Friday, October 29, 2010
Happy weekend! Hope it's a good one, with a little bit of spine tingling fun in there, too. We'll be handing out treats and watching bad monster movies for Hallowe'en — how about you?
(lovely photo by Ivan Terestchenko, via florizel)
The October issue of W Magazine features a fantastic shoot by the always wonderful Tim Walker — styled by Jacob K, it's all inspired by classic film The Wizard of Oz. This just makes me smile. More (with couture details) here.
Connie of Simply Defined Design is having another fantastic giveaway on her blog, 100 Applegate! This beautiful antique 1937 Horse Medal on Sterling Satellite Chain (a $225.00 value) can be yours simply by leaving a comment (or becoming a follower) before midnight on November 5, 2010. Good luck!!
Liza of Small Equals has a stunning new collection of one of a kind necklaces made by Saada, an artist/jeweler from Mali. The one shown here, made of wood, ebony and silver with little shells from Mauretania, is a gorgeous statement piece that works equally well day or night. Liza will also be a vendor at the Queen City City Holiday Craft Bazaar in Burlington Vermont, an indie craft fair happening on November 20th at Union Station, where she'll be featuring her wonderful Keepsake Card Kits. Do stop by and say hello if you're in the neighborhood!
White Moth Jewelry is having a wonderful giveaway right now! For a chance to win the gorgeous WM&CO Signature Sterling Silver Medallion on a Sterling Ball Chain (a value of $115.00) visit the website and leave a comment on the blog (or follow it). This necklace would be great either on its own or mixed with other jewelry pieces for a modern urban look!
Ayse of Ayse Kozaci Jewelry has a wonderful offer just for automatism readers! From November 1 to December 31 2010, receive 15% off all items in her shop simply by entering the discount code '2011' when you check out. Ayse is currently adding new pieces to her collection, so keep checking in to see what's new — I love this fun little Cork Board Ring, complete with tiny push pins to attach little notes!