Style + Design
Growing up in Chicago in the ’70s and ’80s, Jordan Kurland’s bedroom walls were plastered with posters of Michael Jordan and The Who. While this teenage practice of Scotch-taped decor is fairly common, less expected is the transformation of that dedication to visual pop-culture stimuli into a full-fledged art collection. In Kurland’s case, such an impressive assembly of witty street art and classic rock-and-roll photography is a natural extension of his successful music career.
Statement jewelry has a certain transformative power that we can't get enough of. And when it comes to cuffs, we definitely say more is more.
Summer in the Bay Area has a little bit of everything, which means a chance to express oneself in an “everyday is a costume party” sort of style: wine walks, music festivals, work parties, weekend getaways, and everything in between. When you need to fill in your wardrobe gaps, head to these two new spots in the 650 for a change of scenery.
Originally published on CaliforniaHomeDesign.com
When a serial entrepreneur (the creator of Mafia Wars and former Zynga exec) came to San Francisco designers Jessica Weigly and Kevin Hackett of Síol to help transform a 4,000-square-foot builder’s special into a cohesive home that reflects his style, the duo was more than game.
Oakland native Teisbe Styles is redefining business casual one detail at a time.
Big props to San Jose. The South Bay-based e-tailer, Anaise, has us mesmerized with their consistent selection of subtle-cool, everyday and super unique finds.
The designer index boasts local artisans as well as emerging talent from NYC and Europe, and each piece is meticulously curated to fit a cohesive look. We can't decide what we like more–the easy peasy, throw-on-and-go frocks, oversized hair barrettes or their incredible selection of oddly shaped, beautifully structured bags.