THE DÔEN SCRAPBOOK

Summer Time

Summer is the year’s sweetest fruit – a ripe peach on a sunny day, a cold watermelon in the heat of the afternoon, an infinite pleasure to savor to the fullest. In honor of this most delicious time of the year, see below for a few of the Summer delights that we revel in today and beyond.
THE DÔEN SCRAPBOOK

Summer Time

Summer is the year’s sweetest fruit – a ripe peach on a sunny day, a cold watermelon in the heat of the afternoon, an infinite pleasure to savor to the fullest. In honor of this most delicious time of the year, see below for a few of the Summer delights that we revel in today and beyond.

LISTEN TO SONGS OF SUMMER

Meant to be blasted with the windows rolled down and the volume turned up, these songs sound and feel like the golden glow of summer. Listen here.

LISTEN TO SONGS OF SUMMER

Meant to be blasted with the windows rolled down and the volume turned up, these songs sound and feel like the golden glow of summer. Listen here.

Summer Drive-In

Bonjour Tristess
A delicious visual escape to the south of France, paired with a plotline that twists and turns in ways one wouldn’t expect. We also love the book version!
Summer of Soul
An infectiously inspiring documentary about the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival (which included performances from Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, and countless others) and its revolutionary power.
Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love
Recounting the longtime love affair shared by Leonard Cohen and his Norwegian sweetheart, Marianne, Worlds of Love is a story of infatuation, escape, heartbreak, talent and so much more.

Summer Drive-In

Bonjour Tristess
A delicious visual escape to the south of France, paired with a plotline that twists and turns in ways one wouldn’t expect. We also love the book version!
Summer of Soul
An infectiously inspiring documentary about the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival (which included performances from Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, and countless others) and its revolutionary power.
Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love
Recounting the longtime love affair shared by Leonard Cohen and his Norwegian sweetheart, Marianne, Worlds of Love is a story of infatuation, escape, heartbreak, talent and so much more.

LUCIENNE

LUCIENNE DRESS

Picnic Companions

A TABLECLOTH-TURNED-PICNIC-BLANKET
Repurpose one of our printed and crochet-edged tablecloths as a perfect base for your picnic.
A VINTAGE PICNIC BASKET
The perfect vintage picnic basket is a true treasure to keep (and use) forever. Look on Etsy for some sweet options - we adore the ones with built in utensils and glasses for ultimate packing ease.
PASTIMES
A set of watercolors in case inspiration strikes, and a deck of cards or a backgammon set in case entertainment is needed.

PHOENIX

Picnic Companions

A TABLECLOTH-TURNED-PICNIC-BLANKET
Repurpose one of our printed and crochet-edged tablecloths as a perfect base for your picnic.
A VINTAGE PICNIC BASKET
The perfect vintage picnic basket is a true treasure to keep (and use) forever. Look on Etsy for some sweet options - we adore the ones with built in utensils and glasses for ultimate packing ease.
PASTIMES
A set of watercolors in case inspiration strikes, and a deck of cards or a backgammon set in case entertainment is needed.

PHOENIX DRESS

IMAGE CREDITS

{"Kynance" by John Brett (1888) // 35mm negative by Oskar Speck depicting a coastal landscape (1916) // Image from the pages of "Birds and Nature" (1903) // Image from page 202 of "The Butterfly Book"; a popular guide to a knowledge of the butterflies of North America (1914) // Yachting on the Gulf, Galveston, Tex. (1906) // Image from page 52 of "Views of Narragansett Pier" (1884) // Daisy Fields (1940s) // Image from page 202 of "The Shell Book" (1908) // Image from page 66 of "Coast Watch" (1979) // "Still Life with Peaches and Grapes" by John A. Woodside (1881) // "Herbarium sheet with Tulip" by Antonio Cremona Casoli (1640s)}

IMAGE CREDITS

{"Kynance" by John Brett (1888) // 35mm negative by Oskar Speck depicting a coastal landscape (1916) // Image from the pages of "Birds and Nature" (1903) // Image from page 202 of "The Butterfly Book"; a popular guide to a knowledge of the butterflies of North America (1914) // Yachting on the Gulf, Galveston, Tex. (1906) // Image from page 52 of "Views of Narragansett Pier" (1884) // Daisy Fields (1940s) // Image from page 202 of "The Shell Book" (1908) // Image from page 66 of "Coast Watch" (1979) // "Still Life with Peaches and Grapes" by John A. Woodside (1881) // "Herbarium sheet with Tulip" by Antonio Cremona Casoli (1640s)}

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