a tribute to levon helm, yes. but it’s more like a quiet meditation on the legacies we leave others to carry and how costly those can be. sweetly and subtly heartbreaking.
p.s. it sounds so serious, but you’ll laugh too. promise.
We are so excited that our friend Hannah (the handcrafter behind our first i+w necklace!) will be in Nashville this weekend, hosting a pop-up event at the gas station on Sunday, May 19th from 1 pm – 5 pm. Join us for treats and lots of great jewelry shopping – we can’t get enough of her simple, classic style. Hope to see you there!
Another Feather at imogene + willie
Sunday, May 19th
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
jewelry, treats + more
on repeat, tryin to get the sun to come back to nashville
good rainy day movie for this coming weekend: little fauss and Big Halsy.
less for the story line. more so to gawk at the style of lauren hutton and robert redford.
We had the pleasure of meeting Mikael Kennedy a few weeks ago in Nashville, and are continually blown away with the art that he creates. Eight of his polaroids from this Passport to Trespass series are in a group exhibition titled Scenes from the South, showing in New York until June 1st at the Howard Greenberg Gallery.
if you are from henderson, kentucky – you’ll get this.
anywhere you go in the world, you meet someone connected to henderson.
and more so, everything good starts in henderson.
that’s the opinion of anyone that grew up there or lives there.
we’re all pretty proud of our special hometown.
but there is a fact (almost) about one thing in particular that started in henderson:
however, that’s debatable!
judy jenkins, our revered hometown newspaper columnist, has been writing for the paper since matt and i were kids. judy wrote the below article for the the bicentennial issue of our local newspaper back in 1992. it tells the story of a hendersonian named miss mary towels sasseen, hailed as the national originator of mother’s day. but, philadelphia’s miss anna jarvis thought she deserved the acclaim!
happy mother’s day, courtesy of mary towels sasseen and the land of all things possible…..henderson, ky!
Happy Birthday to the one and only Brian Awitan!
Wishing a very happy day to our cute-as-a-button Debbie!
Northern Grade is happening this weekend, and we are happy to be a part! The 100% USA made menswear pop-up market is making its way to town on Sunday, May 5th. Some local favorites—as well as many larger national brands—will be there and it’s sure to be a good time (see the full brand list here). Join us for some fine shopping, live music, local libations and hair cuts from our friends at Parlour & Juke!