Whenever we embark on a new season, we relish in vintage for inspiration and this spring we craved the tactile textures and natural tones of macramé. Fresh and chunky, it's ever perfect for exploring the rugged beaches of St.Barts or chicly pairing with vintage Levis and clogs in the city. So, no matter your adventure, you'll have a penchant for these limited edition, forever pieces that are ripe for your nomadic spirit and just the closet refresh you've been looking for…
Macramé is a form of textile-making using knotting - a craft that's widely considered to have originated with Arabic weavers in the 13th-century. It was originally known by the word migramah meaning “fringe” and was thought to have been spread around the world by sailors. Though the craze for macramé faded for a time since the 13th-century, it resurfaced in the 1970s as a major trend and now again - we’re loving it for Spring!
Some memories never leave your bones.
Like salt in the sea: they become part of you.
Follow The Sun | California Dreaming. Featuring | Pamela Katz. Location | Treebones, Big Sur.