YAY! I’m having a sweet Wood & Faulk giveaway! Matt’s shop is full of amazing designs for bags, accessories, belts, wallets, outdoor gear and home goods. One lucky person will get to pick any item of their choice from the wonderful Wood & Faulk shop! My current W&F faves are the beautiful new Slouch Tote in fawn, the perfect Northwesterner weekender bag (I have it in black and LOVE it), all the Carpenter Bags (especially natural waxed, black and limited edition navy), all the Camp Stools, both of the Dog Leashes and the Standard Aprons. We’re all big Wood & Faulk fans here at our house. GOOD LUCK, EVERYONE! ♥
UPDATE: Congratulations to Jessica Emily Adams! She won this amazing prize!
➔ TO ENTER:
1. Visit Wood & Faulk and tell us your shop favorites in a comment below.
2. For an extra entry, follow both @woodandfaulk on Instagram and @HoneyKennedy on Instagram. Then leave a comment below. If you already follow us–just let me know that, too!
SHIPPING, ETC: The winner’s shipping will be covered by Wood & Faulk. International entries are welcome, but the winner is responsible for all international duties, fees and taxes that may come up.
DRAWING: This giveaway ends Wednesday, July 29, at 11AM PST. The winner will be chosen at random and I’ll update this post with the name of the winner within a few days.
Images courtesy of Wood & Faulk.
Pulling up stakes at the 811 building on East Burnside last year, Nationale has found a new home on SE Division for their wonderful boutique and art gallery. With neighbors like Adorn and House of Commons and popular eateries Pok Pok and Ava Gene’s nearby, Nationale is the cherry on top of your visit to the newly re-developed street.
Nationale’s owner, May Barruel, first opened shop in 2008 even further up Burnside and has been Portland’s fun and reliable source of sundries imported from her native France since then. Also, regularly in stock are art books, wonderful magazines, modern home goods, unique jewelry, art objects and beautiful apothecary items. With a background in curation, May also devotes ample shop space to monthly art shows showcasing some of the best and the brightest contemporary artists in Portland and beyond.
Whether you’re looking for inspiration, the perfect gift for your art and design loving friends and family, or a fun treat for yourself, this glowing, open space is a must-visit. My Nationale picks: French candies, Armenian burning papers (check out the amazing burning paper vessel above!), current and past issues of Apartmento magazine, ceramics from Portland-based line The Granite, and locally made jewelry from St. Eloy. You can shop selected items at Nationale online.
NATIONALE: KATE TOWERS SOFT SERVE POP-UP THRU JULY 18!
Make sure to stop by now through July 18 to see the wonderful Kate Towers’ “Soft Serve” pop-up installation of hand-painted textiles in a summery riff on her Content installation from a couple years ago at Ace Hotel. Soft Serve is representative of Kate’s “desire to experiment and play with the space where art, clothing, and commerce converge”. MORE INFO.
Nationale is located at 3360 SE Division in Portland, Oregon. They are open Wednesday through Monday from 12PM to 6PM. Make sure to follow @nationale on Instagram and Nationale on Facebook for info on upcoming art openings and new merchandise.
Hello! I hope everyone had a lovely holiday! I’m wrapping up the last few days of 2014 with a look back at some popular Honey Kennedy posts from the past year. Maybe you’ll discover something wonderful for the first time or maybe you’ll get to revisit posts you enjoyed the first time around. Sit back, relax and get a cup of something nice to sip. Thank you all so much for hanging out with me day after day. I really look forward to spending 2015 with you. HAPPIEST NEW YEAR TO YOU!! xx Jen
I love this beautiful new summer lookbook from Bridge & Burn. I love the road trips that these guys take for their lookbooks — it’s fun to discover new places to go check out now after living here for six years. They always find the perfect spot and really represent life in the Pacific NW well — at least for me and a lot of my friends. My favorite pieces right now are the blue warbler hooded jacket, the fleer indigo dress, audrey navy linen shorts, axson dobby polkadot shirt and hawley navy crosshatch sleeveless top. More HERE.
A SWEET DEAL:
Get 10% OFF on orders at Bridge & Burn with code: HONEY10 now thru 7/16/14.
Photography: Cara Denison
Styling: Casey Keasler
Hair + Makeup: Patty Harding
Models: Margaret from Q6 + Zachary Jones
Clothing: Bridge & Burn
Mugs: Mazama Wares
Location: Battleground Lake, Washington
I’ve been ogling the new Mod cases from This Is Ground — they all look fantastic. I got an iPad mini last spring and still haven’t found a case that I really like, but I think a few of these Mod styles might just be perfect for me. My track record for execution isn’t that great, but I do always get a bit of thrill with the idea of becoming more organized. I could see traveling much more easily with these and even just toting everything in a nice bundle to the coffee shop would be lovely. I especially like the Designer and Illustrator designs. More HERE.
Images courtesy of This Is Ground.