Don’t be fooled by the Christmas decorations. Holiday season or not, it’s pretty common to have three generations of women present at once in the Baruch household. Kasandra Baruch, the middle child of
Eyewear care. How complicated could it be, right? The truth is, it isn’t complicated. But there are a few do’s and don’ts–and plenty of conflicting information online. So to clear things
A self described object-based designer and commercial artist, Eric Trine, is in his own category. There are no hard and fast rules of form over function, or fun over form: his work exudes all simultaneously. There is
Those of us needing correction to our vision are only recently beginning to have real options to buy our glasses. If we weren’t buying them off the shelf at the
From the beginning of our company, we’ve approached the eyewear design process differently. How? We’ve always designed with our clients in mind versus the runway or an industry tradeshow. With that said, we are
It is unmistakably clear that Jami Curl has a calling. And that calling, is candy. Jami, founder of QUIN, has been concocting flavors for decades, first dreaming up ice cream
If you live in California then you’ll know summer hung around longer than usual and nothing resembling fall weather arrived until the first week of November. Now that it’s here,
Looking closely at the delicate details and almost feminine features of All Roads‘ textile installations, you’d never imagine their tattooed creators riding motorcycles together across Philly’s Ben Franklin Bridge, throwing caution
USE IT, DON’T LOSE IT Over $200M in Flexible Spending Account funds are “lost” each year! We can’t think of a more fun way to shop with flex dollars than
When Josef Harris met Liz Gardner, they were strictly friends, co-workers at the same magazine in Minneapolis. Yet, when the magazine eventually closed its doors, they opened up to each other and
felt • a sensation given by an object or material when touched mark • a level or stage that is considered significant Quietly tucked away in his Lincoln Heights workshop,
The Platte. A brand new style inspired by mid century design–updated for everyday wear. Made in Japan, with subtle details found throughout the design.
At David Kind we embrace the age-old saying that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Introducing You’re My Kind, the newest installment on our blog. We’re asking individuals
The Moline. Our newest style in the collection—and she is beautiful. Chunky acetate styling with a soft-tumbled finish. Made in Japan with exceptional details.
How important is measuring pupil distance (PD), or seg height for progressive lenses, or OC height when buying eyeglasses online? The short answer is: EXTREMELY. As any eye doctor will
This installment of Know Your Craft is all about individuality and investing in prolific expression. Ethan Lipsitz recognized the importance of personal branding years before we were carefully crafting our Instagram
@citysage at home wearing Otto in Diamond. Check out her new book, Sage Living, for perfectly appointed home design tips. Repost from @ruemagazine
Claire from @5everyday and the band Yacht interviews Tom and Derrick of @tom_explores_la. We’ve loved rediscovering Los Angeles through their show.