Aspire To Inspire

Archived: July 2012

  1. I HEART JOSHUA TREE

    I HEART JOSHUA TREE

    Last weekend I took a road trip to Joshua Tree with five of my girlfriends for a fun honky tonk desert party at Pappy and Harriet’s in Pioneertown.  We rented an amazing house that rested on 400+ acres of land out in the middle of the desert.  No kidding, we took four different dirt roads […]

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  2. SANTA FE FOLK FESTIVAL PART 6: A NATURAL VIEW OF SANTA FE

    SANTA FE FOLK FESTIVAL PART 6: A NATURAL VIEW OF SANTA FE

    This post is my final from my Santa Fe trip.  I had so much to share, and could still probably have another week’s worth of posts, but its time to move on. I went to Joshua Tree last weekend and want to tell you about that and I’ve had some amazing visits with a few […]

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  3. SANTA FE FOLK ART FESTIVAL PART 5: SOUTH AFRICAN ARTISANS

    SANTA FE FOLK ART FESTIVAL PART 5: SOUTH AFRICAN ARTISANS

    I always find myself so inspired by the African culture. Im not sure if it is their bold use of color, their insane prints or the radiance of their smiles that always gets me.  I guess it must be all of the above! At the festival, I found myself attracted to most of the South […]

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  4. SANTA FE FOLK ART FESTIVAL PART 4: THE COLORS OF SANTA FE

    SANTA FE FOLK ART FESTIVAL PART 4: THE COLORS OF SANTA FE

    By now you must know that I am a big fan of color.  I love unusual combinations of color and I love to mix and match prints and patterns.  I guess looking back I’ve always been colorful in my wardrobe as well as my personality.  Needless to say, the Santa Fe and the Folk Art […]

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  5. SANTA FE FOLK ART FESTIVAL PART 3: INDIGO/DENIM TRENDS

    SANTA FE FOLK ART FESTIVAL PART 3:  INDIGO/DENIM TRENDS

    As I strolled thru the Folk Art Festival, I was reminded that many of the techniques and stylings we see in clothes today were originally started and hand crafted in indigenous countries all around the world before we ever saw them on the shelves of Anthropologie or Urban Outfitters.  From handmade embroidery in Peru to […]

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  6. SANTA FE FOLK ART FESTIVAL PART 2: BANDELIER NATIONAL PARK

    SANTA FE FOLK ART FESTIVAL PART 2:  BANDELIER NATIONAL PARK

    I realize that hiking has nothing to do with fashion, but hiking is one of the things that keeps my mind inspired so that I can be creative in my work life.  It is important for me to take time away to quiet my brain and remember where we live and where we come from. […]

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  7. SANTA FE FOLK ART FESTIVAL PART 1: PARADE OF ARTISANS

    SANTA FE FOLK ART FESTIVAL PART 1:  PARADE OF ARTISANS

    I just got back from visiting Santa Fe for the Folk Art Festival that is held there every year.  I went with one of my designer clients, Emily Factor, and stayed at her artist mother’s amazing house in the hills outside of Santa Fe.  The weekend was amazing and filled with TONS of shopping, hiking […]

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  8. OPPOSITES REFLECT MY MOOD

    OPPOSITES REFLECT MY MOOD

    Yesterday I worked on an exciting new interiors project for a client.  I pulled ideas from a bunch of my favorite art and interior magazines such as Acne Paper, Elle Decoration, Living Etc and my new favorite lifestyle magazine,  A Perfect Guide.  I decided to look through my photo archive for inspirational images to add […]

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  9. TREND ALERT: THE 1960′S MATCHED SET

    TREND ALERT:  THE 1960′S MATCHED SET

    There have been several exciting new trends that I’ve spotted from the Resort 2013 collections that lead us to what we might be seeing a lot of for next Spring.  As Resort is a small season that sits on the retail floor for a very short span, most of the trends from the Resort collections […]

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