This is, without a doubt, the coolest tag I have come across, and possibly the best safety pin ever.
I really must find a worthy use for this safety pin.
This utilitarian, strategically weathered ensemble is the price/product ID tag for the leather jacket* I got at AllSaints. There, for unabashedly staggering prices, you can find a great industrial chic aesthetic rendered in some of the softest and most luxurious fabrics around. The hefty price surely paid, in part, for this beautiful tag, but I find myself applauding AllSaints for it. This is branding and cohesive vision at its best.
*which will show you soon. It was so, so worth it.
Have you seen their storefront on Newbury Street? A massive matrix of vintage Singer sewing machines.
I’m borrowing this bracelet from CPL for a while and liking it so much, I wear it all the time.
Antique silver spoons shaped into a circlet with a magnetic clasp.* I particularly like this art-deco wheat pattern. Articulated and quite heavy, it falls beautifully on the wrist. Weight is a boon to any draping cause.
*which magnet is no joke, and needs to be kept away from electronics and watches and such.
This piece is from Recycled Silverware by local artisan John Atkinson. [617-372-2817, firstname.lastname@example.org]
You can find similar designs from a number of Etsy sellers. [keyword search ‘spoon bracelet magnetic clasp’] I have my eye on some of these. There are spoon rings, too, evidently, which have a nice massiveness to them. And doubtless other things. Forks**…wind chimes…
**I like that the distinction is maintained, whether it used to be a spoon or a fork, even though the business end has been sacrificed for the sake of decoration.