I recently styled a shoot in Westport, CT for Boast. Good friend Mikael Kennedy was the photographer, and needless to say, the photos that have been released so far have been amazing. Head to the website to see some of them on the home page slider.
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Teva my sweet child, you are welcomed back into my life with open arms. As outdoorsy kids growing up in Maine during the 1980s-90s, we had Teva sandals securely Velcro-d onto our feet practically every day. Whether on an adventure into the ocean, lake, or up the tree house in the backyard, Tevas were our go-to. I was thrilled when I caught wind of the limited edition collection that, “celebrates the spirit of Teva’s outdoor heritage, perfect for a day on Idaho’s Salmon River yet equally at home on the streets of New York, Tokyo or London.” The collection is now available and will be through the summer at a select group of retailers as well as Teva.com. So grab a pair and strap on a bit of that adventurous Teva spirit you remember so fondly. And while you’re on the Teva reminiscing track, head over to All Plaidout to Max’s witty recollection of his own experience with the brand, and check out the sweet pictures above my buddies Mikael Kennedy and Jeff Thrope did.
On our way up to Ted’s home in Boothbay, Maine for Christmas we stopped by shops Seawall and Brook There which are owned by friends and partners Daniel and Brook, respectively. It was our first time in the conjoined new space (after months of meaning to check it out) and Daniel was able to show us around the space. All the shirts for Seawall are cut and sewn right there in house. Button holes are made and stitched by the intense sewing machine pictured above and buttons sewn on by hand. All pieces from the Brook There collection are also designed, cut, and sewn in their shared studio space. Seawall also sells framed prints from photographer Mikael Kennedy, ceramics from potter Meghan Flynn, leather goods from Black Point Mercantile, and elixirs from Maine Medicinals. Portland is very lucky to have this new addition to the old port. I highly suggest popping in next time your in the area.