uo spring marketplace

This Sunday April 27, Geoff & I will be taking part in a pretty cool spring marketplace at the Urban Outfitters at Yonge and Queen (235 Yonge Street). The event lasts from 1 to 4 PM, and there will be lemonade and a whole bunch of amazing local vendors I’m excited to meet!

We’re hoping to debut a couple of new tote designs (sheesh, it’s been forever!), so if they’re ready in time I’ll post sneak peeks on Instagram.

Fieldguided / Go Home Print 


a few fab finds

I was recently invited to create a page of my personal picks on Fab, and it was pretty difficult to narrow down my selections! At the same time, it was pretty fun to do a little window shopping. You can check out my page here, and below are some of my faves.

one: As a Capricorn, Saturn is my ruling planet, so these earrings by Stefanie Sheehan really speak to me, even if Saturn is a harsh master.

two: A pretty wrap bracelet in some colours that I love.

three: Could it be? Is bike riding season finally back? This helmet by Sawako Furuno is probably the prettiest helmet I have ever seen

four: I think moon imagery is really having a moment and I couldn’t be happier about this. Ring by Stefanie Sheehan.

five: Herbivore Botanicals Nourish Facial Oil. I ditched moisturizer in favour of facial oils last fall, and I think it helped my skin come through winter unscathed. Now that my skin is no longer dry all the time, I have a nice glow! I dig it.

six: I seem to run out of battery on my phone about halfway through my day without fail, since I listen to music and podcasts and absently scroll Instagram way too often... I could really use this Boostcase.

seven: I have this exact brk bottle and it is THE BEST. As long as I keep it clean there isn’t anything nasty to worry about such as BPAs, and it will last forever. Last year I kicked mine hard off a spinning bike and it totally did not break. Hydration! It’s great!


floral island

If you’ve been into Easy Tiger, Philistine, or Likely General here in Toronto, there’s a good chance you’ve seen the beautiful work of Toronto-based glasswork artist Robin Clason under the name Floral Island (um yes, best name ever). So in love. It looks as though a few of the newer pieces will work as water vessels, which is pretty amazing.

Most of these pictures are taken from the Floral Island Instagram account, but a few are from Likely General’s blog and the Floral Island shop.