In Seven Days Around The Web #71

This week on In A Pavilion: Summer has finally returned! After receiving a first taste for autumn the past week, I cannot wait to dust off my summer dresses and top up my Moroccan tan. For now, keep yourself occupied with this week's internet highlights.


  • In Bed Store asks Barcelona-based publisher Zio Baritaux some questions about her practice.
  • Live The Process gets to know Susanne Kaufmann, founder of the cosmetic brand by the same name.
  • (German) Und noch ein Beauty-Interview: Femtastics besuchen Kaya-Line Knust von Stop The Water While Using Me! in ihrer Wohnung im Hamburger Schanzenviertel.
  • In Berlin during the summer? Then this guide by Folkdays' Ruth Bartlett will come in handy.
  • Daria of Dot Daria just shared her first roll of analogue film on her blog and they're really lovely.
  • Ever had a strange dream? Then submit your story to Man Repeller!
  • Bridie of Maison Ellis makes a case for Clarks shoes – and I've finally found the perfect summer wedding pair (the white mules).
  • Condé Nast Traveler shares five common mistakes travellers shouldn't make when they're in Japan.
  • How lovely are these ad campaigns for Volkswagen by illustrator Tom Haugomat featuring a pared back colour scheme and little white lies parents tell their kids?! I wish all advertisement was illustration-based! (via It's Nice That)
  • Zena Alkayat and illustrator Nina Cosford are to publish two illustrated biographies on literary legends Virginia Woolf and Jane Austen, Artists & Illustrators reports.
  • Rediscover this old interview from 2006 with Joan Didion by The Guardian's Sean O'Hagan.
  • According to Phaidon, photographer William Eggleston is currently in Brazil for an exhibition and potentially even a new project.


I can't get enough of the beautiful illustrations by Amanda Akerman. | A blog I've recently discovered and can't wait to explore more: Bell & Smokey by Birmingham-based Laurie.


Claire Ptak of Violet Bakery shares some insights into her business, on ACast by Asos.


Nowness' new series "The Way We Dress" asks four female directors to reveal the hidden truths behind women's relationship with clothes – I especially liked this one by Linda Brownlee, which is all about Simone Rocha and how Hong Kong's elderly women inspired her. It's beautiful!

NY Mag's "The Science of Us" series tackles cats and their communication with us.

That's it for this week, everyone. I hope you've enjoyed all of the above links!

Lilly Wolf