about this week.
The Expert is already built to make top-tier designers more accessible. Quick video sessions allow homeowners to pick the brains of major names like Jake Arnold, Jenna Lyons, and Brigette Romanek. But things just got even easier, because now anyone can head to the platform’s online showroom and shop designers’ handpicked selections of vintage and new furniture, decor, and even art. For instance, you can order a sofa recommended by Heidi Callier, upholstered in a fabric she’d personally suggest. I especially love that each product has accompanying quotes, with notes on why it’s special and how to style it. —Julia Stevens, style editor
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In collaboration with artist Shantell Martin, Joya just released a glass votive and XL porcelain candle that aim to inspire peace and self-reflection. Who couldn’t use a dose of that? Her meditative line drawings make each votive a work of art for your coffee table.
Tinned fish is in, and Fishwife is a major player in the movement. Its newest addition, anchovies, is a dinner party flex; they come straight from the Cantabrian Sea and are soaked in premium Spanish extra virgin olive oil.
Author and teacher Alex Elle (you may know her from her new book, How We Heal) worked with East Fork to create a robin’s-egg blue cup that’s lowering our blood pressure just looking at it. Five percent of the proceeds will benefit the Loveland Foundation.
The new Hill House Home store in Manhattan’s Rockefeller Center feels like stepping inside a Nap Dress in the best way possible. The soothing space, designed by CeCe Barfield, directly nods to its location—smack-dab in Rock Plaza—with circular millwork that mimics the roundels adorning Radio City Music Hall. The fitting-room curtains will make you feel as if you’re about to debut with the Rockettes, and there’s also a tête-à-tête for in-store gossiping—or, of course, napping.
Imagine being on an East Coast beach, climbing over a sand dune, and taking a deep breath. That is what this cologne smells like. A true match made in heaven, D.S. & Durga packaging gets the royal Todd Snyder treatment with a camo label.