She walks among many of us, leaving a scar, a scathing footprint. Drenched in the abyss of heartache, there’s a pain and a weight that surfaces, seeking to harm. She is at odds with any beam of hope, but from time to time a replenished
I remember the day Audrey Hepburn died. I was eight years old, and I had never seen my grandmother so distraught. She bunched a tissue against her eyes and her voice broke, as though the face of Audrey was not an image on celluloid, but
Several blocks east of the heart of Los Angeles’ financial center is the Downtown Arts District, an area once overrun by blocks of derelict manufacturing plants and otherwise questionable activity. Recently, the creative set made flight eastward, recognizing beauty in the quiet, worn down souls
A Note From The Editor: This is part of our A Lovely Arrangement series, which features inspiration and advice on creating beautiful floral arrangements using inexpensive supermarket flowers. Catch up on previous posts here.
The best part about working with inexpensive flowers is that you have plenty of
A Note From The Author: Dear Darlings, this topic has been on my heart for quite some time and has been a theme that continues to teach me more about my heart and reveal opportunities for growth in my own life. While my sincere hope
Photo Credit: Sarah Sherman Samuel for A Sunny Afternoon
“Anyone who thinks they’re too grown up or too sophisticated to eat caramel corn, is not invited to my house for dinner.”- Ruth Reichl
What is your comfort food? Eggs are my go-to, in all forms. If it weren’t
Our lives tend to be overwhelmed with to-do lists. We make lists upon lists of people to call, emails to write, tasks to complete, things to buy; it’s never ending. When we lay our heads down at night our minds are often still churning, running
Living just outside New York City and making frequent trips into the city to explore has allowed me the privilege of discovering what are now a few of my favorite spaces to pass the time, connect with friends, and spend a romantic date with my
We're thrilled that Issue No. 5 is sold out already! You can still get the digital version here though.
You can now place pre-orders for the upcoming Holiday issue and you'll get the digital version of Issue No. 6 for free with any pre-order.
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We're thrilled to announce that you can now order high-quality art prints of your favorite persona or personas from our very talented illustrators. You can also order a print of our iconic hand illustrated mission statement. These prints will look great in a frame, or
Drop by the boutonné studio in downtown San Diego, and you’ll be welcomed into a space that mirrors the company’s aesthetic. Housed in a historic warehouse, the studio is white from top to bottom. A vintage letterpress machine and a photo of a Nashville apartment
Here's one of our most popular posts of all time for those of you who may have missed it:
In 2011, the American Medical Association took a public stance against ‘Photoshopping.' The most respected group of medical professionals in the U.S. opined that the way media
Inspired by "The Mystery of Charm" piece in Darling Issue No. 5 (written by Wendy Shalit, author of "A Return to Modesty"), we invite you to watch this whimsical short film and dwell in a story of poise and loveliness.
(Photo shoot found on page 120 of