This is #7 in my “note to self” newsletters I send out
And sometimes, this is how it goes. You walk around the world intact and symmetrical, feeling like you got your shit all worked out and then your flip flop gets taken and replaced by another. And you just think “Well, at least it wasn’t pink” and sometimes, this is how the collisions happen in life.
I’m almost a month out of India now and have been in Australia spending time with good friends, doing the rounds with family (and loving it) but mostly I was here to officiate a wedding in Byron Bay. The wedding was a uniquely special and intimate affair as it was only the couple (who had eloped from the U.S), myself and a photographer. It was all that was needed for this kind of commitment and, once again, a reminder to me how simple love is.Ashly and Ted created a day which they completely owned. It wasn’t staged, it was hilariously honest and very touching and tender. I enjoyed every minute of it and a big congratulations to the couple! Here’s to a beautiful romance.
And, lastly – I’ve added new merchandise to the store.Introducing our custom vintage leather cuffs, now available in limited stock.While I was browsing the markets I came across vintage trims from old sari’s. There are so many vendors trying to make a living, finding anything of value they can sell. I also developed great relationships with some leather manufacturers and so I bought whatever stock was available in the trim and had Taj and his brother Kaiser rummage up some off cuts of their chocolate brown distressed leather and a cuff was born.There is limited supply because that was all that was left in the trim!
Life. It bloody reeks of possibilities doesn’t it?