Category Archive: travel

nick + loann // san miguel de allende, mexico

the night before the wedding, this parade took over the cobblestone streets of san miguel. the afternoon sun, a donkey, shots of tequila, giant dancing puppets, a mariachi band, friends&family and the bride&groom–a magic… Continue reading

love in the city // san francisco

leota and i met in high school. we spent our days sewing hippie dresses in my basement and playing our african goat-skinned drums on the shores of green lake; listening to kate bush… Continue reading

the hill workshops // vermont

last summer i went to vermont to take part in the hill workshops and it was an amazing five days in one of the most spectacular places i’ve been. we slept in rudyard kipling’s old estate… Continue reading

la manzanilla, mexico.

fourteen days in mexico and even after two weeks of turquoise inner-tubes, whales in the bay, fish tacos with avocado, skin that smells like sunscreen, straw hats and hammocks, iguanas falling out of… Continue reading

yellowstone // wyoming

end of the summer road trip with a car full of sleeping bags and flashlights and maps. a car rack packed with an old tent and a box of camping dishes from the… Continue reading

PRAGUE.

When we arrived to Prague in the early hours of the morning, the city was blanketed in a fog. I immediately loved the ancient buildings, cobblestone streets, broken walls and colorful facades. Angelika… Continue reading

ASTORIA.

We met Bill, Bob, Dominic and Jack about ten years ago when we moved into the hood. They live up the block from us and they surround themselves with rooftop gardens, bike sheds,… Continue reading

BOSNIA.

*Reen and I travelled to Bosnia. And this is our story, told by her: my friend who writes like the wind… 1992. The year I chose menswear for my first day of school… Continue reading

CROATIA.

Reen and I landed in Dubrovnik at noon on a Saturday, and when we stepped off the plane, there was a mob of screaming Croatians: they were chanting our names, wearing t-shirts with… Continue reading

PART THREE // MEXICO

***a few things that happened south of the border: indy got an ear infection and we took her to see a mexican doctor who wrote up her prescription on a typewriter from ’78 //… Continue reading