Tag Archives: Kate McAuley
At mou, we live in a perpetual state of inspiration, so we thought we’d jump on the Tumblr bandwagon and share our favourite online finds with you. Please join us here.
Since 2010, artist Guy Denning has been posting a drawing a day on his blog. This is quite the work ethic – and talent – don’t you think?
We need a piece by German artist Monika Huber on our walls pronto. Images courtesy of Monika Huber. MOU fan? Please join us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or visit our website.
This Numéro China editorial featuring Alek Wek is so stunning we had to share it. Enjoy.
We love these pieces by Japanese designer Michihiro Sato.
We’ve already professed our love for paper cut artist Rob Ryan, but we’re more than happy to add New York-based Donna Ruff to our list. The medium might be the same, but the message is entirely different. Where Ryan’s work … Continue reading
There are few downsides to producing covetable products, but poor quality counterfeits has to be one of them. Since we first started making our boots and slippers in 2002, inscrutable imitators have attempted to cash in on our popularity. Of … Continue reading
I recently stumbled across Portland designer Teresa Robinson while muddling through style sites for inspiration and she immediately caught my attention. Made by hand under the label Stone & Honey, each piece varies in texture and colour. I particularly like the … Continue reading
Europe is experiencing it’s first Arctic blast of the season today, so I’ve snuggled up indoors and shopped around online for my favourite new sweaters. I like earthy tones and grey shades at the moment. Here are my top six finds. … Continue reading
There’s nothing quite like the changing of the seasons. Summer to Autumn is my favourite. The chilly, crisp mornings. The changing colours. Layering with big knits and cashmere. It’s all divine, don’t you agree?