In Seven Days Around The Web #73

This week on In A Pavilion: Happy Sunday everyone! Berlin's become an unbearably humid place where thrice-a-day showers are a necessity and trips to nearby lakes a luxury. Because it looks like today will be no exception I best get to it!


  • Shocking news from Iraq and Syria: The New York Times reports on the Islamic State enshrining a theology of rape in conquered regions of both countries.
  • Not at all what it seems: The Guardian's Patrick Kingsley sheds ten truths about Europe's refugee crisis.
  • An interesting article by Dan Shure on Instagram analytics on Evolving SEO.
  • Speaking of social media, Daria of Dot Daria shared her thoughts on the subject and encourages us to go offline more often.
  • published some beautiful analogue snaps of Santorini by Kennedy Magazine's Chris Kontos.
  • The two girls behind The Curious Pear visited food author Mina Holland (read my book review) at home, for Food52.
  • Kate of Ghostparties has launched a stationary shop on Nouvelle Daily.
  • My friend Zsuzsanna interviewed ceramicist Matthias Kaiser for The Garden Edit.
  • The lovely people at Sight Unseen co-published my interview with artist Justine Ashbee.
  • Author Sally Hughes shares her experience of taking in a rescue dog, on The Pool.
  • The Guardian's Hadley Freeman discusses why Vanity Fair's best-dressed list is by far the most deranged.
  • That Grace Girl's latest Grace Notes includes some beautiful, travelbug-inducing images from her holiday in France, Spain and Portugal.


Melbourne-based designer Hilary Faye Sloane shares some images of a trip to India, on Anyone Girl.  Beautiful pottery from Jacob Bodilly.  Finally some stylish running apparel: Tracksmith (via Inattendu).  After sharing an article about Daphnis & Chloe from the NYT last week, I can also highly recommend their blog full of delicious recipes for all seasons.


A film that's been on everyone's mind these days and which I have watched twice already, The True Cost. I urge you all to go and watch it for yourself and have a more mindful approach to fashion in the future.

Let me know what you think and what you've been up to this week!

Lilly Wolf