By Marjorie Magazine Photos Courtesy of Nicole Letts By 2019, there was buzz in the design world of an emerging new style, or stylist as we should say. As we breezed through a decade of Scandinavian and Mid-Century minimalism with a little bit of polished industrial on the side, homes began taking on a more… Read More Home and the Rising Glamour of the Grandmillennial
By Marjorie Magazine A piece of the Mediterranean looms on the shores of the San Francisco Bay. North of the the Golden Gate Bridge lies a picturesque destination that was once a fishing village for the Bay Area, a gem of Marin called Sausalito. With waterfront views, hillside homes tucked neatly among the dark green… Read More Spending Time in Sausalito like it’s 1955
Story and Photos by Katie Licata Could you imagine exploring The Fontainebleau lobby in 1960, or walking down the street in 1950’s Atlanta? I had the immense privilege to do that for a couple of days in 2019 as a background actor on two period television shows; The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Lovecraft Country. I… Read More Behind the Scenes of Being a Period Background Actor
By Marjorie Magazine Most of us have been staying home, and trying to stay fabulous- and all while staying comfy, too! Disastrous doesn’t have to align with “drab,” and so to dress stylishly for a year like 2020, there’s nothing more fitting than the long-awaited revival of the house dress and its casual yet manicured… Read More The Quiet Comeback of the House Dress
By Marjorie Magazine Songs have a simple yet powerful way with how they can instantly evoke the smallest memories back into our minds. During the summertime, the need for exciting thoughts of warmer and brighter times. Songs of these hot months haunt us like the waters, waves coming to shore on the surface reflecting something… Read More Down by the Water, a Playlist
By Darlene Alvarez Photos by Jonathan Phillips, Dom Martin, Stuart Runham, and Tim Hunter Singers and dancers have always had a way with our hearts when it came to boosting the spirits and morale of nations in uncertain times. We may not have Fred and Ginger or the Andrews Sisters to take the stage especially… Read More Singing Along with the Satin Dollz!
A classic summer celebration calls for a dress that’s just as grand! Even after the 4th of July has come and gone, these styling ideas sing all the right notes for all summer long. Take a look at our picks for perking up Independence Day, for even if you’ll be having small festivities at home,… Read More Sparkle with Our 4th of July Styling!
Just as thrilling as it is to revel in the joys of summer with garden picnics, outdoor movie nights, and sandy beach days, so can the small moments of a summer spent in the city, particularly from one’s fire escape. The space may be small, and the sights many be stifled by tall buildings, but… Read More Summer on the Fire Escape, A Playlist
By Rachel Hayden The sun is shining, heat is beginning to creep into our days with the promise of summer. Perky sundresses and summer-ready high-waisted shorts fill closets around the world, waiting patiently for their turn to mingle at the vintage fair, farmers market, or leisurely park picnic. Despite the blue skies and scorching warmth… Read More Stay In, In Style: Pandemic and the Vintage Marketplace
By Jodi Truglio Photos Courtesy of Unique Vintage Nestled in Burbank, California’s historical district of Magnolia Park lies Unique Vintage’s store front. From the outside the brick building may not look like much, but once you step inside you will soon come to realize that each piece of clothing featured in Unique Vintage’s store is… Read More A Unique Outlook on Fashion