Either of these regal hand mirrors ($125 each) would look beautiful as a decorative piece and they’re super handy, when you’re trying to see the back of an outfit. The one on the right also features close-up glass on the other side.
Nicki Bahrampour styled a lovely short with Magwood vintage. The film is so beautiful and yet totally awkward . . . a perfectly uncanny party.
Watching it, you feel like you’ve entered a buttercream-filtered dream. The atmosphere is so warm and inviting: the amber sofa, canary balloons, citrus streamers, blonde guitar, and pale models. Then, of course, there’s our butterscotch Sonia Rykiel short sleeve dress ($225), oatmeal linen polka dot skirt ($79), and 1960s eggshell striped shift ($108).
The contrasting dark accents were also perfectly chosen. I love the way Nicki incorporated our black silk sheer overlay ($95) and 1950s black flamenco dress with yellow floral details ($159). Really, so beautiful!
We will be liquidating three racks of clothing tomorrow at The Junction Flea, so be sure to stop by. There will be antiques, vintage clothing, handmade goods, and delicious treats. It’s also my 26th birthday and I’d love for you to come celebrate with me!
9am – 4pm
Dundas & Keele
Having conquered both Queen West and Bloordale, Kealan has opened a concept shop in collaboration with friend Maggie Groat. The new boutique, V, at 198 Walnut Ave buffers Trinity Bellwoods (just south of 7/11) and will feature a different themed collection every month. Last night, we celebrated the grand opening in The Victory Garden with sparkling and dress up montages.
One of the many beautiful summer dresses available at V
Mother-daughter dance party