I love the new spring collection from Rosetta Getty. Her designs are so versatile and, of course, I love seeing more of that long ribbed knitwear! I also like her take on “cold shoulder” pieces. Not everything from the collection is online yet, but some of my favorites that are are the cold shoulder poplin dress, the ribbed camisole dress, the cotton poplin top, the paneled shorts, the cropped red pants, and the cape panel trench. More HERE and HERE.
I’ve been so enamored with Hannah’s colors and shapes for her fall Hannah Kristina Metz collection that I decided to post them a bit early. Like previous collections, Hannah was inspired by one of her favorite stories and this time is is Anne of Green Gables. She used colors like the dusty rose, green, and golden hues that feel fitting to the story. The sweet embroidery celebrates Anne’s home with the lion and trees from the Prince Edward Island flag. And, of course, there are exaggerated sleeves — an homage to Anne’s coveted puffed sleeves. I especially love the sheer Blythe Dress, Green Gables Top, and Prince Edward Island Coat. While these pretties won’t be available until fall, the dreamy A Room With A View collection (one of my favorite books and films!) by HKM for spring will be available soon!
With the onset of spring, I’m thinking a lot about the warmer days ahead and those hot summer nights. I’d love to get a pretty linen robe this year, a linen nightgown, and a set or two of breezy linen pajamas. I am absolutely loving these dreamy options from the Linenbee shop. It’s nice that they have sizes ranging from XS to XXXL and the prices are fantastic for handmade linen pieces made to order. My favorites are the Creamy Peach Soft Linen Robe (also in black and natural taupe), the Linen Slip Nightgown (in every color!), the Short Linen Pajama Set (creamy peach and grey, please!), the Striped Short Linen Pajama Set, the romantic White Linen Victorian Nightgown, and the Belted Linen Caftan (in stripes and black). Plus, I’d love a few of the linen blankets and pillow covers! More HERE.
YAY! Woonwinkel is welcoming in spring with Color + Clay — a beautiful pop-up shop and sale celebrating design with color and ceramics. From now until May 1, come see and shop the cheery works of Brian Giniewski from Philadelphia and Portland’s own Pigeon Toe Ceramics, Ashley Hardy Ceramics, Mary Carroll Ceramics, and Sarah Wertzberger. Plus, the gorgeous works of Dutch designer Hella Jongerius will be 25% off through May 1! It’s such a fun rainbow of designs to see grouped together and to make you smile daily at home.
The Color + Clay pop up shop coincides with the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Portland conference and the Design Week Portland (DWP) citywide event. WOONWINKEL HOURS: Monday thru Saturday from 11AM to 6PM and Sundays 12PM to 5PM. Woonwinkel is located at 935 SW Washington St. MORE INFO.
BRIAN GINIEWSKI • LISA JONES from PIGEON TOE CERAMICS • ASHLEY HARDY • MARY CARROLL • SARAH WERTZBERGER