IN SEVEN DAYS AROUND THE WEB #26

Hi everyone. What a busy week it's been! I've got so many exciting things coming up on here soon, but work has caught up with me and this week has definitely gone by way too fast! Anyway, I won't ramble on. Without further ado, here's this week's internet finds:

Miss Moss is by far one of my favourite blogs out there. She manages to find incredible content and has such a good eye for design. Her recent post on the label Bon introduced me to the brand (I love their logo and their story) and had me wishing for one of their straw hats...

I already shared an interview with The Pressery on Cate St Hill with you last week, but I couldn't resist to show you another great article this time around - Cate went to the Vietnamese Supper Club in Hackney. These kinds of places really make me wish I lived in London!

An indoor thunderstorm? Yes, you read that right! Designer Richard Clarkson clearly loves thunder and lightning just as much as I do, and has designed a cute little cloud/light to have mystical atmosphere in your room all year round. (via my friend Lucy)

Toast have just released their new September lookbook and I've got my eyes on that beautiful pyjama set.

Being a House of Cards fan may come as no surprise to you - however these two videos by Jimmy Fallon are hilarious! If you're familiar with the show, definitely give it a watch!

A really interesting article by Jon Card on The Guardian about more flexible working hours

Bruce Weber shot a film for Vogue about Naomi Campbell returning to Brixton. Here's the accompanying article on Vogue.

To carry on with the fashion theme, here's an interesting article about Tavi Gevinson, the child blogger wonder, who has recently turned 18 and is currently following her dreams outside of the fashion world. Read the interview in NY Magazine here.

Photographer Olivia Rae James has shared some beautiful images of a trip to Machu Picchu eight months ago. They are making me yearn for an adventure!

That's it from me for now! Happy Friday!

Lilly Wolf