OCTOBER: THE BEST (CURATED BY US)
THE BEST OF THE SEASON
We love fall and all the energy it brings. From cozy sweaters to comfort cravings, here is our curated list of all the best ways to embrace the season this month.
THE BEST SHOPPING
As the temperatures continue to drop, we’re using every excuse to warm up our wardrobe and home.
Consciously made in Peru, OZMA lets nature and the beauty of simplification guide their collection of sweaters. Woven with the finest Alpaca, Wool and Organic Pima Cotton yarns, this is at the top of our investment list this season.
SET THE MOOD
Anecdote captures the essence of personal moments through conversational fragrances both funny and sentimental. Set the mood with their collection of candles hand-poured with natural ingredients.
Colder weather means more time indoors. Make the most of time spent couchside with Boon and Up’s collection of throws, textiles and blankets. Feel good knowing they’re handwoven by women in Ghana.
THE BEST READS
Little reminders, home inspiration and a story of chemistry are on our short list of reads this month.
HIT THE BOOKS
We laughed, we cried and smiled our entire way through this page-turner. Set in the 1960s, “Lessons in Chemistry” is a book about chemistry, cooking and women changing the status quo.
FEEL “ETT HEM”
Founder of Net-a-Porter, Natalie Massenet and her husband Erik Torstensson transformed a former rectory in the English countryside into a family-friendly retreat. Combining all the feels of fall with modern design, it had us looking around our home for an improvement or two.
Model and artist, Koreen created the wearenotreallystrangers card game to empower meaningful connections with others. We love her newsletter of daily reminders and she’s one of our favorite follows on Instagram.
THE BEST ENTERTAINMENT
From cooking bowls of comfort to taking time for fluidity, these things will keep you entertained.
Soup season is upon us and we’re on a mission to make every recipe from this cookbook come spring.
As the days get shorter, we took a moment and listened to artist, Jamie Nares talk about her decades of work exploring time, rhythm and movement. It’s an easy listen for when you’re cooking or commuting to work.
Bean & Bean coffee roasters are a mother-daughter duo working to bridge the gender gap in coffee. Serve up your morning brew with a cup of female-powered coffee.