If you’re here right now, I suspect you took great care of yourself and scored big on Black Friday/Cyber Monday …and then proceeded to freak out on “Crap, I Didn’t Buy Anything for Anyone Else” Tuesday. I get you. We are the same people. So, scrounge up your remaining coin, because you’ve got work to…
Back by popular demand, these Beautiful People sweaters are the some of softest things we’ve ever sold. Added bonus: designed and produced in Los Angeles.
One of ANOMIE’s newest in-store brands is Lykke Wullf, a California-made line with a modern take on Western workwear classics, heavy on overalls and major butt appreciation, and thus, just our style.
As it turns out, Chelsea is not the only one posting selfies of her shop swag on instagram. (#amirrorselfieadaykeepsthedoctoraway, true fact). We *heart eyes emoji* love seeing how you incorporate your items onto your bodies and into your homes; so here’s a selection of some of our favorite #ANOMIEinthewild photos. Naturally, boobs and middle fingers are a theme. Duh.
Now that we’ve all passed Jewelry 101, it’s time to delve a little deeper into the work of Claire Kinder, one of ANOMIE’s most beloved designers and maker of our best selling Pip rings and studs. Think of this as a virtual graduation field trip, and I’m your Ms. Frizzle. Destination: Kinder’s new Brooklyn studio. Seatbelts, everyone!
With the help some of our favorite designers, we’ve compiled a healthy introduction to all things jewelry, from proper maintenance to the intense care that goes into making even the simplest of pieces. And who better to educate us than the women behind the workbenches? Pull out your notebooks, Jewelry 101 is in session.
We sat down with the reluctant businesswoman behind H&SOME Paper to find the source of her comic genius and crafty ways.
Say hello to Objects Without Meaning, the newest line to hit our racks. Founded in 2011 by Alexandra Michelle, a 10-year fashion industry vet, OWM has been designed and produced in LA ever since.
Longing to get some ANOMIE shop vibes in your life? Say hello to our latest in-store playlist.
Okay, so this isn’t really a ‘Meet the Maker’ in the sense we normally use it… but she made ME, so that has to count for something!