All month, we've sleuthed our favorite blogs and news outlets for stand-out content to share with you in our October newsletter. While we can't include everything we found (who wants to read a 2,000-word email?), we'd like to use this space to post some links from the cutting room floor, if you will.
Intricate, brightly-colored, and inspired by Cuban landscapes, embroidery artist Lorena Marañon's work is as alluring as it is skillful.
We're looking forward to a new series by Erin Boyle of Reading My Tea Leaves which highlights people who aim to live simpler lives.
Dorie Smith and Emelyn Northway met a Wharton during their freshmen orientation. The idea for their multi-million dollar workwear startup was born that night.
We're finding inspiration in the organic forms and muted colors on ceramicist Alana Wilson's Instagram feed.
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