Beating Against the Current: The Art Deco Society of California Fends off Time in their Preservations for Architectural 20th Century Genius

By Marjorie Magazine This article originally appeared in the 2020 Print Issue Roaring Twenties: an Encore It was as if we stepped into a dream. September 11, 2016 was a Sunday, bright and hot, yet cheery and surreal to find ourselves walking among the stretch of green on a sleepy Oakland Hills mansion, sprawling in… Read More Beating Against the Current: The Art Deco Society of California Fends off Time in their Preservations for Architectural 20th Century Genius

Bow of the Ball

By Marjorie Magazine This article originally appeared in the 2021 Print Issue of Marjorie Magazine. Order the issue now in digital or print here There’s no mistaking bows as the definitive dainty piece that completes any young woman’s look. And for Sarah Stillwell, owner of Grace & Grandeur Shop, perfecting beautiful bows for everyday elegance… Read More Bow of the Ball

Let Your Imagination Run to the Bygone Beach Days with these 3 Reads

By Marjorie Magazine We’re in much need of a getaway after a trying last year, and with Summer just arriving, there couldn’t be a more picturesque destination than the beach. But even if you’re landlocked this season or not quite ready to venture out of safety concerns, you won’t need to speed down to the… Read More Let Your Imagination Run to the Bygone Beach Days with these 3 Reads

Marvelous! The Only Way to Describe the Mrs. Maisel-Inspired Spring Line from Charlie Stone Shoes

Photos via Charlie Stone Shoes Step back into the world of 1958 with the latest and loveliest line from Charlie Stone Shoes yet! The retro reproduction brand that champions vintage styles in full comfort with their unique flats and heels just released an incredibly stunning 3 pairs in delicious colors that evoke cheery summers in… Read More Marvelous! The Only Way to Describe the Mrs. Maisel-Inspired Spring Line from Charlie Stone Shoes

If Walls Could Sing: How to Capture a Modern Mural with Old World Charm

By Marjorie Magazine Photos Courtesy of Cecelia Claire, Feature Photo by Grace Dupuy Enter a room, and it just might feel like home. But taking it a step further, Cecelia Claire creates a work of art. Inspired by her work as a translator in Europe where she sketched gardens and stunning architect of the Italian,… Read More If Walls Could Sing: How to Capture a Modern Mural with Old World Charm

This February, Reflect on This Scene from A League of Their Own

By Marjorie Magazine It’s National Girls and Women in Sports Day, celebrated every February 3rd as a time for women to embrace their full potential and power in play. Our minds instantly wandered to the past, the great achievements of women who emerged into the sports world during the 20th Century from golf to tennis… Read More This February, Reflect on This Scene from A League of Their Own