in the studio


{top left} The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt. It’s been on my reading list for a while but I never seem to have the time to make a dent. It’s a perfect read for the holidays.” - Lexi, Marketing

{top right} "I'm not a big reader besides my subscriptions to Vogue and Architectural Digest.” - Lia, Production


{top left} "The Woman I Wanted to Be by Diane Von Furstenberg. This book has created a lot of buzz, and it will be the perfect read to keep me inspired over the long break.” - Gabby, Production 

{top right} "Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham because she’s a boss and I’m interested in anything (and everything) she has to say.” - Alley, Production


{top left} A Tale for the Time Being, because I have been slacking in my book club, and need to finish this one!” - Amber, Customer Service

{top right} "I’m planning on re-reading The Great Gatsby. It’s a timeless classic!” - Rosaline, Wholesale


{top left} "Finishing How to Build a Girl by Caitlin Moran for a reminder of how humorous & heartbreaking it is to be a 14 year old girl. Also starting Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand in time to catch the movie and hopefully squeezing in Amy Poehler's Yes, Please just for fun.” - Jessica, Graphic Design 

{top right} "Let My People Go Surfing by Yvon Chouinard. It’s an autobiographical story of the founder of Patagonia. His story and the rise of Patagonia is very inspiring to me - they are an incredible example of a product based company focused on their environmental impact. They have a long term vision and make corporate decisions without sacrificing quality or sustainability.” - Sandra, Director


{top left} "Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Train by Cheryl Strayed… and then I’m going to watch the much-anticipated movie!” - Kathleen, Design 

{top right} "Branding Yourself by Erik Deckers & Kyle Lacy. I am starting to read books on marketing and branding to keep my online boutique relevant.” - Thelma, Logistics


{top left} "Life - Keith Richards' biography. I love non-fiction and biographies in general - particularly rock and roll.” - Sandy, E-commerce 

{top right}Rework by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson: I read this two years ago at the start of the New Year. It's an inspiring, yet quick read that holds true to one of my favorite truths, ‘You need less than you think.’” - Sloan, Logistics