It was a busy week at Julesee.com with the release of my first batch of super soft custom chainstitch embroidered sweatshirts (more to come DM me to preorder), shopping with clients, and lots of blogging. I did have time to stop at Platform LA for lunch at Bianca Bakery (which I highly recommend), browsed in the boutiques, and stopped for an iced matcha from Boba Guys (my fave). Wishing everyone a Happy Mother’s Day!
I have been anxiously awaiting the arrival of H&M’s collaboration with resort wear brand Lemlem (launches 5/6 8am EST). Lemlem was started by model and actress Liya Kebede. Liya started the brand with hopes to preserve the art of weaving and create more jobs in her native country of Ethiopia. The capsule collection consists of 28 pieces that retail from $13.99-$49.99. To shop the collaboration click here. It’s won’t last long!
I loved this weekend’s WSJ article The Never-ending Joy of the 90’s a walk down fashion memory lane with Carolyn Murphy, Shalom Harlow, and Amber Valletta. It talks about how their friendship has grown over the years and how they have adjusted to the ever evolving fashion industry. The styling by Clare Richardson was spot on, it captured their natural beauty and carefree style. I gathered some pieces from the shoot and listed them below.
I have to say it’s been so nice to be able to go out to restaurants, socialize, and get dressed up. We finally made it to Roberta’s at the Platform over the weekend. I loved the salads, pizza, and stracciatella! Also on the food front, La Double J launched their collaboration with Ladurée you can check out the beautiful French macarons here and dishes here.
Happy Friday everyone! Outdoor dining is the new norm in LA and there is definitely a need for an extra layer to stay warm in the evenings. I love the above cardigan Blaire Eadie is wearing by Stella Nova. Some other options to keep you warm while dining alfresco.