NATIVE Week No. 11
i. I was in Brooklyn and saw the cutest woman wearing these shoes at Marlow & Sons. Instantly obsessed, I stopped her mid-conversation to ask where they were from. I was expecting some intangible answer, like a little shop in Morocco. But to my surprise they were from here.
ii. My client told me about this organization, and I'm SO inspired to learn more.
iii. I just inherited this book, and surprisingly it's one of the most informative books on holistic bathing I've ever read. From sitz baths to aquatonic to ancient bath recipes. New FAV!!
iv. Very excited to check out this new super chic yoga line made of natural and noble fibers as an alternative to synthetic workout gear. Their cashmere looks unreal as well.
v. Has everyone heard of this non-toxic sexy make up and product line?
vii. Really feeling this line that is designed, cut, and sewn under one roof.
viii. Might potentially make this, this weekend.
Photo | Juliette Favat
Here's what I'm packing to stay warm and chill.
Burning bamboo, grain-free cardamom cupcake recipe, cactus porn, private lives of sun signs, and a special offering from me to you.
Healing through the human energy field, stone ground coconut butter, a beauty and face-mapping workshop, addiction, and the new shea butter I'm all about.
Sexual alchemy, no more panties under skirts - or organic cotton panties instead - for yoni microbiome health, the swimsuit, a grainless cake recipe, the coolest new spot in Portland, how our immune system drives social preference, and French feminism. I think that about covers it this weekend.
A new Ayurvedic eatery, MNZ camel pumps, a couple of great workshops, a wellness hub in Brooklyn, an Indian spice and herb store, and the best bone broth I've ever had.
Astrological insight, what plant you should have in your bedroom, Cryotherapy, a popsicle recipe, and the perfect fall shoes to keep you inspired this weekend.
My favorite book on ancient baths, these shoes, a weekend recipe, and zero waste to keep you inspired this weekend.
The chicest handcrafted traditional Turkish shoes that are sustainable (and my everything).