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Guatemalan inspired textiles from Archive New York

Vintage Guatemalan Inspired Textiles + Pillows from Archive New York | Unruly Things

I just adore these pillows from Archive New York, created by textile designer Amira Marion. she recently launched two beautiful collections : a digital collection in which she prints replications of vintage fabric fragments on to silk and a woven collection in which she worked with non-profit Maya Traditions and local Guatemalan weavers to recreate some traditional woven textiles. swoon, right?! see both collections here.

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{images from Archive New York}

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currently coveting : fall arrivals at Myth & Symbol + 15% off!

myth & symbol | drawing by Chau Nguyen for Unruly Things

like I said, I’m totally not ready to start talking Fall BUT with new arrivals this good, I just have to share. Myth & Symbol is one of my all-time favorite spots to haunt for brands like Ace & Jig, Black Crane, Rachel Comey and Ilana Kohn, to name a few. Chau asked me to pick my favorites from the latest arrivals and she illustrated them, just for Unruly Things. how amazing are these?!

I’m loving the Ace & Jig Peasant Mini dress, those Odette snake studs {seriously – swoon!} and that Lauren Manoogian shawl. the perfect outfit, perhaps paired with these Dieppa Restrepo booties. I could live in it all season long.

bonus – from today until Monday August 11, take 15% off your entire order with code UNRULY. perfect excuse to get that fall wardrobe started.

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little things : kira kids aw14

little things : kira kids aw14, photography by Flannery O'kafka | unruly things

I’m not ready to admit that fall is on the way. especially when it’s still blazing hot outside. but that doesn’t stop me from obsessing over the latest autumn/winter collections popping up everywhere.

I just ADORE this collection from Kira Kids. that love onesie, those pretzel tees and that blue taxi shirt?! way too cute.

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{images courtesy of Kira Kids | photography by Flannery O’kafka}

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show me your stack : betsy & iya production staff

show me your stack : betsy & iya production staff |unruly things

today’s stack comes from the lovely production staff at betsy & iya, a favorite Portland-based jewelry collection. first off, how fantastic is this image? I gasped when I opened my email. so good, right?! I’m dying over those bracelet stacks! here’s what the production staff has to say about their stacks…

We thought it’d be awesome to show our Production Staff’s respective stacks while holding some of the tools and materials we work with everyday. These are the hands that make your betsy & iya jewelry, so it’s only fitting that they are well adorned, too!

Collectively, we share a “pile it on” mentality, even if it means having to “pile it all off” when the jewelry making gets down and dirty sometimes. betsy & iya pieces are obviously well represented here, but there is an awesome mix of vintage, one-of-a-kind pieces, and hand-me-downs that each tell an incredible story.

For people who work with their hands for a living, it makes our jobs even more enjoyable to look down and see a visual representation of people we know, memories we’ve made, and most likely, some of our own handiwork.

L to R: Kate (Shipping Assistant/Maker), Alyssa (Maker), Barrie (Maker/Assistant Buyer), Betsy (Owner & Designer), Matt (Maker)

thanks so much, you guys!! you’ve set the bar pretty high for the seriesdo you or someone you know have an amazing stack that you’d like to share? submit photos of your ring adorned fingers to hello {at} unruly-things {dot} com.