Photo by Lilli Sherman
We stopped by the Stone Fox Bride studio this week to celebrate their collaboration with Savannah Miller. The savannahXsfb collection is basically the dreamiest thing we’ve ever seen and Vogue agrees! Plus, if you haven’t seen our interview with Stone Fox founder, Molly Guy, yet then get ready for some magic.
The ceilings women keep hitting their heads on.
Some cool ladies and an even cooler story.
A beautiful place to visit this Fall.
A beautiful book.
A beautiful woman.
Have a beautiful weekend!
You really never know what’s going to happen. This, of course, applies to every single aspect of life, but I think that the last five years we’ve spent running Of a Kind has seriously put this into focus for me. It is really easy to fall into a trap thinking about—and losing sleep over—what-ifs, but we’ve been hit with enough curveballs (good and bad!) to know that it only makes sense to think about the problems you need to solve and the decisions you need to make right now—not what you might need to deal with tomorrow or next month. I mean, don’t get me wrong: This mindset is very much a work-in-progress, but the goal mantra is “don’t try to solve problems that don’t exist yet.”
Erica Cerulo and her business partner, Claire Mazur are the co-founders of Of A Kind, a digital platform that features limited-edition products and stories from emerging fashion designers. Erica is also the co-host of of one our favorite podcasts of all time, A Few Things with Claire and Erica. Check in next week to discover part two of this Lesson I’m Always Learning!
Michelle Obama says forget the boys, pickup the books.
Powerful advice from 6 power women.
5 Forgotten Wives you should definitely know about,
Amy Schumer — funny woman and bad ass business lady.
A beautiful podcast.
A beautiful cause.
A beautiful woman.
Image via @heyokreal. Check out founder, Amy Woodside’s #LessonImAlwaysLearning for some weekend inspo!
Today, we’re sharing a few things to read, see and watch concerning the Planned Parenthood debacle because the best way we can move forward is to be informed. Read, share and do everything you can to help the cause. This organization does invaluable and incredible work for women of all faiths, economic backgrounds and walks of life. It is very important that they are allowed to continue offering women affordable, judgement-free healthcare and support.
Yahoo Health fact-checked the house hearing to help us know what’s up.
NPR shares 6 clips of audio worth listening to from the hearing.
Refinery29 breaks down a few details about what Planned Parenthood is, who’s in charge and how much money they actually receive.
You can learn more about the poll released this week showing that 60% of Americans are for the government support of Planned Parenthood.
If you feel strongly about this cause be sure to share your support on social media with #IStandWithPP. You can also sign the petition, write to your congressman and donate!