Postcards. A timeless souvenir, with so little you can do so much. You can find them worldwide, a tangible memory of a trip, a memento to remind your friends and loved ones that you’re thinking of them. Continue reading I Miss Post: For the Love of Postcards
I had the opportunity, earlier this year, to interview Daphne and Lucy from Salt Design Co. based in Vancouver, BC. The conversation delves into the processes of starting a business, being female entrepreneurs, travel, and of course, all their favourite things to do in Vancouver. I chose to write about these incredibly talented, witty, fun, and creative women because I see them as visionaries in … Continue reading The Wandering and Food Obessed Team of Salt Design Co.
The first time I encountered the woven bags from Hecho & Co., I was struck by the beauty of the weaving, the crispness of the texture, the fine-detailing of the designs, and the stunning aesthetic. These bags are made in a small town in the state of Oaxaca, by a family of master weavers. The origin story of Hecho & Co. is incredibly serendipitous in … Continue reading Woven with love from Oaxaca
Introduction Hunter & Hare (HH) is one of my favourite shops in Vancouver, Canada. Since its inception five years ago, I have not only found a way to give textiles a second life, I’ve made near and dear friends, elevated my wardrobe, all while helping to support a local business. I was lucky enough to meet Jo and Micki while working at DavidsTea in Gastown, … Continue reading Hunter and Hare: Consignment with Heart