What We’ve Loved This Month

 
One of the images of our Papermoon editorial for was featured on Vogue Italia’s Best Of, shot by Anna Rosa Krau.

One of the images of our Papermoon editorial for was featured on Vogue Italia’s Best Of, shot by Anna Rosa Krau.

 


The change of seasons is always a good reminder that we need to nourish ourselves. Especially so in autumn, when the weather is turning colder, wetter and more challenging. And this is why we came up with the idea to put together a list of inspiration to nurture heart, mind and soul, that we would like to share with you. We’d love to hear from you if you enjoy this list and if you have some nourishments to share - please drop us a line and leave a comment below!


 

HEART
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“He was a little shy but not as shy as he succeeded in making people believe. He was simply not very interested in people or money.” (Gloria Guinness on Cristóbal Balenciaga) - But he was certainly very much interested in crafting spectacular clothes. If you are in London, don’t miss this small but fine Balenciaga exhibition at the V&A, it runs until February 18, 2018  //  I love watching Solange’s most wonderful music videos such as for Cranes In The Sky and Don’t Touch My Hair. Currently, you can see her work as part of an installation on black identity at London’s Tate Modern  //  Thank you, Garance, for some perfect advice on stress relief! <3

 

MIND
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“How can we learn to talk again of values and goals, and put them at the heart of an economic mindset that is fit for the twenty-first century?” - If you are interested in learning about a new economic model that allows us to thrive while saving the planet, Kate Raworth’ Doughnut Economics is an enlightening and well-written must read  //  Some thoughts and insights on How to Start a Business That's Radically Transparent (and Why You Should)

 

SOUL
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What would I do without the serene wisdom of Tara Brach’s talks and guided meditations?  //  Turmeric latte is a magical brew and the best ending to a busy day//  Music for the soul: Gabor Szabo’s Dreams (1968)