Workaholic // Camille Vignaud

Camille Vignaud is a designer and artist who launched her own agency in 2011, within just a few short years of leaving university. Her desire then was to bring more of her personal artistry to graphic design, and it’s an ambition she certainly attains. Her dream-like aesthetic now gets filtered through books, websites, and entire […]

WORKAHOLIC // VINCENT POCSIK

With a background in art and music and formal training in architecture, Vincent Pocsik is a creative in the purest sense. His premier furniture collection features the diversity of his skills, presenting lyrical movement and structural abstraction. Series 001 features designs that stretch and curve, bulging in unexpected and typically ignored places. The anatomy of […]

WORKAHOLIC // CALLIDUS GUILD

Yolande Batteau is the founder and creative visionary behind the work of Callidus Guild. When meeting her in person you immediately realize, she herself, is just as enchanting as the wallpaper she creates. Her magical studio is tucked away in Brooklyn in the neighborhood of Clinton Hill. This fine art studio flourishes with their unique, […]

SIT ON THIS // CHAIRS FOR CHARITY

What do a chair, and 8 renowned designers have in common? They were all sitting pretty at Dragonette Ltd last night for  Promemoria’s brand new initiative “CHAIRS FOR CHARITY” in collaboration with Paddle8. Promemoria has invited 8 renowned interior designers from across the country to customize their signature “Bilou Bilou” chair, (say that three times […]

PALM SPRINGS MODERNISM WEEK // THE HOUSE

If you are someone who appreciates midcentruy architecture and design, then you may have trekked your way into the desert this past week.  The beautiful oasis known as Palm Springs, celebrated its Modernism Week, and we are still lusting after the beautiful Palm Springs home of designer Vance Burke that we had the luxury to experience […]

LENA DUNHAM // LIVING THE FLYING MONEY EMOJI

I often wonder what it would have been like if my father wasn’t in the military and my mother didn’t take care of four children and we didn’t only live in isolated locations, out of reach from urban mainstays. I wonder if various, vapid dreams—like being a child actor and already having a book deal by […]

WORKAHOLIC // NICOLE FULLER

A week in London, two days in Paris, and a stint in LA, New York native Nicole Fuller has a thirst for travel, new challenges and a desire to push boundaries. As president and creative director of Nicole Fuller Interiors, a New York based multi-faceted interior design company, she specializes in high-end projects in the […]

WORKAHOLIC // M.A. ALLEN

Through extensive world travel M.A. has created a personal style that is eclectic, classic, and clean while maintaining a strong sense of sophistication. Whether it’s a beach home, NYC loft, mountain getaway, or office space you’ll notice in all of MA’s projects a personal touch of the designer’s distinctive style. M.A.’s noted aesthetic combines clean lines with […]

St. Frank // A Curated Collection

St. Frank founder and CEO Christina Bryant developed her passion for textile art and economic empowerment for people in developing countries through her work in international development and the arts. “I wanted to make the unique and beautiful art I found in isolated communities around the world accessible to people everywhere, while providing talented artisans […]

Workaholic // Charles De Lisle

Charles De Lisle makes furniture, lighting and objects. The things he makes are a curious and bold mixture of materials. Utilizing wood, bronze, rubber, plaster, clay, metal and textiles. He alters and combines various mediums to create familiar objects embedded with texture, precision and imbued character. By merging contradictory materials and unlikely surfaces, De Lisle […]