Happy Weekend: Estella’s Weekly Roundup

February 21, 2014


TGIF! Have a wonderful weekend & we’ll see you on Monday!

A lovely organic clothing line based in NYC.

10 beautiful thoughts for new moms (+ 4 for 2nd timers).

Meet Yung Lenox, the 7 year old hip-hop enthusiast who likes to draw (read more here).

Loads of neat toys to look out for this year.

How playful and fun are these sweatshirts and pants?

Our love for Aila Wang (Alexander Wang’s niece) continues.

Such a cool black and white photo shoot.

Loved this interview with Cynthia Rowley on all things motherhood.

Our feelings on this never-ending winter.

P.S. Emile et Ida‘s ss14 collection is now available to pre-order!

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