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      Sale: $40 Off the Sousa Top in RED

      Sousa Sale

      The perfect shade of red. Shop the Sousa Top in RED and get $40 off. This is our bestselling top for a good reason... it's incredibly stylish yet deceptively comfortable.

      Use Code: RED40
      Available now until midnight PST on February 14, 2021.

      Sale Sousa Top

      Playlist: Only Love

      Playlist: Only Love

      Happy-go-lucky, feel good tunes about... love.

      Only Love
      1. Only Love – Ben Howard
      2. Crazy Love –– Audra Mae
      3. Shallow –– Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper
      4. Sweet Pea –– Amos Lee
      5. You Are the Best Thing –– Ray LaMontagne
      6. When We Were Young
       –– Lucy Schwartz
      7. This Year's Love –– David Grey
      8. Life Is Better With You –– Michael Franti and Spearhead
      9. Coming Home –– Leon Bridges

      Listen on Spotify

      Sip of the Month: Bramble Cocktail

      Sip of the Month: Bramble Cocktail

      A favourite all year round, however, the lovely violet colour of the Bramble is perfect for Valentine's too! This classic gin cocktail is refreshing with lemon juice, simple syrup, Crème de Mûre (blackberry liquor) and crushed ice. 

      Bramble Cocktail
      Bramble Cocktail
      Serves 2

      100 ml | 3  ½ fl oz  (scant  ½ cup) gin  
      50 ml | 3 tbsp fresh lemon juice
      2 tsp simple syrup or more, to taste
      2 ½ tsp Cr ème de Mure (or Cassis)
      fresh blackberries or lemon peel to garnish
      crushed ice

      Fill a rocks glass with crushed ice.
      Put all the ingredients except for the Crème de Mure in a cocktail shaker half filled with ice.
      Shake hard for about ten seconds then strain into the glass.
      Drizzle the Crème de Mure over the drink – it will stain your cocktail a beautiful colour – and garnish with fresh blackberries or some lemon peel.

      Recipe and photo via Super Golden Bakes

      Helene on Finding Joy

      Helene on Finding Joy

      Finding Joy
      May some of the following inspire you in the wintry months ahead. xx Helene

      Currently listening to: The Crashing Soundtrack on Spotify, listen here
      Crashing Soundtrack

      An outfit I just can’t get enough of: My new Bali Lounge pants in grey marl and my Orly Long Sleeve top in putty. So soft, so comfy, yet stylish! These are my feel good clothes.
      Helene Clarkson

      Art that inspires meQuite a few years ago I was fortunate enough to see a retrospective exhibition of the incredible Ghanaian artist El Anatsui at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. He is considered to be one of the most exciting contemporary visual artists of our time and it's easy to understand why when you see his work. To say that it is breathtaking is an understatement. El Anatsui recycles found objects into massive tapestries. By joining thousands of liquor bottle tops with copper wire he creates stunning mosaics that are astonishing in their texture and colour. The New Yorker magazine has a wonderful profile about him in the January 18 issue which has brought this artist back into focus for me. I highly recommend taking a look at his work. I guarantee it will soothe your soul and brighten these gloomy winter days. 

      These images are from the El Anatsui's "Kindred Viewpoints" at the Marrakech Biennale in 2016. See more of his works here

      El Anatsui's "Kindred Viewpoints"


      Meme that makes me laugh: This is for all those who are enduring classes online!!
      Dog Essay Meme

      A new skill that I’ve learned: I took an online film course with Xanthe Berkeley, and learned how to create films using only my iPhone. I highly recommend it: Handmade Film Making
      Handmade Film Making

      Something I’m currently cooking: I love the chef Ottolenghi and have really enjoyed this comforting dish of Aubergine Dumplings Alla Parmigiana from his new cookbook Flavour. Here is the recipe if you would like to try!!

      A book I'm reading: I'm currently enjoying Hamnet by Maggie O'Farrell. What a wonderful read.Hamnet

      Sip of the Month: Sparkling Blood Orange Mocktail

      Sip of the Month: Sparkling Blood Orange Mocktail

      Dry January anyone? This mocktail made with blood orange juice, honey, and vanilla is a refreshing winter spritzer. P.S. Did you know that just one blood orange delivers more than a day’s supply of Vitamin C!?

      Honey Vanilla Blood Orange Mocktail
      Sparkling Blood Orange Mocktail
      Serves 2

      8 oz. blood orange juice, freshly squeezed
      1 tbsp honey
      ½ tsp vanilla extract
      4 oz. lime sparkling water
      blood orange slices for garnish


      Squeeze the blood orange juice into a mason jar with a lid or cocktail shaker. Add the honey and vanilla extract to the un-chilled juice. Shake. Add ice to cool it down.

      Pour evenly into two ice-filled glasses. Top with lime sparkling water and a slice of blood orange on top. Cheers! Enjoy right away.


      Recipe and photo via Marisa Moore

      Playlist: Light

      Playlist: Light

      Dark winter days call for a playlist that's light and easy. Have a listen while you're cooking, cleaning or just kicking back with a cup of tea.  

      1. Feeling It For The First Time – The Atlas, Joe Cleere
      2. Twist –– Dizzy
      3. Old Pine –– Ben Howard
      4. Salvation –– The Strumbellas
      5. La Di Da –– Lennon Stella
      6. Watch Me
       –– Labi Siffre
      7. Lost In The Light –– Bahamas
      8. Only Love –– Ben Howard
      9. Blues Run The Game –– Jackson C. Frank
      10. Hot Tears –– Leif Vollebekk

      Listen on Spotify