Here’s a little inspiration to take a feather to the next level. To create your own unique series, visit eBay for a range of options, from goose to ostrich to pheasant. The only limit is your imagination.
(Photo: uncredited. Text: Jauretsi)
Mara Hoffman for Incase
Mara Hoffman is a queen in my book when it comes to prints. Incase has a strong reputation in regards to collaborations. To say I am excited about this colabbo is an understatement.
Because if you are going to go head to toe feather print you should really be sure to have your iphone covered as well.
The classic Pow-Wow star motif and the swimwear it came from.
I have always loved the Hunter feather print.
Ever mystical with the 3rd eye imagery.
Get yours here before they are all gone.
Bones and Feathers
Here I go again, rambling on about another jewelry designer. But that’s ok, that’s what I am here for, right. (Please say yes, to validate my blogging existence.) If I see it and I love it; why wouldn’t I share it? Meet Bones and Feathers.
I got a chance to view the Spring ‘13 collection (in the blue boxes) that has an art deco influenced but balanced with an earthy sensibility filled with arrowheads and cosmic geometric patterns.
The Fall ‘12 pieces are a bit more literal to the brand name with vertebrae and bone castings and are available on their site. A major statement piece is the snake bone necklace. I especially loved the blue cylinder pieces with rattlesnake vertebrae bracelet (top left).
I was also pleased to hear that the jewelry is all made in LA. Since moving here from NY, I have to say, it is really refreshing to meet so many designers that are producing here in the US.