Humanoid just gave us a little bit of our Fall Winter ‘14 order, and I think I may have seriously under-ordered.  Their knits turned out super soft, and the bottoms are Fall in look but summer in weight.  I love the dusty minty blues mixed with the autumn sienna’s.  This french brand is quickly becoming a shop favorite, and I, for one, have got to nab one of these babies for myself.  :) Humanoid just gave us a little bit of our Fall Winter ‘14 order, and I think I may have seriously under-ordered.  Their knits turned out super soft, and the bottoms are Fall in look but summer in weight.  I love the dusty minty blues mixed with the autumn sienna’s.  This french brand is quickly becoming a shop favorite, and I, for one, have got to nab one of these babies for myself.  :)

Humanoid just gave us a little bit of our Fall Winter ‘14 order, and I think I may have seriously under-ordered.  Their knits turned out super soft, and the bottoms are Fall in look but summer in weight.  I love the dusty minty blues mixed with the autumn sienna’s.  This french brand is quickly becoming a shop favorite, and I, for one, have got to nab one of these babies for myself.  :)

Just a quick shot of our yummy rack of summer goodies in our Laguna Beach shop - loads of Echo, Jens Pirate Booty, Spell & The Gypsy Collective, Tambourine…..delish!

Navy has become my color of choice lately. Its close to black, greys and all of your other neutrals but gives it all a slightly more relaxed feeling. Pair with deep purples and golds for a richer vibe. This Tambourine tunic is my personal fav. right now. DS

Although I love how Spell & The Gypsy Collective mixes rocker tees, lace numbers and hipster onesies, my favorite pieces are their florals.  There’s something about them that remind me so much of when I was little, playing dress up.  Those little delicate, vintage romantic flowers against soft lightweight silks melt my heart.  I’m definitely wearing my maxi floral silk kimono over a vintage slip dress with my chinese flips around the house.  So dreamy.  :) Although I love how Spell & The Gypsy Collective mixes rocker tees, lace numbers and hipster onesies, my favorite pieces are their florals.  There’s something about them that remind me so much of when I was little, playing dress up.  Those little delicate, vintage romantic flowers against soft lightweight silks melt my heart.  I’m definitely wearing my maxi floral silk kimono over a vintage slip dress with my chinese flips around the house.  So dreamy.  :) Although I love how Spell & The Gypsy Collective mixes rocker tees, lace numbers and hipster onesies, my favorite pieces are their florals.  There’s something about them that remind me so much of when I was little, playing dress up.  Those little delicate, vintage romantic flowers against soft lightweight silks melt my heart.  I’m definitely wearing my maxi floral silk kimono over a vintage slip dress with my chinese flips around the house.  So dreamy.  :)

Although I love how Spell & The Gypsy Collective mixes rocker tees, lace numbers and hipster onesies, my favorite pieces are their florals.  There’s something about them that remind me so much of when I was little, playing dress up.  Those little delicate, vintage romantic flowers against soft lightweight silks melt my heart.  I’m definitely wearing my maxi floral silk kimono over a vintage slip dress with my chinese flips around the house.  So dreamy.  :)

I got a request from Peta today to  participate in an upcoming vegan shopping event and of course said yes & suggested they get the City of West Hollywood involved somehow. I still love what CWH did;  taking a very bold stance on legally banning the sale of fur in the city.  And recently the law was upheld in Federal court this past month although contested by a large retailer.  It’s pretty awesome that in one fell swoop they stopped a very significant number of animals from harm - and although its a very small dent every little bit counts.  That’s what I would say to anyone considering going vegetarian on any level, both in food and fashion - every little bit counts.

LP has been vegetarian for a really long time now, I would say almost 10 years at this point (although I’ve personally been vegetarian for (eek) 25+).  Not only no fur, but no leather, suede, skins, teeth, bone, horn….or feathers even.  Yes, its annoying when a designer makes something so insanely cute that I HAVE to have it but I also have to stop and say no because it contains those things.  My life is no different and neither is my store’s - it hasn’t changed our bottom dollar one bit.  

So, thank you WEHO, for taking the first of what I hope many cities will do, and thanks Peta for spreading the word that vegetarian fashion is easy and accessible.  We’ll be there.  :)