hmh heathermarie heaton category archive
the nytimes t mag gave a glowing review (people, it is time to retire the word hippie) and there’s a super nice feature in the new santa barbara magazine.
there’re practically 0 degrees of separation between ab and carrie and matt of denim revivalists imogene + willie. it’s an all around love fest. i too, covet the catherine jean and will be adding it to my denim pile post haste. here’s a little IG love. be sure to check their store when in nashville! a road trip is definitely planned for 2015.
ever thankful for good friends, family and fun times. xaShare
the year in pictures. thanks to you, everyw’air was everywhere and sac 1 sac 2 were partout. it was good. inspiring, encouraging, uplifting and good. and i thank you! in no particular order, a shout out to the people, places and enterprises that put the wonder in my wonderful: feal mor, bazar, platform experiment, chay, dream collective, moon juice, beautiful dreamers, priscillawoolworth.com, alder & co, beatrice valenzuela, garde, jess browne, storefrontLA/parachute market, echo park craft fair, kneeland mercado, pressSF, west coast craft, le feu de l’eau, velvet by graham & spencer, la HM, shelter social club. dpbm liberty fair drugstore, a love movement, tomboy style, keep it chic, jiggy loves, honestly wtf, busy being,keep feeling fascination,pure wow, miss moss,the radder.
peace, blessings and one love to all!
6 was nice. here comes(2+0+1+4) 7!Share
many moons ago, i was working on a commercial traveling throughout the washington state. the last leg of the journey took us to eastern washington, colfax/pullman area where i met heathermarie and the wonderful heaton family. we stayed in touch. she and her brothers are now the fourth generation wheat farmers and cattle ranchers, harvesting land originally homesteaded by their great-grandfather, working along side their parents, carmen and blake. in my book, that makes her the farmer’s daughter!
shortly after, she moved to LA where we became the bestest of friends, working as stylists, enjoying many epic road trips and adventures together. when heathermarie married and moved to mexico city (read all about my recent visit here and here,) she continued styling and designing, but she always returned home each summer with her family to participate in harvest and showing cattle – a tradition she continues with her sons.
several years ago, on one of her trips to the states, i noticed she was wearing some pretty awesome moccasins. she told me they were her modification of traditional styles found at her local market. a while later she sent me a pair of some traditional sandals she was ‘tweaking’.
i wore out both pairs. to. the. ground.
(above photos courtesy of HMH/jaime reynoso)