This Sunday, you’ll find me sipping mimosas and playing dress-up and trading goods with some of my very favorite people, people who pour their souls into what they do. If you’re in Bozeman, you seriously don’t want to miss out on the next Flea. If you’re not here, don’t fret, you can always score these vintage + handmade goods in the shop.
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A new mixtape inspired by the many layers of our true nature. Listen here.
1. Billy Jean – The Civil Wars
2. Never Have I Found – Josh Garrels
3. Laura Marling – Short Movie
4. Work Song – Hozier
5. Sweet Disaster – Whitehorse
6. The Wilhelm Scream – James Blake
7. I Remember (What You Forgot) – Cottonwood Line
8. Lovesong – Mariee Sioux
9. If Beauty is a Crime – Mi and L’au
Lots of fall gems are entering the shop daily, including home goods. Check em out.
I had a style crush on Julia Sanders for a while before I finally asked her to model for the shop. She embodies that earthy & elegant style I’m always striving for. Folk to the core, she spends most of her time at their ranch in Montana, playing banjo and singing with her partner in their duo, Cottonwood Line (listen above) and teaching yoga. I am so grateful to have her beauty and personality grace the shop, and above all, for a new inspired friend. Check out the rest of the looks here.
I was recently asked to participate in a design challenge for Chairish, an awesome online marketplace for vintage furniture and home goods. The challenge was to choose one of their accent chairs and design a room from white to bright. Any excuse to window shop online and I’m in. My style is always folk to the core with a hint of wild and a touch of modern.
1. Hollywood Regency Tufted Swivel Chair 2. Glam Gold Sunburst Mirror 3. Small Spells Ceramics 4. Cement Horned Melon Planted 5. Australian Wool Throw Blanket 6. Red Powder Coated Side Table 7. Porcelain Coyote Skull 8. Phoenix Sculptural Table Lamp 9. Artisan Woven Rug
Ok folks, here it it, the biggest sale to date. 50% off select styles of handmade + vintage goods. No coupon code required. Sale ends Sunday. All sales final. Go nuts!
As a one-woman-run operation, I carry out all the tasks of running my shop. One of those tasks and arguably, the most important one, is taking quality, eye catching photos. I owe this experience to my dear friends at Vickerey.com, who taught me everything I know about product photography and gave me the room to explore and learn. At Vickerey, I had access to amazing lighting and all the best equipment. Now, in my humble little operation, I need to get creative with what little resources I have. Luckily, I have always preferred natural light over artificial. Now, I either take my photos outside or in our sunroom. My process is very simple and involves very little, so I thought I’d share my process in hopes that it will help other makers out there who pour so much love into what they do, yet struggle to give their work justice through presentation. Read More
Words can’t express how much gratitude I feel for being a part of this amazing community of makers, curators and just all around rad folks. If you’re in the Bozeman area, please come join us this Sunday at the Baxter Hotel. Check out all that the market has to offer here.
I love making connections with clothing and style and other areas of creativity, especially when it involves wild nature. Kate of Pitchforks and Pomegranates definitely feeds my creative spirit with her love and talent for home grown & wild food. For our latest collaboration we foraged for wild serviceberries and literally ended up running from what we thought was a bear but ended up being a deer, luckily we could laugh about it. She took these berries and made magic with this homemade ice cream. Check out the recipe here.
Kate is wearing Vintage Summer Straw Hat / Vintage + Hand Dyed Silk Top / Vintage Woven Wrap Belt