In November, our founder and Editor in Chief Paris Kim had the opportunity to speak about her inspirations and the creation of Marjorie Magazine for a panel sponsored by Blurb Books, Unsplash, and Weebly, highlighting the power … Read the rest
We’re kicking off February with our fresh-choice picks of inspiration, indulgence, and overall feelings of romance and pure joys of the past.
This month, florals and highly-feminine picks define the month of a young woman in love. The blues of … Read the rest
In the age of everything digital, who would have thought prints would make their way back into the 21st century? The classic Polaroid camera of the 50’s has returned in a faster, more agile, and user-friendly form. Despite the … Read the rest
Photos by Catie Beatty
A traditional feast for the eyes, we’ve always found ourselves drawn to budding collections of Christmas ornaments, especially if collected over time. Years of memorable moments and quirky homemade pieces offer a glimpse, like a snow … Read the rest
Not only did Rita Hayworth exude charm, but she was dubbed “The Love Goddess”– an instant cover girl, she was everything every star could be. She took her siren roles and began a career which spanned two decades and stared … Read the rest
What is old can be loved again. Something old becomes something beloved.
While it’s always exciting to await presents under the tree, neatly wrapped until torn through to reveal new and shiny baubles and trinkets true to our Christmas lists … Read the rest
The bittersweet turn of the seasons from the cheery spring and summer months into the heavier, dark days of fall and winter might have a certain vintage-loving gal or two down. For gone must be the delicate satin pumps … Read the rest
If you’re finding your head in the clouds on this work day morning, we’ll give you good reason to keep it there, dreaming about the luxurious aviation of the distant past.
In the 1930’s as air travel began its ascension … Read the rest