Category Archive: Art

Where images end / and living begins: Interview with Keight MacLean

A few months ago, I almost died. It was a total fluke accident but, if my man hadn’t been right there, I probably wouldn’t be here. The weird thing (okay, the super duper,… Continue reading

Beyond the ears / A symphony

I’ve been feeling pretty run down, first from working 24/7 on getting our Miss Kira to trust us and truly feel like she’s found her furever home (and disregarding the shocking amount of… Continue reading

In twilight, azure grace / Return this shadow’s embrace

Sorry/not sorry about have another post featuring Zam Barrett’s brilliant designs so soon, but, well, just look at these. The outerwear pieces for his F/W 19 womenswear collection have finally dropped, and the… Continue reading

Sown in fields of stars

I typically do not wear jewelry of any sort, but when Alexis Devine of Squirrel vs. Coyote mentioned on her Instagram that she wanted to do some custom literary bodices, I jumped at… Continue reading

G R A S P

For the majority of my life, I defined myself on the basis of a particular belief I held. I interpreted the world through the lens of that belief. I thought I made choices… Continue reading

I N G

Today’s post is a three-fer post. A choose-your-own-adventure post. On either side of this post is another that features the same dress seen here, and both of those imbue this dress with a… Continue reading

A I R

While I don’t buy new clothing too frequently, I still have a thing for black dresses. I can’t get enough of them. I’d say I buy about three black dresses a year, five… Continue reading

Turn the holy pictures so they face the wall / And who can bear to be forgotten

  I cannot get over how perfect this very McQueen-ish coat and trouser set from Sanctus is, from the new ‘Forgotten Apostles’ S/S 18 collection. Indeed, with the shine and pattern of the… Continue reading

I will sit right down / Waiting for the gift of sound and vision

Though I already had four other books on the go, I couldn’t resist starting Nick Cave’s first novel, And the Ass Saw the Angel (1989), once I got my used copy from Powell’s,… Continue reading

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