I’m crazy about this Ramus chandelier. It’s so interesting-looking.
It looks dramatic in the dark. The Ramus chandelier was created by the Brothers Dressier of Toronto. Made of walnut.
I love everything about this sofa – the scale, the legs, the fabric. This is the Ditte sofa and it has a preppy version of the Ikat print going on.
Anthropologie launched “Made in Kind”, a wonderfully curated collection by new and not-so-new designers introducing them to the Anthropologie world. This Rose Madder maxi dress by Gregory Parkinson is so attractive. I love his way with fabrics – he pushes the tie die process with embroidery and appliques. His clothes have a very handmade feel.
Potrero Flatforms. You know me and wedges. Period.
Carved filigree earrings. This is a cute take on the chandelier earring.
This Seafloor clutch is calling my name. I love how it does look like the bottom of a coral reef.
This is the part I envy my north American and international readers. Online shopping is so easy and transparent where you are. Sigh. Then there’s the rest of us in the Philippines who try to be savvy with online shopping. It is still a little blurry with the customs, duties and taxes here. But there are ways – through 3rd party shippers, balikbayan boxes, kind relatives. Shop the newest arrivals from Anthropologie.com.