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Travel Guide: The Cotswolds
On her recent trip to London, Jessie spent a dreamy day exploring the Cotswolds, visiting old friends and feeling endlessly inspired by the quaint English charm around every corner. Discover her must‑see spots now!
Travel Guide: Round Top, Texas
I’ve always wanted to visit the Round Top antiques fair ever since I heard about it from friends like Alex Yeske (who has a beautiful Round Top guide), the girls in New Orleans and Kate Towill whose work I admire SO much (@basicprojects). My friend Liz Libré from Lewis and I decided to take a quick excursion there this winter and it was so fun and inspiring for both of us.
Travel Guide: Marrakech
I took my team on an inspiration trip to Marrakech ahead of our Resort ’20 launch and it was absolutely magical! Here are my 10 favorite things to do in Marrakech.
Travel Guide: London In 3 Days (Or Fewer)
I just spent a jam-packed three days in one of my favorite cities to celebrate the launch of our Resort ‘19 collection with a lovely press breakfast. Between meetings and events, we didn’t have too much free time, but still managed to try many of my friends’ recommendations for the best eating, shopping, and activities the city has to offer. Hopefully you have more than three days to experience London, but if not, these are my musts and tips for a quick trip.
Travel Guide: Oaxaca
Ahead of our Spring ‘19 collection launch, my team and I visited the Mexican city of Oaxaca to find inspiration for future collections. We were enchanted by the rich traditions of craft we found there (as evidenced by our huge haul of goodies!). Read on to learn more about where we stayed, what we ate, and where we shopped.
Travel Guide: Paris With Kids
I first visited Paris when I was 9 and this was my twins’ first trip abroad at age 10. It felt like the perfect age. They are old enough to have the stamina needed to walk for miles and to listen intently in museums but are also still childlike enough to want to play and run and bounce in the parks. They were game for anything.