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July Birthstone: Ruby

July Birthstone: Ruby

Calling all July babes!

This month's birthstone? The ever-enchanting ruby. A 9.0 on the Mohs scale, rubies are just shy of a diamond in hardness, and are the most valuable per carat of all the colored gemstones. They can be semi-transparent to opaque, and range in hue from anywhere from light pink to a... Continue reading

Five for Friday: Mei-Mei's Ginger Lu

Five for Friday: Mei-Mei's Ginger Lu

Five questions with Ginger Lu, content creator and fashion/lifestyle blogger at Chicago-centric mei-mei

 

1. Where do you find design inspiration?   
GL:
Just in my everyday life- people on the train, teens on bikes, a cool new Scandinavian interior... Continue reading

Heirloom: Reclaiming Personal Histories

Heirloom: Reclaiming Personal Histories

Heirlooms and keepsakes have been a part of family traditions since early civilization. They can be any sort of precious or sentimental object passed down through generations, but most famously take the form of jewelry. Heirloom jewelry is so fascinating because of the weight of history encapsulated in one... Continue reading
I Give You

I Give You

I Give You is a series of photographs by David Murray, and will be on display at Adornment + Theory from February 1 - March 1, 2018. Works on exhibit are for sale (framed: $425, unframed: $385). 

Join us on March 1, from 6pm-8pm for the closing reception.

Murray is a Chicago-based artist... Continue reading

Featured Artist: Catalina Bellizzi

Featured Artist: Catalina Bellizzi

Catalina Bellizzi (CATAPHANT) is a multi-disciplinary artist and educator based out of Chicago, San Diego, and Miami whose various art forms (music, painting, writing, among others) explore the dark but beautiful areas of faith and redemption. Ascribing to the Christian faith, her work is an eccentric exploration of... Continue reading

Reflections on 2017

Reflections on 2017

2017 was very good to me, though nowhere near easy. I ran a marathon, participated in the women’s march, met my fitness goals, and opened a business, two goals on an unclear horizon that came into shape this year. I’d always had the dream to open my own... Continue reading